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When curriculum writers are provided the “what” or content to teach, readiness skills and knowledge, pacing, and addressed standards, they can align learning objectives, instruction, and assessment to write curriculum that is focused on student learning outcomes. They do this by creating a curriculum guide to share with district administration and eventually the teachers.

For this assignment, expand your pacing guide from Topic 2 to include a one semester (18-week) curriculum map. Add the following to your pacing guide:

  • Daily learning objective from aligned district and state standards.
  • Essential questions for each unit.
  • Description of unit activities – One activity for each unit should be inquiry-based. Include at least one suggestion for technology integration where appropriate.
  • Description of assessments – At least one weekly summative, daily formative (minimum of 12 different types), and one authentic assessment per unit for the 18-weeks. Include at least one suggestion for technology integration where appropriate.

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1 Pacing Guide Natasha Bosworth Grand Canyon University 2 Week Dates Monday Tuesday 1 Aug 16-20 INTROS/INFO/ SUMMER MATERIALS READING ❖ To Kill a To Kill a Mockingbird Mockingbird Written by: ❖ The Great Harper Lee Gatsby Type of Work: ❖ The a novel Nightingale Genres: ❖ The Grapes of bildungsroman (coming of age Wrath novel); civil rights movement First Published: 1960 by J. B. Lippincott Setting: 1930s; Maycomb, Alabama 2 Aug 23-27 To Kill a Mockingbird (TKM) Section 1 2 Lessons —4 Days Characters and character maps Atticus Finch Scout Finch Jem Finch Dill Harris 3 Aug 30Sep 3 Wednesday SUMMER READING The Great Gatsby Written by: F. Scott Fitzgerald Type of Work: a novel Genres: social commentary; American fiction; Jazz Age First Published: 1925 Setting: 1920s in West Egg, Long Island TKM Section 1 TKM Section 1 Characters and character maps Characters and character maps Thursday SUMMER READING The Nightingale Written by: Kristin Hannah Type of Work: Fiction Genre: WWII narrative First Published: 2015 Setting (primary): Carriveau, France Settings (secondary): Paris, France; Oregon, USA; various French towns; Spain; Germany Friday SUMMER READING The Grapes of Wrath Written by: John Steinbeck Type of Work: a novel Genres: historical fiction First Published: 1939 Setting: the Great Depression; Oklahoma TKM Section 1 TKM Section 2 3 Lessons Characters and —5 Days character maps Plot summary and plot Calpurnia Arthur Radley Tom Robinson diagram Aunt Alexandra Judge John Bob Ewell John Finch Taylor Mayella Ewell Miss Maudie TKM Section 2 TKM Section 2 TKM Section 2 Plot summary and plot Plot summary Plot summary diagram and plot diagram and plot diagram TKM Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram TKM Section 3 5 Lessons— 7 Days The book summary and analysis CHAPT 1-8 Chapter 1-2 3 4 Sept 6-10 Labor Day TKM Section 3 Chapter 3 TKM Section 3 Chapter 4 TKM Section 3 TKM Section 3 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 5 Sept 13-17 TKM Section 3 Chapter7 TKM Section 3 Chapter 8 TKM Section 4 TKM Section 4 4 Lessons —6 Days Chapter 10 The book summary and analysis CHAPT 9-15 TKM Section 4 Chapter 11 Chapter 9 6 7 8 Sept 20-24 TKM Section 4 TKM Section 4 TKM Section 4 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14-15 Sept 27Oct 1 TKM Section 5 TKM Section 5 TKM Section 5 Chapter 19-20 Chapter 21 Oct 4-8 TKM Section 5 Chapter 25 Chapter 22 TKM Section 6 TKM Section 6 Practice Cold Chapter 27 Read Task 2 Lessons —2 Day The book summary and analysis CHAPT 26-27 Chapter 26 TKM Section 5 TKM Section 5 6 Lessons Chapter 18 —8 Days The book summary and analysis CHAPT 16-25 Chapter 16-17 TKM Section 5 TKM Section 5 Chapter 23 Chapter 24 Progress Monitoring Assessment 1 1. Why does Atticus choose not to reveal to his children that Judge Taylor appointed him to Tom's case? How does his decision affect Scout's perception of her father? Progress Monitoring Assessment 1 1. Do you think that the adult Jean Louise telling the story through Scout's eyes may have added any embellishments to the story? Think of an event from your own life that occurred at least five years ago. Do 4 you see the event differently now? How do memory and education affect your perception of the event? Oct 11-15 Fall Break End 1st Nine Weeks 9 Oct 18-22 TKM Section 7 3 Lessons —4 Days Chapter 28-31 TKM Section 7 TKM Section 7 TKM Section 7 ½ day PD Chapter 29 Chapter 30 Chapter 31 TKM Section 8 TKM Section 8 TKM Section 8 TKM Section 8 Symbols Symbols The Knothole Chapter 28 10 Oct 25-29 TKM Section 8 3 Lessons —5 Days Symbols The Rabid Dog Physical Challenges The Knothole TKM Section 9 TKM Section 9 TKM Section 9 Symbols Introduction 11 12 Nov 1-5 Nov 8-12 TKM Section 9 4 Lessons —5 Days Culminating Writing Task Quotes "Why reasonable people go stark raving mad when anything involving a Negro comes up, is something I don't pretend to understand." Chapter 9 The Great Gatsby (TGG) Characters and character maps Plot summary and plot diagram Symbols Quotes "It was times like these when "Bad language is I thought my a stage all father, who children go hated guns and through, and it had never been dies with time to any wars, when they learn was the bravest they're not man who ever attracting lived." Chapter attention with it." 11 Chapter 9 TGG Section 1 TGG Section 1 Characters and character maps Characters and character maps TKM Section 9) I think there's You rarely win, just one kind of but sometimes you folks. Folks." do." Chapter 