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TAREA DE LECTURA GT

para el 8o GRADO

2015-2016



A GOOD LONG WAY

Escrito por Rene Saldaña, Jr.

Disponible en Barnes and Noble, la biblioteca pública de McAllen, Amazon.com, Kindle

Las Tareas de Lectura para el Verano para el libro A Good Long Way están diseñadas para promover la interacción entre lo que el alumno está leyendo y lo que está pensando. Capturan la relación que un buen lector tiene con el texto. Usa el formato proporcionado como guía si nunca has hecho un cuaderno dialéctico o una tabla para personajes. No esperes hasta terminar de leer el libro para hacer esto. Deja de leer y escribe tus pensamientos y preguntas y analízalas profundamente. Este proceso hace que la lectura sea más significante. Cuando miras lo que escribiste al principio y lo comparas con el fin del libro te permite ver el proceso que tuviste como lector absorbiendo las palabras e ideas del escritor y hace la lectura más significante.
Instrucciones para completar el cuaderno dialéctico:

  • El lado izquierdo del cuaderno incluye texto del libro que estas analizando.

  • Esto incluye citas, paráfrasis, palabras.

  • El lado derecho del cuaderno incluye tu análisis, pensamientos, ejemplos del estilo del autor, o preguntas acerca del texto que se encuentra en el lado izquierdo.

  • El análisis significa que tus comentarios/respuestas deben ser profundos.

  • Debe haber un mínimo de 15-20 anotaciones en el cuaderno dialéctico.

  • Encuentra la página de ejemplo incluida y repásala como guía


**Recuerda que debes llenar el cuaderno mientras estás leyendo y no después. Escribe en letra clara para que tus pensamientos se comprendan claramente y no habrá problemas al calificar tu trabajo.

**Valoración de la nota - esta tarea es para una nota de examen

**Fecha de entrega - entregar a la maestra el primer día de clases
Instrucciones para completar la tabla del personaje:

  • Elige el protagonista y reflexiona acerca del rasgo de personalidad principal del protagonista. El rasgo de personalidad principal sería el rasgo que permanece constante a lo largo de la novela o el que siempre estuvo presente pero nunca se realizó hasta el final del libro.

  • Anota el adjetivo que describe mejor el rasgo en el círculo del centro.

  • Encuentra evidencia textual que apoya tu selección y parafrasea o directamente cita la evidencia en las líneas indicadas.

  • Incluye el número de la página donde encontraste la evidencia.


Tarea #1

Tabla de Rasgos de Personalidad
Personaje:____________________________
____________________________ ___________________________

____________________________ ___________________________

____________________________ ___________________________

____________________________ ___________________________

____________________________ ___________________________

Rasgo de

Personalidad Principal:



__________________________ ___________________________

__________________________ ___________________________

__________________________ ___________________________

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__________________________ ___________________________

Instrucciones: Escribe el rasgo de personalidad principal o cualidad del personaje en el centro del círculo. Usa un adjetivo descriptivo. Busca cuatro pruebas en el texto que revelan el rasgo o la cualidad. Escribe la evidencia en las líneas indicadas. (Incluye el número de página donde encontraste la evidencia.)

Tarea #2
Cuaderno Dialéctico
Nombre:_____________________________ Fecha:________________
Título del texto:________________________ Autor:_____________________________

Citas, Paráfrasis, Palabras Significado, Conexiones personales

CUADERNO DIALÉCTICO

EJEMPLO

Nombre:______________________ Fecha:___________________

Título del texto: Tangerine Autor: Edward Bloor


Citas, Paráfrasis, Palabras Significado, Conexiones Personales
There were two small groups of guys Paul seems afraid of what he has gotten into.

karate-kicking at each other… Parece que Paul se asustó al darse cuenta en Menacing looking gangs… lo que se metió.

This school is tough and Paul feels isolated.

Había dos pequeños grupos de tipos que Esta escuela es difícil y Paul se siente aislado.

estaban dándose patadas de karate uno

al otro.

Pandillas con apariencia amenazadora…
“As we headed west on Route 22, I began Paul is happy that his mom lost his IEP. Now he

to feel a real sense of hope about Tangerine believes he has a chance to fit in at this school.

Mientras viajábamos rumbo al oeste en la Paul está alegre porque su mamá perdió su Ruta 22, empecé a sentir un poco de IEP.

esperanza acerca de Tangerine. Ahora piensa que tiene una oportunidad para

poder adaptarse en esta escuela.

Middle School.” Page _____ This also shows he has struggled before.

"Escuela Secundaria" Página ____ Esto también demuestra que ha tenido dificultades antes.
Osprey (vocabulary) It must be some kind of bird because Paul says

Águila pescadora Maybe his IEP is feathering some Osprey nest.

Debe ser algún tipo de ave porque Paul dice

que a lo mejor su IEP esta tapizando un nido de osprey.
Paul’s uniform When he compares his torn up uniform to his El uniforme de Paul friend’s new uniform we realize this is a symbol

for Paul’s life and how tough he has had it.

Nos damos cuenta que las dificultades que ha pasado Paul en su vida se reflejan como símbolo cuando Paul compara su uniforme roto al uniforme nuevo de su amigo.

Términos literarios para alumnos de 8o grado
Esto es una lista que términos literarios que alumnos de octavo grado deben reconocer. Repasa la lista y busca las definiciones de las otras palabras que no reconoces. Encuentra varios ejemplos de los términos para que comprendas mejor su uso. Con esta lista, acepta como reto usar por lo mínimo cuatro diferentes términos como anotaciones en tu cuaderno dialéctico.


Elemento Literario

Definición

alusión

Una referencia explícita o implícita, en una obra de literatura, a una persona, sitio o acontecimiento o a otra obra literaria o pasaje

antagonista


Personaje o fuerza en conflicto directamente con el protagonista

analepsis

(flashback/retrospectiva)

Una sección de la historia que interrumpe la secuencia de acontecimientos para referirse a un acontecimiento anterior; se utiliza para proporcionarle al lector información adicional para que comprenda la historia mejor


prolepsis

(predecir/prefigurar)


Las pistas y sugerencias del escritor que sugieren acontecimientos que aun pueden ocurrir


inferencia


"sacarle" o hacer una conclusión basada en lo que se implicó; una conclusión u opinión que toma de los datos conocidos, evidencia o intuición para completar la información que falta


ambiente


El clima o el estado de ánimo de la historia, puede ser serio, chistoso, satírico; la sensación que sientes al leer una historia

símbolo

Una persona, sitio u objeto que significa algo por si mismo pero también sugiere otros significados; un objeto concreto se usa para representar una idea/concepto indefinido

tono


La actitud del autor hacia el tema, el lector o el personaje; puede ser alegre, distante, chistoso, escalofriante, misterioso


ironía


Cuando el resultado o acción es inesperada u opuesto a lo que se esperaba


narrador


Persona o personaje que relata la historia




English I (9th Grade)

PRE-AP SUMMER READING

ASSIGNMENT

2015-2016




Of Mice and Men

By John Steinbeck

ISBN: 0140177396

Available at Barnes and Noble, McAllen Public Library, Amazon.com, Kindle

Dear Student:

Being enrolled in an AP or Pre-AP course requires dedication and perseverance; these attributes are one that we congratulate you on undertaking as you leave this year behind and move towards a new and anticipated school year. As you may already know, one of the requisites in English I Pre-AP, and all advanced English courses, is summer reading. During your transition this summer, a novel of great literary merit has been selected for you to embark on your learning endeavors-Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck.
The New York Times describes Of Mice and Men as, “a thriller, a gripping tale…that you will not set down until it is finished. Steinbeck has touched the quick.” Steinbeck’s classic novel consists of an unlikely pair: George is “small and quick and dark of face”; Lennie, a man of tremendous size, has the mind of a young child. Yet, they have formed a “family,” clinging together in the face of loneliness and alienation.
We hope that you capture what this novel has to offer and that in doing so; you find gratification, genuineness, and illumination. To lead your expedition for understanding and gain knowledge through your readings, we are equipping you with an assignment that will be due the second week of school. Upon your entry into your new Pre-AP class, be prepared for a final assessment both objective and subjective that will focus solely on the summer reading. Attached you will find all the necessary tools for these assignments.
We look forward to a new beginning as you take the challenge that lies ahead as you join us in discovery, direction, determination, and creation.

