Topic: Poetry Subject: ELA Grade 12 Key Learning: Poetry

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Topic: Poetry
Subject: ELA Grade 12
Key Learning: Poetry expresses the human emotions through a variety of forms,
elements and devices.
Unit Essential Question: How do poetic elements and structures contribute to
meaning and appreciation?
Concept(s): Literary
Elements and Devices
Concept(s): Poetic Forms
and Structure
Concept(s): Interpretation
1.2.11.A, 1.3.11.C, 1.3.11.D, 1.3.11.F, 1.4.11.A,
1.6.11.A, 1.6.11.B, 1.6.11.D, R11.B.1.1.1,
R11.B.2 .1 .1
1.3.11.C, 1.3.11.F, 1.4.11.A, R11.B.2.1.1
1.1.11.G, 1.3.11.C, 1.3.11.F, R11.A.1.3.1,
R11.A.1 . 3 . 2, R11.A.1.4.1, R11.A.1.6.1,
R11.A.1.6.2, R11.B.1.1.1, R11.B.2.1.1,
R11.B.2.1.2
Lesson Essential
Questions: How do the
elements of poetry
contribute to the poems
meaning? (ET)
Lesson Essential
Questions: How does the
structure of poetry
contribute to its meaning?
(ET)
Lesson Essential
Question: How do we
accurately interpret a
poem? (ET)
Vocabulary:
Literary Elements and Devices
imagery, satire, allegory,
symbolism, paradox, mood,
tone, theme, hyperbole,
oxymoron, idiom, apostrophe,
literal language, figurative
language, personification,
simile, metaphor (implicit,
explicit, extended)
Poetic Devices
irony (dramatic, situational,
and verbal), parody, allusion,
stanza, refrain, speaker
Sound Devices
assonance, consonance,
alliteration, rhyme, internal
rhyme, rhythm, onomatopoeia,
meter, repetition, cacophony
Vocabulary:
epic, pastoral, elegiac, ballad,
sonnet, limerick, free verse,
blank verse, couplet, meter
(iambic pentameter, trochaic,
etc.), stanza
Vocabulary:
analyze, symbolism,
metaphor, speaker, audience,
diction, imagery
Topic: Poetry
Subject: ELA Grade 12
Key Learning: Poetry expresses the human emotions through a variety of forms,
elements and devices.
Unit Essential Question: How do poetic elements and structures contribute to
meaning and appreciation?
Concept(s): Writing Poetry
1.2.11.C, 1.4.11.A
Lesson Essential Question:
How do I use literary elements,
devices, and sound devices in order to
create poetry? (ET)
Vocabulary:
analyze, symbolism, metaphor,
audience, diction, imagery
Poetic Devices
irony (dramatic, situational, and verbal),
parody, allusion, stanza, refrain, speaker
Sound Devices
assonance, consonance, alliteration,
rhyme, internal rhyme, rhythm,
onomatopoeia, meter, repetition,
cacophony
Topic: Non-fiction
Subject: ELA Grade 12
Key Learning: Non-fiction writing contains ideas, beliefs, and values of a particular
individual or culture.
Unit Essential Question: How does non-fiction literature contribute to our
understanding of an individual or a culture?
Concept(s): Purpose of the Concept(s): Text
Text
Structures
Concept(s): Analysis of
Text
1.3.11.A, 1.1.11.A, 1.2.11.D, 1.1.11.E,
R11.B.1.1.1, R11.A.2.1.1, R11.A.2.2.2,
R11.A.2.6.1, R11.A.2.6.2
1.1.11.A, 1.1.11.E, 1.2.11.A, 1.2.11.D,
R11.B.3.1.1, R11.B.3.3.4
R11.A.2.6.1, R11.A.2.6.2, R11.B.3.1.1,
R11.B.3.1.1, R11.B.3.3.4, R11.A.2.1.1,
R11.A.2.2.2
Lesson Essential
Questions:
How does an author’s
genre allow readers to
evaluate the author’s
implicit purpose?
Lesson Essential
Questions:
How does the organization
of a text allow readers to
make inferences about the
text?
Lesson Essential
Question:
How can we use author’s
purpose and text
structures to analyze nonfiction?
Vocabulary:
genre, author’s implicit
purpose
Vocabulary:
table of contents, index,
glossary, heading, subheadings, chapters
Vocabulary:
analysis, sequence, causeeffect, problem-solution,
description/ listing
Topic: Drama
Subject: ELA Grade 12
Key Learning: Drama contains elements that reflect the people of a particular
culture.
Unit Essential Question: What does drama contribute to our understanding of
people? How do dramatic conventions enhance our understanding?
Concept(s): Dramatic
Conventions
Concept(s): Responding to Concept(s): Dramatic
Drama
Form
1.3.11.A, 1.3.11.B, 1.3.11.C
1.2.11.A, 1.3.11.A,
1.1.11.D, 1.2.11.A, 1.3.11.A, 1.3.11.B
Lesson Essential
Questions: How do
dramatic conventions
impact a play? (A)
Lesson Essential
Questions: How do we
relate to the themes of
Shakespeare or other
playwrights? (A) Why are
Shakespearean characters
still relevant today? (A)
Lesson Essential
Question:
How do the characters,
setting and themes in
Shakespeare or other
plays reflect their
meaning or era? (A)
Vocabulary:
characterization, stage
directions, aside, soliloquy,
dramatic irony
Vocabulary:
social commentary,
historical value, purpose
Vocabulary:
one-act, tragedy, comedy,
history, blank verse, farce,
iambic pentameter, act,
scene
Topic:
Fiction
Subject: ELA Grade 12
Key Learning: Literature contains elements that entertain, influence, and reflect a
particular culture.
