• 12th Grade – British Literature


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Beowulf Religious Influences Literary Elements open ended question open ended question The Nun The Wife 12th Grade – British Literature
TIME CONTENT/THEME CORE GOALS/SKILLS ASSESSMENT SUGGESTED RESOURCES
1st Marking Period The Emergent Period • Elements/Themes of Emergent Literature • Unit Test w/ open ended question • Beowulf
• Religious Influences, Hero, Exile • Content and application • The Seafarer
• Literary Devices • Extension Activities • The Wanderer
• Sound techniques: alliteration, assonance • Collins quizzes/activities • The Wife’s Lament
• Figurative language: Conceit, oxymoron, • The Riddles
apostrophe
• Literary structure: kenning, caesura
• Literary Elements
• Imagery, conflict, characterization
• Literary Genres
• Non-fiction: riddles
• Poetry: lyric, narrative (epic), elegy
• The General Prologue (TCT)
The Medieval Period • Unit Test w/ open ended question • The Nun’s Priest’s Tale
• Elements of Medieval Literature
• Quest, Medieval Hero, Courtly Love • Content and application • The Pardoner’s Tale
• Extension Activities • Sir Gawain
• Literary Devices
• Collins quizzes/activities • Morte d’Arthur
• Sound techniques: rhyme, meter, scansion
• Figurative language: metaphor, satire, • The Twa Corbies
allusion, • Barbara Allan
• Literary Structure: heroic couplets, • Lord Randall
iambic pentameter, frame • Get Up and Bar the Door
• Literary Elements
• Imagery, point of view, tone
• Literary Genres
• Non-Fiction: speech, autobiography,
narrative journal, essay
• Poetry: romance, ballad
Persuasive Writing (Summer
• Five-paragraph composition
Reading) • Writing Process
• Text Citation
Independent Reading Assignment
• Writing Assignment
• Book 1 for Lit. Crit. Assignment (Hon./Adv.)
Vocabulary • Vocabulary Power Plus Book 4
• Word Acquisition and Usage • Unit Test • Sadlier-Oxford Books G, H
• Multiple Meaning/Roots • Extension Activities • Anthology Supplemental
Grammar
• Through writing activities
• Review and remediation as indicated through
student writing
12th Grade – British Literature
TIME CONTENT/THEME CORE GOALS/SKILLS ASSESSMENT SUGGESTED RESOURCES
2nd Marking Period The Renaissance • Element of Elizabethan Drama
• Literary Devices • Unit Test w. open ended question • Othello
• Sound techniques: rhyme, meter • Content and application • Much Ado About Nothing
• Structure: stanza, sonnet • Extension Activities • Sonnet 29
• Figurative language: irony, paradox, • Collins quizzes/activities • Sonnet 106
metonymy, synecdoche • Sonnet 116
• Literary Elements • Sonnet 130
• Point of view, conflict, mood, imager, • Sonnet 1
characterization, theme • Sonnet 35
• Literary Genres • Sonnet 75
• Poetry: lyric • Sonnet 31
• Drama: tragedy, comedy • Sonnet 39
The Restoration & the 18th Century
• Elements of Gothicism
• Unit Test w. open ended question
• Supernatural, melancholy, alienation • A Valediction for Mourning
• Content and application
• Literary Devices • Holy Sonnet 10
• Sound techniques: rhyme • Extension Activities • Meditation 17
• Figurative Language: metaphor, satire, • Collins quizzes/activities • To His Coy Mistress
understatement • Paradise Lost
• Literary structure: frame • Lilliput
• Literary Elements • Brobdingnag
• Character traits, setting, theme, conflict, • The Rape of the Lock
mood, symbolism
• Literary Genres
• Fiction: short story, novel excerpts
• Poetry: lyric
Independent Reading Assignment
• Writing Assignment
• Book 2 for Lit. Crit (Hon./Adv.)
