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LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH (LIT) SSS 2- FIRST TERM (Click here to see the Lit-in-Eng texts for 2021-2025)
1. Introduction to A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare.
2. Reading of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with explanations.
3. Summary of books for the term.
4. Introduction to Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronté
5. Character Analysis

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH (LIT) SSS 2- SECOND TERM (Click here to see the Lit-in-Eng texts for 2021-2025)
1. Introduction to Unexpected Joy at Dawn by Alex Agyei-Agyiri.
2. The themes and styles.
3. Character Analysis 1
4. General Overview of the novel – Unexpected Joy at Dawn.
5. Introduction to Let Me Die Alone by John K. Kargbo
6. The themes and styles.
7. Introduction to Look Back in Anger by John Osborne.
8. Character Analysis.
9. Role Play: Let Me Die Alone and Look Back in Anger

LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH (LIT) SSS 2- THIRD TERM (Click here to see the Lit-in-Eng texts for 2021-2025)
1. Introduction to “The Grieved Lands” by Agostinho Neto.
– 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.

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2. Introduction to “The Song of the Woman of My Land” by Oumar Farouk Sesay
– 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.

3. Introduction to “Raider of the Treasure Trove” by Lade Wosomu
– 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.

4. Introduction to “The Good-Morrow” by John Donne.
– 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

5. Introduction to “Caged Bird” by Maya Angelou.
– 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.

6. Introduction to “The Journey of the Magi” by T.S Eliot
– 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.

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7. Introduction to “Do not Go Gentle into the Good Night” by Dylan Thomas
– 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.

8. Introduction to “Bat” by David H. Lawrence
– 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.

9. General Overview of the poems

Also See

ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

GOVERNMENT SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

FURTHER MATHEMATICS SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

ECONOMICS SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK

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