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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level          Guiding               Resources                                              Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations         Questions                 Textbook Resources
                Preferred                          Essential                 Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                         Elements                  Other Resources
Week 1          Activity #     02a, 02b, , 11a,    Can students apply    Activity 1: Reading (Ongoing)                          Ongoing activities begin and continue
Rules &         1              11e, 01a, 01b,      the rules and         Activity 2: Vocabulary (Ongoing)                       throughout the school year.
Procedures      2              01c, 01d, 25a,      procedures for the    Activity 3: Writing Prompts to Make Real-Life
(Writing        3              25b, 28, 29         classroom?            Connections and to Assess Understanding (Ongoing)
                               04a, 04e, 09d,                            Activity4: Grammar Mini-Lessons (Ongoing)
Samples)        4              10c, 13, 23b,
                               23c, 24d, 25a,                            Elements of Language
                               25b, 25c, 26a,                            Vocabulary Workshop (Level E)
                               26b, 26c, 26d,                            AR Books (Young Adult Literature)
                               26e, 26f, 26g,
                               27b, 27d, 28



Week 2          Activity #     02a, 02b, 02c,      Can students          Activity 5: Understanding the Elements of the Short
                5              02d, 04a, 09d,      identify story        Story                                                  Formative and summative assessments
Unit 1: Short   6              11a, 19d, 19c,      elements, such as     Activity 6: The Flashback and Its Effect               to include papers, presentations,
                               19f, 19g, 19h,      setting, character,                                                          projects, journals, learning logs,
Story
                                                                         McDougal Littell Literature                            quizzes, tests, and graphic organizers.
                               31c, 32c, 03c,      and plot in short
                               04c, 04e, 11c,      stories and analyze   Activity 5: Student journal notebooks, short stories
                               15a, 15b, 31c,      their influence on
                               34b, 35a, 36,       the story’s           Suggested Stories:
                               37c, 38a            effectiveness?                “The Most Dangerous Game” Richard
                                                                                  Connell
                                                                                 “Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket” Jack
                                                                                  Finney
                                                                                 “To Build a Fire” Jack London
                                                                                 “Leiningen vs. the Ants” Carl Stephenson

                                                                         Activity 6: Journal notebooks
                                                                         Flashback Demonstration Rubric BLM
                                                                         split-page notetaking (literacy strategy)
                                                                         Hollywood High (software)

                                                                         Suggested Stories:
                                                                                 “A Horseman in the Sky” Ambrose Bierce
                                                                                 “A Rose for Emily” William Faulkner
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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                  Resources                                                Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                    Textbook Resources
                Preferred                        Essential                    Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                       Elements                     Other Resources
                                                                                   “A Turn with the Sun” John Knowles
                                                                                   “Lullaby” Leslie Silko



Week 3          Activity #     02a, 04a, 11e,    Can students             Activity 7: Comparison of Character Composition
                7              15c, 18a, 18c,    compare and              Activity 8: Isn’t it Ironic: What Irony is and What it
Unit 1: Short   8              19b, 19d, 19e,    contrast characters      Isn’t
Story                          19f, 19g, 19h,    in short stories with
                               24d, 42c, 03a,    characters in real       Activity 7: Criteria for Character Comparison Chart
                               17a, 17b, 19c,    life?                    BLM
                               31c, 32c, 33b                              Writing Rubric ~ Louisiana Teacher’s Guide to
                                                 Can students             Statewide Assessment
                                                 explain ways in          (http://www.doe.state.la.us/lde/saa/1341.html)
                                                 which literary           Chart Paper (Graphic Organizer)
                                                 elements such as
                                                 symbolism, irony,        Activity 8: student journals
                                                 or theme are similar     “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette
                                                                          (www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/alanismorissette/ironic.html)
                                                 in use and               “Lamb to the Slaughter” Roald Dahl
                                                 effectiveness in two     Literary Analysis Peer Review Checklist BLM
                                                 short stories?           SPAWN (literacy strategy)

                                                                          McDougall Littell Literature (teacher selected text)

Week 4          Activity #     03a, 04a, 11e,    Can students             Activity 9: Interpretation of Figurative Language
                8 (cont.)      15c, 17a, 17b,    interpret the
Unit 1: Short   9              19c, 19d, 19e,    author’s use of          McDougall Littell Literature (teacher selected text)
                               19f, 19g, 19h,    literal and figurative   Vocabulary Card Example BLM
Story
                                                                          3” x 5” cards
                               31c, 32c, 33b,    language?
                               03h, 03i, 42c                              Suggested stories w/ imagery and figurative language:
                                                                                  “Appetizer” Robert Abel
                                                                                  “A Sound of Thunder” Ray Bradbury
                                                                                  Excerpt from A Match to the Heart Gretel
                                                                                   Ehrlich
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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                Resources                                                Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                  Textbook Resources
                Preferred                        Essential                  Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                       Elements                   Other Resources
                                                                                “To Da-duh, in Memoriam” Paule Marshall
                                                                                “Chee’s Daughter” Juanita Platero and
                                                                                 Siyowin Miller

