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12 th Standards. 1. Oral Expression and Listening 1. Effective speaking in formal and informal settings requires appropriate use of methods and audience awareness 2. Effective collaborative groups accomplish goals 2 . Reading for All Purposes

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12 th standards

12th Standards

1. Oral Expression and Listening

1. Effective speaking in formal and informal settings requires appropriate use of methods and audience awareness

2. Effective collaborative groups accomplish goals

2. Reading for All Purposes

1. Literary criticism of complex texts requires the use of analysis, interpretive, and evaluative strategies

2. Interpreting and evaluating complex informational texts require the understanding of rhetoric, critical reading, and analysis skills

3. Writing and Composition

1. Style, detail, expressive language, and genre create a well-crafted statement directed at an intended audience and purpose

2. Ideas, evidence, structure, and style create persuasive, academic, and technical texts for particular audiences and specific purposes

3. Standard English conventions effectively communicate to targeted audiences and purposes

4. Research and Reasoning

1. Independent research designs articulate and defend information, conclusions, and solutions that address specific contexts and purposes

2. Logical arguments distinguish facts from opinions; and evidence defines reasoned judgment


Hook housekeeping homework monday

Hook, Housekeeping & HomeworkMonday

Truth is stranger than fiction: 2 Truths, 1 Lie

Which one is the lie about Anthony?

  • My dog was recently run over; his name was Dupstep.

  • I’m a fairly good hand raver, yet I’ve never been to a rave.

  • I’m a former rugby player that played for the Denver Lions.

    No Questions

    Reminder: for everyday an assignment is late it is docked 10%, stopping at 5 days

    Homework: If you have not already done so,

  • finish your modern fiction creative imitation for TOMORROW


Past present future monday

Past, Present, FutureMonday

  • Analysis of “A Cat in the Rain” & “Little Things” and notes

  • Creative imitation writing time

  • Peer feedback


What is modern fiction short stories monday

What is Modern Fiction? Short StoriesMonday

Standard(s) 3. Writing and Composition

1. Style, detail, expressive language, and genre create a well-crafted statement directed at an intended audience and purpose

Objective: you will be able …

  • Develop a coherent short story that imitates the characteristics of modern fiction

    Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How does my own writing mimic the characteristics of modern literature?


Instruction obtain we do you do activities monday

Instruction: Obtain We Do- You Do ActivitiesMonday

Purpose/Objective: to develop coherent story that imitates the characteristics of minimalist modern fiction

What are the characteristics of minimalist fiction?

Tasks: Write an original work of fiction that imitates the minimalist style used in the story “Little Things”

  • Read through the assignment and criteria

  • Brainstorm a list of topics involving human interaction

    Loss, a meeting, a first impression, a moment of fear, a goodbye

  • Write (and SAVE)

    Outcome/DOL: A PRINTED draft of an original piece for a peer to evaluate


What is modern fiction short stories monday1

What is Modern Fiction? Short StoriesMonday

Standard(s) 3. Writing and Composition

1. Style, detail, expressive language, and genre create a well-crafted statement directed at an intended audience and purpose

Objective: you will be able …

  • Develop a coherent short story that imitates the characteristics of modern fiction

    Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How does my own writing mimic the characteristics of modern literature?

      HOMEWORK: A PRINTED draft of an original piece for a peer to evaluate


Hook housekeeping homework tuesday

Hook, Housekeeping & HomeworkTuesday

Catch up from Monday

Write and Peer Edit

Peer Edit Due no later than Thursday!


Hook housekeeping homework thursday

Hook, Housekeeping & HomeworkThursday

Creative Fiction for “Little Things” AND Peer Feedback DUE !

Truth is stranger than fiction: 2 Truths, 1 Lie

Which one is the lie about Ernesto?

  • I have a dog named Jayden.

  • I am sponsored for playing Call of Duty.

  • I want to become a police officer.

