Grade 12--unit 8: The Twentieth Century and Beyond lpss – Summer 2009



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Grade 12--Unit 8: The Twentieth Century and Beyond LPSS – Summer 2009



Elements of Literature



Black Line Masters


Holt Elements of Language



Reader’s Handbook


Supplementary Materials

1 Ongoing Independent Reading

Resources for Teaching Advanced Students: Reading Instruction for the Advanced Classroom, 3-6; Reading Log Copymaster, 12; Metacognitive Strategies, 16-19

Daily Language Activities: Critical Reading Section, 24 transparencies

Workshop Resources—Writing, Listening, and Speaking: Presenting a Literary Response, 44-49

See Blackboard, “Reading: SSR” for BLMs of reading logs and other SSR documents

Skills Index, 1



Reading Skills and Strategies, 15-16

Reading Process, 588-589

Reading Log, 1033
Transparencies: Your Reading Process, 1-4


Reading Process,

36-43


Reading Actively, 49-52


http://www.angelfire.com/ok/freshenglish/bookreportideas.html “91 Ways to Respond Literature”
Gallagher, Kelly. Deeper Reading. (Stenhouse, 2004). An incredible resource for reading strategies
Pilgreen, Janice L. The SSR Handbook: How to Organize and Manage a Sustained Silent Reading Program. (Boyton/Cook, 2000).


2 Ongoing Vocabulary Study

Daily Language Activities: Vocabulary Section, 50 transparencies; Analogy Section, 25 transparencies

Vocabulary Development: Activity #10, 53; Activity #13, 37
Powernotes: Handbook to Literary Terms, 138 slides

Resources for Teaching Advanced Students: “Handbook of Literary Concepts, ” 251-262; “Handbook of Rhetorical Concepts,” 263-265; “Word Banks,” 270


Vocabulary Chart, 71


Vocabulary Strategies, 600, 639, 681,724,768, 816, 873, 915, 959, 960, 963,1039-1048,1077-1078, 1117

Word Choice, 639, 724, 1117

Related Word Forms, 1043-1046

Analogous Statements, 916, 960, 963, 1040, 1077-1078


Holt Professional Learning for Language Arts: Effective Vocabulary Instruction

Six Traits: Word Choice, 11-13, 104-105
Word Sharp: Context Clues: Synonym, Antonym, Contrast, Comparison, Example, Restatement; Word Structure: Prefixes, Latin Roots, Greek and Anglo-Saxon Roots, Suffixes
Vocabulary Workshop: Making New Words Your Own,1ff.; Connecting New Words and Patterns, 123ff.; Reading New Words in Context, 141ff.; Vocabulary Words, 233-234


Improving Vocabulary: 659

Word Families: 676

Word Roots: 762


http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=20 “Using a Word Journal to Create a Personal Dictionary”
http://www.readwritethink.org/lesson_images/lesson20/powerpoint.pdf link to handout on Powerpoint from above lesson



3 Ongoing Writing Prompts

Powernotes: Collection 7, “Quickwrites, 25 slides





Writing Strategies & Applications, 17-18.

Informal Writing to Learn: Reading Logs, 1033; Prewriting Techniques, 1111-1114; Types, 1072. Formal Writing to Learn: Research Report, 629, 818-856; Comparison / Contrast , 683-704; Causal Analysis, 726-746.


Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners, Ch. 21, 23, 24

Writing Notes DVD

Think as a Writer: Interactive Writing Worktext, Ch. 21, 23, 24


Connect to Reading: 41

http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=902 “Draft letters,” for students to think critically about major writing assignments. Students write letters of reflection to share with a peer before completing the final draft.


