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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

Begin reading your choice book silently!

Homework: Read The Road pages 3 – 48 (Sections 1-4 on the Study Guide) by ELP Thursday… This may be increased….


Past present future monday

Past, Present, FutureMonday

  • Choice Modern Fiction novel reading

  • “There Will Come Soft Rains”

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How do these novels reflect the characteristics and themes of modern, post-modern or contemporary , post-modern, and contemporary fiction?

    • What stylistic devices and plot elements are used in these works?

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

      Plot Structure, Literary Devices & Theme

      Author’s Background & Style

      Historical Time Period

      • Setting

      • Written/Published

  • Class Novel – The Road (pages 4-10)

  • Class Novel – The Road


What is modern fiction novel monday

What is Modern Fiction? NovelMonday

Standard 2 Reading for All Purposes

Objective: You will be able to identify and explain plot elements for The Road.

Relevance: 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 novels reflect the characteristics and themes of modern, post-modern or contemporary , post-modern, and contemporary fiction?

  • What stylistic devices and plot elements are used in these works?

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


The road anticipation guide

The Road Anticipation Guide

Read through the following statements and decide whether you agree or disagree with each statement. Place an A or D in the first column to indicate what you think.

CFU 3005.8.3 Analyze how plot developments determine characters’ conflicts and dilemmas


The road novel guide monday

The RoadNovel GuideMonday

Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

  • How do these novels reflect the characteristics and themes of modern, post-modern or contemporary , post-modern, and contemporary fiction?

  • What stylistic devices and plot elements are used in these works?

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

    Plot Structure, Literary Devices & Theme

    Author’s Background & Style

    Historical Time Period

    • Setting

    • Written/Published

  • Sides 1-6

    http://www.docstoc.com/docs/document-preview.aspx?doc_id=130361277


  • The road monday

    The RoadMonday

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How do these novels reflect the characteristics and themes of modern, post-modern or contemporary , post-modern, and contemporary fiction?

    • What stylistic devices and plot elements are used in these works?

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

      Plot Structure, Literary Devices & Theme

      Author’s Background & Style

      Historical Time Period

      • Setting

      • Written/Published

        http://www.docstoc.com/docs/document-preview.aspx?doc_id=130361277

        Read pages 1 – 10

        1. What is the setting? Describe the setting.

        2. Who are there characters? Why don’t they have names? What effect does this have?

        3. Movie Stills….


    Is this how you imagined it

    Is this how you imagined it?


    The road monday1

    The RoadMonday

    • Why do they look east? Of what is light symbolic? How does he describe the land?

    • What are significant details about the gas station? What details reveal how long these two have been traveling and/or how long ago this “incident” occurred?

    • What is significant about the shopping cart? What is in it?

    • What is the purpose of the mask?

    • What does the country seem like now?

    • Why does the father read to the boy?

    • When he awoke during the night, he always touched his son. Why?

    • For the man, the boy was his “warrant” his “word of God.” What does this mean?

    • They ravel the road, but always watch the road ahead and behind for danger. What is the “the road”?


    The road monday2

    The RoadMonday

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

      Plot Structure, Literary Devices & Theme

      Author’s Background & Style

      Historical Time Period

      • Setting

      • Written/Published

  • Study Guide

    http://wordpress.as.edu.au/11advanced/files/2012/02/The-Road-Study-Guide.pdf

    Homework: Read The Road pages 3 – 48 (Sections 1-4 on the Study Guide) by ELP Thursday


  • What is modern fiction novel monday1

    What is Modern Fiction? NovelMonday

    Standard 2 Reading for All Purposes

    Objective: You will be able to identify and explain your choice modern fiction book and initial reactions to it.

    Relevance: 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 novels reflect the characteristics and themes of modern, post-modern or contemporary , post-modern, and contemporary fiction?

    • What stylistic devices and plot elements are used in these works?

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


    The road tuesday

    The RoadTuesday

    Ms. Durland out at District Meeting

    Sub Plans:

    • Attendance Hand out all 4 (front and back) pages of the Study Guide. Pass the stapler around (on table by file cabinet (for them to staple it together).

    • Tell them to be prepared for the potential of a graded discussion, collection of study guide and/or writing assignment based on the discussion.

    • Allow them time to read through page 48 ofThe Roadand complete written responses to the Study Guide Sections 1-4.


    Hook housekeeping homework thursday

    Hook, Housekeeping & HomeworkThursday

    Assume you are packing your backpack with survival gear due to an apocalyptic event that has occurred. Aside from the basic gear, what would you carry in your pack to make you feel “emotionally safe”—and why? You must not select more than five items/things that fit into the “emotionally safe” category.

    Be prepared to explain why you made the choices you did.

    • ___________________

    • ___________________

    • ___________________

    • ___________________

    • ___________________


    Past present future thursday

    Past, Present, FutureThursday

    • Introduction to Class Novel – The Road

      • Begin “Novel Guide” Graphic Organizer

      • Read pages 1- 48 and complete Study Guide Questions

    • Fishbowl Discussion

      • New Roles & assignments

    • Read through page 144 by next Thursday!

    • Complete Sections 5-11 in your Study Guide!

    • The Road – Setting

      • Continue “Novel Guide” Graphic Organizer


    What is modern fiction novel thursday

    What is Modern Fiction? NovelThursday

    Standard 2 Reading for All Purposes

    Objective:

    You will be able to identify plot elements of the novel (rising action, characters, conflict, setting/time) and to practice our oral communication and listening skills and come to a collaborative understanding of the novel. .

    Relevance: 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 novels reflect the characteristics and themes of modern, post-modern or contemporary , post-modern, and contemporary fiction?

    • What stylistic devices and plot elements are used in these works?

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


    Instruction obtain i do thursday

    Instruction: Obtain I DoThursday

    Written/Visual Journey Log

    Purpose: to identify plot elements of the novel (setting/time) Tasks:

    • Read through your assigned section

    • Note any time references, setting descriptions, rising actions (events), conflicts, and characterization

    • Create a visual image of the section

    • Select a quote from the text (one or two sentences) that best represents your section

      Outcome: understanding of rising action of the novel


    Friday

    Friday

    KEEP IN MIND

    • Read through page 144 by next Thursday!

    • Complete Sections 5-11 in your Study Guide!

      Plot Structure, Literary Devices & Theme

      Author’s Background & Style

      Historical Time Period

    • Setting

    • Written/Published

    • Objective: to obtain background knowledge for reading The Road

      • Nuclear energy, disasters, and nuclear winter

      • Author

    • Task: complete (Word Doc answers) the Scavenger Hunt by the end of the class Monday


    Next week

    Next Week

    • Go to YouTube and search “The Day After - 1983 [TV, ABC] - Nuclear Attack.” Watch the video clip and answer the following questions:

      • Describe what you think is happening in the clip.

      • How realistic do you think this video clip is?

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3XsOWPlIso

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2H1E02iMHg

    • Go to YouTube and search “Duck and Cover: U.S. Civil Defense Film (1951).” Watch the clip and answer the following questions:

      • Describe the “duck and cover” technique.

      • How affective do you think “duck and cover” is?

      • How is a nuclear attack described in the clip?

      • What are you supposed to do when the nuclear alarm goes off?

      • What do you do when there is a flash without any warning?

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsHUIxt1iMw


    What is modern fiction novel friday

    What is Modern Fiction? NovelFriday

    KEEP IN MIND

    • Read through page 144 by next Thursday!

    • Complete Sections 5-11 in your Study Guide!

      Plot Structure, Literary Devices & Theme

      Author’s Background & Style

      Historical Time Period

    • Setting

    • Written/Published


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