April 29, 2017

Literature in English: Third Term's Scheme of Work for SSS 1 and SSS 2


Literature in English: Third Term Scheme of Work for SSS 1 and SSS 3
Do I have Literature teachers and students in the house? If 'yes' is the answer, here is third term's scheme of work for Literature in English. As a teacher, you can teach your students using this scheme while as a student you can use it to read ahead.

Literature in English: Third Term's Scheme of Work for SSS 1

Week 1
Introduction to "Black Woman" by Leopard Sedar Senghor.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
Week 2
Themes and Style of the poem, "Black Woman" by Leopard Sedar Senghor.

Week 3
"The Leader and the Led" by Niyi Osundare.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
Week 4
Themes and Style of the Poem, "The Leader and the Led"

Week 5
Introduction to Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronté

Week 6
Themes and Style in Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronté.

Week 7
Characterization (Major Characters in Wuthering Heights and their significant roles).

Week 8
Characterization (Minor Characters in Wuthering Heights and their significant roles).

Week 9
General Overview (Give Project work to the students).

Week 10
General Overview (Continued).

Week 11
Revision.

Week 12/13
Examination.

Literature in English: Third Term's Scheme of Work for SSS 2

Week 1
Introduction to " Ambush" by Gbemisola Adeoti.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
  • Themes and style.
Week 2
Introduction to "The Dinning Table" by Gbanabom Hallewell.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
  • Themes and style.
Week 3
Introduction to "The Anvil and the Hammer" by Kofi Awoonor.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
  • Themes and style.
Week 4
Introduction to "Birches" by Robert Frost.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
  • Themes and style
Week 5
Introduction to "School Boy" by William Blake.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
  • Themes and style.
Week 6
Introduction to "Shall I Compare Thee to Summer's Day?" by William Shakespeare.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
  • Themes and style.
Week 7
Introduction to "Crossing the Bar" by Alfred Tennyson.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
  • Themes and style.
Week 8 - 9
Introduction to "The Proud King" by William Morris.

Look at:
  • The background and setting of the poet/poem.
  • Subject matter/summary of the poem.
  • Effective use of poetic devices/techniques.
  • Effective use of imagery/symbolism.
  • Themes and style.
Week 10
General Overview of the poems.

Week 11
Revision.

Week 12/13
Examination.

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