4 Ongoing Grammar Study

Daily Language Activities: Proofreading Warmups Section, 27 transparencies; Sentence Combining Section, 15 transparencies

Resources for Teaching Advanced Students: “Handbook of Grammatical Concepts, ” 266-269

Powernotes: Collection 7, Proofreading Warmups, 15 slides



Elements of Grammar and Style, 2-3


Grammar, 48-149

Usage, 150-339, 472-495

Mechanics, 340-471, 496-507

Commas, 379-399, 403, 412-413, 1126

Diction, 616-617, 658, 890, 935

Quotation Marks, 373, 411-417, 786-788, 842, 851-854, 1139

Parallel Structure, 518-521, 703, 1137

Passive/Active Voice, 257-269, 978-979

Sentence Clarity, 510-529

Sentence Combining, 530-543

Style, 544-555, 742-743
Grammar Notes DVD, Lesson 11 (passive/active voice), Lesson 30 (strong verbs)

Holt Professional Learning for Language Arts: Teaching Grammar in Context

Transparencies: Proofreading Warmups, Sentence Combining

Six Traits: Sentence Fluency, 14, 106-112; Conventions, 17,113-118

Thinking as a Writer: Interactive Grammar Worktext: Sections 1, 2, 3

Grammar, Usage, Mechanics:

Language Skills Practice, Ch. 1-14, 16

Developmental Language Skills: Ch. 1-14, 16

Preparing for the SAT and ACT





http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=1091 “Analyzing Grammar Pet Peeves”

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/677/01/

Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab)



http://content1.docstoc.com/flash/Using%20Quotations.swf Flash-based overview of quotations

http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=248 “Manipulating Sentences to Reinforce Grammar”

http://www.actstudent.org/sampletest/index.html ACT practice


5 The Modernist and Post-Modernist Movements

TE: “The Modern World: A Remarkable Diversity,” 1016-1037



Holt Reader: “The Modern World,” 237

Holt Adapted Reader: “The Modern World,” 132

Holt Reading Solutions: “The Modern World,” 384; Lesson Plan 159

Powernotes, Collection 7, Historical Introduction; Audio/Video “A Remarkable Diversity”


Expository Research Report Rubric, 72;

Modernist and Post-Modernist Characteristics, 73



Historical Research , 629

Literary Research, 818—856

Film Research, 856-861

Library, Media Center, Internet, 970, 1018-1028, 1104

Evaluating Informational Speeches, 749-752
Writing and Research in a Digital Age DVD, 15 lessons
Think as a Writer: Interactive Writing Worktext, Ch. 26
Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners, Ch. 26
Writing Notes DVD: Report of Historical Research





www.ncsu.edu/midlink/rub.senst.htm a rubric possibility for multimedia presentations http://Rubistar.4teachers.org

http://pblchecklist.4teachers.org

two websites for designing original rubrics





6 Looking Closely at a Modernist Novel

TE: Strategies for Taking Writing Tests, 1404-1409



Resources for Teaching Advanced Students: Strategies for Timed Writing, 45-51; Guidelines for Teaching Novels, 9-12



Modern Novel Project, 74;

Split-Page Notetaking, 7;

Developing a Thesis, 76;

Timed Writing Rubric, 77;

Contrary Exercise, 78;

Individual and Group Presentation Grade Sheet, 79;

Timed Writing Revision, 80;

Literary Analysis Rubric, 9




Literary Analysis, 755-802

Reading Log, 108, 1033

Writing to Learn, 1072

Prewriting Techniques, 1111-1114


Writing Notes DVD: Exposition: Analysis of a Novel
Six Traits for Writing, How to Read and Analyze Writing Prompt, 63
Writing and Research in a Digital Age DVD: 15 lessons
Professional Learning for Language Arts DVD: Teaching Narrative and Expository Texts; Using Literature Circles





http://www.novelguides.com
Lord of the Flies

Portrait of the Artist

The Time Machine

1984

Brave New World

Heart of Darkness

A Passage to India

To the Lighthouse



7 Modern and Post-Modern Poetry

TE: Modern Poetry— “The Second Coming,” 1164

“When You Are Old,” 553

“The Hollow Men,” 1046-1048

The War Poets (see Act. #8)

