Homework 2013 - 2014 Unit 1

DUE EACH THURSDAY Homework 2013 2014 Unit 1 English II HOMEWORK Each Week USE YOUR GLENCOE TEXT! (Assigned on Monday DUE on Thursday of the same week) Bio Summary Sentences Preview Vocabulary /Literary Elements List the characters /Describe the setting Constructed Response Essay NEED HELP Come by Wed. For help: 7:30 - 8: 25 AM 3:35 4:30 PM Unit 1: North America Monday Tuesday 19 Wednesday Day One G1 Character L.2 Use Standard Eng. Punctuation (54 in CCM) G4

Labor Day 2 Plot G2 26 Californians Tale by Twain All the Years of Her Life Summary The Glass Menagerie 1.1 G5 Setting G6 Straw into Gold by Cisneros To Build a Fire The Glass Menagerie 9 G8 1.4 G9 The Ring of General Macias by Niggli Poker by Zora N. Hurston G11 August and September

Thursday Friday Quiz writing a formal summary Lab F 237 Formal Summary With Citation G3 Lab F237 Constructed Response HW 1.1 due HSAP 1.1 DUE Quiz The Glass Menagerie 1.2 G7 Lab F237 Letter HW 1.2 due Test 1 G10 The Glass Menagerie 1.3 HW 1.3 due HSAP 1.2 DUE Quiz LAB F237

Extended Response The Glass Menagerie 1.5 Determine the meaning of new worlds in context (40 CCM) Point of View 16 The Glass Menagerie G12 1.6 G13 Poetry Selections The Cask of Amontillado G14Theme 23 G15 G16 Playing Jazz by Marsalis The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry G18 G19 HW1.4 due

Quiz The Glass Menagerie 1.7 Lab F237 POET PPT HW 1.5 due HSAP 1.3 DUE TEST 2 LAB F237 Unit One Portfolio Due G17 G20 In Class Reading - Unit One Short Story Collection and The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams At Home Text Book Assignments (Required) - Novel from the Unit 1 Selection List (Extra Credit) HOMEWORK North America 1.1 Short Story Twain The Californian's Tale Page 17 1.2- Essay/Memoir Sandra Cisneros Straw into Gold Page 382 1.3 - Drama Josephina Niggli The Ring of General Macias Page 846 1.4- Poetry (Choose One Poet) Jimmy Santiago Baca I am Offering this Poem Page 554 N. Scott Momaday The Print of the Paw and To An Aged Bear Page 510

Robert Frost After Apple Picking and Fire and Ice Page 599 Emily Dickinson After Great Pain, A Formal Feeling Comes ; Heart! We Will Forget Him! Page 534 Rita Dove The Parlor Page 568 Langston Hughes Dream Boogie and Motto Page 618 1.5- Letter Wynton Marsalis Playing Jazz Page 627 Homework 1.1 Biography on page 17 (25 pts) Read the Bio on page 17. On a sheet of paper, reduce each paragraph to one sentence which states the main idea of that paragraph. USE YOUR OWN WORDS; this is VERY IMPORTANT WORK. Preview on page 18 (15 pts) Read all of page 18. Write a sentence with each of the vocabulary words and the literary element on this page. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Predecessor Solace Sedate Imploring Boding Foreshadowing Mark Twain Pages 17 - 25

Read Carefully The Californian's Tale by Twain Pages 19-25 Characters /Setting (20 pts)List the characters and describe the setting of this story Constructed Response (40 pts) In a constructed paragraph, write about one of the characters. (At least 4 sentences) Homework 1.2 Biography on page 382 (25 pts) Read the Bio on page 382. On a sheet of paper, reduce each paragraph to one sentence which states the main idea of that paragraph. USE YOUR OWN WORDS; this is VERY IMPORTANT WORK. Preview on page 383 (15 pts) Read all of page 383. Write a sentence with each of the vocabulary words and the literary element on this page. 1. 2. 3. 4. Sandra Cisneros Intuitively Taboo Thesis Allusion Read Carefully Pages 382 - 387 Straw into Gold by Cisneros Pages 384 - 387 Characters /Setting (20 pts)List the characters and describe the setting of this story Constructed Response (40 pts) In a constructed paragraph, write about how Cisneros uses metaphor to make a point. (At least 4 sentences)

Homework 1.3 Biography on page 846 (25 pts) Read the Bio on page 846. On a sheet of paper, reduce each paragraph to one sentence which states the main idea of that paragraph. USE YOUR OWN WORDS; this is VERY IMPORTANT WORK. Preview on page 847 (15 pts) Read all of page 847. Write a sentence with each of the vocabulary words and the literary element on this page. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Regally Ostentatiously Notorious Repressed impertinent Characterization Read Carefully Josephina Niggli Pages 846-865 The Ring of General Macias by Niggli Pages 848 - 865 Characters /Setting (20 pts)List the characters and describe the setting of this story Constructed Response (40 pts) In a constructed paragraph, write about one of the characters. (At least 4 sentences) Homework 1.4 Biography (25pts) CHOOSE ONE POET Read the Bio on page ________ List 3 Facts

Read the Preview on Page _________- List 3 Facts Preview (15pts): Read all of Preview. Write a sentence with each of the vocabulary words and the literary element on this page. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Poetry Prose Line Stanza Verse Rhyme Alliteration Repetition Read Carefully :Poems ______________ by_______Pages _______ Summary (20 pts) Summarize the poem Constructed Response (40 pts) literary element the poet is using. (At least 4 sentences) In a constructed paragraph, write about a 1.4- Poetry (Choose One Poet) Jimmy Santiago Baca I am Offering this Poem Page 554

