Literature in English: Second Term's Scheme of Work for SSS 1 – 3

Tamuno Reuben

Second term's Scheme of Work for Literature
Do I have students and teachers of Literature in English in the house? If yes, below is second term's scheme of work for literature in English for SSS 1– 3.

Week 1: Introduction to Second Class Citizen by Buchi Emecheta.
  • Background of the novelist.
  • Background and setting of the novel.
  • Plot summary.
Week 2: Themes and Style of the novel.

Week 3: Character Analysis –Major characters(roles and significance).

Week 4: Character Analysis 2 – Minor characters (roles and significance).

Week 5: General Overview of the novel.

Week 6: Introduction to The Lion and the Jewel by Wole Soyinka.
  • Background of the dramatist.
  • Background and setting of the play.
  • Plot summary.
Week 7: Themes and Styles.

Week 8: Characterization: Major characters (roles and significance).

Week 9: Characterization: Minor characters

Week 10/11: Revision

Week 12: Examination.

Week 1: Introduction to Unexpected Joy at Dawn by Alex Agyei-Agyiri.

Week 2: The themes and styles.

Week 3: Character Analysis 1

Week 4: General Overview of the novel – Unexpected Joy at Dawn.

Week 5: Introduction to Let Me Die Alone by John K. Kargbo

Week 6: The themes and styles.

Week 7: Introduction to Look Back in Anger by John Osborne.

Week 8: Character Analysis.

Week 9/10: Role Play: Let Me Die Alone and Look Back in Anger

Week 11: Revision

Weeks 1 and 2: Invisible Man by Ralph Waldo Elison
  • Background of the novelist.
  • Background and setting of the novel.
  • Plot Summary.
  • Themes and style of the novel .
  • Character Analysis: Major and Minor Characters .
Week 3: Revision on "Bat" by D.H Lawrence.

Week 4: Revision on "A Mid Summer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare

Week 5: Answering questions and general revisions: Attempting objectives or multiple choice questions  in WAEC and NECO Examination.

Week 6: Revision.