• Book 1 for Lit Crit. (Regular)
Persuasive Writing
• Writing Process • Five-paragraph essay
• Text Citation
Creative Writing
• Original Sonnet
• Iambic pentameter, rhyme, form • Vocabulary Power Plus Book 4
Vocabulary • Sadlier-Oxford Books G, H
• Unit Test
• • Anthology Supplemental
Word Acquisition and Usage • Extension Activities
Grammar • Multiple Meaning/Roots
• Review and remediation as indicated through • Through writing activities
student writing
12th Grade – British Literature
TIME CONTENT/THEME CORE GOALS/SKILLS ASSESSMENT SUGGESTED RESOURCES
3rd Marking Period The Romantic Period • Elements of Romanticism • Unit Test w/open ended question • The Lamb
• Nature, emotion, individuality • Content and application • The Tyger
• Supernatural, melancholy, alienation (G) • Extension Activities • To a Mouse
• Literary Devices • Collins quizzes/activities • Tintern Abby
• Sound techniques: rhyme, meter • I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
• Figurative language: personification, • The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
simile, metaphor • Kubla Khan
• Literary Elements • She Walks in Beauty
• Imagery, tone, mood, point of view • Solitude
• Literary Genres • Ozymandies
• Poetry: lyric, ode • To the Moon
• Ode to a Nightingale
• Ode to a Grecian Urn
Independent Reading • Sense and Sensibility (multi-media)
• Book 3 for Lit. Crit. (Honors)
• Plan a project
Research • Choose and theme and create a thesis
• Locate information • Library Print Sources
• Use print and electronic sources to gather • Presentation of articles • Books, scholarly journals
articles on the author, theme and books • Submission of note-cards • Library Electronic Sources
• Evaluate the quality/importance of • Ebscohost, SIRS, Facts on File Suite
• Submission of topic and thesis
information
• Skim and determine the quality and
usefulness of information in gathered
books and articles.
• Gather data
• Takes notes
• Organize notes
• Biographical Paper
Informative Writing • Author Study
• Text Citation
• Unit Test • Vocabulary Power Plus Book 4
Vocabulary • Word Acquisition and Usage • Extension Activities • Sadlier-Oxford Books G, H
• Multiple Meaning/Roots • Anthology Supplemental
Grammar
• Through writing
• Review and remediation as indicated through
student writing
12th Grade – British Literature
TIME CONTENT/THEME CORE GOALS/SKILLS ASSESSMENT SUGGESTED RESOURCES
4th Marking Period The Victorian Period • Victorian Themes • Unit Test w/ open ended question • The Lady of Shalott
• Mad woman in the attic, place of women, • Content and application • Ah, Are you Digging on My Grave
class structure • Extension Activities • My Last Duchess
• Literary Devices • Collins Quizzes/Activities • Sonnet 43
• Sound techniques: meter, rhyme • excerpt A Tale of Two Cities
• Figurative language: understatement, • excerpt Hard Time
irony, personification, simile, allusion,
• Literary structure: foreshadowing,
flashback
• Literary Elements
• Conflict, characterization, theme, point of
view, symbolism
• Literary Genres
• Fiction: novel,
• Poetry: dramatic, lyric
• Unit Test w/ open ended question • To An Athlete Dying Young
Modernism/Postmodernism • Content and application
• Literary Devices • When I was One-and-twenty
• Literary structure: stream of • Extension Activities • The Soldier
consciousness • Collins Quizzes/Activities • Do Not Go Gentle
• Literary Elements • Araby
o Conflict, point of view, tone, • The Rocking Horse Winner
style, symbolism, irony, theme, • Lady in the Looking Glass
characterization • A Shocking Accident
• Literary Genres
• Fiction: short story
• Poetry: lyric
Literary Criticism Writing
• Final draft of paper
• Editing and Revision of Rough Draft
Vocabulary • Vocabulary Power Plus Book 3
• Unit Test •
• Word Acquisition and Usage Sadlier-Oxford Books F, G
• Extension Activities •
• Multiple Meaning/Roots Anthology Supplemental
Grammar
• Through writing
• Review and remediation as indicated through
student writing
12th Grade – British Literature
TIME CONTENT/THEME CORE GOALS/SKILLS ASSESSMENT SUGGESTED RESOURCES
ALL MARKING PERIODS Comprehension and Reading Skills • Vocabulary • Collins Activities • Teacher Modeling
For Fiction & Non-Fiction o Acquisition and use • Unit Tests • Scaffolding of Techniques
RECURSIVE • Word recognition • Writing Activities • PSSA style questions
o Root words and content words • Extension Activities • Classroom Texts
• Inferences/conclusions/generalizations
o Make inferences
o Cite supporting evidence
• Main idea/details
o Identified stated or implied main
idea
o Cite supporting evidence
• Summarization
o Summarize key details
• Genre
o Identify/analyze purpose
o Cite supporting evidence
• Interpret, compare, describe, analyze and • Collins Activities
Interpretation and Analysis evaluate components • Unit Tests
Of Fiction and Non-Fiction o Character, setting, plot, theme, • Writing Activities
tone, style, mood, symbolism • Extension Activities
o Connections between texts
• Interpret, compare, describe, analyze and
evaluate literary devices
o Examples/purpose/effectiveness
of personification, simile,
metaphor, hyperbole, satire,
imagery, foreshadowing,
flashbacks and irony
o Identify and assess effectiveness
of point of view
o Fact vs. opinion
o Bias/propaganda techniques


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