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Rodwell 12th Grade English

12th Grade English

Monday, March 11:

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Introduce Vocabulary Group 23. Read “The Pardoner’s Tale” in The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer

 

Tuesday, March 12:

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Read “The Pardoner’s Tale” in The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer

 

Wednesday, March 13

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Read “The Pardoner’s Tale” in The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer

 

Thursday, March 14

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Read “The Pardoner’s Tale” in The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer

 

Friday, March 15:

Framework: RL.12.1, RL.12.2, RL.12.3, RL.12.4, RL.12.5, RL12.6

Objective: Analyze and evaluate how characterization, plot, setting, and other elements interact and contribute to the development and complexity of a text.

Activities: Bell Work. Vocabulary Test Group 23. Read “The Pardoner’s Tale” in The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. Focus on summarizing, diction, imagery, point of view, syntax, figurative language and literary devices, and theme.

Resources: The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer

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