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Unit 2-Short Stories Big Question: Can all conflicts be resolved?

Big Question Words Reading Selections Reading Skill Literary Analysis Vocabulary Writing Workshop Language Progressive Skills
argument, injury, insecurity, interact, negotiate, oppose, reaction, solution, viewpoint The Tell Tale Heart RL.3 W.2 SL.4 L.1, L.4.b, L.5.b Compare and Contrast: Looking for similarities and differences among characters in a story. Character Traits: Round characters and Flat characters cunningly, resolved, stealthily, vex, audacity, derision Work in Progress pp. 275-305 Principle Parts of Regular Verbs
  Informational Text(pp. 308-312) RI.3 L.4.b, L.6 Compare Summaries to an Original Text     Critical Review pp. 326-331  
  Charles RL.1, RL.6 RI.2 W.2.b, W.3.b L.1.d, L.5.b Making Inferences: Use details that the author provides to make logical assumptions. Point of View: First person vs. third person renounced, insolently, deprived, simultaneously, cynically, haggard   Simple Tenses of Verbs
  Thank You, M'am RL.1, RL.2 W.9 SL.1.a, SL.1.b, SL.1.c, SL.1.d L.1.c Making Inferences:
1. Identify connections to make inferences about the author's meaning
Theme: Stated vs. unstated slung, frail, contact, presentable, mistrusted, barren 1. Work in Progress pp. 383-405
2. Writing a Short Story pp. 438-445
Tense and Mood of Verbs
  The Story-Teller RL.1, RL.2 W.9 SL.1.a, SL.1.b, SL.1.c, SL.1.d L.1.c     persistent, inevitable, conviction, suppressed, immensely, assail    

Assessment: Test Practice: Unit Review pp. 452-457