Post-Modern Poetry

“Fern Hill,” 1271-1273

“Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night,” 1274

“Musee des Beaux Arts,” 1264
Resources for Teaching Advanced Students: “The Hollow Men,” 199; “The Second Coming,” 208; “Fern Hill,” 214
Powernotes: Collection 7, Quickwrites slides 9-11 Yeats poems; slide 18 “Musee”; slide 20 “Fern Hill”; slide 21 “Do Not Go”

Powernotes: Collection 7, “Fern Hill” (focus on lyric)


Modernism and Post-Modernism Chart, 81;

Period Poetry Analysis Rubric, 82



Graphic Organizers, 1035

Comparison/Contrast Essay, 683-694


Transparencies: Reading, Writing, Revising: Comparison/Contrast, 16-18


Reading Poetry, 386ff.

www.bartleby.com/198/1.html for

“The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock



www.bartleby.com/201/1.html for “The Wasteland”

www.bartleby.com/323/228.html for “A Channel Passage”

www.pitt.edu/~pugachev/greatwar/owen.html for Owen Parable

http://www.bartleby.com/198/1.html “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”

http://www.bartleby.com/198/3.html “Preludes”

http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/hawk-roosting/ “Hawk Roosting”

http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-mower/ “The Mower”

http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-whitsun-weddings/ “The Whitsun Wedding,”

http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-force-that-through-the-green-fuse-drives-the/ “The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower”

http://teachers.net/lessons/posts/3076.html end-of-the-year lesson for “What I Expected”

http://www.literaryhistory.com/index.htm Scholarly articles on modern poets

http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=695 “Death in Poetry: A.E. Housman’s ‘To an Athlete Dying Young’ and Dylan Thomas’ ‘Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night’”


8 The War Poets
“Dulce et Decorum Est,” 1039

“Rear-Guard,” 1041



Powernotes: Collection 7, Quickwrites slide 1, “Dulce”; slide 4 “In the Shadow of War,” (focus on point of view)


Cause-Effect Rubric, 8;

Split-Page Notetaking, 84;

Literary Response Rubric, 84


Causal Analysis, 713, 723, 726-746, 1029
Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners, Ch. 24: Causal Relationships
Think as a Writer: Interactive Writing Worktext, Ch. 24: Causal Relationships





http://www.gohrw.com for author bios.: Rupert Brooke, Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sasson, Robert Graves, John McCrae, Alan Seeger, Winifred Letts

“The War Sonnets” :



www.bartleby.com/136/2.html for “Counter-Attack”

www.bartleby.com/136/3.html for “Rear Guard”

http://www.progresspak.com/sec/literature/course/brlit/unit6/theme12/webresources/expected.shtml art by veterans of war

www.pitt.edu/~pugachev/greatwar/owen.html for Owen Parable


9 T.S. Eliot

TE: “The Hollow Men,” 1044



Holt Reader: 247-253

Holt Reading Solutions: Lesson Plan, 161

Powernotes: Collection 7, “The Hollow Men” (focus on allusion)












“The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.”

http://www.bartleby.com/198/3.html “Preludes”

http://www.novelguides.com

summary of Heart of Darkness





10 Katherine Mansfield

“The Doll’s House,” 1253-1259; Meet the Writer: Katherine Mansfield, 1252



Holt Adapted Reader: Adapted

Reading (with apparatus), 150; Graphic Organizer: Symbol, 156



Holt Reading Solutions: Adapted Reading, 398

Holt Assessment Literature, Reading and Vocabulary: “The Doll’s House,” 380

Audio CD Library, disc 19

Vocabulary Development, 53

Powernotes: Collection 7, Quickwrite slide 17, “The Doll’s House”





Characterization, 632, 637-638
Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners, Ch 22: Reading a Short Story; Ch. 26: Literary Research Article
Think as a Writer: Interactive Writing Worktext, Ch. 22: Short Story

