JSS 1: THIRD TERM SCHEME OF WORK
Types of drama
Features of drama
Features of drama (Continued)
Reading and explanation of a drama text
Definition of Figures of speech
Use of comparison
–Simile and Metaphor
Literary appreciation of a poem
–Analysis of a poem
Emphasis on using elevated language for writing poems to differentiate it from prose literature
Week 12 – 13
JSS 2:THIRD TERM’S SCHEME OF WORK
Types of poetry
Language of Poetry
i. Narrative poem
—The teacher should identify each of these poems and the language used in each of them.
—The teacher should also identify the theme of each of the poems.
–Types (Comedy and Tragedy)
–Features of drama: Theme, stage costumes etc.
Reading of the recommended drama texts.
–Identifying the message of the text.
–Roles of the characters (minor and major)
i. Reading and explanation of the recommended prose text(s)
ii. Identifying the type of prose
iii. Discuss the features of the prose text: Plot, characterisation, style, setting, language and theme
Reading of drama text (short play)
–Identify the essential language features of the play
–Identify the major character(s)
–Act out the play
–Identify irony in literature text
–Construction of correct sentences with irony.
Figures of speech (Hyperbole)
–Identification of hyperbole in literature text
–Construction of correct sentences with hyperbole
Characterisation and summary of the Literature texts
Week 12 – 13
JSS 3: THIRD TERM’S SCHEME OF WORK
Introduction to the prescribed drama texts, e.g. Trafficked Victims, Dinner for Promotion.
Biography of the playwrights of the prescribed drama texts.
Introduction to the Theme, Setting and Plot of the prescribed drama text(s).
Discussion and summary of the drama text
Highlight of the main characters and events in the text.
Revision of the treated Literature texts
Week 9 – 13