ENGLISH II
WORLD
LITERATURE
Unit 2: European Literature
UNIT 3:EUROPE
November and December
Monday
Boyne 1
Boyne 7b - 8
Wiesel 23-28 ; 34
Boyne 13-14
Tuesday
29
Boyne 2- 3
5 Election Day
No School
12
Boyne 15-16
HSAP 3.2 DUE
19
Wednesday
Boyne 4 -5
Boyne 9-10
Boyne 17-18
Thursday
Boyne 6
7a
HW3. 1 due
Quiz
HSAP 3.1 DUE
HW 3.2due
Quiz
Boyne 11-12
HW 3.3due
Test 3.1
Boyne 19 - 20
Friday
Letter
Lab F236
Lab F236
Formal Summary with
citation
Lab F236
Constructed
Response
Thanksgiving Holidays
26
HW 3.4due
Quiz
3
HSAP 3.3 DUE
HW 3.5 due
Quiz
Lab F236
PPT
10
HSAP 3.4 DUE
HW 3.6 due
Test 3.2
Lab F236
Unit 3 Portfolio Due
17 Essay Quiz
Lab F236
Extended Response
Winter Holidays
In Class Reading – Macbeth, Night ,The Boy in the Striped PJs “Throne of Blood” Akira
Kurosawa (compare to Macbeth)
At Home –Text Book Assignments (Required) - Novel from the Unit 3 Selection List (Extra
Credit)
Standards
• R.1 Cite Evidence and make inferences. (Page 40 CCM)
• L.1 Conventions of Standard American English. Demonstrate
variety in sentence structure (Page 54 CCM)
• SL.2 Integrate multiple sources of information (Page 50 in
CCM)
• W.4 Writing for a purpose (Page 46 CCM)
College and Career Ready Students:
 Demonstrate Independence
 Build Strong Content Knowledge
 Respond to the Varying Demands of Audience, Task, Purpose,
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and Discipline.
Comprehend as Well as Critique.
Value Evidence.
Use Technology and Digital Media Strategically and Capably.
Understand Other Perspectives and Cultures.
Assignments
Each Unit, you will have a number of quizzes and tests
HSAP Bell Work is due bi-weekly
Homework is due each Thursday
A Writing Portfolio – This Unit, Your Portfolio should include:
1. Formal Summary With Citation
2. Letter – (Friendly or Business)
3. Constructed Response – Short Essay
4. Extended Response
5. PPT
6.
Grammar Notes/ Reading Notes and Response…. will also be graded.
Europe
3.1– Short Story
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Saki The Open Window Page 12
3.2- Legend
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Sir Thomas Mallory from Le Morte d’Arthur - Page 904
3.3 – Novel
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Cervantes from Don Quixote Page 927
3.4 – Poetry- Choose ONE Poet
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Shakespeare – Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day? Page 488
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Solzhenitsyn - A Storm in the Mountains Page 506
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William Butler Yeats – Down By the Salley Gardens and He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven Page 459
3.5- Drama
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Anton Chekhov A Marriage Proposal Page 822
3.6-Myth
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Edith Hamilton Thesus Page 968
Homework 3.1
Biography (10) and Preview (11):
Pages
10 -14
Read the Bio on page 10– List 3 Facts
Read the Preview on Page 11 - List 3 facts
Vocabulary (11):
Copy and define the vocabulary and the literary element on page 11:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Self-possessed
Duly
Infirmity
Imminent
Flashback
Saki
Read Carefully : … The Open Window by Saki Pages12- 14
Characters and Setting : List and describe the characters and the setting
Constructed Response : In a constructed paragraph, write about how irony is used in this
story.
(At least 7 sentences)
Constructed Response
1.
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3.
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6.
7.
8.
Intro sentence (In your first sentence,
name the author, the poem, and the
topic of your paragraph)
Define the literary element of your
focus.
Include a quote that revels the element.
Include another quote.
List what you learn or gain experience
wise through the use of this element.
Give details from the text to support #5
statement.
Give your personal opinion about how
effective the use of this literary element
is to the poem and tell why you think as
you do by describing the overall effect
the use of this element has on the story.
End with a Truism that relates.
Saki uses irony in his
short story entitled The
Open Window.
Homework 3.2
Biography and Preview:
Read the Bio on page 902– List 3 Facts
Read the Preview on Page 903 - List 3 facts
Pages
902-909
Vocabulary :
Copy and define the vocabulary and the literary element on page 903:
1. Abashed
2. Inscribe
3. Ignoble
4. Tumultuous
5. Prowess
6. Dialogue
Read Carefully :
Sir Thomas Mallory
the passage from
Le Morte d’Arthur by Malory Pages 904 - 909
Characters and Setting : List and describe the characters and the setting
Constructed Response : In a constructed paragraph, write about one of the characters.
(At least 7 sentences)
Homework 3.3
Biography and Preview:
Read the Bio on page 925– List 3 Facts
Read the Preview on Page 926- List 3 facts
Pages
925 -934
Vocabulary :
Copy and define the vocabulary and the literary element on page 497:
1. Interminable
Miguel de Cervantes
2. Renown
3. Redress
4. Discourteous
5. Enmity
6. Parody
Read Carefully : … the passage from Don Quixote by Cervantes Pages 927-934
Characters and Setting : List and describe the characters and the setting
Constructed Response : In a constructed paragraph, write about one of the characters.
(At least 7 sentences)
Homework 3.4
Choose One Poet
Biography and Preview:
Read the Bio on page ______– List 3 Facts
Read the Preview on Page________- List 3 facts
Vocabulary :
Copy and define the vocabulary and the literary element on page
_____
1. ….
______Read Carefully :Poems ______________ by________Pages _______
Summary: Summarize the poem
Constructed Response : In a constructed paragraph, write about how a literary element is used in the poem.
(At least 7 sentences)
Homework 3.5
Biography and Preview:
Read the Bio on page 820– List 3 Facts
Read the Preview on Page 821- List 3 facts
Pages
820 -833
Vocabulary :
Copy and define the vocabulary and the literary element on page 821:
1. Impudence
2. Oblivious
3. Farce
Anton Chekhov
Read Carefully : … A Marriage Proposal by Chekhov Pages 822 - 833
Characters and Setting : List and describe the characters and the setting
Constructed Response : In a constructed paragraph, write about one of the characters.
(At least 7 sentences)
Homework 3.6
Biography and Preview:
Read the Bio on page 968– List 3 Facts
Read the Preview on Page 969 - List 3 facts
Pages
968 -975
Vocabulary :
Copy and define the vocabulary and the literary element on page 969
1.
2.
3.
4.
Contemptible
Endear
Confinement
Image Archetype
Edith Hamilton
Read Carefully : … Theseus translated by Hamilton Pages 970 - 975
Characters and Setting : List and describe the characters and the setting
Constructed Response : In a constructed paragraph, write about how point of view is
being used in this story.
(At least 7 sentences)
Unit 3 - Vocabulary and Literary Elements
Study for Quizzes and Tests
1. Extended Response
2. Constructed
Response
3. Sequence
4. Analyze Plot
5. Author’s Purpose
6. Point of View
7. First Person Point of
View
8. Second Person Point
of View
9. Third Person Limited
10. Third Person
Omniscient
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26.
27.
Self-possessed
Duly
Infirmity
Imminent
Flashback
Abashed
Inscribe
Ignoble
Tumultuous
Prowess
Dialogue
Interminable
Renown
Redress
Discourteous
Enmity
Parody
28. Impudence
29. Oblivious
30. Farce
31. Contemptible
32. Endear
33. Confinement
34. Image Archetype
35. Irony
36. Inferences