ENG-5102-2 – English and Written Narratives

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  • Learning Guide, 260 p. (8-6008-01)
  • Scored Activities, 40 p. (3) (7-6008-07)
  • DIGITAL – Learning Guide, 260 p. (N-6008-01)

English and Written Narratives is the second of three courses for Secondary V English Language Arts. The learning situations encourage the learners to develop an understanding and an ability to apply the codes and conventions used in narrative. The course addresses the competencies: reads and listens to written, spoken and media texts (C2) and produces texts for personal and social purposes (C3). By the end of the course, learners will be able to discuss and analyse short stories, a novel, and a critical essay. Learners will also write a short story and a critical essay on a novel.

Duration: 50 hours (2 units)

The learning guide contains six learning situations and three scored activities (formative evaluation situations).

  • Learning situation 1: Learners investigate written stories of various genres and narrative patterns.
  • Learning situation 2: Learners learn how literary techniques enhance the meaning and enjoyment of written narratives.
  • Learning situation 3: Learners write their own short story and are given support through various writing activities.
  • Learning situation 4: Leaners explore and experience how the novel impacts on readers and reflects the wide scope of human experience through the reading of a novel.
  • Learning situation 5: Learners analyse the course novel by writing well-constructed paragraphs on various literary topics.
  • Learning situation 6: Learners prepare to write a critical essay of 600 to 700 words focusing on literature.

In accordance with the end of course assessment procedures used by the institution where the adult is registered. In conformity with the applicable definition of domain for the field. 

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