Week 5          Activity #     03b, 04a, 11f,    Can students           Activity 10: Does That Symbol Work?
                10             12a, 35b, 11c,    explain ways in        Activity 11: Comparison of a Literary Element Across
Unit 1: Short   11             15c, 19c, 19d,    which literary         Two Short Stories
Story                          19e, 19f, 19g,    elements such as
                                                                        McDougall Littell Literature
                               19h, 20, 21b,     symbolism, irony,
                               23a, 23b, 23c     or theme are similar   Activity 10: sticky note pad, chalkboard or giant note
                                                 in use and             pad, short story selection
                                                 effectiveness in two   RAFT (literacy strategy)
                                                 short stories?
                                                                        Suggested short stories:
                                                                                “The Happy Man’s Shirt” Italo Calvino
                                                                                “The Lottery” Shirley Jackson
                                                                                “The Rocking Horse Winner” D.H.
                                                                                 Lawrence
                                                                                “Through the Tunnel” Doris Lessing
                                                                                “The Masque of the Red Death” Edgar Allan
                                                                                 Poe

                                                                        Activity 11: Graphic Organizers
                                                                        Comparison Essay Peer Review Checklist BLM
                                                                        Computer Access

                Activity #     02c, 04a, 09d,    Can students show      Activity 12: Tracing Theme
Week 6          12             11e, 11f, 13,     how story authors      Activity 13: Recurrent Themes
                13             14, 39b, 40b,     develop the same       Activity 14: Writing a Short Story
Unit 1: Short   14             02d, 03a, 03d,    (universal) theme,
Story                          04e, 08, 11c,     using a variety of
                               12a, 21b, 35b,    literary devices?      Activity 12: Computer w/ internet access
                               37a, 16b, 16c,                           Graphic Organizer
                               16e, 17d, 18c,    Can students plan
                               19a, 19c, 19d,    and create a story     Activity 13: Student Journals
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Unit and     Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding               Resources                                             Recommended Assessments
Time Frame   Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                 Textbook Resources
             Preferred                        Essential                 Teacher Edition Pages
             Activities                       Elements                  Other Resources
                            19e, 19f, 19g,    around short story    Expository Essay Peer Review Checklist BLM
                            19h, 23a, 23c     elements they
                                              generate themselves   Activity 14: Story starters
                                              (setting, main        Short Story Peer Review Checklist BLM
                                              character, and
                                              conflict)
                                              considering plot
                                              development,
                                              theme, and mood?
             Activity #     03g, 04b, 10a,    Can students          Activity 5: Responding to Persuasive Style and Tone   Formative and summative assessments
Week 7       5              11d, 11e, 15c,    identify the          Activity 6: Writing to Persuade                       to include papers, presentations,
Unit 2:      6              15d, 32b, 09a,    techniques an                                                               projects, journals, learning logs,
                            18b, 19b, 19d,    author uses to        McDougall Littell Literature                          quizzes, tests, and graphic organizers.
Nonfiction
                            19e, 19f, 19g,    persuade the reader   Activity 5: Persuasive essay selection
                            19h, 20, 22       and explain their     SPAWN (literacy strategy)
                                              effectiveness?
                                                                    Suggested reading:
                                              Can students                  “Now You Take Bambi or Snow White –
                                              compare the                    That’s Scary!” Stephen King
                                              organization,
                                              language, and tone    Activity 6: Persuasive essay selection,
                                              of a written          Persuasive Essay Peer Review BLM
                                                                    Learning logs (literacy strategy)
                                              nonfiction work
                                              with media genres
                                              on the same topic?


                                              Can students
                                              develop complex
                                              compositions using
                                              writing processes,
                                              including
                                              determining purpose
                                              and audience?
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Unit and          Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                 Resources                                               Recommended Assessments
Time Frame        Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                   Textbook Resources
                  Preferred                        Essential                   Teacher Edition Pages
                  Activities                       Elements                    Other Resources

Week 8            Activity #     03a, 04b, 09f,    Can students            Activity 7: Comparing Perspectives in Speeches
                  7              11a, 11c, 11d,    compare/contrast        Activity 8: A Memorable Event
Unit 2:           8              19d, 19e, 19f,    works of nonfiction
Nonfiction                       19g, 19h, 20,     with works by
                                                                           Activity 7: Teacher-selected recording and print copy
                                 21a, 39b, 40a,    authors with varied     of a famous speech, Internet access, MLA style
                                 40b, 44, 45c,     cultural                manuals, Characteristics of Effective Speeches BLM,
                                 10a, 17b, 17c,    perspectives?           Student Questions for Purposeful Learning (SQPL)
                                 32c, 38b, 42c
                                                                           Suggested online resources:
                                                                                   http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speechban
                                                                                    k.htm
                                                                                   http://www.historychannel.com/speeches/

                                                                           Library resources should also be made available.

