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1: Introduction to Literature

  • What is literature: various definitions of literature.
  • Functions of literature
  • Difference(s) between literature – in – English and English Literature

2: Genres of literature 1(Drama)

  • Definition of Drama
  • Characteristic (features) of drama.
  • Types of Drama

3: Terms used in Drama

  • Professional Terms such as stages, audience, dialogue, soliloquy, aside, character, flashback, foreshadowing, prologue, epilogue, prompt, script, backdrop, costume, etc
  • Draw a chart of terms used in drama

4: Genres of Literature 11(Prose)

  • Definition of prose
  • Characteristics (features) of prose.
  • Types of prose
  • Narrative Techniques: first-person narrative/third person narrative etc
  • Draw up a chart of Narrative persons

5: Genres of Literature 111 (Poetry)

  • Various definitions of poetry
  • Characteristics (features) of poetry
  • Types of poetry

6: Poetic Devices

  • Rhyme, Rhythm, Stanza, meter, Poetic license, poetic personae

7: Literary Term 1

  • Discussion on figures of speech such as simile, metaphor, personification, oxymoron, onomatopoeia, alliteration, assonance, etc
  • Various examples of each

8: Literary Terms 11

  • Further discussions on figures of speech such as Paradox, Irony, Euphemism, Hyperbole, Synecdoche, Metonymy, Litotes, Malapropism, pun, etc
  • Various examples of each

9: Literary Appreciation 1

  • Definition of Literary Appreciation
  • Discussions on what to appreciate and how:
  • Significance of Literary works in context.
  • Special Syntax of poetry
  • Effective use of Literary devices

10: Literary Appreciation 11

  • Professional Terms used in Literary Appreciation such as: Themes, style, setting, tone, mood, symbolism, etc
  • A list of literary terms on cardboard paper.

11: General Overview of the Literary Genres

  • Distinct features of each of the genres
  • Differentiate between Drama, prose and poetry
  • Similarities between drama, prose, and poetry

12: Plot

  • Definition of plot
  • Difference between plot and story

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