11 Chapter 23 Veterans TGG Section 1 Characters and character maps 5 Section 1 8 Lessons --10 Days 13 Nov 15-19 TGG Section 1 Characters and character maps TGG Section 1 ~Diagnostic~ TGG Section 1 TGG Section 1 TGG Section 1 Plot summary and plot diagram Plot summary and plot diagram TGG Section 2 Chapter 2 TGG Section 2 Chapter 3 TGG Section 2 Chapter 4 Chapter 1 TGG Section 2 TGG Section 2 Chapter 4 Chapter 4 TGG Section 2 Chapter 5 TGG Section 2 Chapter 6 PD TGG Section 2 TGG Section 2 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 TGG Section 2 Chapter 9 Plot summary and plot Explore the character of Nick. diagram How are readers supposed to feel about him? In what ways does he come off as reliable or unreliable? It is not uncommon to hear the term "a self-made man." In what possible ways might this term be explained? How does Gatsby fit that definition? In what ways does he take it too literally? 14 Nov 29-Dec 3 15 Dec 6-10 16 Dec 13-17 Thanksgiving TGG Section 2 11 Lessons —12 Days Chapter summary and analysis TGG Section 2 Chapter 2 6 17 Dec 20-24 Dec 27-31 Jan 3-7 Mid-term Examinations (Prog Monitoring 2) Christmas Christmas Christmas TGG Section 3 6 Lessons --8 Days SYMBOLS intro 18 Jan 10-14 TGG Section 3 TGG Section 3 The green light and the color green The green light and the color green TGG Section 3 ½ day PD TGG Section 3 TGG Section 3 TGG Section 3 The eyes of doctor t. j. Eckleburg The valley of ashes The valley of East and west ashes 19 Jan 17-21 MLK Day 20 Jan 24-28 21 22 End 2nd Nine Weeks TGG Section 3 TG Gatsby's Section 4 mansion 4 Lessons --7 Days Quotes Intro TGG Section 4 Chapter 1-2 quotes TGG Section 4 Chapter 3 quotes TGG Section 4 TGG Section 4 TGG Section 4 Chapter 4 quotes Chapter 5 quotes Chapter 6 quotes TGG Section 4 Chapter 7 quotes TGG Section 4 Chapter 8 quotes Jan 31-Feb 4 TGG Section 5 3 Lessons --5 Days Culminating Writing Task Themes Introductio n TGG Section 5 Power, TGG Section 5 TGG Section 5 Greed, betrayal, The American the American dream, dream, Feb 7-11 The Nightingale TN Section 1 (TN) Section 1 Characters and 7 Lessons character maps --9 Days TN Section 1 Characters and character maps TN Section 1 Characters and character maps Characters and character maps TGG Section 5 Justice TN Section 1 Characters and character maps 7 23 Feb 14-18 TN Section 1 Characters and character maps TN Section 1 Characters and character maps TN Section 1 Characters and character maps TN Section 1 Characters and character maps PD 24 Feb 21-25 Presidents Day The Nightingale (TN) Section 2 7 Lessons --9 Days Plot summary and plot diagram TN Section 2 TN Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram TN Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram TN Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram TN Section 2 TN Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram TN Section 3 TN Section 3 Chapter summary Chapter and analysis summary and analysis TN Section 3 Chapter summary and analysis TN Section 3 Chapter summary and analysis NEXT 4 Chapters NEXT 4 Chapters 25 26 Feb 28-Mar 4 Mar 7-11 The Nightingale TN Section 2 TN Section 2 Plot summary Plot summary and plot diagram and plot diagram The Nightingale (TN) Section 3 6 Lessons --9 Days Book summary and analysis Chapters 1-4 NEXT 4 Chapters Plot summary and plot diagram NEXT 4 Chapters Plot summary and plot diagram 8 27 Mar 14-18 TN Section 3 Chapter summary and analysis NEXT 4 Chapters TN Section 3 TN Section 3 Chapter summary Chapter and analysis summary and analysis NEXT 4 Chapters NEXT 4 Chapters TN Section 3 Chapter summary and analysis NEXT 4 Chapters 28 29 Mar 21-25 Mar 28-Apr 1 Apr 4-8 Progress Monitoring 3 Explore the character of Nick. How are readers supposed to feel about him? In what ways does he come off as reliable or unreliable? End 3rd Nine Weeks TN Section 4 TN Section 4 TN Section 4 TN Section 4 The Nightingale and Greek Myth Fantasy and Travel Wine and Intoxication Wine and Intoxication TN Section 5 TN Section 5 TN Section 5 TN Section 5 Sadness Love Art Man and nature TN Section 5 TN Section 5 TN Section 5 TN Section 5 Good Friday Transformation Culture Motivation Sacrifice Easter Monday The Grapes of Wrath (TGW) Section 1 5 Lessons --5 Days TGW Section 1 TGW Section 1 Characters and character maps Characters and Characters and character maps character maps (TN) Section 4 3 Lessons --5 Days Symbols Spring Break (TN) Section 4 5 Lessons --9 Days Culminating Themes Intro 30 31 Apr 11-15 Apr 18-22 TGW Section 1 Characters and character maps 32 Apr 25-29 LEAP 2025 Testing Window Opens TGW Section 1 TGW Section 2 Characters and 5 Lessons character maps --5 Days Plot summary and plot diagram TGW Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram TGW Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram 9 33 May 2-6 TGW Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram TGW Section 2 Plot summary and plot diagram TGW Section Plot summary and plot diagram TGW Section 3 TGW Section 3 6 Lessons --9 Days Book summary Chapter 5-8 and analysis Chapter 1-4 34 May 9-13 35 May 16-20 36 May 23-27 TGW Section 3 Chapter 9-12 TGW) Section 4 8 Lessons --8Days Themes and symbols Introduction TGW Section 4 Themes Humanity, Inhumanity, and Dehumanization. TGW Section 3 TGW Section 3 Chapter 13-16 Chapter 16-20 TGW Section 4 TGW Section 4 Symbols TGW Section TGW Section 3 3 Chapter 21-26 Chapter 26-30 TGW Section TGW Section 4 4 Dustbowl Blood Route 66 The Joads' Dog TGW Section 4 TGW Section 4 Dignity, Honor, and Wrath Powerlessness, Perseverance, and Resistance 10
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Pacing Guide

