Literature in English

Literature in English Scheme of Work, SS1, 2nd Term

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In the 'gods are not to blame', the king's messenger who disobeyed the gods of the land in what he taught was a compassionate act is _____.

  • A. Ogundele

  • B. Gbonka

  • C. Odewale

  • D. Aderopo

  • E. Baba Fakunle

  • F. Alaka

In the story of 'The gods are not to blame'; the first son of king Adetusa is _____.

  • A. Ogundele

  • B. Gbonka

  • C. Odewale

  • D. Aderopo

  • E. Adewale

  • F. Adebisi

When the frog in front falls in a pit, others behind take caution. When crocodiles eat their own eggs, what will they not do to the flesh of a frog?

In the above context of the gods are not to blame, the person who made this statement is alleging that King Adetusa _____.

  1. died falling into a pit
  2. fell victim to man-eating crocodiles
  3. was killed by the people of Kutuje
  4. was killed by the Ijekun people.

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Literature in English Scheme of Work, SS1, 2nd Term:

 

WEEK 1

Topic: Introduction to 'Lonely Days' by Bayo Adebowale
  • Background of the Novelist (Author)
  • Background and setting of the Novel
  • Plot summary/Plot

 

WEEK 2

Topic: Theme(s) and Style
  • Discussions on the theme(s) in the text
  • Characteristics (Features) of drama
  • Analysis of the style

 

WEEK 3

Topic: Character Analysis (I)
  • Discussions on the major characters
  • Analysis of their roles and significances

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WEEK 4

Topic: Character Analysis (II)
  • Discussions on the minor characters
  • Analysis of their roles and significances
  • Relationship between the characters

 

WEEK 5

Topic: General overview of the Novel
  • General discussions with project work; or pair students up for discussions
  • Questions and Answers session on the text

 

WEEK 6

Topic: Introduction to 'Harvest of Corruption' by Frank Ogodo
  • Background of the Dramatist (Playwright)
  • Background and setting of the play
  • Plot Summary

 

WEEK 7

Topic: Theme(s) and Style
  • Discussions on the theme(s) in the text
  • Analysis of the style

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WEEK 8

Topic: Characterization
  • Discussions on the major characters
  • Analysis of their roles and significances

 

WEEK 9

Topic: Characterization
  • A discussion on the minor characters
  • Analysis of their roles and significances
  • How are the characters related

 

WEEK 10

Topic: Role Play (Drama)
  • Role-play the actions of the major characters in the text
  • Role-play on the actions of the minor characters in the play/text

 

WEEK 11

Topic: Revision

 

WEEK 12

Topic: Examinations

 

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