10th grade pacing guide by 0nPrMb8l

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									                                                       MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                               District Pacing Guide
English 2 – Grade 10                                                                                                                  Course Code: 100134001
                                                                  Year at a Glance 2011-2012
                                                                    Suggested Readings
                                                                  McDougal Littell Literature


         First Quarter                            Second Quarter                               Third Quarter                           Fourth Quarter
     August 22 – October 28                   October 31 – January 20                      January 24 – March 29                       April 2 – June 7
       Week 1 – Week 10                         Week 11 – Week 20                           Week 21 – Week 29                         Week 30 – Week 39

Suggested Core Textbook Readings:        Suggested Core Textbook Readings:           Suggested Core Textbook Readings:        Suggested Core Textbook Readings:
  “Harrison Bergeron” (Kurt                “Do not weep Maiden, for war is          “Doing Nothing is Something”             “A Chip of Glass Ruby” (Nadine
   Vonnegut, Jr.), p. 32                     kind” (Stephen Crane) , p. 442             (Anna Quindlen), p. 578                  Gordimer), p. 628
  “Everyday Use” (Alice Walker) , p.       “The Fish” ( Elizabeth Bishop), p.       “Abolishing the Penny Makes Good         “Marriage is a Private Affair”
   44                                        714; “Christmas Sparrow” ( Billy           Sense” p. 587                             (Chinua Achebe), p. 896
  “Searching for Summer” (Joan              Collins ), p. 716; “The Sloth”             “On Nuclear Disarmament” (Carl         “On the Rainy River”(Tim O’Brien),
   Aiken), p. 60                             (Theodore Roethke ), p. 718                Sagan), p. 592                           p. 908
  “The Race to Save Apollo 13”             “Piano” (D. H. Lawrence), p. 722;        “I Acknowledge Mine” (Jane               “The Crowning of Arthur” from Le
   (Michael Useem) , p. 112,                 “Fifteen” (William Stafford), p. 723;      Goodall) , p. 604                        Morte d’Arthur (Sir Thomas Mallory) ,
  “Shoofly Pie” (Naomi Shihab Nye),         “Tonight I Can Write…” (Pablo            “How Much Land Does a Man                 p. 1010
   p. 166                                    Neruda), p. 724                            Need?” (Leo Tolstoy), p. 644            “The Acts of Arthur and His Noble
  “Celebration of Grandfathers”            “Sonnet 18/Shall I Compare               “The Pit and the Pendulum” (Edgar         Knights” (John Steinbeck), p. 1032
   (Rudolfo Anaya), p. 222                   Thee…” (William Shakespeare), p.           Allan Poe), p. 770                      The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
  “Simply Grand: Generational Ties          728                                      “When I Heard the Learn’d                 (William Shakespeare), p. 1080
   Matter” (Megan Rutherford ), p. 230      “Two Friends” (Guy de                      Astronomer” (Walt Whitman), p. 792;     from Don Quixote (Miguel de
  “By the Waters of Babylon”                Maupassant), p. 406                        “The Artilleryman’s Vision” (Walt        Cervantes) , p. 1046
   (Stephen Vincent Benét) , p. 288         “from Tolerance” (E.M. Forster),           Whitman), p. 796
  “There Will Come Soft Rains” (Ray         p. 448                                   “Letter to His Mother” (Walt           Suggested Novel Study:
   Bradbury), p. 304                        “Letter to a Young Refugee from            Whitman), p. 798                      School approved title; OR
  “There Will Come Soft Rains” (Sara        another” ( Andrew Lam) /”Song of         “Only Daughter” (Sandra Cisneros),
   Teasdale), p. 696; “Meeting at            P’eng-ya” (TuFu), p. 454                   p. 814, “from Caramelo” (Sandra       Refer to the Teacher's Edition (FL12 -
   Night” (Robert Browning), p. 700;        “When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine”            Cisneros), p. 820                     FL33) for GREAT READS: Ideas for
   “The Sound of Night” (Maxine             (Jhumpa Lahiri), p. 420                  from Night (Elie Wiesel), p. 852       Independent Reading; OR
   Kumin), p. 701                           “Why Leaves Turn Color in the            from Farewell to Manzanar (Jeanne
  Antigone (Sophocles), p. 966              Fall” ( Diane Ackerman), p. 494            Wakatsuki Houston and James
                                            “Blowup: What Went Wrong at                                                      Visit NovelWise in the Literature and
                                                                                        Houston), p. 864
                                             Storm King Mountain” (Sebastian                                                  Reading Center at ClassZone.
Suggested Novel Study:
School approved title; OR                    Junger), p. 508                         Suggested Novel Study:
                                              “And of Clay Are We Created”          Night (Elie Wiesel); OR
Refer to the Teacher's Edition (FL12 -       (Isabel Allende) , p. 528
                                          “Girl Trapped in Water for 55             School approved title; OR

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                                                       MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
                                                               District Pacing Guide
English 2 – Grade 10                                                                                                      Course Code: 100134001
                                                                 Year at a Glance 2011-2012
                                                                   Suggested Readings
                                                                 McDougal Littell Literature


         First Quarter                           Second Quarter                            Third Quarter                   Fourth Quarter
     August 22 – October 28                  October 31 – January 20                   January 24 – March 29               April 2 – June 7
       Week 1 – Week 10                        Week 11 – Week 20                        Week 21 – Week 29                 Week 30 – Week 39
FL33) for GREAT READS: Ideas for           Hours” ( Julia Preston), p. 542
Independent Reading; OR                   “Peruvian Child” (Pat Mora) , p.      Refer to the Teacher's Edition (FL12 -
                                           546,                                  FL33) for GREAT READS: Ideas for
Visit NovelWise in the Literature and     “Lady Freedom Among Us” (Rita         Independent Reading; OR
Reading Center at ClassZone.               Dove), p. 550
                                                                                 Visit NovelWise in the Literature and
                                        Suggested Novel Study:
                                        School approved title; OR                Reading Center at ClassZone.


                                        Refer to the Teacher's Edition (FL12 -
                                        FL33) for GREAT READS: Ideas for
                                        Independent Reading; OR

                                        Visit NovelWise in the Literature and
                                        Reading Center at ClassZone




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