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World Literature Lesson Plans 1st 9 Weeks

World Literature 

Mrs. Bozeman 

Monday Oct. 2 

Objectives 

Activities  

Materials 

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2) 

Bell workStudents will complete section 39 of the bell work packet. Section 39 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills. 

-Bell work packet 

-Bell work section of binder 

-Pencil/pen 

-homework 

Students will acquire and use general academic words. 

(L.10.6) 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1) 

Vocabulary: Students will review exam vocabulary by using context clues to define the words. This vocabulary will help prepare students for reading passages and questions on the 9 weeks exam.  

-vocabulary 

 -pencil 

Students will analyze the cumulative impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone. (RL.10.4) 

 

Reading: Students will go over definitions to tone, mood, and imagery. Students will answer some comprehension questions about tone and mood. 

 

9 Weeks exam review for homework – due Thursday. 

-pencil 

-tone/mood/imagery definitions 

-worksheets 

-PowerPoint 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by correctly using capitalization and numbers in sentences and paragraphs..(L.10.1) 

Grammar: Students will complete their interactive notebook on capitalization and using numbers. 

-pencil 

-interactive notebook 

-glue 

-colors 

-scissors  

 

Tuesday Oct. 3 

Objectives 

Activities  

Materials 

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2) 

Bell workStudents will complete section 4of the bell work packet. Section 4is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills. 

-Bell work packet 

-Bell work section of binder 

-Pencil/pen 

-homework 

Students will acquire and use general academic words. 

(L.10.6) 

Vocabulary: Students will review exam vocabulary by matching the word to its definition.  

-vocabulary  

-pencil 

Students will analyze the cumulative impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone. (RL.10.4) 

Reading: Students will read some literary excerpts on tone/ mood/ and imagery. Students will identify how imagery effects tone and mood. 

-pencil 

-tone/mood/imagery definitions 

-worksheets 

-PowerPoint 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by correctly using commonly confused words and plurals in sentences and paragraphs..(L.10.1) 

Grammar: Students will complete their interactive notebook on commonly confused words and plurals.  

-pencil 

-interactive notebook 

-glue 

-colors 

-scissors  

 

Wednesday Oct. 4 

Objectives 

Activities  

Materials 

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2) 

Bell workStudents will complete section 4of the bell work packet. Section 41 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills. 

-Bell work packet 

-Bell work section of binder 

-Pencil/pen 

-homework 

Students will acquire and use general academic words. 

(L.10.6) 

Vocabulary: Students will review exam vocabulary by using the words in sentences. 

-vocabulary  

-pencil 

Review all standards covered 

Reading: Students will go over their 9 weeks exam review.  

-pencil 

-exam review 

-PowerPoint 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by correctly using commonly confused words and plurals in sentences and paragraphs (L.10.1) 

Grammar: Students will complete their interactive notebook on commonly confused words and plurals. 

-pencil 

-interactive notebook 

-glue 

-colors 

-scissors  

 

Thursday Oct. 5 – 9 Weeks Exam: Part I Writing 

Students will have to write an essay showing their ability to produce a clear and coherent explanatory/information essay in which the development, organization, and style. 

 

Friday Oct. 6 – 9 Weeks Exam: Part II Reading and grammar 

Students will text passages to read and answer questions that will show their ability to read and comprehend level text. Students will have to demonstrate command of conventions of standard English grammar. 

 

World Literature 

Mrs. Bozeman 

Monday Sept. 25 

Objectives 

Activities  

Materials 

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2) 

Bell workStudents will complete section 35 of the bell work packet. Section 35is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills. 

-Bell work packet 

-Bell work section of binder 

-Pencil/pen 

-homework 

Students will acquire and use general academic words. 

(L.10.6) 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1) 

Vocabulary: *Students will take a quiz on last week’s power words, subject and predicates, and sentences, fragments, and run-ons. 

  

*Daily Grade 

-vocabulary quiz 

-pencil 

Students will cite evidence from the text.(RI.10.1) 

Students will determine the central idea of text. (RI.10.2) 

Students will determine the purpose of the text. (RI.10.6) 

Reading: Students read an informational text passage and answer reading comprehension questions.  

-pencil 

-text passage 

-questions  

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b) 

 

Writing: Students will answer a text based prompt to go along with the informational passage. 

-pencil 

-prompt 

-paper  

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1) 

Grammar: Students will complete their interactive notebook on commas.  

-pencil 

-interactive notebook 

-comma cutouts 

-clue 

-colors 

-scissors  

 

Tuesday Sept. 26 

Objectives 

Activities  

Materials 

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2) 

Bell workStudents will complete section 36of the bell work packet. Section 36is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills. 

-Bell work packet 

-Bell work section of binder 

-Pencil/pen 

-homework 

Students will acquire and use general academic words. 

(L.10.6) 

 

Vocabulary: Students will participate in a vocabulary review, using kahoot, to prepare for their test 

-Chromebook 

 

Students will cite evidence from the text.(RI.10.1) 

Students will determine the central idea of text. (RI.10.2) 

Students will determine the purpose of the text. (RI.10.6) 

Reading: Students will be given a short story to read and annotate. 

-pencil 

-text  

-high lighters 

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b) 

Students will demonstrate the ability to write parenthetical references. (W.10.2.e) 

Students will demonstrate their ability to establish and maintain a formal writing style. (W.10.2e) 

Writing: students will write an informational essay using a text based prompt. The prompt will be related to the text passage they will have just read. Students will have to write and type their essay. 

-pencil 

-Chromebook 

-text 

-prompt 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns. (L.10.1) 

Grammar: Students will finish their interactive notebook on commas and complete a handout on identifying and using commas. 

