ENG II * World Literature

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ENG II – World Literature
UNIT ONE – THE SHORT
STORY
PA G E S 1 - 2 7 6 I N T E X T
PARALLEL READING:
SHORT STORIES BY
TOLSTOY
 Strategize
 Organize
 Achieve
by being
READY
RESPONSIBLE
RESPECTFUL
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)
Notebook
 Tab 1 – Bellwork/Homework/Journal
 Tab 2 – Handouts
 Tab 3 – Vocabulary / Notes
 Tab 4 – Inventory
 Tab 5 – Returned Work
English II
Mon
Week 1
August 15-19
Week 2
August 22-26
Week 3
Aug. 29 – Sept.2
Week 4
Welcome
Introduction to
the course
September 12 - 16
Week 6
September 19 – 23
Tues
Wed
Civil Peace by
Chinua Achebe
64 - 71
The Masque of
the Red Death by
Poe 73 - 83
When Mr. Pirzada
Came to Dine by
Jhumpa Lahiri
123 - 140
Labor Day
School Closed
The Book of the
Dead by
Edwidge Danticat
157 - 170
Writer’s workshop
quiz
quiz
Midway
Test
Everyday Use by
Alice Walker
186 - 197
Reading
Inventory Due
Fri
quiz
Lullaby by Leslie
Marmon Silko
247 - 257
To Catch the
Moon by Cofer
218 - 228
Short Story by
Tolstoy
Thurs
The Californian’s
Tale by Mark
Twain 17 - 27
The Open
Window by Saki
10 -16
An Astrologer’s
Day by R.K.
Narayan 54-62
September 5- 9
Week 5
Unit 1: Short Story
quiz
quiz
Unit Test
Unit Test
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
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.)
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
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
Literary Terms:
Story Elements
Character
Setting
Theme
Plot
Conflict
Genre
Satire
Myth
Comic/ Comedy
Tragic/ Tragedy
Author’s Craft
Point of View
Mood
Voice
Tone
Figurative Language
Idiom
Literary Elements
Irony
Characters?
Characters are the
people and
animals in a story.
 Terms:
 Characterization
 Static
 Dynamic
 Round
 Flat
 Protagonist
 Antagonist
What is
Setting?
Setting is the
time and
place of a
story.
What is
Plot??
What is
Theme?
 Theme is
the main
idea of a
story.
Idea
 Central Idea
 Universal
Theme
 The plot is the
events of a
story.

Exposition

 Main




Conflict: The problem in
the story.
 External or internal
 person vs person,
person vs nature,
person vs self.
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
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
What is
Point of View?
 Point of View is the
perspective from which a
story is told.
 The 4 Types of
Point of View:
 1st person
 2nd person
 3rd
 3rd
limited
omniscient
What is
Voice?
 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 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, lighthearted, playful, sarcastic,
etc.
What is Mood?
 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 an
Idiom?
 An Idiom is a
phrase in common use
that can not be
understood by literal
or ordinary meanings.
What is
Irony?
 Irony is the
contrast between
appearance and
reality or what is
expected and what
actually happens.
 Dramatic
 Situational
 Verbal
Selected Readings
Parallel Reading – any short story by Tolstoy.
The Open Window by Saki
Read pages 10 -16
Vocabulary page 11 – terms, definitions and write a sentence
Complete questions on pages 15 and 16
When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine by Jhumpa Lahiri
Read pages 123 - 140
Vocabulary page 124 – terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on pages 139 and 140
The Californian’s Tale by Mark Twain
Read pages 17 - 27
Vocabulary page 18 – terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on pages 26 and 27
The Book of the Dead by Edwidge Danticat
Read pages 157 - 170
Vocabulary page 158– terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on pages 169 and 170
An Astrologer’s Day by R.K. Narayan
Read pages 54-62
Vocabulary page 55 – terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on pages 61 and 62
Everyday Use by Alice Walker
Read pages 186 - 197
Vocabulary page 187– terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on pages 169 and 170
Civil Peace by Chinua Achebe
Read pages 64 - 71
Vocabulary page 65– terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on page 71
To Catch the Moon by Cofer
Read pages 218 - 228
Vocabulary page 219 – terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on pages 227 and 228
The Masque of the Read Death by Poe
Read pages 73 - 83
Vocabulary page 74 – terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on pages 82 and 83
Lullaby by Leslie Marmon Silko
Read pages 247 - 257
Vocabulary page 248– terms, definitions and write a sentence
Do questions on pages 256 and 257
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
Vocabulary
All Terms
with
Glenco
Stories
AND …
Intention
Assurance
Humor
Hesitation
Skepticism
Jealous
Resentful
Doubtful
Sincere
Dramatic
Who Are You?
Email: ___________________
Name you go by :______________
Birthday: __________________
Favorite Food:______________
Fav. Music Genre: ____________
Fav. Subject in School: _________
Hobbies, Activities, Job … : _______
________________________
__________________________
Parent/ Guardian Names , Phone #s:
_______________________________
_______________________________
_______________________________
Period # ____
Please draw a picture of yourself
in the space provided.
Full Name: _____________________
 Nature
 Big Cities
 dogs
 Cats
 books
 Movies
 sweet
 salty
 casual
 dress up
 inside
 Outside
 Onstage
 in the audience
performing
 Sports
watching
 Academics
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•
•
•
Small Town
Reptiles
Audio Book
sour
shabby
Both
Back stage
working
• Both
PRE QUIZ
Knowing the Central Character
Reading the Lines
Character’s Words
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 Character’s Actions
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 Author’s Statements
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Reading Between the Lines
Subtle Clues from the Author
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Background knowledge from
previous experiences with
similar characters.
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Reading Beyond the Lines
My inferences based on
reading____________________
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 Author’s perspective on
character
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 Other character’s perspectives
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 Personal Connections
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