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Unit 2 Rubrics. English II Unit 2: Nonfiction MonTuesWedThursFri Week 7 Sept. 26 - 30 The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by Boyne Lesson 1 1-10 Pages 112.

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1 Unit 2 Rubrics

2 English II Unit 2: Nonfiction MonTuesWedThursFri Week 7 Sept The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by Boyne Lesson Pages 112 – 115 Lesson Night by Wiesel Pages 23 – 28 – fire Page 34 – never shall I forget that Night Lesson Quiz Lesson E Author’s Craft: Tone, Imagery, Flashback, Foreshadowing Compass Learning Assignment Lab H110 Living Well. Living Good. – Maya Angelou – Page 321 Week 8 Oct Lesson 3 39 – 54 Homework Pages Lesson 4 pages Planning Page Descriptive Writing – Friendly Letter of Person Lesson Homework HSAP 2.1 due Quiz Rough Draft – Letter of Person Lesson 4 – E , 4.3, 4.4 DUE : Descriptive Writing – Friendly Letter of Person Lab H110 Complete Angelou Work Week 9 Oct Lesson 5 Pages Lesson 5 Pages 116 – 125 Homework NIGHT – Review for Test View the Art 1 Midway Test p Compass Learning Assignment Lab H110 Straw into Gold, The Metamorphosis of Everyday– Sandra Cisneros Page 382 Week 10 Oct 17 – 21 Lesson 6 Pages 150 – 160 Lesson 6 – Interview Lesson – 185 Homework 186 – 192 View the art 2 HSAP 2.2.due No School In-service Day Week 11 Oct 24 – 28 Lesson Lesson View the Art 3 Quiz View the art4 E2 3.1 Context Clues View the Art Due Lab H110 Address on the Anniversary of Lincoln’s Birth– Carl Sandberg – Pg 433 Week 12 Oct. 31- Nov. 4 Cinderella’s Stepsisters– Toni Morrison – Page 442 Planning Page Narrative Writing – Personal Essay Rough Draft Personal Essay HSAP Unit 2 set 3 due Unit Test DUE : Narrative Writing /Personal Essay E ,4.3, 4.4 Lab H110 Reading Inventory Due

3 HSAP Questions of the Day Rubric Unit 2 Set1 Due: Thurs. 10/6 Name __________________________ P# ________ 15 Questions copied 2 points each _____ 15 Correct Answers 3 points each _____ Legible barely readable 5pts Just OK 10pts 15 points total _____ In Order 10 points total ______ Typed 10 points extra credit _________ TOTAL ________

4 HSAP Questions of the Day Rubric Unit 2 Set2 Due: Thurs. 10/20 Name __________________________ P# ________ 15 Questions copied 2 points each _____ 15 Correct Answers 3 points each _____ Legible barely readable 5pts Just OK 10pts 15 points total _____ In Order 10 points total ______ Typed 10 points extra credit _________ TOTAL ________

5 HSAP Questions of the Day Rubric Unit 2 Set3 Due: Thurs. 11/3 Name __________________________ P# ________ 15 Questions copied 2 points each _____ 15 Correct Answers 3 points each _____ Legible barely readable 5pts Just OK 10pts 15 points total _____ In Order 10 points total ______ Typed 10 points extra credit _________ TOTAL ________

6 Planning Page – Friendly Letter 1.Choose one of the characters form the story The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. and write this sentence and fill in the blanks. In the story The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, Boyne uses imagery and dialog to describe ___________ as a ___________ character. 2.Imagery is used to describe this character. Copy a sentence from the story that shows how imagery is being used to describe the character. Write down the page # it is on. Then, in your own words, explain what that sentence means to the story. How does Boyne make the character stand out in your mind? 3. Dialog is also used by Boyne to develop this character. Copy a sentence about the same character that includes words the character is saying. Write down the page #. Tell how the words of the character let the reader know more about that character. 4.Repeat sentence that ends the 1 st paragraph. Invite your friend to read the story. End with a truism. 5. Save in tab 4 – Inventory

7 Amy Craig Beasley 223 Normal Town Road Greenwood, SC October 4, 2011 Dear Jane, Have you ever read a book and became interested in a character? In the novel The Hobbit, JRR Tolkien uses imagery and dialog to describe Gandalf as a unique, magical and a well known character. Imagery is used to describe Gandalf as unique. About Gandalf, Tolkien writes, “He had a tall pointed blue hat, a long grey cloak, a silver scarf over which his long white beard hung down below his waist, and immense black boots” (4). The way Gandalf is dressed is not common. Also, the length of his beard adds to his uniqueness. Through the use of dialog, I can tell that Gandalf is both magical and well known even to hobbits who do not get out much. The Hobbit Bilbo exclaims, “Gandalf, Gandalf! Good gracious me! Not the wondering wizard that gave Old Took a pair of magic diamonds that fastened themselves and never came undone until ordered?” (5). In these words exclaimed by someone who has just met him, Gandalf ‘s character is developed. He is extraordinary! If you are looking for a good novel to read, one with an especially interesting character, try Tolkien’s story The Hobbit. You just might find a character that you will enjoy reading about! All the Best, Amy

8 Rubric for the Friendly Letter (Character Described): Name:__________________ Period #: _______Date: _______ Tasks Points (0) Points (12) Points (16) Points (20)  Typed size 12 Times New Roman with proper margins  Easy to read Heading  Attractive  Rubric Attached not submitted 1 Criteria Met 2 Criteria Met All Criteria Met Friendly Letter  Heading  Date Correct  Greeting Correct  Paragraphs Correct  Salutation Correct  On Topic not submitted 1 – 2 Criteria Met 3 – 5 Criteria Met All 6 Criteria Met Evaluation  Accurate description of the selected character.  1 st Example from text  2 nd Example from text  1 st Elaboration made  2 nd Elaboration made not submitted 1- 2 Criteria Met 3 -4 Criteria Met All 5 Criteria Met The Writing Process Observed  Planning Notes  First Draft with Revisions Marked  Edited Copy - Revisions Made (changes made to the final copy) not submitted 1 Criteria Met 2 Criteria Met All Criteria Met Grammar, Spelling, and Punctuation, SAE not submitted 5 or more errors 1- 4 errors no errors Note: 10 points will be deducted for each day late.


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