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UVGS 3EN5 1999/2000: Jørn's English class

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August September
Legend:
Bold = English class
Green = vacation
Blue = tests, writing
Purple = alternative activities, no English class
Red = red-letter day, no school
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  Weeks  34-36: Impressions: "Telling stories"
Texts:
Hemingway: "Hills Like White Elephants" 
Gordimer: "The Moment Before the Gun Went Off"
Maugham: "The Luncheon"
Frame: "Miss Gibson and the Lumber Room"
cont-d: "Telling stories"

Weeks 36-38. New Perspectives:
Ch. 2. An Introduction to the UK
Ch. 3. The Patchwork of British Society
Ch. 4. A British Identity 

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Weeks 40-42: Impressions. "Appreciating Poetry"
Texts:
(to be selected later)
The Romantic Period
Texts:
(to be selected later)
Weeks 43-46. New Perspectives
Ch. 5. The System of Government in the UK
Ch. 6. The British Welfare System
Ch. 7. The UK and the World

Weeks 47-49
A novel
(to be selected later)

(cont'd)

Weeks 50-2/2000. The World of Shakespeare

 

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Weeks 1-2:
The World of Shakespeare (cont'd)

January 14: end of first term.

Weeks 3-6: New Perspectives.
Ch. 8. An Introduction to the United States
Ch. 9. The American Salad Bowl
Ch. 10. An American Identity

New Perspectives (cont'd)
(February 10: School ski trip)

Weeks 6-10: A novel
(to be selected later)

Weeks 11-13: New Perspectives
Ch. 11. The System of Government in the US
Ch. 12. The American Welfare System
Ch. 13. The US and the World
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April 6-14: 5-hour tests (no classes)
 Weeks 14+17: Impressions. One period before the 20th century (to be selected later)
Weeks 17-19: Revision (+ more 20th century literature?)

Exams start Friday, May 19