-pencil 

-grammar handout 

 

 

Wednesday Sept. 27 

Objectives 

Activities  

Materials 

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2) 

Bell workStudents will complete section 37of the bell work packet. Section 3ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills. 

-Bell work packet 

-Bell work section of binder 

-Pencil/pen 

-homework 

Students will acquire and use general academic words. 

(L.10.6) 

 

Vocabulary: Students will participate in a vocabulary review, using kahoot, to prepare for their test. 

-Chromebook 

Students will cite evidence from the text.(RI.10.1) 

Students will determine the central idea of text. (RI.10.2) 

Students will determine the purpose of the text. (RI.10.6) 

Reading: Students will be given a short story to read and annotate. 

-pencil 

-text 

-highlighter 

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b) 

Students will demonstrate the ability to write parenthetical references. (W.10.2.e) 

Students will demonstrate their ability to establish and maintain a formal writing style. (W.10.2e) 

Writing: Students will write an informational essay using a text based prompt. The prompt will be related to the text passage they will have just read. Students will have to write and type their essay. 

*Test grade 

-pencil 

-Chromebook 

-text 

-prompt 

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns. (L.10.1) 

Grammar:  Students will complete their interactive notebook on apostrophes 

-pencil 

-interactive notebook 

-comma cutouts 

-clue 

-colors 

-scissors  

 

Thursday Sept. 28 

Objectives 

Activities  

Materials 

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2) 

Bell workStudents will complete section 3of the bell work packet. Section 38 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills. 

-Bell work packet 

-Bell work section of binder 

-Pencil/pen 

-homework 

Students will acquire and use general academic words. 

(L.10.6) 

 

Vocabulary: Students will review for their vocabulary test. 

-vocabulary 

-flashcards  

-pencil 

 

Reading: Students will take a reading test. Students will read cold passages and answer reading comprehension questions. 

-pencil 

-reading test 

 

Writing: None 

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns. (L.10.1) 

Grammar: Students will finish their interactive notebook on quotation marks and complete a handout on identifying and using commas. 

-pencil 

-grammar handout 

 

 

Friday Sept. 29 

Objectives 

Activities  

Materials 

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2) 

Bell workStudents will complete section 3of the bell work packet. Section 39 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills. 

-Bell work packet 

-Bell work section of binder 

-Pencil/pen 

-homework 

Students will acquire and use general academic words. 

(L.10.6) 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1) 

Vocabulary: *Students will take a test on power words 1-7. Students can turn in flash cards for bonus points 

 

*Test grade 

-vocabulary test 

-pencil 

-flash cards 

Interpret figures of speech (e.g., euphemism, oxymoron) in context and analyze their role in the text. (L.10.5a) 

 

Reading: Students will start unit on diction, syntax, and figurative language. 

-pencil 

-vocabulary words 

-power point 

-handout 

 

Writing: none 

-pencil 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1) 

Grammar: Students will complete their interactive notebook on quotation marks 

-pencil 

-interactive notebook 

-comma cutouts 

-clue 

-colors 

-scissors  

 

Monday Oct. 2 – Diction, syntax, and figurative language unit  

Tuesday Oct. 3 – Diction, syntax, and figurative language unit  

Wednesday Oct. 4 – Diction, syntax, and figurative languages unit / Nine weeks review  

Thursday Oct. 5 – 9 weeks exams: 2nd and 4th  

Friday Oct. 6 – 9 weeks exams: 1st and 3rd 

Mrs. Bozeman

World Literature

September 11th – September 15th

 

Monday, September 11

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 26 of the bell work packet. Section 26 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

- Students will turn in homework from Friday

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

-homework

Students will use context as a clue to find meaning of words. (L.10.4A) 

Vocabulary: *Students will take a quiz on last week’s power words, subject and predicates, and compound subjects and compound predicates.

 

*Daily Grade

 -Vocabulary handout

-Vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

RI.10.7 – analyze various accounts of how irony is written.

Reading: Students will take notes on a about irony. Students will listen to a song and look at the different types of irony used in the song. The students will find irony in The Open Window.

 

-irony PowerPoint

-irony activity

-irony in the Open Window

-paper

-pen/pencil

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

 

Writing: Students will read an informational article on 9/11. Students will answer text based reading comprehension questions. Students will be assigned an essay based on the text that will be due Wednesday.

9/11 passage

-paper

-pencil

-text questions

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar:  Students will complete the interactive notebook on simple and compound sentences.

-Grammar practice handout

-Interactive notebook

-pen/pencil

 

 

 

Tuesday, September 12

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 27 of the bell work packet. Section 27 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

 

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use context clues to find the meaning of unknown words.

 -Vocabulary handout

-vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will participate in a class discussion. (SL.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea. (RL.10.2)

Reading:

Students will reread The Open Window and answer comprehension questions.

-The Open Window handout

-pencil/pen

- The Open Window

 

Students will practice writing a bibliography.

Writing: Students will practice citing evidence and writing a bibliography in MLA style. Students will have time to work on their essay.

- paper

-pen/pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying parts of speech. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete a simple and compound sentences work sheet.

-grammar handout

- pen/pencil

 

 

 

Wednesday, September 13

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 28 of the bell work packet. Section 28 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Vocabulary: Students will match the words to the correct definitions.

-power word sheet

-pen/pencil

Students will determine the central idea. (RL.10.2)

Students will determine how the authors past influences his writing.

Students will analyzing how history and setting affects the authors writing and readers understanding of the subject.

Reading: Students will complete worksheets on historical analysis, analyzing setting, author’s purpose and a theme diagram about The Open Window.

-analysis worksheets

-Pen/pencil

-The Open Window

 

Writing: Students will turn in their essay on 9/11. Students will read an article and text based prompt. Students will start their second essay that will be due Friday.

-test

-pen/pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete the interactive notebook page on independent and dependent clauses.

