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					                        Curriculum Map 12th Grade College Prep English Lit/Comp
                              August                                    September
               How have historical events shaped our  How can we synthesis multiple sources
                language?                                 and viewpoints in research?
               Why were we an oral culture before       Why is documentation so detail
                we were considered literate?              oriented?
               What was Anglo-Saxon culture like?       What is the importance of learning
               How does Anglo-Saxon culture              Modern Language Association (MLA)
                compare and contrast with our             guidelines?
                contemporary culture?                    How do we avoid plagiarism?
Questions
Essential




               What is a hero?                          Why is plagiarism wrong?
               What is the Anglo-Saxon hero and         Why is bibliographic information
                how does it reflect social expectations   critical to the reader?
                and needs?
               What are the characteristics of the
                epic?
               What poetic devices did Anglo-Saxon
                poets use?
               What was the impact of conversion to
                Christianity on Anglo-Saxon poetry
                and culture?
                 Reading Comprehension and              MLA format
                    Listening Strategies                 Research skills
                 Literary terminology                               choose approved topics
                 Historical background                              provide “paper trail”
                 Effective reflective writing                       use standard manuscript
Content




                                                                        form
                                                                     write and revise first
                                                                        article drafts
                                                                     write formal drafts
                  Identify and apply literary terms      Formulates clear research questions
                        kennings                          and utilizes appropriate research
                        alliteration                      venues (library, electronic media, etc.)
                        caesura                           to local and incorporate evidence from
                        elegiac poetry                    primary and secondary sources
                        wyrd                             Uses supporting evidence from
                        scops                             multiple sources to develop the main
                        oral tradition                    ideas
                                                          Synthesizes information from multiple
                        archetype
                                                           sources and identifies different
                        epic
                                                           perspectives found in a variety of
                        epic hero                         media
Skills




                        characters                       Integrates quotations and citations into
                        theme                             a written text while maintaining the
                        point of view                     flow of ideas
                        imagery and symbolism            Uses appropriate conventions for
                        diction                           documentation in the text, notes, and
                                                           bibliographies by adhering to those in
              Analyze the influence of mythic,            style manuals.
               traditional, or classical literature on    Designs and publishes documents
               British literature as a universal theme
              Support ideas with textual support
              Evaluate the effectiveness of the
               author

              Summative                                  Summative
              Authentic performance task in the          Authentic performance task in the
Assessment




               creation of an Anglo-Saxon                  creation of an Anglo-Saxon newspaper
               newspaper                                  Observations and reflections
              Quizzes, tests, observations, and          Check points of progress
               reflections
              Small and large group work samples




                                Curriculum Map 12th CP English Lit/Comp
               October                                       November
                What was Medieval life/culture like?
                How do Anglo-Saxon heroes, Arthurian
                  heroes, and knights compare and contrast?
                Why do authors use framework structure?
                Why is The Canterbury Tales important?
Questions
Essential




                What do we learn about medieval culture
                  through Chaucer’s pilgrims?
                What is a medieval romance?
                Why is King Arthur so popular today?
                What makes songs popular?
                What are the characteristics of a ballad?
                  (What makes a ballad a ballad?)
              Reading and listening strategies
              Identify and apply literary terms:
                    Frame
                    Prologue
                    Dialect
                    Romance
                    Courtly love
                    Chivalry
                    Refrain
                    Characters
Content




                    Point of view
                    Imagery and symbolism
                    Diction
                    Theme

              Analyzes and compares texts that express
               universal themes characteristic of British
               literature across time and genre and provides
               support from the texts for the identified
               themes



              Analyze the influence of mythic, traditional,
               or classical literature on British literature as a
               universal theme
              Support ideas with textual support
Skills




              Evaluate the effectiveness of the author




              Summative
              Authentic performance in comparing and
               contrasting Anglo-Saxon and Medieval
Assessment




               literature
              PowerPoint of Medieval topics
              Create contemporary characters sketches
               emulating Chaucer
              Quizzes, tests, and observations
              Small and large group work samples