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SUBJECT
:          Literature-In-English

NOTE: This Scheme of Literature-in-English scheme of work aim to attain students' maximum comprehension by focusing on few major required reading texts rather on covering the whole 2016-2020 syllabus; if you love to see the Literature-in-English scheme of work that covers the whole 2016-2020 syllabus CLICK HERE.

CLASS: Senior Secondary One                         TERM: 1st Term

WEEK 1: The Genres of Literature
WEEK 2: Basic of Forms of Poetry
WEEK 3: Division of Drama
WEEK 4: Kinds of Prose
WEEK 5: 30 Figures of Speech
WEEK 6: Literary Terms Part 1 (theme, plot, tone, flashback, etc)
WEEK 7: Literary Terms Part 2 (Verisimilitude, Lake Poets, Parody, Periphrasis, Poetic Licence, Prosody, etc)
WEEK 8: The Proud Kind by William Morris (Background, Setting and Structure)
WEEK 9: The Proud King by William Morris (Themes and Poetic Devices)
WEEK 10: The Proud King by William Morris (Suggested Questions)

CLASS: Senior Secondary One                     TERM: 2nd Term

WEEK 1: Harvest of Corruption by Frank Ogbeche (Background, Setting and Characters)
WEEK 2: Harvest of Corruption by Frank Ogbeche (Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 3: Harvest of Corruption by Frank Ogbeche (Plot and Detail Arrangement of events)
WEEK 4: Faceless by Amma Darko (Background, Setting and Characters)
WEEK 5: Faceless by Amma Darko (Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 6: Faceless by Amma Darko (Plot and Detail Arrangement of events)
WEEK 7: The Pulley by George Herbert (Background, Setting and Structure)
WEEK 8: The Pulley by George Herbert (Themes and Poetic Devices)
WEEK 9: The Pulley by George Herbert (Suggested Questions)
WEEK 10: Summary of The Schoolboy by William Blake

CLASS: Senior Secondary One                 TERM: 3rd Term

WEEK 1: Summary of Faceless by Amma Darko
WEEK 2: The Proud King by William Morris (Background, Setting and Structure)
WEEK 3: The Proud King by William Morris (Summary)
WEEK 4: The Proud King by William Morris (Themes and Poetic Devices)
WEEK 5: The Proud King by William Morris (Suggested Questions)
WEEK 6: Vanity by Birago Diop (Background, Setting and Structure)
WEEK 7: Vanity by Birago Diop (Themes and Poetic Devices)
WEEK 8: Vanity by Birago Diop (Suggested Questions)
WEEK 9: Summary And Revision

CLASS: Senior Secondary Two                       TERM: 1st Term

WEEK 1: She Stoop To Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith (Summary)
WEEK 2: A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry (Background, Setting and Characters)
WEEK 3: A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry (Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 4: A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry (Plot and Detail Arrangement of events)
Week 5: The Anvil and The Hammer by Kofi Awoonor (Background, Setting and Structure)
WEEK 6: The Anvil and The Hammer by Kofi Awoonor (Themes and Poetic Devices)
WEEK 7: The Anvil and The Hammer by Kofi Awoonor (Suggested Questions)
WEEK 8: Piano and Drums by Gabriel Okara (Background, Setting and Structure)
WEEK 9: Piano and Drums by Gabriel Okara (Themes and Poetic Devices)
WEEK 10: Piano and Drums by Gabriel Okara (Suggested Questions)

CLASS: Senior Secondary Two                  TERM: 2nd Term

WEEK 1: A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry (Summary)
WEEK 2: She Stoop To Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith (Background, Setting and Characters)
WEEK 3: She Stoop To Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith (Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 4: She Stoop To Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith (Plot and Detail Arrangement of events)
WEEK 5: She Stoop To Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith (suggested Questions)
WEEK 6: Native Son by Richard Wright (Background, Setting and Characters)
WEEK 7: Native Son by Richard Wright (Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 8: Native Son by Richard Wright (Plot and Detail Arrangement of events)
WEEK 9: Native Son by Richard Wright (suggested Questions)
WEEK 10: Summary of Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare

 CLASS: Senior Secondary Two            TERM: 3rd Term

WEEK 1: Native Son by Richard Wright (Summary)
WEEK 2: The Blood Of A Stranger by Dele Charley (Background, Setting and Characters)
WEEK 3: The Blood Of A Stranger by Dele Charley (Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 4: The Blood Of A Stranger by Dele Charley (Plot and Detail Arrangement of events)
WEEK 5: The Blood Of A Stranger by Dele Charley (suggested Questions)
WEEK 6: Crossing The Bar by Alfred Lord Tennyson (Background, Setting and Structure)
WEEK 7: Crossing The Bar by Alfred Lord Tennyson (Themes and Poetic Devices)
WEEK 8: The Dining Table by Gbannabom Hallowell (Background, Setting and Structure)
WEEK 9: The Dining Table by Gbannabom Hallowell Themes and Poetic Devices)

CLASS: Senior Secondary Three         TERM: 1st Term

WEEK 1: Lonely Days by Bayo Adebowale (Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 2: Lonely Days by Bayo Adebowale (Plot and Detail Arrangement of events)
WEEK 3: Lonely Days by Bayo Adebowale (suggested Questions)
WEEK 4: The Last Good Man by Patience Swift (Background, Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 5: The Last Good Man by Patience Swift (Plot and Detail Arrangement of events)
WEEK 6: Othello by William Shakespeare (Themes and Literary Terms)
WEEK 7: Othello by William Shakespeare (Arrangement of Scenes)
WEEK 8: Othello by William Shakespeare (Arrangement of Scenes)
WEEK 9: Othello by William Shakespeare (suggested Questions)
WEEK 10: Othello by William Shakespeare (suggested Questions)

CLASS: Senior Secondary Three               TERM: 2nd Term

Revision and the Study of Past Questions



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