-interactive notebook pages

-scissors

-glue

-colors

-notebook

 

 

 

Thursday, September 14th

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 29 of the bell work packet. Section 29 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

 

Vocabulary: Students will be given sentences with blanks and they will have to fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words.

 

-vocabulary handout

-pen/pencil

Students will work on how to write a letter follow the standard conventions of English

Reading: Students will complete a mini lesson on letter writing to go along with the introduction letters in The Open Window.

-paper

-pencil/pen

-letter handout  

Students will work on writing an essay. (W.10.2)

Writing: Students will have to work on their essay.  

 

-pencil/pen

-essay article

-paper

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying different plural nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will add a page on independent and dependent clauses in their interactive notebook.

-grammar interactive notebook

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

 

Friday, September 15th

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 30 of the bell work packet. Section 30 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

Students will turn in their homework – current event

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use their vocabulary words to make analogies.

-power words

-pencil

 

Reading: Students will take a test on The Open Window.

-test

-the Open Window

-pen/pencil

-Students will finish an essay.(W.10.2)

Writing: Students will finish and turn in their second essay.

 

 

-paper

-essay prompt

-pencil/pen

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying plural nouns. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using the types of clauses.

-Grammar practice handout

 

 

*Other Activities – These activities may be added as needed

-Text based writing on News ELA article. Students would have to answer a question in paragraph form using a passage of text. Students will have to cite evidence.

-Vocabulary Heads up – Students will review their vocabulary using a game. The whole class will participate in helping students try and find out what word is on their head using the definition, part

Mrs. Bozeman

World Literature

September 4th – September 8th

 

Monday, September 4 – Labor Day – No School

 

Tuesday, September 5

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 22 of the bell work packet. Section 22 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

-homework

Students will use context as a clue to find meaning of words. (L.10.4A) 

Vocabulary: *Students will take a quiz on last week’s power words, types of sentences, and participles.

 

*Daily Grade

 -Vocabulary handout

-Vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will review for their test on the Masque of the Red Death

Reading: Students will review vocabulary and literary terms for Masque of the Red Death. Students will complete any Masque of the Red Death Activity that was not completed the previous week.

 

-Masque of the Red Death

-Vocabulary and literary terms

-sticky notes

-dry erase board and makers

-pencil

Students will create a flip book that focus on a formal writing style. (W.10.2e)

Writing: Students will put together an MLA flip book to use as a reference throughout the year. Students will practice signal phrases in MLA style essays.

-MLA flip book

- signal phrase practice sheet

-pencil

-stapler

-scissors

-colors

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar:  Students will complete the interactive notebook on subjects and predicates.

-Grammar practice handout

-Interactive notebook

-pen/pencil

 

 

Wednesday, September 6

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 23 of the bell work packet. Section 23 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

 

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use context clues to find the meaning of unknown words.

 -Vocabulary handout

-vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will complete the test on the Masque of the Red Death.

Reading: Students will take Masque of the Red Death test

-test

-pencil

-Masque of the Red Death

Students will demonstrate the ability to write parenthetical references. (W.10.2.e)

Writing: Students will complete a parenthetical references worksheet for practice on MLA style writing. Students will also practice citing work in MLA style.

-parenthetical references worksheet

-citing worksheet

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying parts of speech. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete a subject and predicate work sheet.

-grammar handout

- pen/pencil

 

 

Thursday, September 7

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 24 of the bell work packet. Section 24 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Vocabulary: Students will match the words to the correct definitions.

-power word sheet

-pen/pencil

Students will use context clues to find the meaning of words. (RL.10.4.A)

Reading: Students will get vocabulary and literary terms for The Open Window. The class will read The Open Window together.

 -Vocabulary and literary terms

-sticky notes

-dry erase board and makers

-pencil

- The Open Window

Students will demonstrate their ability to establish and maintain a formal writing style. (W.10.2e)

Writing: Students will start working on their first MLA style essay using a text based prompt.

-paper

-pencil

-mla flip book

-writing prompt

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying different plural nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will add a page on compound subject and predicates in their interactive notebook.

grammar interactive notebook

-prepositional phrases handout

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

 

Friday, September 8

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 25 of the bell work packet. Section 25 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

 

Turn in current event for a daily grade

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will be given sentences with blanks and they will have to fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words. Students will use there vocabulary words in analogies.

 

-vocabulary handout

-pen/pencil

Students will cite textual evidence (RL.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea of The Open Window. (RL.10.2)

Reading: Students will reread The Open Window and answer comprehension questions.

 -The Open Window

-Comprehension questions

-pencil

Students will demonstrate their ability to establish and maintain a formal writing style. (W.10.2e)

Writing: Students will finish writing their MLA style essay. Students will review MLA formatting.

-paper

-pencil

-mla flip book

-writing prompt

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying different plural nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete a compound subject and predicate work sheet

--grammar handout

- pen/pencil

 

 

*Other Activities – These activities may be added as needed

-Text based writing on News ELA article. Students would have to answer a question in paragraph form using a passage of text. Students will have to cite evidence.

-Vocabulary Heads up – Students will review their vocabulary using a game. The whole class will participate in helping students try and find out what word is on their head using the definition, part of speech, or synonyms and antonyms.

Vocabulary

The Open Window– literary terms – antagonist, protagonist, Irony, situation irony, verbal irony, and dramatic irony.

Vocabulary – endeavored, treacherous, falteringly, scarcity, ghastly, delusion, infirmities, imminent, and pariah

Test/Due Dates

Current Event – Friday, September 8th

Power Words & Grammar Quiz – Power words 4, types of sentences, and participles– Tuesday, September 3rd.  

Power words 5 – Monday, September 11th.