Natasha Bosworth
Grand Canyon University

2

Week

Dates

Monday

Tuesday

1

Aug 16-20 INTROS/INFO/
SUMMER
MATERIALS
READING
❖ To Kill a
To Kill a
Mockingbird Mockingbird
Written by:
❖ The Great
Harper Lee
Gatsby
Type of Work:
❖ The
a novel
Nightingale
Genres:
❖ The Grapes of bildungsroman
(coming of age
Wrath
novel); civil
rights
movement
First
Published:
1960 by J. B.
Lippincott
Setting: 1930s;
Maycomb,
Alabama

Learning
objective

Given the reading
material SWBAT
begin reading
TKM and start pre
reading analysis
of the novel by
defining the
meaning and
effect of the
Symbolism in the
title TKM and
give at least one
other example of
symbolism in
literature they
have read before.

Wednesday
SUMMER
READING
The Great
Gatsby
Written by:
F. Scott
Fitzgerald
Type of
Work: a
novel
Genres:
social
commentary;
American
fiction; Jazz
Age
First
Published:
1925
Setting:
1920s in
West Egg,
Long Island

Given the reading
material SWBAT
begin reading
TGG and start pre
reading analysis of
the novel. Writing
a brief report on
what was
happening in the
1920’s

Thursday

Friday

SUMMER
SUMMER
READING
READING
The
The Grapes of
Nightingale
Wrath
Written by:
Written by:
Kristin
John
Hannah
Steinbeck
Type of
Type of
Work:
Work: a
Fiction
novel
Genre:
Genres:
WWII
historical
narrative
fiction
First
First
Published:
Published:
2015
1939
Setting
Setting: the
(primary):
Great
Carriveau,
Depression;
France
Oklahoma
Settings
(secondary):
Paris,
France;
Oregon,
USA;
various
French
towns;
Spain;
Germany
Given the reading Given the reading
material SWBAT material SWBAT
begin reading The begin reading The
nightingale and grapes of wrath
start pre reading and start pre
analysis of the
reading analysis of
novel. Writing a the novel. Writing
brief report on the a brief report on
context in which the setting in
the book was
which the book
written: WWII written: Great
Depression

