12th Grade Summer Reading Exploration Project

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Book Selection List Non Fiction, An asterisk is placed by a book containing mature subjects such as violence or sexual material as. well as adult language Do not choose these books without permission from your parents. Kafir Boy by Mark Mathabane,The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson. The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Malcolm X, Always Running Lovita Loca Gang Days in LA by Luis J Rodriguez. Monster The Autobiography of an L A Gang Member by Sanyika Shakur. The Color of Water by James McBridge,Book Selection List Fiction. An asterisk is placed by a book containing mature subjects such as violence or sexual material as. well as adult language Do not choose these books without permission from your parents. Fences by August Wilson,A Street Car Named Desire by Tennessee Williams.
How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents by Juila Alverez. The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison,The Color Purple by Alice Walker. Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison,Double Entry Journal Requirements. Overview A double entry journal is a way to closely read passages from a text in order to. discover what individual words and sentences reveal about the author s argument position. supporting research and evidence as well as making text to text text to self and text to world. connections The journal serves as an ongoing record of your responses to the text. Due Date The completed journal is due on the first day of the Summer Bridge Program in. August along with the arts integration assessment you completed All journals will be collected. Point Value The journal is worth 100 Points and will count as your first grade for the 1st. marking period Ten points from the overall point total will be deducted for each day late. Directions Using a marble composition notebook you are required to construct 6 journal. entries each consisting of two pages of writing In addition 1 of your journal entries should. include a list of new or unfamiliar vocabulary words that you read from the text Make sure that. each entry covers multiple chapters so that you are able to write on the entire work of nonfiction. Marble Composition Notebook, To set up the journal on the left page of the composition notebook write the concrete. detail idea and on the right page write your commentary analysis Clearly label in the. upper left hand corner of the left page the number of the entry. On the left page write down CONCRETE DETAILS from the text The concrete details. should consist of quotations descriptions arguments research evidence etc proposed by. the author After each concrete detail be sure to include the chapter and page number For. longer passages cite the beginning and end of the passage using an ellipsis to indicate. that words were removed, For your vocabulary words double journal entry record unfamiliar words the page number. and the sentence you found it in on the left page Then look up the word in the dictionary. record the definition on the right page and use the word in a sentence of your own on the. right page as well,Double Entry Journal Non Fiction Guidelines.
Student Name,Work of non fiction chosen and author. As you read the non fiction text you selected you will keep a double entry journal. Attached are directions for keeping the journal Listed below are some suggestions for. engaging in a close reading of the text, 1 Watch for repetitive elements or words Make any necessary annotations in the. margins of your book, 2 Make note of any references that might provide insight into the main arguments of. the author Do research on those references and write them down in your journal. 3 Continually question the author s arguments in the text Write down any. psychological insights into why the author is making the argument they are. 4 Make predictions on how the argument of the author may affect future events. 5 As you read take note of any striking features Remember a work of non fiction is an. artifact it is the result of careful research done by the author. Double Entry Journal Fiction Guidelines,Student Name. Work of fiction chosen and author, As you read the fiction text you selected you will keep a double entry journal Attached.
are directions for keeping the journal Listed below are some suggestions for engaging in. a close reading of the text, 1 Connect the quote to the author s view of the world to a universal theme or to the. book as a whole, 2 Relate the text to the world around you observing the similarities and differences. between the character s view of the world and the world as you know it. 3 Relate the text to other things you have read, 4 Relate the text to yourself and your personal experience. 5 Make sure you get a minimum of two thoughtful pages of writing per response. Double Entry Journal Model, The right side of your entry should document your interaction with the work showing the. process you went through to understand the text Each entry should contain the following. An explanation of what the passage you selected means and how it is significant to the work. as a whole why is this quote important Keep in mind that quotations rarely tell you why. they are important you must analyze and interpret to get at the deeper meaning Do not. respond using mere paraphrasing of what you read, Connections to your own experience to society and or to other texts that you have read.
An analysis of author s tone structure style argument evidence theme literary elements. where applicable narrative voice argument analysis etc. One thought provoking question for further discussion either in a future entry or in class. Below is an example of a double journal entry for the non fiction work Walden by Henry David Thoreau. An example of a double journal entry for the fiction work Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain might look. Concrete Details Left Hand Side of Notebook Reflections Right Hand Side of Notebook. What you doin with this gun Huck is covering for Pap Many abuse victims cover for their. I judged he didn t know nothing about what he had been abusers Codependent families of alcoholics try to take up the slack for. doing so I says Somebody tried to get in so I was the alcoholic and make excuses for them to others Also most abuse. laying for him victims tend to stay and tolerate the known evil rather than escape to. Why didn t you roust me out unknown evils So why does Huck decide to run away Why is he. Well I tried to but I couldn t I couldn t budge you different. there was Jackson s Island standing up out of the Simile like. middle of the river big and dark and solid like a, steamboat without any lights Ch 7 This is similar to the metaphor used in The Fog by Carl Sanburg the. fog comes on little cat feet, There was freckled places on the ground where the This sounds like when my family and I go down south in July it is so. light sifted down through the leaves and the freckled beautiful. places swapped about a little showing there was a little. breeze up there Ch 8,Double Entry Journal Scoring Rubric. Note each entry is scored separately,Overall Grading. Each journal entry will be given a separate grade on a 1 9 scale as specified below For the. complete journal grade all entries will be added up and divided by six total number of entries. The overall score will be out of 100 points Ten points will be deducted for each day late. Journal grade equivalencies are on a 0 100 scale,9 100 7 5 88 6 80 4 5 68 3 60 1 5 30 0 0.