Power words 6 – Monday, September 18th

The Open Window– Passage, literary terms, and vocabulary– TBA

Mrs. Bozeman

World Literature

August 28th – September 1st  

 

Monday, August 28

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 17 of the bell work packet. Section 17 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

-homework

Students will use context as a clue to find meaning of words. (L.10.4A) 

Vocabulary: *Students will take a quiz on last week’s power words, prepositions and prepositional phrases.

 

*Daily Grade

 -Vocabulary handout

-Vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will cite evidence to support an analysis of the Masque of the Red Death. (RL.10.1)

Students will find the theme of the text. (RL.10.2)

Reading: Students will reread Masque of the Red Death and complete a comprehension worksheet. The class will participate in a competition game to go over the correct answers.

-Masque of the Red Death

-comprehension worksheet

-pencil

-post it notes

-dry eraser markers and board

Students will write an informative text to examine and convey ideas and information clearly. (W.10.1)

Students will use evidence, organization, and analysis of contentment to create an informative essay. (W.10.1)

Writing: Students will use the text Masque of the Red death to answer a text based writing prompt. The students will complete an essay using the RACE method.

 

*Informational Essay 1 - Daily Grade

-Masque of the Read Death

-writing prompt

-paper

-pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar.(L.10.1)

Grammar:  Students will complete the interactive notebook on infinitives and participles  

-Grammar practice handout

-Interactive notebook

-pen/pencil

 

 

 

Tuesday, August 29

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 18 of the bell work packet. Section 18 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

 

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use context clues to find the meaning of unknown words.

 -Vocabulary handout

-vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will analyze how Poe’s word choice and text structure add the effect of symbolism and suspense in the text. (RL.5.10)

Students will analyze the impact of specific word choices. (RL.10.4)

Reading: Students will focus on the symbolism and imagery in the text Masque of the Red Death. They will complete the symbolism handout. After students complete the symbolism worksheet, they will work with a group to create draw the images based on the imagery Poe depicts in the writing and what it symbolizes.

 -Masque of the Red Death

-pencil

-symbolism work sheet

-legal paper

-colors

Students will write an informative text to examine and convey ideas and information clearly. (W.10.1)

Students will use evidence, organization, and analysis of contentment to create an informative essay. (W.10.1)

Writing:  Students will start their second essay by themselves. Students will answer a text based writing prompt. Students will use the RACE method to complete their essay. If they do not finish, the essay will be homework

*Informational Essay 2 – daily grade

- WWII passage and writing prompt

-paper

-pencil

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete an infinitives and participles work sheet.

-grammar preposition handout

- pen/pencil

 

 

 

Wednesday, August 30

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 19 of the bell work packet. Section 19 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Vocabulary: Students will match the words to the correct definitions.

-power word sheet

-pen/pencil

Students will analyze how Poe’s word choice and text structure add the effect of symbolism and suspense in the text. (RL.5.10)

Students will analyze the impact of specific word choices. (RL.10.4)

Reading: Finish symbolize and imagery activity

-Masque of the Red Death

-pencil

-symbolism work sheet

-legal paper

-colors

 

Students will write an informative text to examine and convey ideas and information clearly. (W.10.1)

Students will use evidence, organization, and analysis of contentment to create an informative essay. (W.10.1)

Writing: Students will be given two source text to read. They will have to use the information in each text to complete an informational essay using a text based writing prompt. The teacher and students will take turns reading the informational text passages. Students will write an informational essay using the RACE method. Students will turn in their RACE and final copy.

 

*Informational Essay 3Daily Grade

- Egyptian pharaohs and Egyptian social structure passages

-writing prompt

-paper

pencil  

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete a types of sentences activity in their interactive notebook.

-grammar handout

-interactive notebook

-colors

-pencil

-scissors

-glue

 

 

 

Thursday, August 31

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 20 of the bell work packet. Section 20 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will be given sentences with blanks and they will have to fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words.

 

-vocabulary handout

-pen/pencil

Students will analyze how characters develop and add to the plot. (RL.10.3)

Reading: The students will fill out a plot summary diagram and an analytical paragraph on the Masque of the Red Death

-Masque of the Red Death

-pencil

-plot summary diagram

-analytical paragraph

Students will create a flip book to use as a reference throughout the year.

Writing: Students will work on creating an MLA citation flip book.

Essay for homework – due Monday

-flip book

-stapler

-colors

-scissors

-Homework passage and prompt

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will add a page on prepositional phrases in their interactive notebook.

-grammar interactive notebook

-prepositional phrases handout

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

 

Friday, September 1

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 21 of the bell work packet. Section 21 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

Students will turn in their homework – current event

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use their vocabulary words to make analogies.

 

Students will analyze how Poe draws on and transforms source material in Masque of the Red Death. (RL.10.9)

Reading: Students will read the Seven Stages of Man by William Shakespeare. They will look for similarities between the colored rooms in the Masques of the Red Death and the stages of life in the Seven Stages Man. Students will also compare the rooms to the seven deadly sins.  

-Masque of the Red Death

-pencil

- Seven Stages of Man

- Comparison worksheet

Students will demonstrate the ability to cite information us MLA style.

Writing:  Students will finish their MLA citation flip book and complete MLA work sheet

-MLA worksheet

-flip book

-scissors

-stapler

-colors

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using the four types of sentences

-Grammar practice handout

-pencil

 

 

*Other Activities – These activities may be added as needed

-Text based writing on News ELA article. Students would have to answer a question in paragraph form using a passage of text. Students will have to cite evidence.

-Vocabulary Heads up – Students will review their vocabulary using a game. The whole class will participate in helping students try and find out what word is on their head using the definition, part of speech, or synonyms and antonyms.

Vocabulary

Masque of the Read Death– literary terms – imagery, symbolism, mood, setting, suspense, structure, conflict, and point of view.

