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English 12
Credit 5
The Romantic Period
Pacing Guide
Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

COMPLETE pp. 1-4

COMPLETE pp. 4-9

COMPLETE pp. 9-14

COMPLETE pp. 14-17

COMPLETE pp. 18-19

INCLUDING
LITERARY PERIOD
TEST
Question #4

INCLUDING
CHAPTER 5
TEST—PART B
Question #10

INCLUDING
READING
RESPONSE
Question #6

INCLUDING the WRITING ACTIVITY
(Rough Draft)

PRESENT YOUR
ROUGH DRAFT TO
YOUR TEACHER
TYPE THE
FINAL COPY
IN MLA FORMAT

No Student Writing Here
Date

Grade

HQT
Initials

ST
Initials

YOUR HOMEWORK WILL BE GRADED AS FOLLOWS:

ASSIGNMENT

POINTS
POSSIBLE

POINTS
EARNED

WRITTEN RESPONSE
5 pts. each

55

MULTIPLE CHOICE
1 pt. each

45

“LIST” QUESTIONS
1 pt. each

9

VOCAB. / LITERARY TERMS
1 pt. each

25

HOLT HANDBOOK
1 pt. each

12

ESSAY
25 pts

25

TOTAL PTS. =

171
GRADE =

%

English Language Arts Core Standards: Grades 11&12

READING: LITERATURE
Key Ideas and Details

RL. 11-12.1

RL. 11-12.2

RL. 11-12.3

Craft and Structure

RL. 11-12.4

RL. 11-12.5

RL. 11-12.6

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

RL. 11-12.7

RL. 11-12.8

RL. 11-12.9

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

RL. 11-12.10

READING: INFORMATIONAL TEXT
Key Ideas and Details

RI. 11-12.1

RI. 11-12.2

RI. 11-12.3

Craft and Structure

RI. 11-12.4

RI. 11-12.5

RI. 11-12.6

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

RI. 11-12.7

RI. 11-12.8

RI. 11-12.9

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

RI. 11-12.10

WRITING
Text Types and Purposes

W.11-12.1

W.11-12.2

W.11-12.3

Production and Distribution of Writing

W.11-12.4

W.11-12.5

W.11-12.6

Research to Build and Present Knowledge

W.11-12.7

W.11-12.8

W.11-12.9

Range of Writing

W.11-12.10

SPEAKING & LISTENING
Comprehension and Collaboration

SL.11-12.1

SL.11-12.2

SL.11-12.3

Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas

SL.11-12.4

SL.11-12.5

SL.11-12.6

L. 11-12.1

L.11-12.2

L.11-12.5

L.11-12.6

LANGUAGE
Conventions of Standard English
Knowledge of Language

L.11-12.3

L.11-12.4

ALWAYS USE COMPLETE SENTENCES
The Romantic Period 1798 – 1832
The Quest for Truth and Beauty
READ pages 517-533 and answer the following questions
1. The French Revolution meant two separate things for the “ruling class” and the “English conservatives.” Briefly explain the differences. (5 pts.)

2. What was the policy called laissez-faire, what did it result in, and who suffered the most?
(5 pts.)

3. When we think of the word romantic as a historical term, three useful meanings—all of them relevant to the Romantic poets—emerge. Briefly explain each. (5 pts.)

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4. The Romantic period has been most often identified with six poets. List them below: (6 pts.)

READ “The Lure of the Gothic” (pp. 530-531)
1. The Romantics’ taste for terror grew from a sensibility called “Gothic” that set stories in gloomy medieval castles. Gothic sensationalism, however, was more than “just a fad for terrifying tales and quirky architecture.” The Gothic was one way in which people of the age expressed their sense of helplessness. Helplessness about what? (5 pts.)

2. Horace Walpole (1717-1797) is credited with writing the first Gothic novel, a genre of horror tales that we recognize today. What was the name of the novel, and what did Walpole include in it to make it so scary? (5 pts.)

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DEFINE the following terms (refer to pages 1181-1204) (6 pts.) apostrophe: imagery:

ode:

parallelism:

symbol:

synesthesia:

LITERARY PERIOD TEST (4 pts.)
1. The two distinctive features of an ode are —
A four-line stanzas and end rhymes
B death as a subject and a three-line refrain
C extended metaphors and absence of rhyme
D impassioned language and address of an object
2. If…