8 5 95 7 85 5 5 75 4 65 2 5 50 1 20,8 90 6 5 83 5 70 3 5 63 2 40 5 10. The entry is well written and constitutes evidence of thoughtful interaction with the text That evidence is. displayed through some or all of the following, All the requirements of a B journal entry see below are evident but with a greater degree of. effort analytical insight and writing sophistication. The entry balances generalizations with specific illustrative details with considerable skill. maintains coherence through thoughtful transitions from one point to another goes beyond mere. structural integrity to establish a voice through which the analysis is maintained and is engaging. and enjoyable to read, Furthermore the entry is unusually insightful and shows an uncommon sensitivity to the language. and ideas of the text especially as language and ideas relate to each other. The entry is well written and constitutes evidence of thoughtful interaction with the text That evidence is. displayed through some or all of the following, Characters and events are analyzed and meaningfully compared to other characters and events in. the text different text s and or personal or real world experience. Argument structure and or style are analyzed in relation to meaning especially regarding. author s voice and point of view, The author s tone is analyzed and connected to the theme implications for past present future.
with textual substantiation, Excerpts from the text are cited and though explicated meaningful questions are asked. difficulties with the author s arguments are explored with sensitivity and intelligence Creative. tangents with clear connections to the text may be present. The entry aspires to reach all of the requirements of the B level entry see above but falls short by no. more than two of the following, Writing about the text superficially without meaningful exploration of the author s ideas. arguments evidence research etc, Not providing enough textual substantiation for your assertions. Not clearly connecting the evidence to the assertions in a meaningful way thus causing. Writing about the literal meaning of what the author is saying without careful consideration for. the significance of the author s arguments and implications for the past present future. Writing sloppily and poorly, The entry falls short of the requirements of the B level entry see above by more than two of the. deficiencies explained above for the C level entry see above or with one or more of those. deficiencies with an unusual degree of severity,Arts Integration Assessment.
Arts Integration Project Creation of a Scene, For this particular assignment you will be charged with constructing a visual image of a scene from. the books that you chose to read This scene should be a facet of the story and have at least one. significant event happen during it You can use any materials you like to construct your visual image. but keep in mind that it will be graded on appearance For this particular assignment you will be. critiqued on two different aspects of the project, 1 The artistic abilities displayed through your creation. 2 The completion of the writing portion,The Visual Representation. 1 Select a scene from one of the chapters of your book that you think lends itself well to. illustration, 2 Create a drawing or collage of words pictures or symbols on large poster board 18 x 24 to. illustrate the scene You should have 2 separate poster collages 1 for each book. 3 Make certain to place the title and author of the book in large font as a focal point someplace on. your poster board,The Writing Description Paper, The writing portion of this assignment will have several sections to it all of which will vary in their.
length Must be typed in 12 sized Times Roman font double spaced with 1 25 inch margins You. must have 1 complete paper for each book that you read 2 papers in total. Explanation of the Scene In this section you will explain what is occurring in this scene in the. story You must relate it to the bigger picture or the problem being endured throughout the novel in. order to receive full credit In addition you will be responsible for identifying the significance of the. scene and explaining why you found this scene to be so important To receive full credit this section. must be at least 2 page, Reaction to the Scene Student will write about his her thoughts opinions and reactions to the. scene To receive full credit this section must be at least 2 pages. Some questions to keep in mind when answering this section. 1 What emotions were you feeling while reading this scene. 2 Was there a particular ending you wanted to happen in this scene. 3 If you could rewrite this scene would you change anything. 4 Did your opinion about either the book or a character change after this scene ended. Selection of the Scene You will explain why you chose this particular scene What about this part in. the novel either made you relate to the events that were occurring or held your attention more than. any other part To receive full credit this portion must be at least 2mu page. Rubric for Arts Integration Assessment,Item Points Possible Your Score. Visual Representation,Book Title and Author are 2,clearly visible. The graphics used on the 4,poster reflect the book that. was read and accurately,represent the theme main,idea of the scene book.
Poster is visually appealing 4,and exceptionally attractive. in terms of design layout,and neatness,Written Description. Contains all of the required 8,Each section meets all of 8. the required page lengths,Uses proper mechanics 8,font margins capitalization. and punctuation are correct,Uses appropriate grammar 8.
there are no grammatical,Poster Size Minimum 18 2,Turned in on Time First 6. Full Day in Literature,Every day late costs an,additional 1 point. Total Possible Points 50,Dear Freire School Parent. Double Entry Journal Scoring Rubric Note each entry is scored separately Overall Grading Each journal entry will be given a separate grade on a 1 9 scale as specified below For the complete journal grade all entries will be added up and divided by six total number of entries The overall score will be out of 100 points Ten points will

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