Vocabulary – pestilence, dauntless, sagacious, castellated, gaudy, countenances, tremulousness, piquancy, emphatic, and blasphemous.

Power Words – hyperactive, circuitous, cajole, eloquent, circumlocution, hypoactive, cherubic, incomprehensible.

Test/Due Dates

Current Event – Friday, September 8th

                              Friday, September 22nd  

Power Words & Grammar Quiz –Power Words 3, prepositions, and prepositional phrases. – Monday, August 28th.  

Power words 4– Tuesday, September 3rd.

Power words 5 – Monday, September 11th.

Power words 6 – Monday, September 18th

The Masque of Red Death – Passage, literary terms, and vocabulary– Wednesday, September 6th

Mrs. Bozeman

World Literature

August 21st – August 25th

 

Monday, August 14

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 12 of the bell work packet. Section 12 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

- Students will turn in homework from Friday

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

-homework

Students will use context as a clue to find meaning of words. (L.10.4A) 

Vocabulary: *Students will take a quiz on last week’s power words, parts of speech, and common/proper nouns.

 

*Daily Grade

 -Vocabulary handout

-Vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

RI.10.7 – analyze various accounts of how suspense is written.

Reading: Students will read two articles on suspense.

 

-suspense articles

-paper

-pen/pencil

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

 

Writing: Students will write an essay on the use of suspense and mystery in the Monkey’s Paw. Students will use the two articles on suspense to draw evidence to support their ideas.

-suspense articles

-paper

-pencil

-The Monkey’s Paw

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar:  Students will complete the interactive notebook on prepositions

-Grammar practice handout

-Interactive notebook

-pen/pencil

 

 

 

Tuesday, August 8

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 13 of the bell work packet. Section 13 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

 

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use context clues to find the meaning of unknown words.

 -Vocabulary handout

-vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Students will participate in a class discussion. (SL.10.1)

Reading:

Part I: Introduction to the Masque of the Red Death. Students will be asked questions to prepare them to read the short story by Edger Allen Poe.

 

Part II: Students will participate in a vocabulary carousal to activate prior knowledge about vocabulary for the Masque of the Red Death. Students will copy the definition for the vocabulary words. Students will copy definitions for literary terms.

-The Monkey’s Paw handout

-pencil/pen

- The Monkey’s Paw

 

 

Writing: Students will take notes on how to write a synthesis essay.

- paper

-pen/pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying parts of speech. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete a prepositions work sheet.

-grammar preposition handout

- pen/pencil

 

 

 

Wednesday, August 9

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 14 of the bell work packet. Section 14 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Vocabulary: Students will match the words to the correct definitions.

-power word sheet

-pen/pencil

 

Reading: Students will take a test on The Monkey’s Paw. The test will include comprehension questions, vocabulary, and literature terms.

-Test

-Pen/pencil

-The Monkey’s Paw

 

Writing: Students will take the test on paragraph structure. Students will get a cold passage to read and they must write a paragraph using the PEEL method to answer the writing prompt.

-test

-pen/pencil

 

Other: Students complete a cross word puzzle on the Monkey’s Paw

-crossword puzzle

 

 

 

Thursday, August 10

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 15 of the bell work packet. Section 15 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will be given sentences with blanks and they will have to fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words.

 

-vocabulary handout

-pen/pencil

Students will analyze complex characters. (RL.10.3)

Students will determine the central idea. (RL.10.2)

Reading: Students will read the Masque of the Red Death and annotate the passage by themselves. Students will make notes of symbolism in the reading.

-Masque of the Red Death

-pencil/pen

-highlighter

Students will take notes on how to organize an essay. (W.10.2A)

Writing: Students will finish taking notes on how to write an essay.

-Notes section of binder

-pencil/pen

-Power point on essay structure

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying different plural nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will add a page on prepositional phrases in their interactive notebook.

-grammar interactive notebook

-prepositional phrases handout

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

 

Friday, August 11

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 16 of the bell work packet. Section 16 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

Students will turn in their homework – current event

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use their vocabulary words to make analogies.

 

Students will determine theme/ central idea in the Masque of the Red Death. (RL.10.1)

Students will participate in a class discussion. (SL.10.1)

Reading: The students will read Masque of the Red Death together. The teacher and students will take turn reading aloud. The teacher will point out information that should have been annotated during the first read. The class will discuss the theme of the text.

-Masque of the Red Death.

-pen/pencil

-Students will introduce a topic.(W.10.2A)

Writing: Students will start working on their 1st essay. Students will focus on reading the prompt and information articles to create an introduction paragraph that uses several sources.

 

 

-paper

-notes on essay structure

-essay prompt

-pencil/pen

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying plural nouns. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using the prepositional phrases.

-Grammar practice handout

 

 

*Other Activities – These activities may be added as needed

-Text based writing on News ELA article. Students would have to answer a question in paragraph form using a passage of text. Students will have to cite evidence.

-Vocabulary Heads up – Students will review their vocabulary using a game. The whole class will participate in helping students try and find out what word is on their head using the definition, part of speech, or synonyms and antonyms.

Vocabulary

Masque of the Read Death– literary terms – imagery, symbolism, mood, setting, suspense, structure, conflict, and point of view.

Vocabulary – pestilence, dauntless, sagacious, castellated, gaudy, countenances, tremulousness, piquancy, emphatic, and blasphemous.

Power Words – façade, tenacious, empathize, monarchy, emaciated, dejected, tenable, and benevolent

Test/Due Dates

Current Event – Friday, August 25th

Power Words & Grammar Quiz –Power Words 3, prepositions, and prepositional phrases. – Monday, August 28th.  

Power words 4– Tuesday, September 3rd.

Power words 5 – Monday, September 11th.

