Third Term SS2 Literature in English Lesson Note
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This lesson note covers the following topics for SS2 Third Term Literature in English:
1. Introduction to Non – African Drama
John Osborne: Look Back in Anger
a. Authorial and Textual background of either play
b. Plot summary of either play
Setting of either play listed above
2. Comprehensive treatment of Act I; Scene one
3. Comprehensive treatment of Act I Scene two
4. Comprehensive treatment of Act II; scene one
5. Comprehensive treatment of Act II; scene two
6, Character and Characterization.
1. Roles played by each character in either play MUST BE EMPHASISED.
MID TERM BREAK
9. Style: Language and Dramatic techniques
10. “Binsey Poplars” – G.N. Hopkins
a. Themes and content Analysis of the poem
Poetic devices of the poem
11. “The Good Morrow” – John Donne
a. Themes and Content Analysis of the poem
b. Poetic devices of the poem
1-2 Reading and Analyzing of Non-African Poetry: “The Birches” by Robert Frost
3-5 Reading and Textual Analysis of Non-African Drama: She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith.
6-8 Reading and Analyzing African Poetry: “Vanity” by BiragoDiop.
8-10 Reading and Textual Analysis of Non-African Prose: The Castle ofOtranto by Harace Walpole.
• She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith.
• Exam Reflection Literature- in-English by Sunday OlatejuFaniyi.
• Exam Reflection Literature-in-English (Prose and Drama) by Sunday OlatejuFaniyi.
• The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole.