Multi-genre Thematic Unit Curriculum Map Grade 10


Poetry: “The Unknown Citizen” W.H. Auden “The Hollow Men” T.S. Elliot Short Stories



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Poetry:
“The Unknown Citizen” W.H. Auden

“The Hollow Men” T.S. Elliot




Short Stories:
“Harrison Bergeron” Kurt Vonnegut

“And Then There Were None” Eric Frank Russell




Drama:
The Truman Show


Nonfiction:
“Big Brother’s New Toys”

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Other:

 WRITING OUTCOMES 

Organize ideas into well developed paragraphs
Discriminate between relevant and irrelevant details and facts and opinions as well as discern the quality and reliability of information sources
Employ correct bibliographic format to cite sources of information
Include an appropriate conclusion that extends the insights offered in the controlling idea
Establish topic, audience and purpose by conducting research and accessing technological resources
Expository Writing Outcomes Grades 6-12

Review C.E.I , have groups write a practice paragraph in conjunction with Chapter 5 exercise.
Fact vs. Opinion: read ‘Big Brother’s New Toys’

Athena Media Center (MLA format)

Creating Effective Conclusions

T.A.P. Planner and Big 6 research steps

 Formative Assessments 

1. Chapter 5 (Key Chapter) Group Project

2. “Winston writes a letter” project

(Winston writes a letter to a character

from a Summer Reading Novel; that

character responds to Winston)

3. Quiz relating political ideas to 1984


Other Topical Questions

1.How does Orwell use diction syntax to

create mood and show characterization?

2. How do people deal with lack of

freedom?

3. How does the Party steal human dignity

and how does Winston try to get it

back?


4. How do we know what is true?

 SPEAKING & LISTENING OUTCOMES 

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