Power words 6 – Monday, September 18th

The Masque of Red Death – Passage, literary terms, and vocabulary– TBA

Mrs. Bozeman

World Literature

August 14th – August 18th 

 

Monday, August 14

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 7 of the bell work packet. Section 7 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

- Students will turn in homework from Friday

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

-homework

Students will discuss the rules and procedures for the class.

Review: Teacher will review rules and procedures from Friday and go over how to set up their binder and other supplies for daily use in class.

-Syllabus

-Supplies from the supply list.

Students will use context as a clue to find meaning of words. (L.10.4A) 

Vocabulary: Students will use context clues to find the meaning of unknown words.

 -Vocabulary handout

-Vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will cite evidence from the text.(RL.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea of text. (RL.10.2)

Reading: Students will read part III of the monkey’s paw and fill out a plot summary handout.

-The Monkey’s Paw

-Plot summary handout

-pen/pencil

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

Students will provide a concluding statement. (W.10.2F)

Writing: Students will practice paragraph writing. *Students will read an article called Midas and answer a text based question using what they learned about paragraph structure.

 

*Daily grade

 

-paragraph structure notes.

-Midas article

-notebook paper

-pen/pencil

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar:  Students will finish their interactive notebook on common and proper nouns and complete a handout on identifying and using common and proper nouns.

-Grammar practice handout

-Interactive notebook

-pen/pencil

 

 

 

Tuesday, August 8

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 8 of the bell work packet. Section 8 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

 

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will match the words to the correct definitions.

 -Vocabulary handout

-vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will cite evidence from the text.(RL.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea of text. (RL.10.2)

Reading: Students will use The Monkey’s Paw to answer text based questions.

-The Monkey’s Paw handout

-pencil/pen

- The Monkey’s Paw

 

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

Students will provide a concluding statement. (W.10.2F)

Writing: *Students will use the text from The Monkey’s paw to write a sequel or an interview with the Whites. Students will have use foreshadowing and keep with the same theme. This will be finished for homework if not completed in class

 

*Daily Grade

 

-paper

-The Monkey’s Paw

-Foreshadowing and theme handout

-pen/pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying parts of speech. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will create an abstract and concrete nouns section in their interactive notebook.

-grammar interactive notebook (composition notebook)

- concrete and abstract nouns handout

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

Wednesday, August 9

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 9 of the bell work packet. Section 9 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Vocabulary: *Students will take a quiz on last week’s power words, parts of speech, and common/proper nouns.

 

*Daily Grade

-quiz

-pen/pencil

Determine theme or central idea of the text. (RL.10.2)

Reading: Students will work on finding the foreshadowing and theme in The Monkey’s Paw. Students will make connections to The Monkey’s Paw by referencing songs that would be good to use in the soundtrack for The Monkey’s Paw. Students will list why they believe that song goes with the theme of the text.

-Paper

-Pen/pencil

-Theme handout

-foreshadowing handout

-The Monkey’s Paw

Analyze how complex characters develop. (RL.10.3)

 

Writing: Students will write an analytical paragraph to go along with The Monkey’s Paw.

 

-Notes section of binder

-pencil/pen

-power point on paragraph structure

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using concrete and abstract nouns.

-grammar practice handout

 

 

 

Thursday, August 10

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 10 of the bell work packet. Section 10 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will be given sentences with blanks and they will have to fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words.

 

-vocabulary handout

-pen/pencil

Analyze the representation of fate in the Monkey’s Paw from two different mediums (text passage and video)  (RL.10.7)

Students will participate in a class discussion. (SL.10.1)

Reading: Students will watch a video of The Monkey’s Paw and make comparisons to the original text. Students will contrast the role of fate in the two different versions of The Monkey’s Paw

-The Monkey’s Paw handout

-pencil/pen

-highlighter

Students will take notes on how to organize paragraphs. (W.10.2A)

Writing: Students will take notes of essay structure.

-Notes section of binder

-pencil/pen

Power point on paragraph structure

-paragraph structure handout

-4 color highlighters/pens

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying different plural nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will start their grammar interactive notebook. This sections will focus on plural nouns.

-grammar interactive notebook

-common and proper nouns handout

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

 

Friday, August 11

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 11 of the bell work packet. Section 11 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

Students will turn in their homework – current event

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use their vocabulary words to make analogies.

 

Students will determine theme/ central idea in the Bridgegoom. (RL.10.1)

Reading: Students will review The Monkey’s Paw. Students will read the short story The Bridegroom and fill out a plot summary graphic organizer.

-foreshadowing handout

-pen/pencil

-Students will introduce a topic.(W.10.2A)

Writing: Students will continue notes on essay structure and discuss how to write a good topic sentence.

 

 

-topic/conclusion handout

- transition handout

-pencil/pen

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying plural nouns. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using the plural nouns.

-Grammar practice handout

 

 

*Other Activities – These activities may be added as needed

-Text based writing on News ELA article. Students would have to answer a question in paragraph form using a passage of text. Students will have to cite evidence.

-Vocabulary Heads up – Students will review their vocabulary using a game. The whole class will participate in helping students try and find out what word is on their head using the definition, part of speech, or synonyms and antonyms.

Vocabulary

Monkey’s Paw – literary terms – exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution, foreshadowing, theme.

                                Vocabulary – perils, placidly, visage, grave, maligned, credulity, furtively, apathy, oppressive

Power Words – tyranny, cease, dupe, assert, placate, indifference, phenomena, and alien.

Test/Due Dates

Current Event – Friday, August 25th

Power Words & Grammar Quiz –Power Words 1, parts of speech, and common and proper nouns, and concrete and abstract nouns. – Wednesday, August 16th.  

Power words 2, plural and possessive nouns. – Monday, August 21st.

The Monkey’s Paw Test – Passage, literary terms, vocabulary, and paragraph structure – Wednesday, August 25th.