                                                                           Activity 8: Writing Process Review
                                                                           Writing Rubric

Week 9            Activity #     10a, 17b, 17c,    Can students show       Activity 9: Autobiography and My Life
                  8 (cont.)      32c, 38b, 42c,    how experiences
Unit 2:           9              04b, 05, 09c,     described in            Activity 9: Autobiography selections
                                 11a, 11d, 12b,    multiple works          Graphic organizer
Nonfiction
                                 24d, 42c          relate to a real-life   Suggested Readings:
End of 1st Nine                                    experience of a                 Albom, Mitch. Tuesdays with Morrie.
Weeks                                              friend, family                  Angelou, Maya. I Know Why the Caged Bird
                                                   member, or                       Sings.
                                                   themselves?                     Bragg, Rick. All Over but the Shoutin’.
                                                                                   Hart, Elva Trevino. Barefoot Heart: Stories
                                                                                    of a Migrant Child.
                                                                                   Hawk, Tony. Hawk: Occupation,
                                                                                    Skateboarder.
                                                                                   Houston, Jeanne Wakatsuki. Farewell to
                                                                                    Manzanar.
                                                                                   Hurston, Zora Neale. Dust Tracks on a Dirt
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Unit and     Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                Resources                                                  Recommended Assessments
Time Frame   Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                  Textbook Resources
             Preferred                        Essential                  Teacher Edition Pages
             Activities                       Elements                   Other Resources
                                                                               Road.
                                                                              McCourt, Frank. Angela’s Ashes.

                                                                              O’Brien, Tim. If I Die in a Combat Zone,
                                                                               Box Me Up and Ship Me Home.
                                                                              Pelzer, David J. A Child Called “It:” One
                                                                               Child’s Courage to Survive.
                                                                              Rodriguez, Luis J. Always Running: La Vida
                                                                               Loca: Gang Days in L.A.
                                                                              Washington, Booker T. Up from Slavery.

                                                                     Website for shorter autobiographical reading (See
                                                                     page 34 of Comprehensive Curriculum.)
Week 10      Activity #     04b, 06, 11a,     Can students           Activity 10: Comparing Cultural Perspectives
             10             11c, 11e, 17a,    compare/contrast
Unit 2:                     17b, 17c, 17d,    works of nonfiction    Nonfiction essays or memoirs (2) w/ common theme
Nonfiction                  19c, 19d, 19e,    with works by          or conflict, Split page note-taking (literacy strategy),
                                                                     Peer Review Editing Guide
                            19f, 19g, 19h,    authors with varied
                            21a               cultural               McDougall Littell Literature
                                              perspectives?

Week 11      Activity #     01c, 04f, 11b,    Can students           Activity 11: Advertising in America: Consumers,
             11             12b, 15a, 15c,    evaluate an author’s   Beware!
Unit 2:                     15e, 31c, 34a,    pattern of
                            35c, 35d, 38b,    organization and       Activity 11: Sample advertisements
Nonfiction
                                                                     Teacher-created video clips of current television
                            38c               explain how the        advertisements, Video camera access (Group activity),
                                              organization           Evaluating Advertisements Rubric BLM
                                              contributes to the
                                              effectiveness of the
                                              work?

                                              Can students draw
                                              conclusions and
                                              make inferences
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Unit and     Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                Resources                                              Recommended Assessments
Time Frame   Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                  Textbook Resources
             Preferred                        Essential                  Teacher Edition Pages
             Activities                       Elements                   Other Resources
                                              about ideas and
                                              information in
                                              grade-appropriate
                                              texts in oral and
                                              written responses,
                                              including
                                              consumer/instructio
                                              nal materials?

Week 12      Activity #     04f, 04g, 11d,    Can students select    Activity 12: The Real World
             12             11e, 19a, 21a,    and evaluate           Activity 13: Writing Letters
Unit 2:      13             21c, 24b, 41,     relevant information
                            45c               from both print and    Activity 12: Consumer documents, instructional
Nonfiction
                                                                     materials or public documents, Internet access, MLA
                                              electronic texts in    style manuals or copies of MLA style guide
                                              order to plan and
                                              write effective        Suggested resources:
                                              research reports and           Termination of Executive Order 9066: An
                                              documented essays?              American Promise
                                                                             Executive Order 11246: Affirmative Action
                                                                             Brown vs. Board of Education: “Separate
                                                                              but equal has no place”
                                                                             Roe vs. Wade: “Personal privacy includes
                                                                              the abortion decision”
                                                                             Title IX: “No person in the United States
                                                                              shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded
                                                                             from… any education program”
                                                                             Schlosser, Eric. “What’s in the Meat?” Fast
                                                                              Food Nation, 2002.
                                                                             Friedman, Thomas. “The Quiet Crisis.” The
                                                                              World is Flat, 2005.

