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1 English II– World Literature Unit Two – Nonfiction Living Well. Living Good. – Maya Angelou – Page 321 Straw into Gold, The Metamorphosis of Everyday– Sandra Cisneros Page 382 Address on the Anniversary of Lincolns Birth– Carl Sandberg – Page 433 Cinderellas Stepsisters– Toni Morrison – Page 442 Night by Elie Weisel – Media Center Book The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne – Media Center Book

2 Assessments Quizzes __ Sept 29, Oct. 6, Oct. 27 – a few pop quizzes will be given too View The Art – 4 works _____ pgs. 323, 384, 433, 444 __ Final Due Oct. 28 HSAP Questions of the Day Unit 2 Set 1 _____ Due October 6 Unit 2 Set 2 _____Due October 20 Unit 2 Set 3 _____ Due November 3 Midway Unit 2 Test ____ Oct. 13 E , 4.3, 4.4 Descriptive Writing /Person __ Due Oct. 7 E ,4.3, 4.4 Narrative Writing Personal Essay ___Due Nov. 4 Reading Inventory ___Due Nov 3 Unit Test ____Nov. 3 Participation – on time and in time and in class (working in desk before the bell rings), prepared (id, books/journal/notebook/paper/pen), on task (note- taking, reading, working on assignments as they are given…), responsible, respectful. Keep 100% [ Standards:

3 Standards Unit 2 E2 1.5 Authors Craft: Tone, Imagery, Flashback, Foreshadowing E , 4.3, 4.4 Descriptive Writing – Friendly Letter of Person E2 3.1 Context Clues E ,4.3, 4.4 Narrative Writing /Personal Essay

4 Study these Literary Elements Authors Craft or Literary devices : These are the tools and techniques of language that authors use to convey meaning. Skilled use of literary devices brings richness and clarity to a text. Tone: This is the attitude that an author takes toward the audience, the subject, or a character. Imagery: This uses sensory images to help readers to picture a person, a place, or an event. This is the use of language that appeals to the five senses--touch, taste, smell, hearing, and sight. Flashback: This is a scene, a conversation, or an event that interrupts the present action to show something that happened in the past. Foreshadowing: This is the use of hints in written works about what will happen later. Context Clues: These are in the text surrounding a word and give hints for the meaning of the word. Irony: This is the contrast between appearance and reality or what is expected and what actually happens. Simile: This is a comparison of two unlike things using the terms "like" or "as". Personification: This is a type of figurative language in which human qualities are given to nonhuman things. To Describe : to tell about

5 Authors Craft or Literary devices : Tone: Imagery: Flashback: Foreshadowing: Context Clues: To Describe : These are the tools and techniques of language that authors use to convey meaning. Skilled use of literary devices brings richness and clarity to a text. This is the attitude that an author takes toward the audience, the subject, or a character. This uses sensory images to help readers to picture a person, a place, or an event. This is the use of language that appeals to the five senses--touch, taste, smell, hearing, and sight. This is a scene, a conversation, or an event that interrupts the present action to show something that happened in the past. This is the use of hints in written works about what will happen later. These are in the text surrounding a word and give hints for the meaning of the word. To tell about Study these Literary Elements

6 English II Unit 2: Nonfiction MonTuesWedThursFri Week 7 Sept The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by Boyne Night by Wiesel Pages 23 – 28 –fire Page 34 – never shall I forget that Night Pages Quiz E2 1.5 Authors Craft: Tone, Imagery, Flashback, Foreshadowing Compass Learning Assignment Lab H110 Week 8 Oct Planning Page Descriptive Writing – Friendly Letter of Person HSAP Unit 2 set 1 due Quiz Rough Draft – Letter of Person E , 4.3, 4.4 DUE : Descriptive Writing – Friendly Letter of Person Lab H110 Week 9 Oct Living Well. Living Good. – Maya Angelou – Page 321 Midway Test Compass Learning Assignment Lab H110 Week 10 Oct 17 – 21 Straw into Gold, The Metamorphosis of Everyday– Sandra Cisneros Page 382 HSAP Unit 2 set 2 due No School In-service Day Week 11 Oct 24 – 28 Address on the Anniversary of Lincolns Birth– Carl Sandberg – Pg 433 Quiz E2 3.1 Context Clues View the Art Due Lab H110 Week 12 Oct. 31- Nov. 4 Cinderellas Stepsisters– Toni Morrison – Page 442 Planning Page Narrative Writing – Personal Essay HSAP Unit 2 set 3 due Unit Test Rough Draft Personal Essay DUE : Narrative Writing /Personal Essay E ,4.3, 4.4 Lab H110

