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Course Title: American Literature I I Course Number: English 2212 Prerequisites: Completion of ENG 1101 and ENG 1102 Credit hours: 3 semester hours Required Text: THE HARPER AMERICAN LITERATURE, Vol. II. 2nd Edition. Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Ed.Thomas Cooley. New York: Norton, 1999. Course Description: Works of major American authors since 1865. Course Objectives: 1. To provide an overview of American literature from 1865 to the present.
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Language Arts Lesson Plan
6th Grade Curriculum
Total Activities: 269
Chapter -"Vocabulary Skills "-Students will expand and apply
knowledge of grade level appropriate vocabulary.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Synonyms-The student will
demonstrate knowledge by determining
the meaning of synonyms from grade R6002
level appropriate vocabulary, by R6003 1
correctly choosing a given word or R6004
phrase that means the same thing, in R6005
reading activities that incorporate
explicit instruction and application.
Antonyms-The student will
demonstrate knowledge by determining
the meaning of antonyms from grade R6007
level appropriate vocabulary, by R6008
2
correctly choosing a given word or R6009
phrase that means the opposite, in R6010
reading activities that incorporate
explicit instruction and application.
Prefixes-The student will be able to
R6012
analyze and determine the correct
R6013
3 meaning of a word, based on the prefix R6014
of the root word or how the prefix is
R6015
used in the context of a passage.
Suffixes-The student will be able to R6017
4
analyze and determine the correct R6018 meaning of a word, based on the suffix R6019
of the root word or how the suffix is R6020
used in the context of a passage.
Homophones-The student will be able
to identify and select the appropriate R6022
homophone or word that sounds the R6023
5
same, based on the context of a passage R6024
which fits the best meaning of the given R6025
word or phrase.
Idioms-The student will be able to
identify and analyze the author's use of R6027
idioms, based on the context of a R6028
6
passage and how these expressions are R6029
used in literal and interpretative R6030
information.
Latin and Greek Roots-The student will
R6032
be able to identify and determine the R6033
7 meaning of unknown words, based on
R6034
the understanding of Latin and Greek
R6035
roots.
Chapter -"Process Skills: Think Alouds"-Students will apply
comprehension strategies to literary and expository texts
using think aloud prompts and scaffolded support.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Think Aloud Level 1-Use the reading
comprehension process skills of
R6107
summarizing, predicting, visualizing,
1 R6108
questioning, and clarifying with
R6110 extensive scaffolding and support,
through think aloud prompts.
Think Aloud Level 2-Use the reading
comprehension process skills of
R6111
summarizing, predicting, visualizing,
2 R6112
questioning, and clarifying with
R6113
scaffolding and support, through think
aloud prompts.
Think Aloud Level 3-Use the reading
R6114
3 comprehension process skills of
R6115 summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying to
independently read and comprehend
texts with minimal think aloud support.
Chapter -"Comprehension"-Students will apply
comprehension strategies to literary and expository texts.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Summarizing-Develop summaries,
R6041
paraphrase, or synthesize information
1 R6042
from two or more literary or expository
R6043
texts containing context clues.
Plot, Character and Setting-Analyze
and explain the impact of characters R6101
2 and settings within the plot of literary R6102
text(s), and how these relationships R6103
affect the central conflict.
Main Idea & Supporting Details - Non- R6045
Fiction-Identify, summarize, or explain
3 R6046
the main idea(s) using the supporting
R6047
details in an expository text.
Main Idea and Theme - Fiction-
Identify, summarize, or explain the R6049
4 main idea(s) or theme(s) using the R6050
supporting details and symbolism in a R6051
literary text.
Fact and Opinion-Distinguish between R6069
5 fact and opinion in an expository text or R6070
within news sources. R6071
Charts and Graphs-Read, interpret and
R6091 make predictions using charts, graphs,
6 R6092
diagrams, maps or other graphic
R6093
representations.
Cause and Effect-Identify and R6095
7 distinguish between cause and effect in R6096
expository and literary texts. R6097
Author's Purpose-Identify and use R6053
8 knowledge of the author's purpose by R6054
analyzing how the literary technique of R6055 mood contributes to the comprehension
of a literary or expository text.
Making Inferences and Drawing
Conclusions-Use knowledge,
information, and ideas from literary
texts, expository texts, or from multiple R6037
9 sources to make inferences about the R6038
text(s) (e.g., make inferences, draw R6039
conclusions, make generalizations, infer
sequence of events, and infer a
character's feelings.)
