English 12 Curriculum - Centerville High Socratic Seminar: Who is most guilty for Duncan’s murder: the witches, Lady Macbeth or Macbeth? Macbeth Jeopardy archetype theme tragic hero

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<ul><li><p>1 </p><p>Centerville High School Curriculum Mapping English 12 1st Semester Mrs. ONeal </p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>Unit Chapter Lesson </p><p>Indiana Standard(s) </p><p>Key Concepts Learning Targets </p><p>Resources/Activities Vocabulary Assessments </p></li><li><p>3 </p><p>The Anglo-Saxons 449-1066 (3-6 weeks) </p><p>12.RL.1 12.RL.2.1 12.RL.2.2 12.RL.2.3 12.RL.3.1 12.RL.4.1 12.RL.4.2 12.RN.1 12.RN.2.1 12.RN.2.2 12.RN.2.3 12.RN.2.4 12.RN.3.1 12.RN.3.2 12.RV.1 12.RV.2.1 12.RV.2.2 12.RV.2.4 12.RV.2.5 12.RV.3.1 12.RV.3.2 12.RV.3.3 12.W.1 12.W.2 12.W.3.1 12.W.3.2 12.W.4 12.W.6.1 12.W.6.2 12.SL.1 12.SL.2.1 12.SL.2.2 12.SL.2.3 12.SL.2.4 12.ML.1 12.ML.2.1 </p><p>In small groups research a specific aspect of the Anglo-Saxon period and present findings to the class. Analyze the style, symbolism, and structure of Beowulf. Construct well-written responses to the literature. (See Readers Responses and Essay) Write a literary analysis focusing on one aspect of Anglo-Saxon literature. </p><p>The Anglo-Saxons by David Adams Leeming (nonfiction) </p><p>Mini-group presentations from Beowulf The Monster Grendel The Arrival of the Hero </p><p> Readers Response: Anglo-Saxon Values </p><p> Unferths Challenge The Battle with Grendel </p><p> Fun with Kennings Readers Response: Traits of an Epic Hero </p><p> The Monsters Mother The Final Battle </p><p> Readers Response: Traits of an Epic Original Boast Discussion: Beowulf as an Archetype </p><p> from Grendel by John Gardner Life in 999: A Grim Struggle by Howard G. Chua-Eoan (nonfiction) The Head of Humbaba from Gilgamesh: A Verse Narrative Old English: Where English Came From by John Algeo (nonfiction) </p><p>epic epic hero archetype alliteration kenning thesis statement diction </p><p>Readers Responses Fun with Kennings Original Boast Socratic Seminars Essay: Analyzing a Literary Work Reading Quizzes Written Exam (Identification, Short Answer, Essay) </p></li><li><p>4 </p><p>The Middle Ages 1066-1485 (3-6 weeks) </p><p>12.RL.1 12.RL.2.1 12.RL.2.2 12.RL.2.3 12.RL.2.4 12.RL.3.1 12.RL.3.2 12.RL.4.1 12.RL.4.2 12.RN.1 12.RN.2.1 12.RN.2.2 12.RN.2.3 12.RN.3.1 12.RN.3.2 12.RV.1 12.RV.2.1 12.RV.2.2 12.RV.2.4 12.RV.2.5 12.RV.3.1 12.RV.3.2 12.RV.3.3 12.W.1 12.W.2 12.W.3.1 12.W.3.2 12.W.3.3 12.W.4 12.W.6.1 12.W.6.2 12.SL.1 12.SL.2.1 12.SL.2.2 12.SL.2.3 12.SL.2.4 12.ML.1 12.ML.2.1 </p><p>In small groups research a specific aspect of the Middle Ages and present findings to the class. Analyze the structure of folk ballads. Construct an original ballad of three stanzas with abab rhyme scheme; the first and third lines of each stanza must contain four accented syllables; the second and fourth lines, three accented syllables. Analyze the style, symbolism, and structure of Chaucers Canterbury Tales. Construct well-written responses to the literature. (See Readers Responses) Write a narrative description of a fellow classmate in the style of Chaucer (a series of couplets). Analyze how Sir Gawain and the Green Knight exhibits the qualities of a romance. Analyze how King Arthur exhibits the qualities of a romance hero in The Death of Arthur. Evaluate a movie review of Mel Gibsons Braveheart. </p><p>The Middle Ages by David Adams Leeming (nonfiction) </p><p>Mini-group presentations Lord Randall Edward, Edward Get Up and Bar the Door </p><p>Original Ballad Geoffrey Chaucer (nonfiction) The Canterbury Tales The Prologue </p><p>Readers Response: The Good Readers Response: The Bad Class Tales: Description of Fellow Classmate </p><p>The Pardoners Tale </p><p>Discussion: The Pardoner as an Archetype </p><p> Federigos Falcon from the Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio </p><p>Discussion: Compare and contrast Chaucer and Boccaccios styles </p><p> from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight The Death of Arthur