                                                                     Sites for resources:
                                                                               http://www.cdt.org/righttoknow/10mostwant
                                                                                ed/
                                                                                (10 Most Wanted Government Documents)
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Unit and         Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                 Resources                                               Recommended Assessments
Time Frame       Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                   Textbook Resources
                 Preferred                        Essential                   Teacher Edition Pages
                 Activities                       Elements                    Other Resources
                                                                                   http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/911comm.ht
                                                                                    ml
                                                                                    (The 911 Commission Report)
                                                                                   http://www.lsp.org/index.html (Louisiana
                                                                                    State Police site with consumer information
                                                                                    on insurance fraud, hurricane evacuation,
                                                                                    etc.)
                                                                                   http://www.usa.gov/ (United States
                                                                                    government site index for consumer
                                                                                    information)
                                                                                   http://www.pandemicflu.gov/ (Department
                                                                                    of Health and Human Services site with
                                                                                    U.S. government avian and pandemic flu
                                                                                    information)
                                                                                   http://www.ed.gov/nclb/landing.jhtml
                                                                                    (most current information on NCLB Act)

                                                                          Activity 13: Models of basic types of letters,
                                                                          computer access for word processing

                                                                          http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/pw
                                                                          (professional writing resources)
                                                                          http://writeexpress.com/cat.html
                                                                          “Letter-Writing Categories”
                                                                          http://www.thewritesource.com/models.htm
                                                                          (MLA style information)


Week 13          Activity #     04d, 09b, 11e,        Can students        Activity 5: First Things First                          Formative and summative assessments
                 5              32c, 38b, 40a,        analyze, in oral    Activity 6: Simile Search and Metaphor Madness          to include papers, presentations,
Unit 3: Poetry   6              40b                   and written                                                                 projects, journals, learning logs,
                                03b, 11c, 15b,        responses,          McDougall Littell Literature                            quizzes, tests, and graphic organizers.
                                23c, 31c, 34a,        distinctive         Activity 5: Literature examples (same content in
                                34b, 42c              elements,           poetry and prose format)                                Rubric for writing
                                                      including theme     http://www.britannica.com/eb/article?tocId=50837        http://teachology.com/web_tools/rubrics
                                                      and structure, of
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Unit and         Comprehensive Grade Level         Guiding                  Resources                                                  Recommended Assessments
Time Frame       Curriculum    Expectations        Questions                    Textbook Resources
                 Preferred                         Essential                    Teacher Edition Pages
                 Activities                        Elements                     Other Resources
                                                       literary forms and                                                              /project/
                                                       types, including     “Introduction to Poetry” Billy Collins
                                                       lyric, narrative,    http://www.loc.gov/poetry/180/001.html
                                                       and dramatic
                                                                            Learning log (literacy strategy)
                                                       poetry?
                                                                            Activity 6: Evaluating Self-Metaphor Presentation
                                                                            BLM, student notebook, means for presentations

Week 14          Activity #     03a, 22, 04d,      Can students             Activity 7: Everyone is a Poet: Imagery Partners
                 7              09b, 11f, 13,      identify how the         Activity 8: First Impressions
Unit 3: Poetry   8              14, 31c            poet’s work reveals
                                                   his/her attitude and     Activity 7: McDougall Littell Literature
                                                                            Poetry (Imagery)
                                                   his/her perception       Imagery Critique BLM
                                                   of life?
                                                                            Activity 8: Poems by contemporary poet
                                                                            RAFT (literacy strategy)
                                                                            Student response journals

                                                                            Contemporary Poets

                                                                            Billy Collins                  Jim Hall
                                                                            Jimmy Santiago Baca             Maxine Kumin
                                                                            Donald Justice                  Anne Sexton
                                                                            Sharon Olds                     Julia Alvarez
                                                                            Naomi Nye                      Rita Dove
                                                                            Julie Kane                     Suji Kwock Kim
                                                                            Mitsuye Yamada                 Louise Glück
                                                                            Maya Angelou