Compare and Contrast-Compare and
contrast characters, settings, ideas, R6080
10 point of view, and/or plot within varied R6081
genres that includes figurative language R6082
such as metaphors.
Chapter -"State Simulation Assessments"-Students will apply
comprehension skills to literary and expository texts that
simulate high stakes assessments.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
State Simulation Test-Students will
demonstrate knowledge of
R6116
comprehension skills on grade level
1 R6117
appropriate literary and expository
R6118
passages, with questions that simulate a
high-stakes assessment.
Chapter -"My Brooklyn Grandmother - ILA"-An integrated
literature-based chapter on generational differences and
Chinese culture engages students in a series of activities that
serve to enhance reading, writing, and thinking skills.
Lesson LA Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Before Reading-The student will
explore content through discovery and 67260
2
develop vocabulary through the use of a 67261
literature-based glossary.
During Reading-The student will
3 67262
achieve comprehension by reading literature with emphasis on vocabulary
and respond to the literature. Authentic
nonfiction literature is included.
After Reading-The student will use a
variety of strategies to comprehend
reading selections. Student uses prior
knowledge and will analyze and 67263
evaluate to make sense of texts. Student 67264
will monitor his or her own 67265
4 comprehension and act purposefully 67266
when comprehension breaks down 67267
using strategies. Student will write for 67317
different purposes and write a variety of 67318
compositions based on practical and
literary prompts and complete a
research-writing project.
Language Arts-Through learning
activities focused on recognition and
application, the student will practice 67268
5 language art skills. These activities 67269
have direct instruction, practice, and
scored assessment.
Chapter -"Far North - ILA"-An integrated literature-based
chapter on survival and friendship engages students in a series
of activities that serve to enhance reading, writing, and
thinking skills.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Teacher Materials-Teacher materials
1 67313
for Far North.
Before Reading-The student will
explore content through discovery and 67270
2
develop vocabulary through the use of a 67271
literature-based glossary.
During Reading-The student will
achieve comprehension by reading
67272
3 literature with emphasis on vocabulary
67273
and respond to the literature. Authentic
fiction literature is included.
4 After Reading-The student will use a 67274 variety of strategies to comprehend 67275
reading selections. Student uses prior 67276
knowledge and will analyze and 67277
evaluate to make sense of texts. Student 67278
will monitor his or her own 67319
comprehension and act purposefully 67320
when comprehension breaks down
using strategies. Student will write for
different purposes and write a variety of
compositions based on practical and
literary prompts and complete a
research-writing project.
Language Arts-Through learning
activities focused on recognition and 67279
5
application, the student will practice 67280
language art skills.
Chapter -"Growing Up in Coal Country - ILA"-An integrated
literature-based chapter on hard work and day to day life
engages students in a series of activities that serve to enhance
reading, writing, and thinking skills.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Teacher Materials-Teacher materials
1 67314
for Growing Up in Coal Country.
Before Reading-The student will
explore content through discovery and 67281
2
develop vocabulary through the use of a 67282
literature-based glossary.
During Reading-The student will
achieve comprehension by reading
67283
3 literature with emphasis on vocabulary
67284
and respond to the literature. Authentic
nonfiction literature is included.
After Reading-The student will use a 67285
variety of strategies to comprehend 67286
reading selections. Student uses prior 67287
4 knowledge and will analyze and 67288
evaluate to make sense of texts. Student 67289
will monitor his or her own 67321
comprehension and act purposefully 67322 when comprehension breaks down
using strategies. Student will write for
different purposes and write a variety of
compositions based on practical and
literary prompts and complete a
research-writing project.
Language Arts-Through learning
activities focused on recognition and 67290
5
application, the student will practice 67291
language art skills.
Chapter -"Lupita Mañana - ILA"-An integrated literature-
based chapter on survival and determination engages students
in a series of activities that serve to enhance reading, writing,
and thinking skills.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Teacher Materials-Teacher materials
1 67315
for Lupita Mañana.
Before Reading-The student will
explore content through discovery and 67292
2
develop vocabulary through the use of a 67293
literature-based glossary.
During Reading-The student will
achieve comprehension by reading
67294 3 literature with emphasis on vocabulary
67295
and respond to the literature. Authentic
fiction literature is included.
