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SCHEME OF WORK: ENGLISH LITERATURE COMPONENT FORM 1

WEEK/
DATE 24

TOPIC /ELEMENTS POEM The River 1. Point of view 2. Tone and mood The River 1. Interpretation of the poem 2. Theme The River 1. Language and style SHORT STORY Flipping Fantastic 1. Setting 2. Plot Flipping Fantastic 1. Characterization 2. Theme Flipping Fantastic 1. Point of view 2. Style POEMS Mr. Nobody 1 Setting 2 Plot Mr. Nobody 1 Characterization 2 Theme

LEARNING OUTCOME Understanding the poem and obtaining ones opinion of the text Understanding in ones words of the poem Identifying the main message conveyed by the writer Explaining the message the writer is trying to convey Listening to, read, view and respond to literary works by Understanding and telling in ones own words the story Explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life Recognizing the characters in the story Understanding other peoples cultures, tradition, custom and beliefs Explaining how the writer is conveying the message

SPECIFICATION Talking about different ways of putting across the message by the writer Retelling the poem

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Understanding some figurative language suitable to students proficiency level Level 1 Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 Giving the sequence of events Talking about the place and time Level 2 Talking about characters in the story Talking about the theme of the story Talking about the message the writer is trying to convey Talking about different ways of putting across the message by the writer

Listening to, read, view and respond to literary works by Understanding and telling in ones own words the story Explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life

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Mr. Nobody 1 Point of view 2 Style NOVEL Journey to the centre of the Earth 1 Setting 2 Plot Journey to the centre of the Earth 1 Characterization 2 Theme Journey to the centre

Level 1 Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 Giving the sequence of events Talking about the place and time Recognizing the characters in Level 2 the story Talking about characters in the story Understanding other peoples cultures, tradition, custom and Talking about the theme of the story beliefs Talking about the message the writer is trying to convey 17 18 AUGUST MID SEMESTER 2 BREAK WEEK 33 & 34 Explaining how the writer is conveying the message Talking about different ways of putting across the message by the writer Listening to, read, view and respond to literary works by Understanding and telling in ones own words the story Explaining the message the writer is trying to convey and discussing how this relates to ones life Recognizing the characters in the story Understanding other peoples cultures, tradition, custom and beliefs Explaining how the writer is conveying the message Level 1 Retelling the story in ones own words Level 2 Giving the sequence of events Talking about the place and time Level 2 Talking about characters in the story Talking about the theme of the story Talking about the message the writer is trying to convey Talking about different ways of putting across the message

SCHEME OF WORK: ENGLISH LITERATURE COMPONENT FORM 1


39 40 40 41 42 43 44 of the Earth 1 Point of view 2 Style Journey to the centre of the Earth 1 Point of view Journey to the centre of the Earth 1 Point of view Journey to the centre of the earth 1 Setting Journey to the centre of the Earth 1 Plot Journey to the centre of the Earth 1 Characterization Journey to the centre of the Earth 1 Characterization Black Beauty 1 Characterization by the writer Understanding in ones own words the story Understanding in ones own words the story Understanding the sequence of events Understanding the set up of the story Talking about the theme of the story Understanding other peoples cultures, traditions, customs and beliefs Understanding the set up of the story Changing the poem to another form to verify the ones understanding poem or story Pin-pointing which characters point of view Reexamining the story to ascertain the internal and external features of the story Talking about characters in the story Talking about characters in the story Talking about characters in the story Reexamining the story to ascertain the internal and external features of the story

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