Week 15          Activity #     11a, 37b, 37c,     Can students             Activity 9: Searching Other Media Sources                  Rubric for writing
                 9              40c, 42d, 45c,     analyze media            Activity 10: Universal Theme                               http://teachology.com/web_tools/rubrics
Unit 3: Poetry   10             03g, 04d, 06,      information and                                                                     /project/
                                08, 09b, 11c,      evaluate the             Activity 9: Access to technological and library
                                                                            resources, contemporary poet list (activity 8), literary   SEE PAGE 50 OF COMPREHENSIVE
                                13, 17a, 17b,      messages for clarity,    criticism, MLA style guide                                 CURRICULUM FOR RUBRIC GUIDE
                                19b, 19e, 19f,     quality,
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Unit and         Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding             Resources                                               Recommended Assessments
Time Frame       Curriculum    Expectations       Questions               Textbook Resources
                 Preferred                        Essential               Teacher Edition Pages
                 Activities                       Elements                Other Resources
                                19g, 21b, 24d     effectiveness,
                                                  motive, and         Activity 10: Universal Theme Essay Peer Review
                                                  coherence?          Poems by authors from different cultural backgrounds
                                                                      (Suggested: “The Road Not Taken” Robert Frost and
                                                                      “Choices” Nikki Giovanni)
                                                  Can students
                                                  compare the         McDougall Littell Literature (teacher-selected poems)
                                                  effectiveness of
                                                  complex literary
                                                  elements in two
                                                  poems by authors
                                                  from different
                                                  cultures?

                                                  Can students
                                                  compare how
                                                  authors from the
                                                  same time period
                                                  treat a similar
                                                  theme?

Week 16          Activity #     03b, 04d, 11c,    Can students        Activity 11: Color Symbolism
                 11             31c, 35b, 38a,    compare symbolism   Activity 12: Writing with Symbolism
Unit 3: Poetry   12             38c               used in poetry to
                                03b, 22, 23c      symbolism used in   McDougall Littell Literature (teacher-selected poems)
                                                  other genres?       Activity 11: Poems (color symbolism)
                                                                      Response journals
                                                                      Evaluation Checklist BLM

                                                                      Activity 12: Pen, paper

                                                                      Poem examples (Writing with Symbolism)
                                                                             “Late Rising” Jacques Prevert
                                                                             “Hope is the thing with feathers” Emily
                                                                              Dickinson
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Unit and         Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding               Resources                                                  Recommended Assessments
Time Frame       Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                 Textbook Resources
                 Preferred                        Essential                 Teacher Edition Pages
                 Activities                       Elements                  Other Resources
                                                                                 “Grape Sherbet” Rita Dove
                                                                                 “Books” Billy Collins
                                                                                 “We Wear the Mask” Paul Laurence Dunbar
                                                                                 “The Black Snake” Mary Oliver


Week 17          Activity #     02c, 03a, 03b,    Can students          Activity 13: A Study of Literary Devices and               Rubric for writing
                 13             03g, 03h, 03i,    compare the           Elements Across Genres                                     http://teachology.com/web_tools/rubrics
Unit 3: Poetry                  04d, 11c, 42c     effectiveness of                                                                 /project/
                                                  complex literary      McDougall Littell Literature (student or teacher-
                                                                        selected poems)
Secondary                                         elements across       Evaluating Literacy Device Presentation BLM
Finals                                            genres?               Question the author (QtA) (literacy strategy)
                                                                        Presentation Supplies (access to computer, etc.)

Week 18          Secondary
                 Finals



                 Activity #     02d, 03g, 04c,    Can students          Activity 5: Opening Day: Setting the Stage &               Formative and summative assessments
Week 19          5              07, 13            identify ways a       Looking at Politics                                        to include papers, presentations,
                 6              02a, 04c, 11f,    dramatist’s work      Activity 6: Analyzing the Characters and Making            projects, journals, learning logs,
                                15b, 15c, 16b,    reflects his or her   Predictions                                                quizzes, tests, and graphic organizers.
Unit 4: Drama
                                17a, 17b, 17c,    experiences and       McDougall Littell Literature
                                17d, 19c, 19d,    view of life?
                                19e, 19f, 19g,                          Activity 5: learning logs, notebooks, internet access
                                35b                                     for research, five act play

                                                                        Sites for interactive introduction to Ancient Greece
                                                                        and Rome:
                                                                        http://trackstar.4teachers.org/trackstar/ (Track #60429)
                                                                        http://www.pbs.org/teachers/search/results.html?q=ro
                                                                        man+empire&x=19&y=6
                                                                        http://www.pbs.org/teachers/search/results.html?q=anc
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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                Resources                                             Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                  Textbook Resources
                Preferred                        Essential                  Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                       Elements                   Other Resources
                                                                        ient+greece
                                                                        http://members.aol.com/Donnclass/Romelife.html

                                                                        Activity 6: Five-act play, learning logs, notebook,
                                                                        Character Analysis Essay Peer Review BLM, split-
                                                                        page note taking b(literacy strategy)

Week 20         Activity #     02a, 02b, 03g,    Can students           Activity 7: Analyzing and Summarizing
                7              09c, 11a, 11d,    analyze the
Unit 4: Drama                  12a, 15a, 15c,    development of         McDougall Littell Literature
                               31c, 32b, 32c     story elements,
                                                                        Five-act play, overhead (SmartBoard), GISTing
                                                 including              (literacy strategy)
                                                 characterization,
                                                 plot, setting, tone,
                                                 and word choice?