N. Scott Momaday The Print of the Paw and To An Aged Bear Page 510 Rita Dove The Parlor Page 568 Emily Dickinson After Great Pain, A Formal Feeling Comes ; Heart! We Will Forget Him! Page 534 Robert Frost After Apple Picking and Fire and Ice Page 599 Langston Hughes Dream Boogie and Motto Page 618 Homework 1.5 Read Read Playing Jazz by Wynton Marsalis (Pages 627 630) Vocabulary : Go online or use a dictionary to Look up and Copy all of the meanings of the Word Swing. Underline the definition that corresponds to how the word is used in this letter. Extended Response Wynton Marsalis Pages 627 -630 Write an essay to answer the question, What is the authors purpose in writing what he did? Why does he discuss learning about different types of music? Why does he want Anthony to understand the

democracy of swing? Include your opinions and back it up with examples from the text. Words to Know for English II 1. Formal Summary 2. Friendly Letter 3. Business Letter 4. Constructed Response 5. Extended Response 6. Critique 7. Personal Reflection 8. Works Cited 9. Cite 10. Source 11. Portfolio 12. Summarize 1.1- Vocabulary and Literary Elements - Define and Study 1. Character _____________________________________________________________________________ 2. Main Character _____________________________________________________________________________ 3. Antagonist _____________________________________________________________________________ 4. Protagonist _____________________________________________________________________________ 5. Dynamic _____________________________________________________________________________ 6. Round _____________________________________________________________________________ 7. Static _____________________________________________________________________________ 8. Flat _____________________________________________________________________________ 9. Characterization _____________________________________________________________________________

10.Motive _____________________________________________________________________________ 11.Dialect _____________________________________________________________________________ 12.Dialogue _____________________________________________________________________________ 13.Concrete Words _____________________________________________________________________________ 14.Abstract Words _____________________________________________________________________________ 15.Character Development _________________________________________________________________________ 16.Nouns _____________________________________________________________________________ 17.Predecessor _____________________________________________________________________________ 18.Solace _____________________________________________________________________________ 19.Sedate _____________________________________________________________________________ 20.Imploring _____________________________________________________________________________ 21.Boding _____________________________________________________________________________ 22.Foreshadowing _____________________________________________________________________________ 23.Short Story ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1.2- Vocabulary and Literary Elements - Define and Study 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Setting ______________________________________________________________ time _____________________________________________________________ place _____________________________________________________________ Figurative Language _______________________________________________________ metaphor _____________________________________________________________ simile _____________________________________________________________ Personification ___________________________________________________________ Imagery _____________________________________________________________ Senses _____________________________________________________________ visual (sight) _____________________________________________________________ olfactory (smell) ___________________________________________________________ auditory (hearing) __________________________________________________________ gustatory (taste) ____________________________________________________________ tactile (touch) _____________________________________________________________ Symbol _____________________________________________________________ Connotation _____________________________________________________________ Denotation _____________________________________________________________ Intuitively _____________________________________________________________ Taboo _____________________________________________________________ Thesis _____________________________________________________________ Drama _____________________________________________________________ Allusion _____________________________________________________________ 1.3- Vocabulary and Literary Elements Define and Study

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Plot ______________________________________________________________ Exposition _____________________________________________________________ Rising Action _____________________________________________________________ Climax _____________________________________________________________ Falling Action ________________________________________________________ Resolution _____________________________________________________________ Denouement _____________________________________________________________ Sequence _____________________________________________________________ Solution _____________________________________________________________

Conflict _____________________________________________________________ Internal _____________________________________________________________ External _____________________________________________________________ Flashback _____________________________________________________________ Foreshadowing _________________________________________________________ Irony _____________________________________________________________ Suspense _____________________________________________________________ Drama _____________________________________________________________ Stage Directions __________________________________________________________ Regally _____________________________________________________________ Ostentatiously _____________________________________________________________ Notorious _____________________________________________________________ Repressed _____________________________________________________________ Impertinent _____________________________________________________________ Characterization __________________________________________________________ 1.4- Vocabulary and Literary Elements - Copy and Define 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

17. 18. Point of View _____________________________________________________ Narrator ____________________________________________________________ First Person ___________________________________________________________ Second Person ________________________________________________________ Third Limited _____________________________________________________ Third Omniscient ____________________________________________________ Internal Story Teller ____________________________________________________ External Story Teller ____________________________________________________ Detached Observer ____________________________________________________ Poetry _____________________________________________________________ Prose _______________________________________________________________ Line ______________________________________________________________ Stanza _____________________________________________________________ Verse_______________________________________________________________ Rhyme ____________________________________________________________ Alliteration _________________________________________________________ Repetition _______ ___________________________________________________ 1.5- Vocabulary and Literary Elements - Copy and Define 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Theme _____________________________________________________ Allusion _____________________________________________________ Proverb _____________________________________________________

Idea _____________________________________________________ Maxim _____________________________________________________ Regally_____________________________________________________ Ostentatiously_____________________________________________________ Notorious_____________________________________________________ Repressed_____________________________________________________ Impertinent_____________________________________________________ Characterization___________________________________________________ Be Prepared >>>> Please Study Vocabulary for Weekly Quizzes and for Unit Tests 1 and 2. Note: Vocabulary is cumulative; so, review old words as you learn new words. Review the OLD; Learn the NEW.

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