Sincerely,
English I Pre-AP Teachers

English I Pre-AP Summer Reading Assignment

Reaction Journal Entries




TEN JOURNAL ENTRIES CONTAINING THE FOLLOWING:

  • Direct quotes consisting of an example of one of the following literary elements: foreshadowing, symbolism, simile/metaphor, imagery, and personification. (Each element should be used twice. See the included glossary of literary terms on the following page.)

  • The page number where the quote was found, as well as the date read.

  • A short “reaction” of how this specific quote is powerful, meaningful, or important. (5-8 sentences)

  • One visual representation of your reaction in the form of a drawing, printed picture, photographs, collage, etc.

  • One complete sentence explaining the significance of the image. Be insightful.


IN TOTAL YOU SHOULD HAVE:

  • Ten separate journal entries. (Suggestion-one every ten pages)

  • Ten accompanying images, with an explanation for each.

  • Used each of the examples of literary elements no more than twice.



YOU MUST:

  • Type all entries in 12 pt. font. Fonts can include: Times New Roman, Arial, or Cambria.

  • Double-space your writing.

  • Include page number and date read.

  • Include a cover page. Cover page should include: name, date, subject and image.

  • Neatly staple all pages together or place in a report cover.

  • The journal will not be graded unless it is typed. This is required and not optional.

  • The entire journal is due, typed, by the second Monday of the new school year.


Glossary of Literary Terms with Examples

Allusion: A short, informal reference to a famous person or event; the best sources for allusions are literature, history, Greek myth, and the Bible.
*Example: Plan ahead: it wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark.

Hyperbole: Deliberately exaggerates conditions for emphasis or effect.
*Example: There are a thousand reasons why more research is needed for solar energy.

Imagery: Picture words; words that describe via the five senses: sight, sound, taste, touch, and smell.
*Example: “…black and lurid tarn that lay in unruffled luster by the dwelling…”

Metaphor: Compares two different things by speaking of one in terms of the other. Unlike a simile or analogy, metaphor asserts that one thing is another thing not just that one thing is like another thing. Very frequently a metaphor is invoked by the to be verb.
*Example: We are the trees whom shaking fastens more.

I wonder when motor mouth is going to run out of gas.

Personification: Metaphorically represents an animal or inanimate object as having human attributes---attributes of form, character, feelings, behavior, and so on. Ideas and abstractions can also be personified.
*Example: The ship began to creak and protest as it struggled against the rising sea.

Simile: A comparison between two different things that resemble each other in at least one way (uses like or

as).
*Example: The soul in the body is like a bird in a cage.

Symbolism: Something that on the surface is its literal self but which also has another meaning or even several

meanings.
Example: A sword may be a sword and also symbolize justice.

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 1
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 2
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 3
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 4
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 5
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 6
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 7
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 8
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 9
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

Student Name:____________

Date (the date due):_________
Of Mice and Menby John Steinbeck

Summer Reading Assignment
Reaction Journal Entry 10
Date Section Was Read:_____________ Page Number of Quote:__________


Reaction:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Direct quotation:

This is an example of (literary element):



Visual Representation (use space provided):


Caption/Explanation of Visual:

(EXAMPLE)

REACTION JOURNAL ENTRY

Date section was read: 7/14/15 Page number of quote 15

Direct quote:

“On the sandy bank under the trees the leaves lie deep and so crisp that a lizard makes a great skittering if he runs among them.”

This is an example of imagery. (literary element)



Reaction:

Steinbeck opens this novel with a description of the Salinas River Bank. This description depicts the beauty as the day comes to an end. It is so quiet and peaceful that you can hear the sound of a lizard “skittering” through the dry leaves.

This reminds me of the time I spent at my grandparent’s house. There were lizards everywhere. Being from the city, this really freaked me out.

In this quotation, the lizard is not so scary.




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Visual Representation: macintosh hd:private:var:folders:vr:czvx64gd4j39n9dq653dnbp40000gn:t:temporaryitems:images.jpg

Caption/Explanation: Even creepy lizards have a place in the world.

English I PreAP Summer Reading Assignment
REACTION JOURNAL RUBRIC




EXCELLENT

GOOD

POOR

UNACCEPTABLE


LITERARY ELEMENTS


(30 points total; 3 points per entry)

Reaction correctly identifies and consistently focuses on the impact of one of the specified literary elements on the text.