Week 21         Activity #     02a, 02b, 02c,    Can students draw      Activity 8: Acting Out and Analyzing Dialogue         Rubric for writing
                8              04c, 31a, 32a,    conclusions and        Activity 9: Figurative Language is Everywhere!        http://teachology.com/web_tools/rubrics
Unit 4: Drama   9              32b, 34a, 35c,    make inferences                                                              /project/
                               38a, 38c, 03a,    about ideas in text    McDougall Littell Literature                          http://teachnology.com/web_tools/rubri
                                                                                                                              cs/presentation/
                               03b, 03h, 03i,    orally and in          Activity 8: Five-act play, learning logs
                               11c, 12a)         writing?
                                                                        Activity 9: Five-act play, materials for creating a
                                                 Can students           visual aid, Figurative Language/Literary Device
                                                 analyze the            Presentation BLM
                                                 development of
                                                 story elements,
                                                 including
                                                 characterization?

                                                 Can students
                                                 compare and
                                                 contrast the
                                                 dramatist’s use of a
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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                 Resources                                                  Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                   Textbook Resources
                Preferred                        Essential                   Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                       Elements                    Other Resources
                                                 selected literary
                                                 element, technique,
                                                 or device with a
                                                 similar one in other
                                                 literary forms?

Week 22         Activity #     02c, 04c, 08,     Can students            Activity 10: Follow the Theme
                10             09c, 11c, 17a,    compare the             Activity 11: Checking Out the Critics
Unit 4: Drama   11             17b, 19c, 19d,    development of
                               19e, 19f, 19g,    theme in a play and     McDougall Littell Literature
                               19h, 21a, 21b,    a prose work?           Activity 10: Five-act play, learning logs, graphic
                               24d, 42c                                  organizer, State Writing Assessment Rubric BLM
                               11a, 38b, 39a,
                               39b, 40a, 40b,                            Activity 11: Internet access for research, Questioning
                               42b, 45c                                  the Author (QtA ) (literacy strategy), GISTing (literacy
                                                                         strategy), MLA guide

Week 23         Activity #     04b, 11a, 19c,    Can students            Activity 12: Integrating Direct Quotations into Text
                12             19d, 19e, 19f,    effectively integrate
Unit 4: Drama                  19g, 19h, 20,     quotations into text    Internet access for research, Research Essay Peer
                               27b, 45b, 45c     and document            Review BLM
                                                 sources in correct
                                                 bibliographic
                                                 format?
Week 24         Activity #     02b, 02c, 02d,    Can students            Activity 5: More Than a Place: The Effect of the           Formative and summative assessments
                5              04a, 15a, 19c,    analyze the             Setting                                                    to include papers, presentations,
Unit 5: Novel                  19d, 19g          development of                                                                     projects, journals, learning logs,
                                                 story elements,                                                                    quizzes, tests, and graphic organizers.
                                                                         Young adult novel choices, Setting Graphic Organizer
                                                 including setting       BLM, learning logs
                                                 and the author’s use
                                                 of setting to develop
                                                 the mood and tone
                                                 to develop plot
                                                 and/or theme?
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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level         Guiding                 Resources                                                 Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations        Questions                   Textbook Resources
                Preferred                         Essential                   Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                        Elements                    Other Resources

                                                  Can students
                                                  develop complex
                                                  compositions using
                                                  the writing process?

Week 25         Activity #     02b, 03e, 03f,     Can students            Activity 6: Comparing Across Genres and Life
                6              03g, 04a, 11c,     compare basic
Unit 5: Novel                  16c, 16e, 19c,     literary elements       Short story selection (previous units), young adult
                               19d, 19e, 19f,     across genres and       novels (previous study), graphic presentation supplies,
                                                                          State Writing Assessment Rubric BLM, learning logs
                               19g, 21b, 24d,     infer connections to
                               25b, 25c, 26b,     real-life situations?
                               26g, 38a, 38c
                                                  Can students
                                                  compare basic
                                                  literary elements
                                                  across genres and
                                                  infer connections to
                                                  real-life situations?