Mrs. Bozeman

World Literature

August 7th – August 11th

 

Monday, August 7

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 2 of the bell work packet. Section two is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

- Students will turn in homework from Friday

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

-homework

Students will discuss the rules and procedures for the class.

Review: Teacher will review rules and procedures from Friday and go over how to set up their binder and other supplies for daily use in class.

-Syllabus

-Supplies from the supply list.

Students will use context as a clue to find meaning of words. (L.10.4A) 

Vocabulary: Students will use context clues to find the meaning of unknown words.

 -Vocabulary handout

-Vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will cite evidence from the text.(RL.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea of text. (RL.10.2)

Reading: Teacher will discuss annotating text. Students will receive an annotation guide. They will practice annotating text using an informational text article. The teacher will help students through the annotating of the text and explain how annotating will help them better understand what they read. The students will answer text based questions with help from their annotations.

-Annotation guide handout

-News ELA article

-highlighters

-pencil/pen

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

Students will provide a concluding statement. (W.10.2F)

Writing: Students will use the informational text article to fill out a current event handout. The handout will focus on skills like finding the main idea, citing evidence, and summarizing.

 

 

-News ELA article

-Current event handout

-pen/pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying parts of speech. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using the parts of speech.

-Grammar practice handout

 

 

 

Tuesday, August 8

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 3 of the bell work packet. Section 3 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will take a quiz on rules and procedures.

Quiz: Students will take a quiz on the syllabus.

-Quiz

-pencil/pen

 

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will match the words to the correct definitions.

 -Vocabulary handout

-vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will cite evidence from the text.(RL.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea of text. (RL.10.2)

Reading: The class will read the informational passage of text together. Students will practice annotating on their own with some help from the teacher.

-Annotation guide

-News ELA article

-highlighters

-pen/pencil

-current event handout

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

Students will provide a concluding statement. (W.10.2F)

Writing: Students will use the informational text article to fill out a current event handout that focuses on main idea, citing evidence, and summarizing.

 

-News ELA article

-current event handout

-pen/pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying parts of speech. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will start their grammar interactive notebook. The first section will be a continuation of parts of speech.

-grammar interactive notebook (composition notebook)

-parts of speech handout

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

Wednesday, August 9

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 4 of the bell work packet. Section 4 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

 

Review: The teacher will review how to write a current event. Students will complete a current event for homework that will be due Friday, August 11th.

-Current event handout

-News ELA article

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will be given sentences with blanks and they will have to fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words.

-vocabulary handout

-pen/pencil

Students will participate in a class discussion. (SL.10.1)

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Reading:

Part I: Introduction to The Monkey’s Paw. Students will be asked “What does the word “fate” mean to you? Are people ruled by fate or free will? Explain.” Students will have a chance to discuss their answers with the class.

 

Part II: Students will participate in a vocabulary carousal to activate prior knowledge about vocabulary for The Monkey’s Paw. Students will copy the definition for the vocabulary words. Students will copy definitions for literary terms.

-Paper

-Pen/pencil

-vocabulary definitions

-literary term definitions

Students will take notes on how to organize paragraphs. (W.10.2A)

Writing: The teacher will talk to students about how to take notes using the Cornell notes method. Students will start taking notes on paragraph structure.

 

-Notes section of binder

-pencil/pen

-power point on paragraph structure

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using common and proper nouns.

-grammar practice handout

 

 

 

Thursday, August 10

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 5 of the bell work packet. Section 5 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use their vocabulary words to make analogies.

-vocabulary handout

-pen/pencil

Students will look for central ideas (RL.10.2)

Students will participate in a class discussion. (SL.10.1)

Reading: Students will read The Monkey’s Paw as a class and annotate the text. The class will discuss the text with a focus on central ideas and foreshadowing.

-The Monkey’s Paw handout

-pencil/pen

-highlighter

Students will take notes on how to organize paragraphs. (W.10.2A)

Writing: Students will finish taking notes on paragraph structure. Students will complete the analyzing paragraph structure worksheet

-Notes section of binder

-pencil/pen

Power point on paragraph structure

-paragraph structure handout

-4 color highlighters/pens

 

Grammar: Students will start their grammar interactive notebook. This sections will focus on common and proper nous.

-grammar interactive notebook

-common and proper nouns handout

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

 

Friday, August 11

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 6 of the bell work packet. Section 6 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

Students will turn in their homework – Enter your text here...current event

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will use textual evidence to support their findings on foreshadowing. (RL.10.1)

Reading: The students will reread The Monkey’s Paw. Students will find foreshadowing in the text and use textual evidence to support their findings.

-foreshadowing handout

-pen/pencil

-Students will introduce a topic.(W.10.2A)

-Students will write concluding statement. (W.10.2F)

Writing: Students will work on adding topic and conclusion sentences and transition words and phrases

 

 

-topic/conclusion handout

- transition handout

-pencil/pen

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using the abstract and concrete nouns

-Grammar practice handout

 

 

*Other Activities – These activities may be added as needed

-Text based writing on News ELA article. Students would have to answer a question in paragraph form using a passage of text. Students will have to cite evidence.

-Vocabulary Heads up – Students will review their vocabulary using a game. The whole class will participate in helping students try and find out what word is on their head using the definition, part of speech, or synonyms and antonyms.

Vocabulary

Monkey’s Paw – literary terms – exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution, foreshadowing, theme.

                                Vocabulary – perils, placidly, visage, grave, maligned, credulity, furtively, apathy, oppressive

Power Words – inane, intractable, penal, purports, edict, docile, concede, diminutive.