3 points

Reaction correctly identifies and mostly focuses on the impact of one of the specified literary elements on the text.

2 points

Although the student’s reaction correctly identifies and mostly focuses on the impact of one of the specified literary elements, the student has already analyzed this element twice before.
1 points

NO RESPONSEor the student’s reaction DOES NOT correctly identify and focus on the impact of one of the specified literary elements on the text.

0 points


INSIGHT AND REFLECTION


(30 points total; 3 points per entry)

Analysis of the quote is substantial and shows penetrating insight.
Analysis thoroughly explains why the quote is powerful, meaningful, or important.
Ideas and opinions show thoughtfulness and originality.
3 points

Analysis of the quote is sufficient and shows some insight.
Analysis adequately explains why the quote is powerful, meaningful, or important.
Ideas and opinions show some thoughtfulness.
2 points

Analysis of the quote is minimal and superficial.
Analysis shows a limited understanding of what makes the quote powerful, meaningful, or important.
Ideas and opinions show little or no thoughtfulness.
1 point


FAULTY OR ILLOGICAL ANALYSIS
NO ANALYSIS
0 points

LANGUAGE AND CONVENTIONS

(10 points total; 1 point per entry)

Purposeful and precise word choice
Consistent command of grammar and conventions
Effective Sentence Construction
1 point

Mostly clear and specific word choice
Adequate command of grammar and conventions
Adequate Sentence Construction
1 point

General and imprecise word choice
Some distracting errors in grammar and conventions
Weak Sentence Construction

0 points



Serious errors in grammar and conventions.


VISUAL REPRESENTATION AND EXPLANATION

(3 points per image; 30 points total)

Visual representation is original and shows an obvious connection to text.
Explanation clearly explains the symbolic connection between the image and the text.

3 points

Visual representation is original and shows an obvious connection to text,
Explanation reveals a connection between the image and the text.


2 points

Visual representation reveals a literal or superficial interpretation of the text.
The explanation describes a superficial or literal connection to the text.


1 point

INCOMPLETE
NO LOGICAL CONNECTION BETWEEN VISUAL REPRESENTATION AND TEXT


0 points





English I Pre-AP Summer Reading Assignment

REACTION JOURNAL RUBRIC




CRITERIA

Reaction Journal 1
Points earned

Reaction Journal

2
Points earned

Reaction

Journal

3
Points earned

Reaction Journal 4
Points earned

Reaction

Journal

5
Points

earned

Reaction

Journal

6
Points earned

Reaction

Journal

7
Points

earned

Reaction Journal

8
Points earned

Reaction

Journal

9
Points earned


Reaction

Journal

10
Points

earned

LITERARY

ELEMENTS






























INSIGHT AND RELECTION






























LANGUAGE AND CONVENTIONS






























VISUAL REPRESENTATION

AND EXPLANATION






























TOTAL POINTS EARNED FOR EACH REACTION JOURNAL
































English II Pre-AP

Summer Reading Assignment



The Count of Monte Cristo

by Alexandre Dumas

(abridged by Lowell Blair)

Bantam Version


Available at Barnes and Noble, McAllen Public Library, Amazon.com, Kindle

English II Pre-AP

Summer Reading Assignment

Dear Sophomore Pre-AP Students,
Attached are two journals that you are responsible for completing while you read The Count of Monte Cristo. It is important that you complete these logs before school starts, as your teacher will use them for instruction during the first week of school. You need to work on them individually without the “help” of internet sources. Plagiarism will not be tolerated, and if material is “cut and pasted” or directly copied from Spark Notes, Schmoop or other sources, the grade will be a ZERO.
There are many versions of The Count of Monte Cristo. You will need to get the Bantam abridged version. Not all editions are the same, so if you get the Barnes and Noble or any other edition, you run the risk of missing certain scenes or characters that will be included on the novel test.
This class is fast-paced with several novels that we will be reading entirely outside of class. To prepare you for your AP Language and Literature, you will need to be well read, and you will need analytical skills that are developed through reading. If you are not interested in reading on your own, then this class is not for you. If you are willing to read and learn new skills, then we are looking forward to a great year with you.
Sincerely,
Your English II Pre-AP teacher

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