After Reading-The student will use a
variety of strategies to comprehend
reading selections. Student uses prior
knowledge and will analyze and 67296
evaluate to make sense of texts. Student 67297
will monitor his or her own 67298
4 comprehension and act purposefully 67299
when comprehension breaks down 67300
using strategies. Student will write for 67323
different purposes and write a variety of 67324
compositions based on practical and
literary prompts and complete a
research-writing project.Language Arts-Through learning
activities focused on recognition and
application, the student will practice 67301
5
language art skills. These activities 67327
have direct instruction, practice, and
scored assessment.
Chapter -"Poems By Langston Hughes - ILA"-An integrated
poetry-based chapter on survival and determination engages
students in a series of activities that serve to enhance reading,
writing, and thinking skills.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Teacher Materials-Teacher materials
1 67316
for Poems By Langston Hughes.
Before Reading-The student will
explore content through discovery and 67302
2
develop vocabulary through the use of a 67303
poetry-based glossary.
During Reading-The student will
achieve comprehension by reading
3 67304
poetry with emphasis on vocabulary
and respond to the poems.
After Reading-The student will use a
variety of strategies to comprehend
reading selections. Student uses prior
knowledge and will analyze and 67305
evaluate to make sense of texts. Student 67306
will monitor his or her own 67307
4 comprehension and act purposefully 67308
when comprehension breaks down 67309
using strategies. Student will write for 67325
different purposes and write a variety of 67326
compositions based on practical and
literary prompts and complete a
research-writing project.
Language Arts-Through learning
activities focused on recognition and
67310
5 application, the student will practice
67311
language art skills. These activities
have direct instruction, practice, and scored assessment.
Chapter -"Grammar - Extension"-The learner will use
appropriate grammatical and mechanical conventions of
language in written compositions.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Sentence Structure-Demonstrate that
sentences are composed of a subject
1 6427
and a predicate, and identify sentence
fragments and run-on sentences.
Punctuation-Review and correctly
punctuate the four types of sentences as 6428
2
declarative, interrogative, imperative, 6475
and exclamatory.
Pronouns-Identify pronouns,
demonstrate agreement between
pronouns and antecedents, and write 6430 4
with increasing accuracy when using 6477
pronoun objective and subjective cases,
such as, ''He and they joined me.''
Verbs-Identify and correctly use action
and helping verbs. Identify irregular 6431
5
spelling of forms of ''to be, to do,'' and 6478
''to have.''
Transitive & Intransitive Verb-
Discriminate between transitive and
intransitive verbs and direct and 6432 6
indirect objects. Recognize and use 6479
correctly such troublesome verbs as
''sit/set; rise/raise; lie/lay.''
Adjectives & Adverbs-Identify and use
6434
8 descriptive adjectives and adverbs to
6481
enhance writing.
Important Small Words-Identify
interjections, conjunctions, and
6435
9 prepositions in grade-level written
6482
composition. Use prepositional phrases
to elaborate ideas. Dependent/Independent Clause-Identify
6436
10 and correctly punctuate dependent and
6483
independent clauses.
Composition Writing-Use Standard
English in grade level appropriate
6437
11 composition. Correctly use the
6484
following: ''good/well; who/whom
between/among; which/that/who.''
Verb Tenses-Use verb tenses correctly,
including present, past, future, and 6438
12
perfect forms, and demonstrate parallel 6485
structure (consistent tense) in sentences.
Proper Comma Use-Use commas in
dates, city and states, and lists. Use
6440
14 commas in appositives and after
6487
introductory words and phrases, as well
as with names in direct address.
Capitalization-Capitalize names of
organizations, nationalities, races,
6441 15 languages, and religions, as well as
6488
titles of books, stories, poems, songs,
and articles.
Quotation Marks-Use quotation marks
6442
16 in dialogue and titles, using grade-level
6489
vocabulary.
Linking Verbs-Identify and correctly
17 use linking verbs with predicate 6433
nominatives and predicate adjectives.
Chapter -"Reading Accurately - Extension"-The learner will
read silently and aloud with fluency and accuracy.
Lesson LA
Lesson Title and Description
Code Number
Letter Combinations-Correctly identify
the different pronunciations of the letter
6502
2 combination ''ough'', as in; ''rough,
6509
dough, plough, borough, cough,'' and
''hiccough''.
4 Pronunciation-Correctly identify which 6504