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English Literature Form 3 2010 ENGLISH LITERATURE SCHEME OF WORK FORM 3

Novel : Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Week/ Date Week 1 & 2 04 16/01/10 Week 3 & 4 18 30/01/10

Week 5 & 6 01 12/02/10

Titles / Components Learning outcomes Overview : 3.0 Language for Aesthetic 1) Author Purposes 2) Synopsis 3.1 Listen to, read and respond to literary works by : Chapter summary a) understanding and telling (Chapter 1, 2 & 3) in ones own work the story and poem head and read, and giving ones opinion of the text; b) recognizing elements in a story such as characters and setting; c) explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discuss how this relates to ones life; d) understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs; e) Reciting poems with feelings and expressions. Chapter summary 3.2 Express themselves creatively (Chapter 4,5 & 6) and imaginatively by : a) dramatizing texts and roleplaying characters; b) retelling a story from a different point of view, and presenting it in another genre; c) Composing simple poems, stories and dialogues.

Specifications

Week 7 & 8 16 25/02/10

Chapter summary (Chapter 7,8 & 9)

Level 1 - Finding out the meaning of words by using the dictionary and/or contextual clues - Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 - Describing the setting of a story - Narrating the sequence of events - Describing characters and writing a paragraph or two about them - Making predictions as to what might happen next - Discuss values explored in the text. Level 1 - Finding out the meaning of words by using the dictionary and/or contextual clues - Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 - Describing the setting of a story - Narrating the sequence of events - Describing characters and writing a paragraph or two about them - Making predictions as to what might happen next. - Discuss values explored in the text. Level 1 - Finding out the meaning of words by using the dictionary and/or contextual clues - Retelling the story in ones own words

English Literature Form 3 2010 Level 2 - Describing the setting of a story - Narrating the sequence of events - Describing characters and writing a paragraph or two about them - Making predictions as to what might happen next. - Discuss values explored in the text. Level 1 - Finding out the meaning of words by using the dictionary and/or contextual clues - Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 - Describing the setting of a story - Narrating the sequence of events - Describing characters and writing a paragraph or two about them - Making predictions as to what might happen next. - Discuss values explored in the text. Level 1 - Finding out the meaning of words by using the dictionary and/or contextual clues - Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 - Describing the setting of a story - Narrating the sequence of events - Describing characters and writing a paragraph or two about them - Making predictions as to what might happen next. - Discuss values explored in the text. Level 1 - Finding out the meaning of words by using the dictionary and/or contextual clues - Retelling the story in ones

Week 9 & 10 01 12/03/10

Chapter summary (Chapter 10,11 & 12)

Week 11 & 12 Chapter summary 22/03 (Chapter 13,14 & 15) 01/04/10

Week 13 & 14 05 16/04/10

Chapter summary (Chapter 16,17 & 18)

English Literature Form 3 2010 own words Level 2 - Describing the setting of a story - Narrating the sequence of events - Describing characters and writing a paragraph or two about them - Making predictions as to what might happen next. - Discuss values explored in the text. Level 2 - Narrating the sequence of events - Relating events, characters and values to ones life. Level 2 - Describing the setting of a story

Week 15 & 16 19 30/04/10

PLOT - Pattern of events - Sequence of events

Week 17 & 18 03 14/05/10

SETTING - Social setting - Physical setting - Setting related events and their importance Week 19 & 20 *first semester 17 29/05/10 examinations* Week 21 & 22 CHARACTERS 3.0 Language for Aesthetic Level 1 21/06 - Main characters Purposes - Dramatizing sections of a text 02/07/10 and their qualities 3.1 Listen to, read and respond to and role-playing characters - Minor characters literary works by : Level 2 and their qualities a) understanding and telling - Describing characters and - Comparing and in ones own work the writing a paragraph or two contrasting story and poem head and about them characters read, and giving ones - Relating events, characters - Evaluating opinion of the text; and values to ones life relationship b) recognizing elements in a between the story such as characters characters and setting; - Making conclusion c) explaining the message the about characters writer is trying to convey - Evaluating the and discuss how this effects of relates to ones life; characters actions d) understanding other peoples cultures, Level 3 Week 23 & 24 THEMES traditions, customs and - Discussing the theme and 05 16/07/10 - Greed and beliefs; selfishness message of stories and poems e) Reciting poems with - Giving ones opinion of the - Dreams feelings and expressions. - Family love and poem and stories. 3.2 Express themselves creatively loyalty and imaginatively by : - Appearance vs. a) dramatizing texts and rolereality playing characters; - Violence b) retelling a story from a - Sacrifice

English Literature Form 3 2010 different point of view, and presenting it in another genre; c) Composing simple poems, stories and dialogues. Week 25 19 23/07/10 Week 26 26 30/07/10 Week 27 02 06/08/10 MORAL VALUES - Values - Lessons learnt POINT OF VIEW - 3rd person point of view LANGUAGE AND STYLE - Simile - Metaphor - Imagery - Personification - Symbolism REVISION Level 2 - Discussing values explored in the text. Level 2 - Retelling a story from another characters point of view Level 3 - Understanding the figurative language of the text

Week 28 & 30 09 27/08/10 Week 31 & 33 EXAMINATION 13/09 PRACTICE 01/10/10