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Grade 10 MP #2 ELA

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GRADE 10 MP # 2 ELA
Monday, 11/23
B1
Journal Q:
What is a platitude? Give at least one example from the reading.

Objective: TSW
analyze Battersby's style in “Every Second Counts”
IOT
compose an original work which draws on idioms and platitudes and imitates author's style.

Formative Assessment
Monday, 11/23 B3 & Wednesday, 11/25 B1 & Monday, 11/30 A1, A3 & A4

Journal Q:
Listen to the song and identify the tone (author’s feelings toward the subject) and mood (your feelings)?
Objective:

TSW
analyze Battersby's style in “Every Second Counts”
IOT
compose an original work which draws on idioms and platitudes and imitates author's style.
Agenda:
Journal and objective
Listen to a selection of music
After each song class will discuss
What is the tone?
Where or is there a shift(s) in tone?
What mood does the song put you in?
Read, annotate and explain tone(s) and mood
Listen to song and discuss...
When the lyrics are put to music does the tone(s) and mood change?
What was the song's theme and purpose?
Formative Assessment
Homework
Formative Assessment
Write a paragraph explaining what mood the song "Killing in the Name of" puts you in as a listener.
Use text evidence to explain your reasoning.
Agenda:
Journal & objective
Turn in TPCASTT (Cloudy Day or Sad Child)
Check Collections Workbook for homework
Platitude pair work
Analyze your example with partner
Explain the literal and figurative meaning
Discuss platitudes, discuss and define a similar piece of figurative language -- idiom.
Class discussion on the purpose of these sayings.
Why authors make the stylistic choice to use these pieces of figurative language?
Pair work to create a list of stylistic elements found in Battersby’s review.
You must provide text evidence and should be prepared to share with the class.
Idiom:
a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language
Every language has its own collection of wise sayings. They offer advice about how to live and also transfer some underlying ideas, principles and values of a given culture / society. These sayings are called "idioms" - or proverbs if they are longer. These combinations of words have (rarely complete sentences) a "figurative meaning" meaning, they basically work with "pictures".
Examples:
A hot potato
A penny for your thoughts
Actions speak louder than words
Add insult to injury
An arm and a leg
At the drop of a hat


For an audience of your peers, compose a review of Macbeth.
Incorporate an idiom or platitude and 2 other elements of Battersby’s style into your review. One to two paragraphs.

Objective:

TSW
listen to a selection of songs and identify tone(s) and mood
IOT
read and annotate a song to determine tone(s) and mood.
Objective:

TSW
listen to a selection of songs and identify tone(s) and mood
IOT
read and annotate a song to determine tone(s) and mood.
Homework
Wednesday, 11/25/15 & Monday 11/30/15
Read Barbara Kingsolver’s essay "Called Out" in Collections
Collections online: my.hrw.com
NEW username: asingle4 & password: ENGLISH10
and take notes on the author’s stylistic elements (figurative language, connotation, syntax, and diction). Be ready to discuss and complete lesson using the reading.
Music Selection
"Happy" Pharrel Williams
"Stiches" Shawn Mendes
"Headlines" Drake
"Bully" Shinedown
"Get up, Stand up" Bob Marley
"Killing in the Name Of" Rage Against the Machine
Wednesday, 11/25/15
B3

Journal Q
: What is the theme of KITNO? How does the tone help the audience to recognize the theme? Use support from annotations.
Objective:

TSW
read and annotate poems
IOT
analyze how tone, mood, and figurative language are used to reinforce theme.
Objective:

TSW
read and annotate poems
IOT
analyze how tone, mood, and figurative language are used to reinforce theme.
Agenda:
Journal and objective.
Turn in homework.
Form groups.
Read and annotate poems.
Complete chart and share with class.
Other groups take notes.
Discussion on purpose of tone, mood, and figurative language.
How do these elements help reinforce theme?
How does tone and mood work together?
Formative assessment.
Decide what poems best represents topic.
Homework
Formative Assessment
Which of the poems do you feel best represents the topic of racial inequality? Support you answer with references to tone, mood, figurative language, and theme.
Tuesday, 12/1 & Wednesday, 12/2
Journal Q
:
What is one literary element Kingsolver utilized in her essay, "Called Out?" What was its effect on the reader?
Objective
:
TSW

analyze and identify the literary techniques in "Called Out"
IOT

compose an original work encompassing Kingsolver's style.

