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Unit 1 – LTA1 - Texts in Context Chapter Aims of the chapter Print Resources Page Electronic (Subheadings) Number Resources 1 - Introduction Introduces the content and skills Your AS English Literature 1-8 requirements of the AS course. course Considers the philosophy of - How to become an informed, reading and meaning that independent reader underpins the Specification. - Reading for meaning - Reading Explores the choices you can - Meaning make in your wider reading. - Wider reading for your AS Explains how you will be English Literature course assessed. - Texts for AS – Victorian Literature - Close reading for your AS English Literature course - How your work will be assessed - Marking grids for Units 1 and 2 2 2 – How to Introduces the poetry set text, the Choice of text 9-13 Discussion Tool - approach the set relevant Assessment Objectives 1 The Selected Poems of John Brontës as Poets text in Unit 1 and the types of questions. Clare (published 1997) Discussion Tool - Considers how you will be 2 The Selected Poems of the Hardy as Nature assessed in the exam and the best Brontës (published 1997) Poet and most effective ways to 3 The Selected Poems of Thomas Hardy (published 1998) Discussion Tool - approach the study of your set text Clare as Nature Poet in Unit 1. Studying the poems in your chosen text Drag and Drop – Brontës’ poems and The Assessment Objectives for themes Unit 1 Drag and Drop – What kinds of questions will you Clare’s poems and have to answer in the exam? themes How will I be assessed in the Drag and Drop – exam? Hardy’s poems and themes Drag and Drop Shuffle - Births, Publications, Deaths Drag and Drop Multiple Answer - Authors and statements Planning Tool – set text exam style question Multiple Choice - Poets and their lives Webquest - Brontës and the wider world Webquest – Clare and the wider world Webquest – Hardy and the wider world Text Analysis - Sample Poems Audio Recordings – readings of various Victorian poems 3 3 – Approaching Explores the opportunities offered Introduction 14-33 Non-interactive the coursework by coursework. Coursework – a different way of (Powerpoint) - Looks at the choices of text for working Coursework Planning both the prose and the drama The prose text Non-interactive assignments. 1 Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë (Word Document) - Enables you to practise (1816-1855) Using ICT to help constructing appropriate tasks for 2 Wuthering Heights by Emily you in the each text. Brontë (1818-1848) coursework 3 Hard Times by Charles assignments (1) Considers ways to plan and write your essays. Dickens (1812-1870) Non-interactive 4 Middlemarch by George Eliot (Word Document) - (1819-1880) Using ICT to help 5 The Picture of Dorian Gray by you in the Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) coursework 6 Tess of the D’Urbervilles by assignments (2) Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) 7 Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) 8 The French Lieutenant’s Woman by John Fowles (1926- 2005) 9 Possession by A.S.Byatt (born 1936) 10 English Passengers by Matthew Kneale (born 1960) Writing about your chosen novel - The personal informed interpretation - The creative, transformational piece The drama text 1 A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen (1826-1906) 2 A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) 3 Arcadia by Tom Stoppard (born 1937) Writing about the chosen drama text 4 4 – Tackling wider Studies a selection of Victorian Introduction 34-46 Discussion Tool - reading in poetry poetry, as part of the The poetry of doubt: Alfred, Lord How representative Specification’s wider reading Tennyson are these poems? (of requirement. In Memoriam A.H.H. E B Browning) Consider’s the range of poetic The poetry of faith: Christina Drag and Drop forms used by 19th-century Rossetti Connector - Poets writers. The Convent Threshold and their lines of Explains how the Specification’s poetry (1) The poetry of obscurity: Emily Assessment Objectives can be Dickinson Drag and Drop applied to the poetry you have Connector - Poets read. Love poetry: Elizabeth Barrett and their lines of Browning poetry (2) Begins to make meaning from the Sonnets from the Portuguese poems, recognising key features of Drag and Drop content and style. Shropshire Lads: A.E.Housman Multiple Answer - and John Betjeman Poets’ names and Explores connections between the A Shropshire Lad (Housman) poems and considers the themes A Shropshire Lad (Betjeman) importance of their Victorian Drag and Drop context. Shuffle - Births, Publications, and Deaths Text Entry – Reflecting on Victorian poetry Image Analysis - Poetry and Pictures Webquest - Poetry in the Victorian Age Text Analysis - Poetry (4 extracts) Audio recordings – readings of various Victorian poems 5 – Tackling wider Studies a range of extracts from Introduction 47-59 Discussion Tool - reading in prose Victorian novels, as part of the The realistic novel: Anna of the Realism and Specification’s wider reading Five Towns Victorian Novels requirement. Drag and Drop The novel as autobiography: Considers the variety of form Redburn Connector - which Victorian prose writers used. Narrative Techniques The Utopian novel: News from Shows how the Specification’s Nowhere Drag and Drop Assessment Objectives can be Connector -Narrative applied to your reading The satirical novel: The Diary of Techniques 2 a Nobody Makes meaning from the extracts, Drag and Drop identifying key features of content The modern Victorian novel: An Multiple Answer - and style. Abridged History Authors and their Finds connections between the genre extracts and considers the Drag and Drop importance of their contexts. Shuffle - Publications Text Entry – Victorian fiction revision Image Analysis - Victorian Pictures and Prose Text Analysis - Victorian Fiction Extracts Webquest - Critics of the Age: Fiction 5 6 – Tackling wider Studies a selection of extracts from Introduction 60-78 Discussion Tool - reading in drama Victorian plays, as part of the A melodrama: Maria Marten (or Victorian Drama and Specification’s wider reading The Murder in the Red Barn) realism requirement. Drag and Drop A comedy: The Admirable Considers the different techniques Crichton Connector - Plays used by Victorian dramatists to and Quotations create theatrical effects. A banned play: Mrs Warren’s Profession Drag and Drop Shows how the Specification’s Multiple Answer - Assessment Objectives can be A play in translation: Three Stage Directions applied to the drama extracts you Sisters Drag and Drop have studied. A screenplay: The French Shuffle - Drama and Allows you to begin to form your Lieutenant’s Woman Dates own ideas about the key features Text Entry –revision of content and style in 19th-century of terminology plays. Image Analysis - Explores connections between the Pictures and Plays drama extracts and considers the importance of their 19th-century Text Analysis - context. Victorian Drama Webquest - Critics of the Age : Drama 7 – Preparing for Describes to context quetion in the Introduction 79-89 Drag and Drop the context Unit 1 exam. Preparation Multiple Answer - question Explains how the relevant History Overview The exam question Assessment Objectives are - The non-fiction text Drag and Drop expressed in the keywords of the - The exam question Multiple Answer - context question. - The Assessment Objectives Events Begins to make meaning from and the link to keywords in the Discussion Tool - studying the context extracts, exam question Wider Reading identifying key features of content - Practising the skills Text Entry – Revision an style. - A letter: William Wordsworth to of Victorian Literature Makes connections between the General Charles Pasley - An autobiography: Journey out Planning Tool - context extracts and your wider Context Question reading in Victorian literature. of Essex - A biography: The Life of Text Analysis - Charlotte Brontë Victorian Non-Fiction - A history text in translation: The prose Condition of the Working Class Webquest - in England Literature and Wider - Cultural commentary: Modern World Painters 8 – Conclusion: a Reviews the skills and knowledge Introduction 90-96 specimen paper gained through your AS English The specimen paper Literature course and study of this - Approaching the paper book. Activities Introduces a specimen exam paper where you can practise your Keywords, focus and strategies skills and identify where you might in the examination room need to improve them. Assessment Looks at ways of approaching the exam paper. Explains how you will be assessed.
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