Week 26         Activity #      02a, 11c, 12b,    Can students            Activity 7: Viewing the Character as a Reflection of
                7              12c, 13, 40b,      analyze the basic       the Author
Unit 5: Novel                  41, 42a, 42c       elements of two
                                                  works by the same       Two works by same author (short story/novel),
                                                                          comparison graphic organizer, Internet access,
                                                  author and              process guide (literacy strategy)
                                                  determine how they
                                                  reflect the author’s
                                                  life, historical
                                                  perspective, and
                                                  purpose?

Week 27         Activity #     10c, 18a, 18c,     Can students            Activity 8: Research Project on a Novel and Novelist
                8              43a, 43b, 43c,     analyze the basic
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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level         Guiding                 Resources                                                Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations        Questions                   Textbook Resources
                Preferred                         Essential                   Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                        Elements                    Other Resources
Unit 5: Novel                  43d, 44. 45b,      elements of two         Access to Internet and library resources for research,
                               45c                works by the same       MLA style guide, Research Essay Peer Review BLM
                                                  author and
                                                  determine how they
                                                  reflect the author’s
                                                  life, historical
                                                  perspective, and
                                                  purpose?
                                                  Can students write a
                                                  research report that
                                                  integrates
                                                  quotations and
                                                  citations from
                                                  literature sources
                                                  using a specified
                                                  style guide such as
                                                  the MLA Guide?


Week 28         Activity #     11c, 19b, 19d,     Can students            Activity 9: Comparison of Symbolism Across Genres
                9              19e, 19f, 19g,     critique the author’s
Unit 5: Novel                  20, 21b, 23a,      use of complex          Short story selections (previous readings)
                               23b, 23c           literary devices        Novels read for AR for comparison
                                                                          State Writing-Assessment Rubric BLM
                                                  (such as symbolism)
                                                  and analyze their
                                                  effectiveness?

                                                  Can students
                                                  develop complex
                                                  compositions using
                                                  the writing process?

Week 29         Activity #     04a, 04e, 15a,     Can students            Activity 10: Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Movie
                10             15b, 15c, 17a,     evaluate the            Interpretation of a Novel
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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                  Resources                                              Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                    Textbook Resources
                Preferred                        Essential                    Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                       Elements                     Other Resources
Unit 5: Novel                  17c, 18d, 26e,    effectiveness of a
                               37a, 37b          different                Movie version of novel studied in class
                                                 interpretation (e.g.,    Persuasive Essay Peer Review BLM
                                                 film) of a written       State-Writing Assessment Rubric BLM
                                                 work and support         Teacher-developed rubric (http://www.teach-
                                                 their conclusion?        nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/persuade)

                                                 Can students
                                                 develop complex
                                                 compositions using
                                                 the writing process?

Week 30         Activity #     02d, 03g, 18a,    Do students              Activity 5: Memoir Writing – Who am I and What         Formative and summative assessments
                5              18b, 18c, 18d,    understand and           Has Made Me Who I Am?                                  to include papers, presentations,
Unit 6:                        19c, 19d, 19e,    appreciate the value                                                            projects, journals, learning logs,
Writing About                  19f, 19g, 19h,    of reading and           McDougall Littell Literature (teacher-selected text)   quizzes, tests, and graphic organizers.
Ourselves                      23b, 23c, 25c     writing memoirs?         Memoir Writing Peer Review Checklist BLM

                                                 Can students             Some suggested memoir readings:
                                                 identify and correct            “A Child’s Christmas in Wales,” Dylan
                                                 their own style                  Thomas
                                                 errors in their                 “By Any Other Name,” Santha Rama Rau
                                                 personal writing,               “Living Well, Living Good,” Maya Angelou
                                                 particularly those              “A Swimming Lesson,” Jewelle Gomez
                                                 related to clarity and          Travels with Charley, John Steinbeck
                                                 conciseness?                    Kaffir Boy, Mark Mathabane
                                                                                 Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne Wakatsuki
                                                                                  Houston

