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1 UNIT ONE – THE SHORT STORY PAGES IN TEXT PARALLEL READING: SHORT STORIES BY TOLSTOY ENG II – World Literature

2 Strategize Organize Achieve by being READY RESPONSIBLE RESPECTFUL

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6 Required Materials:  A 2” Three-Ringed Binder  Five Dividers for the binder  Loose Leaf Notebook Paper (3 or 4 packs)  3 Prong folder  Pencils/Black Ink Pens  Flash Drive (strongly recommended)

7 Notebook Tab 1 – Bellwork/Homework/Journal Tab 2 – Handouts Tab 3 – Vocabulary / Notes Tab 4 – Inventory Tab 5 – Returned Work

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9 English II Unit 1: Short Story MonTuesWedThursFri Week 1 August Welcome Introduction to the course The Open Window by Saki The Californian’s Tale by Mark Twain quiz Week 2 August An Astrologer’s Day by R.K. Narayan Civil Peace by Chinua Achebe quiz Week 3 Aug. 29 – Sept.2 The Masque of the Red Death by Poe When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine by Jhumpa Lahiri quiz Midway Test Week 4 September 5- 9 Labor Day School Closed The Book of the Dead by Edwidge Danticat Everyday Use by Alice Walker quiz Week 5 September To Catch the Moon by Cofer Lullaby by Leslie Marmon Silko quiz Week 6 September 19 – 23 Short Story by Tolstoy Writer’s workshop Reading Inventory Due Unit Test

10 Assessments: Participation Friendly Letter Descriptive Writing Essays Character Sketches Common Assessments Quizzes Unit Tests Reading Inventory Outside Text: Any short story by Tolstoy NOTE: SEE READING SELECTIONS

11 Grading Scale Major Assignments 60% (include but not limited to: tests, projects, writing assignments, essays, unit assessments, research, etc.) Minor Assignments 40% (include but not limited to: chapter assessments, small essays and writing assignments, quizzes, vocabulary, daily work, homework, classwork, etc.)

12 Power Standards: E2-1.2 point of view E2-1.4 character, setting, plot, conflict, theme E2-5.3 descriptive writing (place) E2-4.1, 4.3, 4.4 organization, multiple paragraphs, SAE conventions

13 Reading Comp. Skills : Visualize Mapping a passage (Main points and sequence) Context Clues Grammar Highlights: Clause and the Phrase Avoid the comma splice Rewrite and combine sentences

14 Literary Terms: Story Elements Character Setting Theme Plot Conflict Author’s Craft Point of View Mood Voice Tone Irony Literary Elements Genre Satire Myth Comic/ Comedy Tragic/ Tragedy Figurative Language Idiom

15 Characters? Characters are the people and animals in a story. Terms:  Characterization  Static  Dynamic  Round  Flat  Protagonist  Antagonist Setting is the time and place of a story. What is Setting?

16 What is Theme? Theme is the main idea of a story.  Main Idea  Central Idea  Universal Theme The plot is the events of a story.  Exposition  Conflict: The problem in the story. External or internal person vs person, person vs nature, person vs self.  Rising Action  Climax  Falling Action  Resolution What is Plot??

17 Genre? Genre is type of literature Myth: This is a traditional tale about gods, goddesses, heroes, and other characters. Satire is writing that uses humor to ridicule or criticize individuals, ideas, or institutions in hopes of improving them. Comedy or comic Tragedy or tragic

18 What is Point of View? Point of View is the perspective from which a story is told. The 4 Types of Point of View:  1 st person  2 nd person  3 rd limited  3 rd omniscient Voice is the distinctive use of language that conveys the personality of the author or the narrator to the reader. In grammar terms… Voice: This describes whether transitive verbs have the subject performing the action, or receiving the action. What is Voice?

