• First Quarter:

    Review literary terms

    Introduce literary terms for epic poetry

    Grammar—begin using NoRedInk for practice and assessments; build on grammar skills from 9th grade

    Historical background for the Anglo Saxons

    Beowulf and epic poetry

    Writing—So You Think You’re a Hero?

    Hero’s Journey in literature

     

     

    Second Quarter:

     Literary terms as they apply to what is read

    Historical background for the Medieval Period

    King Arthur legends

    Canterbury Tales introduction

    Writing:  How to Be a Knight (research project)

    Hero’s Journey as it applies to King Arthur

    Grammar:  continue with NoRedInk practice and assessments

     

    Third Quarter:

     Literary terms as they apply to what is read

    Historical background for the Renaissance Period/Shakespeare review

    MacBeth

    Hero’s Journey as it applies to MacBeth

    Grammar: continue with NoRedInk practice and assessments

    Writing: Comparing MacBeth to modern day politics

     

    Fourth Quarter:

     Literary terms as they apply to what is read

    Historical background for Romanticism

    Frankenstein or Dracula

    Grammar: continue with NoRedInk practice and assessments

    Writing:  My Favorite Monster (persuasive essay)

Last Modified on August 28, 2017