Week 31         Activity #     03g, 04b, 19e,    Can students             Activity 6: Reading Creative Nonfiction
                6              11e, 13,          identify and correct     Activity 7: Writing Creative Nonfiction
Unit 6:         7              17c, 18a, 18b,    their own style
                               18c, 18d, 19c,    errors in their          McDougall Littell Literature (teacher-selected text)
Writing About
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Unit and     Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                  Resources                                                Recommended Assessments
Time Frame   Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                    Textbook Resources
             Preferred                        Essential                    Teacher Edition Pages
             Activities                       Elements                     Other Resources
Ourselves                   19d, 19e, 19f,    personal writing,        Activity 6: Learning logs, Characteristics of Creative
                            19g, 19h, 23b,    particularly those       Nonfiction Handout BLM, creative nonfiction
                            23c, 25c          related to clarity and   readings, SQPL (literacy strategy)
                                              conciseness?
                                                                       Additional resources:
                                                                       http://www.creativenonfiction.org/
                                              Can students select      http://www.class.uidaho.edu/druker/nonfic.html
                                              vocabulary and
                                              phrasing that reflect    Some suggested creative nonfiction titles:
                                              their own voice in
                                              writing?                          “Once More to the Lake,” E. B. White
                                                                                 http://www.moonstar.com/~acpjr/Blackboar
                                                                                 d/Common/Essays/OnceLake.html
                                                                                Death of a Moth,” Virginia Woolf
                                                                                 http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/w/woolf/virgin
                                                                                 ia/w91d/chap2.html
                                                                                “Death of a Moth,” Annie Dillard
                                                                                 http://poetryparsnip.blogspot.com/2003_05_
                                                                                 01_archive.html
                                                                                “Curvature,” Michelle Richmond
                                                                                 http://www.creativenonfiction.org/brevity/A
                                                                                 rchives/brev5/richmond.htm

                                                                       excerpts from :
                                                                                Louisiana in Words, Joshua Clark (editor)
                                                                                I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya
                                                                                 Angelou Friday Night Lights, H. G. “Buzz”
                                                                                 Bissinger
                                                                                In Cold Blood, Truman Capote
                                                                                Hiroshima, John Hersey
                                                                                There Are No Children Here, Alex
                                                                                 Kotlowitz
                                                                                And the Band Played On, Randy Shilts
                                                                                The Hunger of Memory, Richard Rodriguez
                                                                                The Right Stuff, Tom Wolfe
                                                                                Seabiscuit: An American Legend, Laura
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Unit and     Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                  Resources                                             Recommended Assessments
Time Frame   Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                    Textbook Resources
             Preferred                        Essential                    Teacher Edition Pages
             Activities                       Elements                     Other Resources
                                                                       Activity 7: Learning logs, creative nonfiction
                                                                       readings, Creative Nonfiction Essay Peer Review
                                                                       Checklist BLM


Week 32      Activity #     31c, 32b, 32c,    Can students use         Activity 8: Perspectives: What is Beautiful?
             8              35a, 35d          select language
                                              appropriate to           Student journals, learning logs,
                                              specific purposes
                                                                       Blackline mastets for analysis and survey:
                                              and audiences and        http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/educators/lessonplan
                                              listen to detailed       s/pdf/bridges.features.a.pdf
                                              instructions and         http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/educators/lessonplan
                                              presentations to         s/pdf/bridges.features.b.pdf
                                              carry out complex
                                              procedures?

Week 33      EOC TESTING



Week 34      EOC TESTING


Week 35      Activity #     04b, 04e, 19a,    Can students             Activity 9: Writing for Social Change: Action
             9              19b, 19c, 19d,    evaluate a text (print   Research
                            39a, 39b, 40a,    and nonprint) for
                            40b, 40c, 41,     reliability, accuracy,   Movie clip or excerpt from text about “writing for
                                                                       social change,” journals, Graphic Organizer Example
                            43a, 43b, 43d,    and objectivity?         BLM, computer and Internet access
                            44, 45b, 45c,
                            45d               Can students             Suggested resources for teachers: Writing for a
                                              analyze the              Change: Boosting Literacy and Learning through
                                              problems associated      Social Action, NWP publication, 2006
                                              with a social issue
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Unit and        Comprehensive Grade Level        Guiding                  Resources                                             Recommended Assessments
Time Frame      Curriculum    Expectations       Questions                    Textbook Resources
                Preferred                        Essential                    Teacher Edition Pages
                Activities                       Elements                     Other Resources
                                                 and write                For teachers & students:
                                                 reflectively about                Freedom Writers, Erin Gruell
                                                 possible solutions?               Be the Change, Zach Hunter
                                                                                   1 Dead in Attic Chris Rose
                                                                                   Fast Food Nation, Eric Schlosser
                                                                                   Paper Clips
                                                                                    http://www.paperclipsmovie.com/synopsis.p
                                                                                    hp

Week 36         Activity #     04b, 04e, 19a,    Can students             Activity 10: Writing for Social Change: Project
                10             19b, 19c, 19d,    identify and correct     Report
Unit 6:                        39a, 39b, 40a,    their own style
                               40b, 40c, 41,     errors in their          Access to computers with Internet for research, MLA
Writing About
                                                                          style guides, Project Report Peer Review Checklist
Ourselves                      43a, 43b, 43d,    personal writing,        BLM
                               44, 45b, 45c,     particularly those
                               45d               related to clarity and
                                                 conciseness?

                                                 Can students select
                                                 vocabulary and
                                                 phrasing that reflect
                                                 their own voice in
                                                 writing?


Week 37         SECONDARY
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