Reading a Short Story, 267-287

http://www.literatureclassics.com/etexts/721/11255/ e-text for “The Garden Party” with links to other Mansfield stories in her collection The Garden Party, and Other Stories
http://www.literaryhistory.com/20thC/Mansfield.htm bibliography with links to KM criticism


11 A Modernist Short Story

TE: “The Modern Short Story,” 1261;

“Araby,” 1174; “The Rocking-Horse Winner,” 1186; “The Silver Fifty-Sen Pieces,” 1072; “The Destructors,” 1080; “In the Shadow of War,” 1093; “No Witchcraft for Sale,” 1126; “Once upon a Time,” 1141; “Marriage is a Private Affair,” 1148; “The Demon Lover,” 1206; “Axolotl,” 1217; “The Book of Sand,” 1225; “B. Wordsworth,” 1233; “Half a Day,” 1241

Holt Assessment: Literature, etc.: “Araby,” 348; “The Rocking-Horse,” 352

Resources for Teaching Advanced Students: “Axolotl,” 211

Vocabulary Development: 38, 39, 40,43, 44, 45, 46, 47

Powernotes: Collection 7, Quickwrite slide 12, “The Rocking-Horse Winner”; “Araby,” (focus on epiphany)


Modern Prose Learning Log, 85;

Documented Literary Analysis Rubric, 86-87



Reading Log, 108, 1033

Writing to Learn, 1072

Support from Literary Sources, 756,765-767, 774

Citing Sources, 774-775, 823-825, 842-849


Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners, Ch 22: Reading a Short Story
Think as a Writer: Interactive Writing Worktext, Ch. 22: Short Story

Reading a Short Story, 267-287

http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=1132

“Teaching Student Annotation: Constructing Meaning through Connections”



12 Media Analysis

TE: “Using and Analyzing Media,” 1344

Workshop Resources: Writing, etc.--Teaching Notes and Guided Practice for Media Workshop, 77-85

PowerNotes : Collection 7, Media Workshop

Holt Assessment: Writing, Listening, & Speaking: Analyzing Media Scale, 59; Using Media Scale, 60







Characteristics of Media, 685-687

Viewing and Representing (Media), 1085-1096

Analyzing and Comparing Media Coverage, 688-690, 947

Analyzing Persuasion in Media, 691, 896-898


Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners, Ch 23: Comparing and Contrasting Media; Ch. 27: Analyzing Persuasion in Media Messages

Think as a Writer: Interactive Writing Worktext, Ch 23: Comparing and Contrasting Media





http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp?id=785 “Identifying and Understanding the Fallacies Used in Advertising”

13 Critiquing a Speech

TE: Presenting and Analyzing Speeches, 1352-1355;

“Blood, Sweat, and Tears”, 1067

“I Believe in a British Empire,” 1134

“The Noble Mansion of Free India,” 1137

“from The Question of South Africa,” 1320

“from Towards a True Refuge,” 1324

Resources for Teaching Advanced Students: “Blood, Sweat, and Tears,” 202

Vocabulary Development: 37,

Powernotes: Collection 7, Quickwrite slide 7, “Blood, Sweat, and Tears”

(focus on critiquing author’s argument)



Holt Assessment: Literature, etc.: “Blood, Sweat, and Tears,” 301; “I Believe” and “The Noble Mansion,” 325; “from The Question” and “Towards a True Refuge,” 413

Written Speech Critique Rubric, 88;

Oral Speech Rubric, 89



Evaluating Informative Speeches, 749-752

Evaluating Persuasive Speeches, 947

Rhetorical Devices, 916

Logical Fallacies, 883

Speeches, 1053-1058
Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners, Ch. 27: Making a Persuasive Speech


Assertion or Viewpoint, 250

Author’s Purpose, 251

Bias, 252

Jargon, 257

Lead, 258

Rhetorical questions, 260



www.history.com/media.do audio links for a variety of speeches by people from around the world


14 The Golden Thread
Holt Reading Solutions:

Recognizing Theme, 272-277









Theme, 345-350










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