7 Reading Selections Living Well. Living Good. ~ Page 321 Memoir Theme Draw Conclusions about Authors Beliefs Interpret Analogies Write a Character Sketch Apply Tone Note: Groups will choose one of the stories. Present the story in PPT. Must define all terms listed above and in the story, and present character, plot, theme, setting, narrator, voice. Essential questions and the voc that corresponds to the work. Cinderellas Stepsisters ~ Page 442 Authors Purpose Parallelism Analogy Identify Problem and Solution Context Clues Write a Letter Apply Repetition Address on the Anniversary of Lincolns Birth– Page 433 Quotation Persuasion Distinguish Fact and Opinion Denotation and Connotation Write an Analytical Essay Biographical Sketch Write an Evaluation Straw into Gold … ~ Page 382 Thesis Authors Purpose Analyze Text Structure Context Clues Analogies Write a Cookbook Write a reflective Essay

8 Unit Test Literary Focus/Elements– Memoir, Theme, Thesis, Authors Purpose, Quotation, Persuasion, Parallelism, Analogy (Student should be able to define these terms and identify and explain how they are being used in a given text). Reading Skills and Strategies - Draw Conclusions about Authors Beliefs, Interpret, Analyze Text Structure, Distinguish Fact and Opinion,, Identify Problem and Solution (Student should be able to use these skills). Vocabulary– Connotation, Denotation, Word Origin, Analogies, Academic vocabulary and new words: meticulous, commodious, convivial, scenario, inhibit, intuitively, taboo, paradox, imperative, turbulent, emancipation, valor, fetish, dominion, deflect, emanate, abstraction (Student should be able to define these terms and identify and explain how they are being used in a given text). Writing– Write a Character Sketch, Apply Tone, Write a Cookbook, Write a Reflective Essay, Write a Letter, Apply Repetition, Write an Analytical Essay, Write a Biographical Sketch, Write an Evaluation Unit Two – Nonfiction Living Well. Living Good. – Maya Angelou – Page 321 Straw into Gold…– Sandra Cisneros Page 382 Address on the Anniversary of Lincolns Birth– Carl Sandberg – Page 433 Cinderellas Stepsisters– Toni Morrison – Page 442 Night by Elie Weisel – Media Center Book

9 1. Tone 2. Imagery 3. Flashback 4. Foreshadowing 5. Context Clues 6. Memoir 7. Theme 8. *Thesis 9. Authors Purpose 10. Quotation 11. Persuasion 12. Parallelism 13. Analogy * Review from unit 1 Literary Elements

10 Vocabulary 11. Emancipation 12. Valor 13. Fetish 14. Dominion 15. Deflect 16. Emanate 17. Abstraction 1. Meticulous 2. Commodious 3. Convivial 4. Scenario 5. Inhibit 6. Intuitively 7. Taboo 8. Paradox 9. Imperative 10. Turbulent

11 Essential Questions What are the types of nonfiction? What are the motivations for writing nonfiction? What are the three types of essay? What motivates a writer to write an essay? What Makes Writing Convincing? Why is it important when writing nonfiction to consider your audience? How does autobiography differ from fiction, why might a writer choose to write about himself or herself, and how creative can the writer be?

12 Describe this Painting. How does it relate to the tiles of this literary work by Angelou?

13 Diego Rivera ( ) was one of Mexicos greatest artists, Rivera created and displayed his works in public places, so they could be view by his favorite subjects – common workers. Describe this painting. How could it be related to the title of the literary work by Cisneros?

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15 What qualities of Abraham Lincoln does this picture emphasize?


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