Literature and Purple Hibiscus

Topics: Literature, Poetry, George Bernard Shaw Pages: 13 (1902 words) Published: July 31, 2013
LITERATUR E IN ENGLISH

WEEKS:

1.​SCHEME OF WORK SS I 1ST TERM
a. Revision of previous session’s work.
b.​Resumption test
c.​Copying of scheme of works for the term

2.​LITERARY APPRECIATION
​What is literature?
a. Definition and functions of literature.
b.​Forms of literature (Oral and written with specific examples). c.​The genre / branches of literature prose, drama and poetry with examples
3.​ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE
a. Synopsis – theme(s) plot, setting
b. Synopsis continued
Character, characterization, (human and animal).
c.​Language – 1st person narrator, 3rd person omniscient Narrator Or the Eye of God

4.​GENRES / BRANCHES OF LITERATURE CONTINUATION
a. What is prose: types and elements
b. What is drama? Types and elements
c. What is poetry? Types and elements

5.​LITERARY TECHNIQUES AND STYLE
a. flashback, sons / chorus(es) dances
b. Language / diction – proverb, vernacular, pidgin / colloquial (authorized jargon) c. Literary appreciation / critiquing

6.​FORMS OF PROSE
a. Fiction and non – fiction with specific examples.
b. Distinguishing features
c. Seen and unseen prose; parts of a novel, prologues and epilogue.
7.​MID – TERM TEST AND BREAK

8.​FIGURATIVE EXPRESSION(S) / DEVICE(S)
a. Figures of comparison and sound
b. Figures of association and contrast
c. Figures of emphasis, symbol and antonomasia

9.​Glossary of literary terms
10.​More on glossary
11.​Review of the term’s work.
12.​Examinations.
13.​Marking and collating.
14.​Issuance of result and closure

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS I SECOND TERM

TEXTS – (A) PURPLE HIBISCUS BY CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE
OR (B) AWOMAN IN HER PRIME BY ASARE KONADU

WEEKS
1.
a. Review of last term’s work
b. Resumption test
c. Copying of Scheme of work

2.​Introduction to the Prose Test chosen Background of the author, Setting and plot.
3.​Reading of Unit I Purple Hibiscus
​ OR
​Reading of Chapters 1 – 3 A woman in Her Prime

4.​Reading of Unit 2 Purple Hibiscus
OR
Reading of Chapters 4 – 6 A woman in Her Prime
5.​Reading of Unit 2 Purple Hibiscus
​OR
​Reading of Chapters 7 – 9 A Woman in Her Prime

6.​Reading of Unit 3 Purple Hibiscus
​OR
​Reading of Chapters 10 - 12 A Woman in Her Prime

7.​MID - TERM TEST / BREAK

8.​Reading of Unit 4 Purple Hibiscus
​OR
​Reading of Chapters 13 – 14 A woman in Her Prime

9.​Incidents and Characterization

10.​Themes and Techniques

11.​Revision and Examination

12.​Examination and Marking

13.​Marking, collation of Results and Closure.

SCHEME OF WORK FOR SS I 3RD TERM
AFRICAN DRAMA

TEXTS – WOMEN OF OWU BY FEMI OSOFISAN
OR ​ THE BLINKARDS BY KOBINA SEKYI

WEEKS:

1.
a. Review of the Previous term’s work
b. Resumption Test.
c. Copying of Scheme of work for the term.

2.​Introduction of the Drama text chosen background of the playwright, ​setting & plot.
3.​Reading of Act I scenes 1 & 2 of Women of Own
​OR
​Reading of Act I of The Blinkards

4.​Reading of Act I scene 3 of Women of Owu
​OR
​Reading of Act 2 of The Blinkards

5.​Reading of Act I scene 4 of Women of Owu
​OR​
​Reading of Act 3 of The Blinkards

6.​Reading Act I scene 5 of Women of Owu
​OR
​Reading of Act 4 of The Blinkards

7.​Mid – Term Test and Break.

8.​Incidents and Characterization.

9.​Themes

10.​Techniques

11.​Revision and Examination

12.​Examination, Marking.

13.​Collation and Closure

TEXT FOR WASC AND NECO

AFRICAN PROSE

1.​Adichie Chimammmmanda – Purple Hibisus

2.​Asare Konadu – Awoman in Her Prime

Non – African Prose
i.​William Golding: Lord of the Flies
ii.​Ernest Hemming way:...
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