    Returns

    Reminder: for everyday an assignment is late it is docked 10%, stopping at 5 days

    Homework: If you have not already done so,

  • finish reading & journal entry


Past present future thursday

Past, Present, FutureThursday

  • Creative imitation writing time & peer feedback

  • Read and visualize “A Country Doctor”

  • Creative Fiction


What is modern fiction short stories thursday

What is Modern Fiction? Short StoriesThursday

Standard 2 Reading for All Purposes

Standard 1 Oral Expression and Listening

Objective: you will be able to read and respond to a work of modern fiction

  • By visualizing the characters, setting, and action

  • Identifying confusing details

  • Making a predictions

  • Discussing ideas

    Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

  • How do these short stories reflect the the characteristics and themes of modern fiction?

  • What social or historical events seem to have influenced these works?


Anticipatory quick write

Anticipatory Quick Write

  • Write about a situation you cared deeply about but felt unable to control. What was it, how did it feel?


Activity develop thursday

Activity: DevelopThursday

Purpose/Objective: to read and respond to a work of modern fiction

  • By visualizing the characters, setting, and action

  • Identifying confusing details

  • Making a predictions

    Tasks:

  • Read the opening scene, paying close attention to descriptive imagery and action.

  • Draw the image and setting it creates for you. (Don’t worry about drawing skill, just get in details that represent your image of the setting and action so far.)

  • Continue reading to “Doctor, let me die.”

  • Discuss: What forces seem to be out of the doctor’s control? What different things stand in the way of his fulfilling his duties and responsibilities?

  • In your notebook, make a prediction about what is going to happen in the story. What leads you to make that prediction?

    Outcome/DOL:

    Complete a first reading of the story, for a general understanding of the story

    Create at least 3 entries in your dialectical journal, using it to make a list of elements you find confusing and need help dealing with


  • Instruction obtain

    Instruction: Obtain

    Franz Kafka

    • 1883-1924, Austrian novelist

    • Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia to a Jewish family

    • Insurance by day, author by night

    • Tuberculosis, sanitarium 1922

    • The Metamorphosis (1915)

    • Works reveal nightmarish aspects of modern life

    • Protagonists often must confront an indifferent power with whom they cannot communicate

    • Traps the reader in the consciousness of a narrator who clearly and objectively reports bizarre occurrences

    • “A Country Doctor” illuminates 3 favorite themes:

    • The nature of human beings

    • Their relationship to the society in which they live

    • The responsibility that they owe to themselves and to others


    Activities develop apply we do thursday

    Activities: Develop & ApplyWe Do Thursday

    Purpose: to come to a better understanding of the short story “A Good Country Doctor” and practice our large group discussion skills

    Tasks:

    • Form into a fishbowl discussion group – sit where you can see and hear your partner (typically across the bowl from him/her)

    • Make sure you have appropriate materials out (short story, writing utensil, other notes, Observation Form)

    • Observer – use the Observation Form to document how often your partner is on or off task with the discussion and record reflection notes (plus, check, minus)

    • Speaker – participate in the conversation by posing and responding (with supporting evidence) to questions that analyze the components of the story (characters, setting, point of view, conflict, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution, and theme) - REFER TO THE TEXT WHEN RESPONDING

    • Switch!

    • Turn in the completed Observation Form at the end of the discussions

      Outcome: a better understanding of the story and of the expectations for large group discussions


    What is modern fiction short stories thursday1

    What is Modern Fiction? Short StoriesThursday

    Objective: you will be able to read and respond to a work of modern fiction

    • By visualizing the characters, setting, and action

    • Identifying confusing details

    • Making a predictions

    • Discussing ideas

      Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

      DOL: What are the characteristics of Kafka’s fiction?

      Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How do these short stories reflect the characteristics and themes of modern fiction?

    • What social or historical events seem to have influenced these works?

      Homework: If you have not already done so,

  • finish reading & journal entry


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