Literature in English

Literature in English Scheme of Work, SS1, 1st 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, 1st Term:

 

WEEK 1

Topic: Introduction to Literature
  • What is Literature? Definitions of Literature
  • Functions of Literature
  • Differences between Literature in English and English Literature

 

WEEK 2

Topic: Genres of Literature (Drama)
  • Definition of Drama
  • Characteristics (Features) of Drama
  • Types of Drama

 

WEEK 3

Topic: Terms used in Drama

 

WEEK 4

Topic: Genre of Literature (Prose)
  • Definition of Prose
  • Characteristics (Features) of Prose
  • Types of Prose
  • Narrative Techniques -> First Person Narrative, Third Person Narrative, etc.
  • Draw a chart of Narrative Persons

 

WEEK 5

Topic: Genres of Literature (Poetry)
  • Definitions of Poetry
  • Characteristics (Features) of Poetry
  • Types of Poetry

 

WEEK 6

Topic: Poetic Devices
  • Rhyme, Rhythm, Stanza, Metre, Poetic License, Poetic Personae

 

WEEK 7

Topic: Literature Terms

 

WEEK 8

Topic: Literary Terms
  • Further Discussion on Figures of Speech like:
    -> Paradox
    -> Euphemism
    -> Hyperbole
    -> Synecdoche
    -> Metonymy
    -> Litotes
    -> Malapropism
    -> Pun and so on
  • Examples of the aforementioned Figures of Speech
  • A list of the Figures of Speech on Cardboard Sheet

 

WEEK 9

Topic: Literary Appreciation
  • Definition of Literary Appreciation
  • Discussions on what to appreciate and how
  • Significance of Literary works in context
  • Special Syntax of Poetry
  • Effective use of Literary Devices

 

WEEK 10

Topic: Literary Appreciation
  • Professional Terms used in Literary
  • Appreciation such as: Themes, Style, Setting, Tone, Mood, Symbolism and so on
  • A list of the Literary Terms on Cardboard Sheet

You can read on what Students are expected to know on various Subjects here.

 

WEEK 11

Topic: General Overview of the Literary Genres
  • Distinct features of each of the Genres
  • Differences between Drama, Prose and Poetry
  • Similarities between Drama, Prose and Poetry

 

WEEK 12

Topic: Plot
  • Definition of Plot
  • Difference between Plot and Story

 

WEEK 13

Topic: Revision

 

WEEK 12

Topic: Examinations

 

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