Test/Due Dates

Current Event – Friday, August 11th

Power Words & Grammar Quiz – other vocabulary words, parts of speech, and common and proper nouns, and concrete and abstract nouns. – Friday, August 18th

The Monkey’s Paw Test – Passage, literary terms, vocabulary, and paragraph structure - TBA

Mrs. Bozeman

World Literature

September 18th – September 22nd

 

Monday, September 18

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 30 of the bell work packet. Section 30 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

- Students will turn in homework from Friday

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

-homework

Students will use context as a clue to find meaning of words. (L.10.4A) 

Vocabulary: *Students will take a quiz on last week’s power words, subject and predicates, and compound subjects and compound predicates.

 

*Daily Grade

 -Vocabulary handout

-Vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will cite strong textual evidence to support analysis of the text. (RI.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea of the text. (RI.10.2)

Students will determine the purpose of the text. (RI.10.6)

Students will evaluate the argument and specific claims in the text. (RI.8)

Reading: Students will read the informational text, Should Juvenile killers be Sentenced to Life? Students will answer text based questions.

-Juvenile Killers passage

-text based quesitons

-pen/pencil

Students will write an informative/explanatory essay. (W.10.1)

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

 

Writing: Students will start an MLA style essay with a text based prompt:

The author develops the idea that there are opposing views on the idea that juvenile killers should be sentenced to life behind bars. Identify the different arguments presented in the text and give the reasons that each side used to defend their position. Use evidence from the text to support your answer.  

Juvenile Killers passage

-prompt

-paper

-pencil

-text questions

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar:  Students will complete the interactive notebook on sentences, fragments, and run-ons.

-Grammar practice handout

-Interactive notebook

-pen/pencil

 

 

 

Tuesday, September 19

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 31 of the bell work packet. Section 31 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

 

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use context clues to find the meaning of unknown words.

 -Vocabulary handout

-vocabulary section of binder

-pencil/pen

Students will type their essay in MLA style from the previous day. (computer lab)

Reading:

Students will reread Juvenile Killers information text and answer discuss questions. Students will participate in a class discuss. Students will have to relate topics to their own life and experiences.

-Juvenile Killers passage

-discussion questions.

-pencil/pen

 

Students will write an informative/explanatory essay. (W.10.1)

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

 

Writing: Students will finish writing their Juvenile killers essay in MLA style formatting.

*turn in for a daily grade

- paper

-pen/pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying parts of speech. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete a sentences, fragments, and run-ons worksheet.

-grammar handout

- pen/pencil

 

 

 

Wednesday, September 20

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 32 of the bell work packet. Section 32 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying abstract and concrete nouns. (L.10.1)

Vocabulary: Students will match the words to the correct definitions.

-power word sheet

-pen/pencil

Students will cite strong textual evidence to support analysis of the text. (RI.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea of the text. (RI.10.2)

Students will determine the purpose of the text. (RI.10.6)

Students will evaluate the argument and specific claims in the text. (RI.8)

Reading:

Students will read the informational text Would You Marry a Stranger? Students will answer text based questions.

-Pen/pencil

-Marry a Stranger

-questions

Students will write an informative/explanatory essay. (W.10.1)

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

 

Writing: Students will write an MLA style essay with a text based prompts:

According to the text, arranged marriages are marriage agreements between the parents and the child’s spouse. How do these marriages work and what are the reasons are an arranged marriage?  Use evidence from the text to support your answer.

-Marry a Stranger passage

-paper

-prompt

-pen/pencil

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying common and proper nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will complete the interactive notebook page on hard and fast rules for commas.

-interactive notebook pages

-scissors

-glue

-colors

-notebook

 

 

 

Thursday, September 21

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 33 of the bell work packet. Section 33 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will be given sentences with blanks and they will have to fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words.

 

-vocabulary handout

-pen/pencil

 

Reading: Students will take a literary term test.

-paper

-pencil/pen

-letter handout  

Students will write an informative/explanatory essay. (W.10.1)

Students will choose relevant facts and information to support the topic. (W.10.2.b)

 

Writing: Student will finish their MLA style essay.

 

-pencil/pen

-essay article

-paper

 

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying different plural nouns.(L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will add a page on hard and fast rules for commas in their interactive notebook.

-grammar interactive notebook

-scissors

-glue

-colors

 

 

 

Friday, September 22

Objectives

Activities

Materials

Students will demonstrate a command of the conventions of standard English. (L.10.2)

Bell Work: Students will complete section 34 of the bell work packet. Section 34 is ACT prep questions that focus on reading comprehension and grammar skills.

Students will turn in their homework – current event

-Bell work packet

-Bell work section of binder

-Pencil/pen

Students will acquire and use general academic words.

(L.10.6)

Vocabulary: Students will use their vocabulary words to make analogies.

-power words

-pencil

Students will cite strong textual evidence to support analysis of the text. (RI.10.1)

Students will determine the central idea of the text. (RI.10.2)

Students will determine the purpose of the text. (RI.10.6)

Students will evaluate the argument and specific claims in the text. (RI.8)

Reading: Students will answer discussion questions on the text, Would You Marry a Stranger?  The students will participate in a class discussion.

 

-pen/pencil

-Students will finish an essay.(W.10.2)

Students will type their essay in MLA style from the previous day. (computer lab)

Writing:  Students will type their essay in MLA style from the previous day. (computer lab)

 

-paper

-essay prompt

-pencil/pen

Students will demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar by identifying plural nouns. (L.10.1)

Grammar: Students will practice recognizing, identifying, and using commas.

-Grammar practice handout

 

 

*Other Activities – These activities may be added as needed

-Text based writing on News ELA article. Students would have to answer a question in paragraph form using a passage of text. Students will have to cite evidence.

-Vocabulary Heads up – Students will review their vocabulary using a game. The whole class will participate in helping students try and find out what word is on their head using the definition, part of speech, or synonyms and antonyms.