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Grade 10 Unit 1: The Short Story LPSS -- Summer, 2008 1

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Holt Elements of Literature Masters Holt Elements of Language Readers Other Resources
Handbook
1 Reading (SSR) See LPSS ELA Blackboard for Reading Log,
Status of the Class, AR Guidelines, Summer
Suggested Independent Reading in the Context clues, 604, 676, 844, 921 Reading Guidelines. Other things will be added
index, 1216 on an on-going basis.
Also, 65, 147, 245, 341, 443, 515, 619, 693, Book Pass in sample from book,
799, 1017 www.books.heinemann.com/Products/E00702.
Daily Language Activities, Critical Reading aspx -- then scroll down to take a sneak peak.
transparencies, 93-116 Click on it. Scroll down to page 21 for
Teaching Advanced Students, Tips and instructions for a book pass.
Tools, 9-39
Double Entry Journals & Learning Logs,
www.maslibraries.org/infolit/samplers/spring/d
oub.html

Dialectical Journals,
www.classroommatters.com/download/dialectic
.pdf

2 Vocabulary
Vocabulary, 921-929
Daily Language Activities, Vocabulary, 27- Dictionary, 880-882
51 Connotation/Denotation, 801, 809,
Language Handbook Worksheets 922
Dictionaries, 1124 Word formation, 921-927
Vocabulary Development, vii, ix Reading Vocabulary, 928-929
Thesauruses, 136, 220
Denotation, 64, 867
Connotation, 64, 220, 330, 741, 867

3 Writing Prompts Daily Writing Prompts,


www.theteacherscorner.net/daily-writing-
Quickwrites suggestions listed in index, prompts/index.htm
1210
Power Notes, Quickwrites ppt.
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Masters Handbook

4 Grammar/Usage
Sentence Grammar Notes CD
Daily Language Activities, proofreading Variety, Think Central CD, Part I
Warm-Ups, transparencies 1-26 and 78-92 1 Fragments, 490-497, 81-83
Virtual File Cabinetpractice, remediation, Think as a Writer, 78
Assessment, review, enrichment pages Run-ons, 497-501
Fragments, 1154, 1157-1158 Think as a Writer, 88-89
Run-ons, 301, 1158 Capitalization, 310-335
Syntax problems, 576, 1154-1162 Teacher One-Stop (planning)
Language Handbook Worksheets, 85- Devel. Lang. Sk., 113-126
102, 150-152 Gram., Us.,Mech., 194-211
Subject-Verb agreement, 220, 1138-1140 Interact. Gram. W. T., 42-46
Language Handbook Worksheets, 9-19 Proofread. Trans.,
Verb Tense, 73, 1143-1144 Think as a Writer, 42-46
Language Handbook Worksheets, 25-27 Punctuation, 336-367
Pronoun/Antecedent, 1141 Devel Lang. Sk., 127-138
Language Handbook Worksheets, 35 Gram.Us.Mech., 47-51
Pronoun Case, 53, 1145-1147 Think as a Writer, 47-51
Language Handbook Worksheets, 30-33 Proofread. Trans.
Adjectives, 1137, 1147-1148 Subject-verb agree.,154-176, 193-194
Language Handbook Worksheets, 39-41 Think as a Writer, 17-21
Double negatives, Pronoun/Antecedent,176-184, 189
Language Handbook Worksheets, 43 Pronoun case, 190-215
Punctuation, 1166-1175 Think as a Writer, 22-26
Language Handbook Worksheets, 111- Adjectives, 56-59
140 Think as a Write, 32-36
Capitalization, 1162-1166 Modifiers, 256-279
Language Handbook Worksheets, 106- Double Negative, 300-303
110 Spelling, 422-451
Think as a Writer, 67-71
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Masters Handbook

