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(Benchmark- Objective: Students will be able to fill in the literary elements of a plot

arc with 5/5 accuracy. Students will be able to define the literary elements of a plot
arc with 5/5 accuracy. )

Name:
Class:
Plot Arc
Directions: In the space below, write in the different literary elements
of a plot arc. Below that, define each literary element you use in your
own words.

(Formal Formative- Objective: Students will be able to create the plot arc of The
Raven with all 5/5 accuracy)

Name:
Class:
The Raven Plot Arc
Directions: Fill in the plot arc with the literary elements and examples
from The Raven.

(Formal Formative- Objectives: Students will be able to Students will be able to


identify one example of how medium choices affect how society views a topic with
100% accuracy. Students will be able to identify at least two complexities and two
inconsistencies in the information presented through the two mediums with 100%
accuracy)

Name:
Date:

News Media Analysis Quiz

Section I:
Directions: In the space provided, write one
example of how you think the medium choices made
by the reporters affected the topic of Halloween
candy.

Section II:
Directions: Give two examples of the following
information in the spaces provided based on the
articles covered and the video watched.
Complexities in the information:
1.
2.
Inconsistencies in the information:
1.

2.
(Formal Formative- Objective: Students will be able to create a 3-5 sentence
paragraph with mastery of the punctuation they are assigned with 100% accuracy)

Name:
Date:

Poster Board Grammar Paragraph


Directions: In your small groups, write a 3-5
sentence paragraph with the punctuation that youve
bid on. You will be graded on accuracy, how many
different types of sentences you used, how you used
the punctuation, and overall grammar usage.

(Informal Formative- Objective: Students will be able to fill in the literary elements of
a plot arc with 5/5 accuracy. Students will be able to define the literary elements of a
plot arc with 5/5 accuracy)
First Informal Formative:
Question and Answer
Questions: Joseph, could you please explain what a plot arc is?
Who can define literary elements?
Alice, could you please give me an example of a literary element?
What is the first element of a plot arc?
So on, and so forth so you can low-stakes assess what the students know.
Second Informal Formative:
Observation
As the students complete this handout, watch them and observe their answers. You
do not have to take the completed handout, but they can use this for notes, and the
observation of their completion is a low stakes learning environment. After
completion, go over the correct answers.

Name:
Class:
The Raven Plot Arc
Directions: Fill in the plot arc with the literary elements and examples
from The Raven.

Independently in a PBL, students will be able to create their


own poems, short story, or play using proper conventions and writing styles with 100%
accuracy. Independently in a PBL, students will be able to apply organizational methods
standard to the genre with 4/4 accuracy. Independently in a PBL, students will be able to
use at least 5 specific details to enhance the story elements with 5/5 accuracy.
Independently in a PBL, students will be able to incorporate at least two examples of
dialogue in poems, and five in short stories and plays with 2/2 and 5/5 accuracy)
(Summative- Objectives:

Writing Project
Directions: Students get to chose their medium of writing, and will create a project based
on the directions below. Students will have to create a rationale on why they chose the
genre and why they made stylistic choices.
SHORT STORY:
Create a story ark
List 5 specific details that will enhance their story
For each specific detail, create a line of dialogue
Write a short story including the above pieces, minimum page length should be 4
pages
POEMS:
Decide on meter, rhyme scheme, speaker, and subject
List 5 specific details that will enhance their story
In their rationale, add a section or paragraph where the speaker is identified and
how dialogue is implemented
Write a series of at least three pages of poems
PLAY:
Create a story ark
List 5 specific details that will enhance their play
For each specific detail, create lines of dialogue that will be included in the play
Write a scene from a play that includes the above pieces, minimum page length
should be 4 pages
Total Points: 100
Rationale /25
Organizational methods /25
Specific Details /25
Dialogue /25

(Summative- Objective: Students will be able to create a plot arc with examples using
a given short story with 5/5 accuracy.)

Name:
Class:
Plot Arc with Given Work
Directions: Fill in the literary elements of the plot arc and with
examples from the work that you are given.