3

2

Aug 23-27 To Kill a
Mockingbird
(TKM) Section
1 2 Lessons
—4 Days
Characters and
character maps
Atticus Finch
Scout Finch
Jem Finch
Dill Harris
FORMATIVE
ASSESMENT:
In class discussion
on the characters
being analyzed

Learning
objectio
ns

SWBAT
1. Distinguish
between
various
characters in
TKM using
character
profiles where
they will list 3
pieces of text
that will
support the
description
and
characteristics
of the
characters
Atticus, Scout,
Jem and Dill

TKM Section 1

TKM Section 1

Characters and
character maps

Characters and
character maps

TKM Section 1 TKM Section 2
3 Lessons
Characters and —5 Days
character maps

Plot summary
and
plot
Calpurnia
Arthur Radley Tom Robinson
diagram
Aunt Alexandra Judge John
Bob Ewell
John Finch
Taylor
Mayella Ewell
SUMMATIVE
Miss Maudie
ASSESMENT
Timed essay
FORMATIVE Passage based
ASSESMENT: question on
FORMATIVE
FORMATIVE In class
TKAM
ASSESMENT: ASSESMENT: discussion on
In class
In class
the characters
discussion on
discussion on
being analyzed
the characters
the characters
being analyzed being analyzed
ESSENTIAL
QUESTIONS
From what you
have read about
the character
Atticus Finch
would you call
him a hero?
What makes
someone a hero?

SWBAT
1.

SWBAT
SWBAT
SWBAT
Distinguish
Distingu
1. Compare
1. Identify
between
ish
and
climaxes
Calpurnia
between Aunt Alexandra
contrast
in certain
various John Finch
the
parts of
charact using character
characterst
the novel
ers in
ics of Tom
using
profileswhere
students will
TKM
Robinson
printed
list at least 2
using
and Bob
copies of
charact pieces of text to
Ewell
the text to
support the
er
using a
analyze
profiles characteristics
table to list
the
of these
where
at least two
language
characters.
they will
scenarios
structure
list at
in the novel
and
least 3
where the
imagery
pieces
characters
of 3
of text
can be
selected
that will
compared
paragrap
support
hs from
2. Distinguish
thediscr
the novel
between
iption
and
various
AND
explain
characters
attitude
how that
in TKM
of the
affects
using
charact
the plot
character
ers
up to that
profiles
Culpuri
poin
where they
na Aunt
will list at
Alexand
least 3
r and

4
John

3

Aug 30Sep 3

TKM Section 2
TKM Section 2 TKM Section 2
Plot summary and plot Plot summary
Plot summary
diagram
and plot diagram
and plot
diagram
FORMATIVE
FORMATIVE
FORMATIVE
ASSESMENT
ASSESMENT
ASSESMENT
Weekly pop quiz on
Homework
TKAM
LOW STAKE
assignment
GROUP WORK
Students will get
into groups and
identify the
genres and
themes that
occur in the
novel

Learning
objective
s

4

Sept 6-10

pieces of
text And 1
adjective
that
describes
the
characters
Mauvella
Ewell and
Miss
Maude

SWBAT

SWBAT

Identify anti - climaxes
in parts of the novel
using printed copies of
the text to analyze the
language structure and
imagery of 3 selected
paragraphs from the
novel and explain how
this affects the plot up
to that point

Labor Day

UNIT
ACTIVITY
Students are to
design a poster
that can reflect
and summarize
the entire plot
of TKAM

Plot summary
and plot
diagram
ESSENTIAL
QUESTION

TKM Section 3
5 Lessons—
7 Days
The book
summary and
analysis CHAPT
1-8

Chapter 1-2
Is TKAM still
relevant in
FORMATIVE
today’s society? ASSESMENT
Explain your
Students to write
answer
a 1 minute
reflection
assignment on the
novel they are
currently studying
SWBAT

SWBAT

Identify the
Design a
genres and
cartoon comic
themes that
poster using A4
occur throughout
paper to
the novel using
illustrate the
academic articles plot of TKM
and critics
From chapters
response to TKM
1-15
student will pick
out 8 quotes from
the article that
relate to the
genre and themes
of TKM

Design a cartoon
comic poster
using A4 paper
to illustrate the
plot of TKM

1.Using the
given novel
Identify and
Analyze the
language
structure and
tone of the text
from the
selected
chapters using
at least 10
quotes to
support your
analysis

TKM Section 3

TKM Sec...


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