from Le Morte Darthur Middle English: The Language in Transition by John Algeo (nonfiction) </p><p>ballad refrain couplet figurative language frame story imagery archetype romance romance hero satire situational irony verbal irony diction syntax thesis statement tone </p><p>Original Ballad Readers Responses Class Tales Narrative Reading Quizzes Written Exam (Identification, Short Answer, Essay) </p></li><li><p>5 </p><p>The Renaissance 1485-1660 (3-4 weeks) </p><p>12.RL.1 12.RL.2.1 12.RL.2.2 12.RL.2.3 12.RL.2.4 12.RL.3.1 12.RL.3.2 12.RN.1 12.RN.2.2 12.RN.2.3 12.RN.3.1 12.RN.3.2 12.RV.1 12.RV.2.1 12.RV.2.2 12.RV.2.4 12.RV.2.5 12.RV.3.1 12.RV.3.2 12.RV.3.3 12.W.1 12.W.2 12.W.3.2 12.W.4 12.W.6.1 12.W.6.2 12.SL.1 12.SL.2.1 12.SL.2.2 12.SL.2.3 12.SL.2.4 12.ML.1 12.ML.2.1 </p><p>Analyze a variety of sonnets and poems from the Renaissance. Write an original Shakespearean sonnet. </p><p>The Renaissance by C.F. Main (nonfiction) Sir Thomas Wyatt Whoso List to Hunt Edmund Spensers </p><p>Sonnet 30 Sonnet 75 </p><p> William Shakespeare </p><p>Sonnet 29 Sonnet 73 Sonnet 116 Sonnet 130 </p><p> Write an original Shakespearean sonnet. </p><p> Christopher Marlow </p><p>The Passionate Shepherd Sir Walter Raleigh </p><p>The Nymphs Reply to the Shepherd </p><p> As a group, boys write an original Passionate Shepherd; girls, an original Nymphs Reply </p><p> Robert Herrick </p><p>To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time </p><p> Andrew Marvell </p><p>To His Coy Mistress John Donne </p><p>A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning Meditation 17 Death Be Not Proud </p><p> Ben Jonson </p><p>On My First Son Song: To Celia </p><p>sonnet iambic pentameter allusion figurative language imagery verbal irony diction parallelism syntax thesis statement tone </p><p>Original Sonnet Original Passionate Shepherd or Nymphs Reply (group activity/assessment) Reading Quizzes with Written Responses Socratic Seminars </p></li><li><p>6 </p><p>The Tragedy of Macbeth (4-6 weeks) </p><p>12.RL.1 12.RL.2.1 12.RL.2.2 12.RL.2.3 12.RL.2.4 12.RL.3.1 12.RL.3.2 12.RL.4.1 12.RL.4.2 12.RN.1 12.RN.2.1 12.RN.2.2 12.RN.2.3 12.RN.3.1 12.RN.3.2 12.RN.3.3 12.RN.4.2 12.RV.1 12.RV.2.1 12.RV.2.2 12.RV.2.3 12.RV.2.4 12.RV.2.5 12.RV.3.1 12.RV.3.2 12.RV.3.3 12.W.1 12.W.2 12.W.3.1 12.W.3.2 12.W.4 12.W.5 12.W.6.1 12.W.6.2 12.SL.1 12.SL.2.1 12.SL.2.2 12.SL.2.3 12.SL.2.4 12.SL.2.5 12.SL.3.1 12.ML.1 12.ML.2.1 12.ML.2.2 </p><p>Analyze the literary devices in Macbeth. Using textual support from Macbeth, determine who is most guilty for Duncans murder. </p><p>The Renaissance Theatre (nonfiction) William Shakespeare (nonfiction) </p><p>Research: Accessing appropriate internet sites and watching a brief video on William Shakespeare, write a two-page biography including correct MLA internal citations and works cited page. </p><p> William Shakespeare Macbeth </p><p>Socratic Seminar: Who is most guilty for Duncans murder: the witches, Lady Macbeth or Macbeth? Macbeth Jeopardy </p><p>archetype theme tragic hero iambic pentameter aside soliloquy allusion figurative language imagery situational irony verbal irony chiasmus analogy anachronism paradox hyperbole understatement </p><p>Research assignment: William Shakespeare Reading Quizzes Socratic Seminars Written Exam (Identification; Short Answer; Essay) Objective Test </p></li><li><p>7 </p><p>Curriculum Mapping English 12 2nd Semester </p></li><li><p>8 </p><p>Unit Chapter Lesson </p><p>Indiana Standard(s) </p><p>Key Concepts Learning Targets </p><p>Resources/Activities Vocabulary Assessments </p></li><li><p>9 </p><p>Poetry (5-6 weeks) </p><p>12.RL.1 12.RL.2.1 12.RL.2.2 12.RL.2.3 12.RL.2.4 12.RL.3.1 12.RL.3.2 12.RL.4.1 12.RL.4.2 12.RV.1 12.RV.2.1 12.RV.2.2 12.RV.2.3 12.RV.2.4 12.RV.2.5 12.RV.3.1 12.RV.3.2 12.RV.3.3 12.W.1 12.W.2 12.W.3.1 12.W.3.2 12.W.4 12.W.6.1 12.W.6.2 12.SL.1 12.SL.2.1 12.SL.2.2 12.SL.2.4 12.SL.2.5 </p><p>Analyze poetry forms, style, and content through note taking, discussion, and composition. </p><p>Thomas Hardy The Ballad Singer </p><p> William Wordsworth </p><p>A slumber did my spirit seal </p><p> Alfred, Lord Tennyson </p><p>The Eagle Langston Hughes </p><p>Dream Variations Robert Frost </p><p>Fire and Ice Larry Rubin </p><p>Outdistanced Percy Bysshe Shelley </p><p>Ozymandias William Shakespeare </p><p>Sonnet 18 Emily Dickinson </p><p>Some things there be William Butler Yeats After Long Silence </p><p> e. e. cummings </p><p>in times a noble mercy Poetry Project: Create an poetry booklet/magazine of at least ten poems centered around a theme of your choosing. At least three poems must be 25 lines or longer. Include an illustrated title/author page, a table of contents, an introduction, the ten illustrated poems, and an analysis of one of the longer poems. </p><p>alliteration allusion analogy ballad blank verse climactic phrase connotation consonance denotation diction elegy English sonnet Italian sonnet metaphor meter motif octave onomatopoeia parallels persona personification quatrain repetition scansion sestet simile sonnet style syntax theme tone triplet </p><p>Poetry Memorization: Sonnet 18 Poetry Project In-class Essay Poetry Terms Quiz Written Exam (Identification; Short Answer; Essay) </p></li><li><p>10 </p><p>Senior Exit Project (9 weeks) NOTE: The Senior Exit Project is taught in conjunction with other units. </p><p>12.RN.1 12.RN.2.1 12.RN.2.2 12.RN.2.3 12.RN.3.1 12.RN.3.2 12.RN.3.3 12.RN.4.1 12.RN.4.2 12.RN.4.3 12.RV.1 12.RV.2.1 12.RV.2.2 12.RV.2.3 12.RV.2.4 12.RV.2.5 12.RV.3.1 12.RV.3.2 12.RV.3.3 12.W.1 12.W.2 12.W.3.1 12.W.3.2 12.W.4 12.W.5 12.W.6.1 12.W.6.2 12.SL.1 12.SL.2.1 12.SL.2.2 12.SL.2.3 12.SL.2.4 12.SL.2.5 12.SL.3.1 12.SL.3.2 12.SL.4.1 12.SL.4.2 12.SL.4.3 12.ML.1 12.ML.2.1 12.ML.2.2 </p><p>Write a four to six-page research paper in MLA style. Create a ten-minute Power Point presentation over your research paper. </p><p>Amy M. Kleppner and Cynthia Skelton Research Paper Procedure Power Point Notes </p><p>Topic Selection Preliminary Research Find at least three sources and create bib cards for each. (Must use at least five sources in final paper.) Formulate a Thesis Statement Preliminary Outline Take Notes Create at least five note cards in the correct format (Must create at least 30 note cards in all.) Paraphrasing Practice Summarizing Practice Direct Quotation Practice Parenthetical Documentation Practice Writing the Rough Draft Revising and Proofreading Preparing the Citation Page </p><p>primary source secondary source MLA format source card bib card thesis statement paraphrasing summarizing parenthetical documentation works cited </p><p>Three source cards Correctly formulated thesis statement Preliminary outline Five note cards Paraphrasing practice Summarizing practice Direct quotation practice Parenthetical documentation practice Rough draft (completion) Final draft Power Point presentation Ten-minute presentation </p></li><li><p>11 </p><p>Frankenstein (4-6 weeks) </p><p>12.RL.1 12.RL.2.1 12.RL.2.2 12.RL.2.3 12.RL.2.4 12.RL.3.1 12.RL.3.2 12.RL.4.1 12.RL.4.2 12.RN.1 12.RV.1 12.RV.2.1 12.RV.2.2 12.RV.2.4 12.RV.2.5 12.RV.3.1 12.RV.3.2 12.RV.3.3 12.W.1 12.W.2 12.W.3.3 12.W.4 12.W.6.1 12.W.6.2 12.SL.1 12.SL.2.1 12.SL.2.2 12.SL.2.3 12.SL.2.4 12.SL.2.5 </p><p>Analyze the literary elements found in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein. </p><p>Mary Shelley Frankenstein Power Point notes </p><p>Study Guide Small Group Project: (multiple project possibilities) Monster Story: Create a story about a modern monster. Socratic Seminar: Is a creator responsible for his/her creation? Frankenstein DVD: Compare and contrast the Boris Karloff version to the text. Young Frankenstein DVD: Compare Young Frankenstein to the Boris Karloff version. </p><p>Enlightenment Romanticism Gothic theme allusion antithesis irony symbol characterization style structure alter ego situational irony foreshadowing point of view conflict internal and external concentric circles structure epistolary structure turning point </p><p>Reading Quizzes Project Monster Story Written Exam (Identification; Short Answer; Essay) Objective Test </p></li></ul>

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