IB English 12 - English Department of Curriculum &...

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English Tuscaloosa City Schools www.tusc.k12.al.us English 12, International Baccalaureate Instructor: Phone Number: Email: Conference Times: Room Number: Credits: 1.0 Textbook/Materials: Major Resources For Instruction: IB English 12 content and requirements are a partial fulfillment of the Central High School IB Curriculum listed below: Part I: World Literature: Regional 1. Anna Karenina - Tolstoy 2. Fathers and Sons - Turgenev 3. A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich - Solzhenitsyn Assessment: World Lit. Paper 1: aspect of a region or theme, 1200-150 words (10%), World Lit Paper 2: analysis of one or more works, 700-1000 words (10%) Part II: Detailed Study 1. Macbeth - Shakespeare 2. The Tempest - Shakespeare 3. Selected poems by John Donne, John Keats, Langston Hughes, Emily Dickinson 4. Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte Assessment: oral, both formal and informal (II, IV, combined: 30%) Part III: Study of Literature in Context: Art of Drama 1. A Doll's House - Ibsen 2. Death of a Salesman - Miller 3. A Streetcar Named Desire - Williams 4. "Master Harold" . . . and the boys - Fugard Assessment: Written, formal (50%) A. Commentary on one of two unseen passages, 2 hrs. (25%), and B. One essay and question from two, 2 hrs. (25%) Part IV: School based - study 1. The Scarlet Letter - Hawthorne 2. Their Eyes Were Watching God - Hurston 3. House of the Spirits - Allende 4. Wide Sargasso Sea - Rhys Assessment: Oral, both formal and informal (II and IV combined, 30%) Student materials needed : One 3-ring binder notebook specifically for this class, blue or black ink pens, colored pencils, plastic dividers, loose-leaf notebook paper, MLA handbook. Course Prerequisites: IB English 11 Course Number: 001522 Course Fee: $25.00 Course Description: IB English 12 will continue the study of expository writing through a study of paragraph and essay structures and literary
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English Tuscaloosa City Schools www.tusc.k12.al.us selections. Students will study British and World Literature as a basis for literary analysis. Works of literature from the IB Prescribed Book List and the IB World Literature List will be included in the content of this course. Daily preparation is required. This course will prepare students to take the International Baccalaureate Exam in May. Students should read The Tempest prior to this course. This course fulfills the graduation requirement of one credit of English for the advanced academic or regular diploma. Course Objectives:
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