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Standard English 10 Curriculum Map 2015-2016

Course Theme: Social Dimensions of Language


Month(s)
August

September and October

October and November

December and January

Areas to be covered
Back to Basics:
Discipline Specific Vocab
Grammar in Context
Writing
Back to Basics:
Discipline Specific Vocab
Grammar in Context
Writing
Symbology
Folklore and Mythology:
Greek and Roman Gods
and Goddesses
Fairy Tales and Ghost
Stories
Writing in context with
literature
Fairy Tale Memoir Project
Students will write a
memoir from the
perspective a fairy tale
character of their choice
Shakespeare
Dissecting a play
Life and times of
Shakespeare
Reading of Julius Caesar
Socratic Seminar
Poetry
Poetry Terminology
Writing and Reading
Poetry
Dead Poets Society
Sonnet work and readings

Standards Addressed
L. 9-10.1-6 (Vocabulary
Acquisition and Use)
W. 9-10.1-3 (Writing: Text
Types and Purposes)
L. 9-10.1-6 (Vocabulary
Acquisition and Use)
W. 9-10.1-3 (Writing: Text
Types and Purposes)
RL. 9-10.1-3 (Literature: Key
Ideas and Details)
RL. 9-10.7-10 (Literature:
Integration of Knowledge and
Ideas/Range of Reading and
Level of Text Complexity)
SL. 9-10.4-6 (Speaking and
Listening: Presentation of
Knowledge and Ideas)

Poetry
Poetry Terminology
Writing and Reading

L. 9-10.1-6 (Vocabulary
Acquisition and Use)
RL. 9-10.1-10 (All Literature
standards will be met at some

L. 9-10.1-6 (Vocabulary
Acquisition and Use)
RL. 9-10.1-10 (All Literature
standards will be met at some
point during the reading)
SL. 9-10.1-3 (Speaking and
Listening: Comprehension and
Collaboration)
W. 9-10.7-9 (Writing:
Research to Build and Present
Knowledge)
W. 9-10.3

Poetry
Dead Poets Society
Sonnet work and readings
Dissecting Informational Texts
Techniques of Propaganda
Developing Unbiased
readers and writers
Analyzing important US
documents
Critiquing Points of View
Offering suggestions
Classical Literature Project
Collaborative book project
Understanding and
analyzing classical
literature
Developing an appreciation
for classical literature

point during the reading)


SL. 9-10.1-3 (Speaking and
Listening: Comprehension and
Collaboration)
W. 9-10.7-9 (Writing:
Research to Build and Present
Knowledge)
W. 9-10.3
RI. 9-10.1-10 (All
Informational Text standards
will be met at some point
during the reading)

END OF FIRST SEMESTER


January-February

Reading The Crucible


Puritan Time Period
The Salem Witch Trials
Incorporating
Informational Texts with
Literature Texts
Fitting all the knowledge
together
Facebook Profile
Assignment
The Crucible Final Project

RL. 9-10.1-10 (All Literature


standards will be met at some
point during the reading)
RI. 9-10.1-10 (All
Informational Text standards
will be met at some point
during the reading)
W. 9-10.1-6 (Writing: Text
Types and
Purposes/Production and
Distribution of Writing)

February and March

Villain Project
Students attempt to reclaim
a classic literary/television
villain
Review of previous knowledge in
regards to terminology, grammar,
writing, and reading
OGT Practice

March and April

Reading To Kill a Mockingbird


Understanding social

SL. 9-10.4-6 (Presentation of


Knowledge and Ideas)
W. 9-10.1-6 (Writing: Text
Types and
Purposes/Production and
Distribution of Writing)
RL. 9-10.1-10
L. 9-10.1-6 (Vocabulary
Acquisition and Use)
RL. 9-10.1-10 (All Literature
standards will be met at some

injustices
point during the reading)
Developing respectable,
RI. 9-10.1-10 (All
Informational Text standards
diverse students
will be met at some point
Analyzing the social
during the reading)
situations of the novel
L. 9-10.1-6 (Vocabulary
Analyzing snippets of
Acquisition and Use)
Harper Lees biography
SL. 9-10.1-3 (Comprehension
Scout
and Collaboration)
Court scene reenactment
April and May
Reading Miss Peregrines Home
RL. 9-10.1-10 (All Literature
for Peculiar Children
standards will be met at some
point during the reading)
Understanding the social
W. 9-10.1-10 (All writing
situations of the novel
standards will be met during
Relating back to previous
this nine weeks)
lesson on folklore
Social Dimensions Research Paper L. 9-10.1-6 (Vocabulary
Acquisition and Use)
Research some dimension
SL. 9-10.4-6 (Presentation of
of society (i.e. a group of
Knowledge and Ideas)
people, a specific belief, a
seminal document)
Create an argument on how
this dimension has
influenced society
positively or negatively
Create an academic
presentation that illustrates
the research completed
(formal dress is needed)
Note: Grammar and Vocabulary will be taught throughout the entire year, so standards
will continuously be addressed and assessed.
Nine Weeks
1st Nine Weeks

Nine Weeks Projects


Project Name
Fairy Tale Memoir Presentation and
Paper (200 points)

Standards Met
W. 9-10.1-3 (Writing: Text
Types and Purposes)
RL. 9-10.1-3 (Literature: Key
Ideas and Details)
RL. 9-10.7-10 (Literature:
Integration of Knowledge and
Ideas/Range of Reading and
Level of Text Complexity)
SL. 9-10.4-6 (Speaking and
Listening: Presentation of

nd

2 Nine Weeks

Classical Literature Collaborative


Project (250 points)

3rd Nine Weeks

Villain Project (300 points)

4th Nine Weeks

Social Dimensions Research Paper


(500 points)

Knowledge and Ideas)


W. 9-10.1-3 (Writing: Text
Types and Purposes)
RL. 9-10.1-3 (Literature: Key
Ideas and Details)
RL. 9-10.7-10 (Literature:
Integration of Knowledge and
Ideas/Range of Reading and
Level of Text Complexity)
SL. 9-10.4-6 (Speaking and
Listening: Presentation of
Knowledge and Ideas)
W. 9-10.1-3 (Writing: Text
Types and Purposes)
RL. 9-10.1-3 (Literature: Key
Ideas and Details)
RL. 9-10.7-10 (Literature:
Integration of Knowledge and
Ideas/Range of Reading and
Level of Text Complexity)
SL. 9-10.4-6 (Speaking and
Listening: Presentation of
Knowledge and Ideas)
RL. 9-10.1-10 (All Literature
standards will be met at some
point during the reading)
W. 9-10.1-10 (All writing
standards will be met during
this nine weeks)
L. 9-10.1-6 (Vocabulary
Acquisition and Use)
SL. 9-10.4-6 (Presentation of
Knowledge and Ideas)