5 Understanding Elements of Short Story Analyzing short story, 707-745 Transparencies, 24- Defining characterization,
Short Story (def), 1117. Novel (def), 1114 Think as a Writer,46-57 25 www.readwritethink.org/lesson_images/lesson8
Analyzing a Short Story, 516 Reading a Short 00/characterization.pdf
Resources for Teaching Advanced Story, 105, 110-13 Characterization in Literature,
Students, 124-130 Fiction Organizer, http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/content/2331
Character, 84-85 279 Developing Critical & Analytical Thinking
Holt Reading Solutions, 450-455 Plot, 280, 281, 314 about Literary Characters,
Workshop Resources, 147 Summary Notes, 302 www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.as
Writing a Description of a Person, Sequence notes, 303 p?id=773
Family Story String, 317 Suggested Literature for Teaching Plot,
Involvement, 21 www.readwritethink.org/lesson_images/lesson8
Character Interactions, 122 02/booklist.pdf
Holt Leveled Library Teachers Guide, Definition/explanation of theme
graphic organizers315,316, 317, 323 www.readwritethink.org/lesson_images/lesson8
Fine Arts Tranparencies, Collection 2 00/theme.pdf
The Opportunity, 86
Everyday Use, 102
Holt Reading Solutions, 57-64
Vocabulary Development, 7
The Holt Reader, graphic organizer, 66
See also, Holt Reader Teachers Manual
Two Kinds, 124
Vocabulary Development, 8
Holt Reading Solutions, 71-77
Plot, 2-3, 1109, 1115
Visual Connections,Collection 1
Fine Arts Transparencies, Collection 1
The Colomber, 4
Contents of the Dead Mans Pocket, 14
Holt Reading Solutions, 31-36
Vocabulary Development, 1
The Holt Reader, graphic organizer, 27
See also, Holt Reader Teachers Manual
Setting, 54
The Pedestrian, 56
Holt Reading Solutions,49-55
By the Waters of Babylon, 174
Holt Reading Solutions, 85-92
The Holt Reader, 82-101
See also, Holt Reader Teachers Manual
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Resources for Teaching Advanced
Students, 78-80
Theme, 13, 264, 302
Holt Reading Solutions, 456-461
The First Seven Years, 266
Catch the Moon, 281
The Holt Reader, 116-132
See also, Holt Reader Teachers Manual
The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant, 281
Where Have You Gone, Charming Billy?
780
The Holt Reader, 269-274
See also, Holt Reader Teachers Manual
Resources for Teaching Advanced
Students, 163-166
6 Flashback and Its Effect Flashback, Note-taking, 946-947 Flashback, 373
Flashback, 3, 1111 2
The Leap, 41
Vocabulary Development, 3
Night Calls, 656
7 Comparison of Character Composition Character Literary Analysis, 725-734 Focus on character, Telling a Characters Story,
Holt Reading Solutions, 468-473 Comparison, 124, http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/content/3285
Character Profile, 620-627 3 126-129
Everyday Use, 102 Character
Resources for Teaching Advanced Development Chart,
Students, 68-70 280
Two Kinds, 124 Character Map, 336
Resources for Teaching Advanced Inference Chart, 340
Students, 71-73 Comparison/Contrast
Catch the Moon, 281 Order, 65
The Bass, the River and Sheila Mant, 291 Focus on Compar/
Vocabulary Development,20 Contrast, 148-149
Writing a Comparison Essay, 331 Two Novel Map, 362
Workshop Resources,xvi, 48-55,110-
114,141
8 Irony and What Its Not Lit. Analysis Irony, 720 Irony, 376
Lamb to Slaughter, 378 Peer Review,
Vocabulary Development, 26 4
The Holt Reader, 148-165
See also, Holt Reader Teachers Manual
Holt Reading Solutions, 153-160
Resources for Teaching Advanced
Students, 104-106
Holt Assessment: Lit., Read., Vocab., 97
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9 Interpreting Figurative Language Vocab. Card, Figurative language, 564-577 Figurative Lang.,
Figurative Language, 557-558 5 Think as a Writer, 7 404, 427
Holt Reading Solutions, 462 Irony, 376
Figurative Language, Family Involvement in Symbolism, 383
English, 7 Flashback, 373
Contents of a Dead Mans Pocket, 14 Imagery, 430
The Pedestrian, 57
The Secret Garden, 167
Catch the Moon, 281
The Bass, The River and Sheila Mant, 291

10 Symbolism Figurative Lang., Symbolism


Reinforcing Symbolism: Family 404, 427 www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.as
Involvement Activities in English, 8 Symbolism, 383 p?id=272
Through the Tunnel, 476
The Masque of the Red Death, 494
Visual Connections, Collection 6
Fine Art Transparencies, Collection 6
Holt Reading Solutions, 199-203
Resources for Teaching Advanced
Students, 118-120
Holt Assessment: Lit., Read., and Vocab.,
122
11 Comparing Two Short Stories Comparison Comparison/contrast 596-599, 602- Comparison/Contrast
Holt Reading Solutions, 468-473 Checklist, 603, 606-613 Order, 65
Irony and Ambiguity, 362 6 Think as a Writer, 15-22 Focus on Compar/
The Possibility of Evil, 364 Contrast, 148-149
Symbolism & Allegory, 460 Two Novel Map, 362
The Rat Trap, 462
Writing a Comparison Essay, 331
Holt Assessment: Lit,Read. And Vocab.,
74
Workshop Resources, 48-55,110-114,141

12 Tracing Theme Theme, 714, 720, 743 Focus on theme, 134, Definition/explanation of theme
Theme Collection, 266-279 136- www.readwritethink.org/lesson_images/lesson8
Fine Art Transparencies, Collection 4 39, 164, 166-69, 00/theme.pdf
The First Seven Years, 266 350,
Catch the Moon, 281 384
The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant, 291 Theme Organizer,
Holt Reading Solutions, 121-134 349
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13 Recurrent Themes Expository Universal theme, 743
Comparison of Media Genres, 447-448 Essay
Comparing a Play and a Film, 1018-1025 Checklist,
And of Clay Are We Created, 304 8
Holt Reading Solutions, 135-140
Vocabulary Development, 21
Resources for Teaching Advanced
Students, 91-93
If Decency Doesnt 334
Good Semaritans 336
14 Writing a Short Story Writing Short Stories, 735-737 Sequence notes, 303 Rules for writing a short story from Time
Analyzing a Short Story, 516 Story String, 317 Magazine,
Workshop Resources, 56 Storyboard, 316 http://fictionwriting.about.com/od/shortstorywri
Writing a Short Story, 694-701 ting/a/shortstoryrules.htm
Workshop Resources, 84-91, and 151 See ELA Blackboard: Rubrics.