Objective: TSW
analyze and identify the literary techniques in "Called Out"
IOT
compose an original work encompassing Kingsolver's style.
Agenda:
Journal and Objective
Take out notes from HW
Class discussion
What are some literary techniques used by Kingsolver? How do these techniques affect you as the reader? What was author's purpose and the essay's theme?
Students in groups of four
Use provided chart to identify author's stylistic choices in "Called Out"
Share findings with the class
Formative Assessment
Homework
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
In one to two paragraphs write about the environment in which you live. Use your analysis to imitate Kingsolver’s style in "Called Out." There should be at least 3 of her stylistic elements present in your work.
Honors:
Two paragraphs minimum and five elements.
Homework
Read Atwood's short story "Gertrude Talks Back." Complete chart provided to use next lesson.
Thursday, 12/3/15 B1 & B3
Friday, 12/4/15 A1 & A4
To do:
Turn in Kingsolver Classwork chart/assessment paragraph
Keep Gertrude chart!
EVEN IF I ALREADY SIGNED OFF ON IT --
If you are changing levels for English next year - up or down, come see me w/ your pink sheet (A1 & A4 - this is a MUST bc Guidance is here today)
If you are staying the same - just leave your chart out on your desk & I'll come around.
Start SSR

25 minutes of silent reading to earn your 15 classwork points
10 minutes to write your entry to earn your 35 SSR/Journal points
Date
Name/author of text
Page ____ - ____
Option # (1-14 on your green sheet -- summary is not an option!)
Green sheet on the wiki if you lost it
singleadelman.pbworks.com
Check the Grade 10 page
Thursday, 12/3/15 & Friday 12/4/15
Journal Q
:

Why does Atwood use an excerpt from Hamlet to introduce her story? How does this stylistic element affect the reader?
Objective
:

TSW

review "Gertrude Talks Back" and brainstorm

IOT

create an original short story using Atwood's style.
Objective
:

TSW

review "Gertrude Talks Back" and brainstorm

IOT

create an original short story uses Atwood's style.
Agenda:
Guidance - A1 & A4
SSR
Journal and Objective
Turn in notebooks! Note that the grades on your interim will NOT reflect your notebook scores.
Take out HW & Atwood story
Complete brainstorm chart
Compose a short story utilizing Atwood's style
Turn in HW, brainstorm chart, & original story for teacher to review and provide feedback before PBA
SSR to start
A3: You will NOT be doing SSR today; you need to catch up from Wednesday.

Drill: Answer the question in the last row of your chart. In your journal, clearly write "SKIPPED SSR & DRILL - 12/4/15" and then write your objective

Objective: TSW
review "Gertrude Talks Back" and brainstorm
IOT
create an original short story using Atwood's style.
Friday, 12/4/15
Objective: TSW
review "Gertrude Talks Back" and brainstorm
IOT
create an original short story using Atwood's style.
Agenda:
Journal & objective
Formative assessment from last class
You have 10 minutes. Those with ET have 15 minutes.
Read "Gertrude Talks Back" and complete the chart individually
We need 20 minutes at the end to discuss the chart & explain your HW
Your HW is a resource for the PBA we will start Tuesday.
If you want it for when you begin, email it by Monday morning to asingle@bcps.org; otherwise, bring it Tuesday and we'll get it back to you by Thursday which is PBA day 2.
Homework
Complete brainstorm chart
Compose a short story utilizing Atwood's style
Story would be what is emailed if you want to have it on Tuesday
Monday, 12/7/15
& Tuesday, 12/8/15

Objective: TSW
analyze author's style in Margaret Atwood's "My Life as a Bat"
IOT
compose an original narrative mimicking Atwood's style

PBA Day 1 Agenda:
Turn in any stories you'd like Mrs. K to evaluate for you to use in your PBA narrative writing
Begin PBA
While you may use any of the work we have completed up to this time to assist you; we cannot answer any questions. Neither can your peers!
The story is in the Collections text, pages 70-74
Read first, then complete the chart analyzing Atwood's piece.
I would suggest you take notes as you read if you notice Atwood using any particular literary strategies/devices.
Notes:
PBA packets STAY IN THE CLASSROOM at all times or you will receive a zero for the assessment grade
Grading will be done with the PARCC Narrative rubric, as shown in your packet and as used on your Nacirema work
Journals won't be used until Th/F for SSR
Wednesday, 12/9/15
Objective: TSW
analyze author's style in Margaret Atwood's "My Life as a Bat"
IOT
compose an original narrative mimicking Atwood's style

PBA Day 2

Agenda:
Remember, while you may use any of the work we have completed up to this time to assist you; we cannot answer any questions. Neither can your peers!
The story is in the Collections text, pages 70-74
You should be working on laying out your own story today. Feel free to be more extensive than the brainstorm guide if needed. It's okay to outline or use an alternate organizer style of your own creation. Once you're ready, start writing!
Notes:
PBA packets STAY IN THE CLASSROOM at all times or you will receive a zero for the assessment grade
Grading will be done with the PARCC Narrative rubric, as shown in your packet and as used on your Nacirema work

You have ONLY The time after SSR on Friday to finish UNLESS you have extra time per an IEP/504. Those with extra time can skip SSR (excused) to finish. We'll reverse our order, PBA work and then SSR, so that people can jump into SSR early if they finish early.
Thursday, 12/10/15
Friday, 12/11/15