19 What is Tone? Tone is attitude Tone is the writer’s attitude or feeling towards his or her subject, audience, events, or characters. Tone may be ironic, pessimistic, serious, light- hearted, playful, sarcastic, etc. Mood is state of mind or feeling. The way the writer wants the reader to feel. Mood is the overall emotion that the reader depicts from the work. A work may make a reader feel sad, happy, angry, joyful, optimistic, inspired... What is Mood?

20 What is an Idiom? An Idiom is a phrase in common use that can not be understood by literal or ordinary meanings. Irony is the contrast between appearance and reality or what is expected and what actually happens.  Dramatic  Situational  Verbal What is Irony?

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22 Selected Readings Parallel Reading – any short story by Tolstoy. The Open Window by Saki Read pages Vocabulary page 11 – terms, definitions and write a sentence Complete questions on pages 15 and 16 The Californian’s Tale by Mark Twain Read pages Vocabulary page 18 – terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on pages 26 and 27 An Astrologer’s Day by R.K. Narayan Read pages Vocabulary page 55 – terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on pages 61 and 62 Civil Peace by Chinua Achebe Read pages Vocabulary page 65– terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on page 71 The Masque of the Read Death by Poe Read pages Vocabulary page 74 – terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on pages 82 and 83 When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine by Jhumpa Lahiri Read pages Vocabulary page 124 – terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on pages 139 and 140 The Book of the Dead by Edwidge Danticat Read pages Vocabulary page 158– terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on pages 169 and 170 Everyday Use by Alice Walker Read pages Vocabulary page 187– terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on pages 169 and 170 To Catch the Moon by Cofer Read pages Vocabulary page 219 – terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on pages 227 and 228 Lullaby by Leslie Marmon Silko Read pages Vocabulary page 248– terms, definitions and write a sentence Do questions on pages 256 and 257

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24 Vocabulary terms to know from the Glenco text for unit one The Open Window by Saki 1. Self-possessed 2. Duly 3. Infirmity 4. imminent The Californian’s Tale by Mark Twain 1. Predecessor 2. Solace 3. Sedate 4. Imploring 5. boding An Astrologer’s Day by R.K. Narayan 1. Enhance 2. Impetuous 3. Paraphernalia 4. Piqued 5. incantation Civil Peace by Chinua Achebe 1. Commandeer 2. Amenable 3. Retail 4. Fortnight 5. Edifice The Masque of the Read Death by Poe 1. Profuse 2. Countenance 3. Wanton 4. Spectral 5. Blasphemous When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine by Jhumpa Lahiri 1. Ascertaining 2. Austere 3. Impeccably 4. Imperceptible 5. Intimidation The Book of the Dead by Edwidge Danticat 1. Interject 2. Mesmerize 3. Vulnerability 4. Eradicate 5. Testament Everyday Use by Alice Walker 1. Sidle 2. Furtive 3. Oppress 4. Doctrine To Catch the Moon by Cofer 1. Harass 2. Makeshift 3. Vintage 4. Decapitate 5. Relic Lullaby by Leslie Marmon Silko 1. Arroyo 2. Crevice 3. Sparse 4. Distortion

25 Vocabulary All Terms with Glenco Stories AND …

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28 Who Are You? Period # ____ ___________________ Name you go by :______________ Birthday: __________________ Favorite Food:______________ Fav. Music Genre: ____________ Fav. Subject in School: _________ Hobbies, Activities, Job … : _______ ________________________ __________________________ Parent/ Guardian Names, Phone #s: _______________________________ Please draw a picture of yourself in the space provided. Full Name: _____________________

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30 Nature dogs books sweet casual inside Onstage performing Sports Big Cities Cats Movies salty dress up Outside in the audience watching Academics Small Town Reptiles Audio Book sour shabby Both Back stage working Both

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34 Knowing the Central Character Reading the LinesReading Between the LinesReading Beyond the Lines Character’s Words __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Character’s Actions __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Author’s Statements __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Subtle Clues from the Author __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Background knowledge from previous experiences with similar characters. __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ My inferences based on reading____________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Author’s perspective on character __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Other character’s perspectives __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Personal Connections __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________


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