Unit Essential Question: What do we learn from reading works of literature from
various eras? How do we comprehend fiction?
Concept(s):Literary Analysis
Concept(s): Relevance and Response
1.2.11.A, 1.2.11.B, 1.3.11.A, 1.3.11.B, 1.3.11.F,
R11.B.1.1.1, R11.B.2.1.1
1.1.11.D, 1.1.11.G, 1.2.11.A, 1.3.11.A, 1.7.11.A,
1.7.11.B, 1.7.11.C, R11.A.1.2.1, R11.A.1.3.1, R11.A.
1.6.1
Lesson Essential Questions:
How do the various components of
fiction contribute to the overall meaning
of literature? (A) How does
understanding literary devices help one
analyze and evaluate the author’s
purpose? (A)
Lesson Essential Questions:
How do I find meaning and relevance in
a work of literature? (ET)
Vocabulary:
symbolism, tone, theme, figurative
language, imagery, analyze, evaluate
Vocabulary:
inferences, text connections
Topic: Vocabulary
Subject: ELA Grade 12
Key Learning: Knowing and using a variety of words improves communication.
Unit Essential Question: How does expanding our vocabulary impact our
knowledge?
Concept(s): Connotation
Concept(s): Etymology
1.7.11.B, R11.A.1.1.1, R11.A.2.1.1
1.7.11.A, 1.7.11.C, R11.A.1.1.1, R11.A.2.1.1
Lesson Essential Questions:
How does language influence
stereotyping? (A)
Lesson Essential Questions:
How does the English
language change over time?
(A)
Vocabulary: etymology,
Oxford English Dictionary
Vocabulary: connotation,
denotation, bias, stereotype
Topic: Research and Writing
Subject: ELA Grade 12
Key Learning: Research and writing techniques allow the writer to gather, evaluate,
organize, compose, and present information with properly cited evidence.
Unit Essential Question: How do I write complex informational pieces and
persuasive essays which include a clearly stated position and support for my thesis
including properly cited evidence?
Concept(s): Locating and
Evaluating Sources
Concept(s): Primary vs.
Secondary Sources
1.1.11.A, 1.2.11.B, 1.6.11.F, 1.8.11.A, 1.8.11.B
1.2.11.B, 1.4.11.B, 1.2.11.A, R11.B.3.3.1,
R11.B.3.3.2, R11.B.3.3.3
Concept(s): Using Critical
Reading to Gather
Information
R11.B.3, R11.B.1
Lesson Essential
Questions: How do we
follow the necessary
research techniques to
complete a research
paper? (ET)
How do I evaluate the
information?
(ET)
Lesson Essential
Question:
What is the difference
between primary and
secondary sources? (A)
How do we analyze
primary and secondary
sources? (ET)
Lesson Essential
Questions: How do we use
critical reading to
strengthen our
understanding of
information and inform
our writing? (ET)
Vocabulary: electronic
sources, print media,
credibility, search engine,
evaluate, analyze, deduce
Vocabulary: primary
source, secondary source,
validity, bias, propaganda
Vocabulary: validity, bias,
propaganda, claim,
argument
Topic: Research and Writing
Subject: ELA Grade 12
Key Learning: Research and writing techniques allow the writer to gather, evaluate,
organize, compose, and present information with properly cited evidence.
Unit Essential Question: How do I write complex informational pieces and
persuasive essays which include a clearly stated position and support for my thesis
including properly cited evidence?
Concept(s): Write
complex informational
and persuasive pieces
Concept(s): Organization
1.5.11.A, 1.5.11.B, 1.5.11.D, 1.5.11.E, 1.5.11.F,
1 .6.11.A, 1.8.11.C, R11.A.2.3.2, R11.A.2.5.1
1.4.11.B, 1.4.11C, R11.B.1
Lesson Essential
Questions: How do I form
both a working and final
thesis statement that will
clarify the research
process? (ET)
How do I explain,
interpret, compare,
describe, analyze, and/or
evaluate connections
between texts? (ET)
Vocabulary: hypothesis,
thesis statement, synthesize,
infer, argument, cite
evidence, thesis, paraphrase
Concept(s): Revision and
the Quality of Writing
1.5.11.A, 1.5.11.B, 1.5.11.C, 1.5.11.D, 1.5.11.E,
1.5.11.F, 1.5.11.G, 1.8.11.C
Lesson Essential
Question:
How do I explain,
interpret, describe, and/or
analyze the use of facts
and opinions to make a
point or construct an
argument in nonfictional
text? (A)
Lesson Essential
Questions: How do I
revise writing to improve
style, word choice,
sentence variety and
subtlety of meaning after
rethinking how questions
of purpose, audience and
genre have been
addressed? (ET)
How do I edit writing
using the conventions of
language and mechanics?
(ET)
Vocabulary: thesis, claim,
evidence, evaluate, infer,
deduce, marginalia, Word
document, works cited
Vocabulary: style, diction,
sentence variety, audience,
format
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