25 minutes of silent reading to earn your 15 classwork points
10 minutes to write your entry to earn your 35 SSR/Journal points
Date
Name/author of text
Page ____ - ____
Option # (1-14 on your green sheet -- summary is not an option!)
Green sheet on the wiki if you lost it
singleadelman.pbworks.com
Check the Grade 10 page
SSR
Thursday, 12/10/15
Objective: TSW
analyze author's style in Margaret Atwood's "My Life as a Bat"
IOT
compose an original narrative mimicking Atwood's style

SSR then PBA Day 2

Agenda:
Remember, while you may use any of the work we have completed up to this time to assist you; we cannot answer any questions. Neither can your peers!
The story is in the Collections text, pages 70-74
You should be working on laying out your own story today. Feel free to be more extensive than the brainstorm guide if needed. It's okay to outline or use an alternate organizer style of your own creation.
Notes:
PBA packets STAY IN THE CLASSROOM at all times or you will receive a zero for the assessment grade
Grading will be done with the PARCC Narrative rubric, as shown in your packet and as used on your Nacirema work

You have ONLY The time in class on Monday to finish UNLESS you have extra time per an IEP/504. Those with extra time can stay after next week on Wed. (Tues. I'm out for PAR & Thurs. I have a meet.) or during any B lunch next week.
Friday, 12/11/15
Objective: TSW
analyze author's style in Margaret Atwood's "My Life as a Bat"
IOT
compose an original narrative mimicking Atwood's style

PBA Day 3 Agenda - Two tracks:
1) Those who have finished their PBA
1. Start with SSR
2. Reading of
The Night Face Up
, pages 171-179 in Collections w/ guiding questions on page 181. Questions due at the end of class.
2) Those who have not finished their PBA
1. Finish PBA
2. Then take 35 minutes for SSR if enough time is left (8;35 1st mod, 12:10 3rd mod, or 1:35 4th mod). If not enough time is left, bring me your notebook to excuse you
3. Start
The Night Face Up
, pages 171-179 in Collections.
If you have a hardcover text signed out or access to the online text, you can read that way at home. If you absolutely need it, I also have photocopies of the story. Your questions (page 181 or photcopied sheet) are due next class.
Monday, 12/14/15
Objective: TSW
analyze author's style in Margaret Atwood's "My Life as a Bat"
IOT
compose an original narrative mimicking Atwood's style

PBA Day 3 Agenda
1. Finish PBA
Turn in the writing ONLY stapled to the rubric
2. Start
The Night Face Up
, pages 171-179 in Collections.
If you have a hardcover text signed out or access to the online text, you can finish reading that way at home if needed. If you absolutely need it, I also have photocopies of the story. Your questions (page 181 or photcopied sheet) are due next class.
Tuesday, 12/15/15
Wednesday, 12/16/15

Write the date, the question, your 5+ line answer, and the objective for full points!
Video Journal:
How are the Aztec rituals similar to & different from religious rituals today?


Objective: TSW
analyze the author’s use of plot structure, foreshadowing, pace and tone in “The Night Face Up”
IOT
determine the author’s purpose for his stylistic choices.
https://my.hrw.com/content/hmof/language_arts/hmhcollections/resources/common/videoPlayer/index.html?shortvid=V_FLLIT_0058&title=Culture%20of%20Art%20and%20Death&page=171&imgdisplay=history
Objective: TSW
analyze the author’s use of plot
structure, foreshadowing, pace and tone in “The Night Face
Up”
IOT
determine the author’s purpose for his stylistic choices.
Agenda:
Journal & objective
Examples of parallel plot structure
What is real? What is a dream?
Discuss the effects that parallel plot structure & pacing can have on an audience or the story
Review foreshadowing & tone
Classwork
With a partner, plan a storyboard for the parallel plots of “Night Face Up.”
There should be a new frame for each switch between the two plots.
Make sure to caption frames with textual evidence, description, and/or dialogue.
Formative assessment
Analyze a selection of text from “Night Face Up” to identify the author’s stylistic choices (structure, pace, tone, foreshadowing)
Determine the author’s purpose for these stylistic choices. How do they create mystery, tension or surprise?
Rewrite that section of text changing the structure, pacing, tone, etc. Identify the new effect created by your revisions.
HW: Twitter feed assignment
Imagine that Twitter exists at the time of this story.
Create at least 10 tweets in the voice of the narrator.
Be sure to mimic the tone and pacing that Cortazar creates in this text.
Consider using quotes from the story, incorporating other characters’ twitter accounts (retweets/favorites), and including visuals.

25 minutes of silent reading to earn your 15 classwork points
10 minutes to write your entry to earn your 35 SSR/Journal points
Date
Name/author of text
Page ____ - ____
Option # (1-14 on your green sheet -- summary is not an option!)
Green sheet on the wiki if you lost it
singleadelman.pbworks.com
Check the Grade 10 page
SSR to start
Journal:
Do you think that the Aztec sacrifices were as willing to give themselves to the gods as our video from last class suggests?

Objective: TSW
analyze author's style in "The Night Face Up"
IOT
compose an original vignette mimicking Cortazar's style
Thursday, 12/17/15
Friday, 12/18/15
Agenda:
SSR
Journal and objective
America Fact vs. Fiction videos (2)
Discuss how what is portrayed by some sources is in conflict with other sources
Aztec sacrifices handout
Creative writing Formative Assessment
Assume the role of a character in the Aztec world during this period of sacrifices and mimicking Cortazar's style, write a vignette as someone witnessing or participating in the ritual sacrifices.
https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/422ae899-39d8-48a8-9252-417f45c158d8
https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/6334406a-f6cd-4ed3-a9f3-a46f45f9abdb
Objective: TSW
analyze author's style in "The Night Face Up"
IOT
compose an original vignette mimicking Cortazar's style
Objective: TSW
analyze the author’s use of plot
structure, foreshadowing, pace and tone in “The Night Face
Up”
IOT
determine the author’s purpose for his stylistic choices.
A3 Agenda:
Journal & objective
Example of parallel plot structure: The Wizard of Oz
In the film & in the story...
What is real?
What is a dream?
Classwork
Alone or with a partner, plan a storyboard for the parallel plots of “The Night Face Up.”
There should be a new frame for each switch between the two plots.
"Modern" world w/ accident & hospital
Aztec experience
Make sure to caption frames with textual evidence, description, and/or dialogue.
HW: Twitter feed assignment
Imagine that Twitter exists at the time of this story.
Create at least 10 tweets in the voice of the narrator.
Be sure to mimic the tone and pacing that Cortazar creates in this text.
Consider using quotes from the story, incorporating other characters’ twitter accounts (retweets/favorites), and including visuals.
Monday, 12/21/15
& Tuesday, 12/22/15

Journal:
Explain an event in your life, in a story, or in book that you read that turned out unexpectedly or surprised you.

Objective: TSW
read The Wife's Story and employ close reading strategies
IOT
answer questions utilizing text evidence
Objective: TSW
read The Wife's Story and employ close reading strategies
IOT
answer questions utilizing text evidence
Agenda:
Journal & objective
"The Wife's Story" in your Collections Close Reader, page 3
With a black pen or pencil number the paragraphs. There are 19.
Write “STOP” after these paragraphs:
Paragraph 1, Paragraph 5, Paragraph 8, Paragraph 15, Paragraph 19
Take out a colored pen or colored pencil and write “a hint that something bad is going to happen” at the top of the story.
As you read, circle, in that color, “a hint that something bad is going to happen”
After you have read, take out a different colored pen or colored pencil and write “describes the husband” at the top of the story.
Revisit the text and underline, in the second color, anything that “describes the husband”.
Then take out a third colored pen or colored pencil and write “Events in the story” at the top of the page.
Write in the margin, in the third color, each event you encountered as you read the story
SLAM Strategy
Questions -- you must use the SLAM strategy on each of the questions to answer them completely
Answer each in SLAM style
After Paragraph 1
What words does the narrator use to describe her husband?
What did you learn about her character?
After Paragraph 5
How has the narrator’s relationship with her husband changed?
After Paragraph 8
What happens between the father and the child?
Why does the narrator scold her child?
After Paragraph 15
What transformation has taken place?
What assumptions had you made about the characters that had to be changed?
After Paragraph 19
How has the narrator’s feelings changed toward her husband?
Objective: TSW
read The Wife's Story and employ close reading strategies
IOT
answer questions utilizing text evidence
Wednesday, 12/23/15
Monday, 1/4/16
Objective: TSW
examine artistic mediums that draw on “Ovid's Metamorphoses: Daedalus and Icarus”
IOT
interpret how art transforms source material.
Objective: TSW
examine artistic mediums that draw on “Ovid's Metamorphoses: Daedalus and Icarus”
IOT
interpret how art transforms source material.
Journal:
Does this artwork do a good job representing the text of Macbeth?
Agenda:
Journal & objective
Daedalus & Icarus reading, theme recording, & sharing
View the image “Landscape with the Fall of Icarus” by Pieter Breughel,
page 191
, complete the related section handout, & sharing
Read “Musée des Beaux Arts” by W. H. Auden,
page 190
, complete the related section handout, & sharing
Formative Assessment Prompt
Just as Auden did, write your own poem which interprets Marc Chagall’s “The Fall of Icarus.”
Poem requirements:
Minimum of 21 lines
Written in free verse
A clear interpretation of what the painting represents
Direct references to elements of the painting
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