In addition, we seek to help students develop a more mature understanding of the contexts and issues that their texts are set in so that they might gain confidence and sensitivity in their explorations of possible interpretations of the texts which they will encounter.
In our tutorial program, we aim to comprehensively cover themes and devices to equip students with the necessary tools and understanding to meet their paper requirements. Regular practice sessions designed to provide opportunities for students to apply what they have learnt, test out their own interpretations and explore the perspectives that their tutors and peers offer in response, all of which are essential experiences for deepening their understanding of the subject matter.
Students are encouraged to participate actively in all class discussions to increase their appreciation of and sensitivity towards the nuances in the various texts and text forms as well as to gain confidence in supporting their own interpretations in the process.
H1Paper 1: Reading LiteraturePaper 1 is a compulsory paper designed to give students broad exposure to literary study. The texts set will be texts of recognised importance and significance.
1. Unseen Poetry [8811/01 AND 9748/01] 8 July – 28 October (15 sessions)Saturday 12-2pm SOT@JurongFees: $1,204 for 15 sessions + $16.05 registration fees + $16.05 materials/photocopying fees
*Classes for specific H1 texts are available upon request and subject to enrolment numbers.
H2 Paper 3: The Individual and Society in Literature (9748/03)This paper explores the interaction between society and the individual as represented in Literature. This involves examining the means by which Literature offers insight into the meaning of society and the varied and complex individuals with it.
1. Unseen Texts 21 July-27 October (15 sessions)Friday 5-7pm SOT campus @ JurongFees: $1,204 for 15 sessions + $16.05 registration fees + $16.05 materials/photocopying fees
2. Victorian TextsFriday 7-9pmSOT campus @ JurongFees: $80 per lesson based on text + $16.05 registration fees + $16.05 materials/photocopying fees
Lesson Date Text7 Jul Silas Marner14 Jul Mrs Warren’s Profession21 Jul Lady Windermere’s Fan28 Jul Jane Eyre4 Aug Silas Marner11 Aug Mrs Warren’s Profession18 Aug Lady Windermere’s Fan25 Aug Jane Eyre1 Sep Silas Marner8 Sep Mrs Warren’s Profession13 Sep (Wed) Lady Windermere’s Fan20 Sep (Wed) Jane Eyre29 Sep Silas Marner6 Oct Mrs Warren’s Profession13 Oct Lady Windermere’s Fan20 Oct Jane Eyre27 Oct Consults
Text DatesSilas Marner 7 Jul, 4 Aug, 1 Sep, 29 SepMrs Warren’s Profession 14 Jul, 11 Aug, 8 Sep, 6 OctLady Windermere’s Fan 21 Jul, 18 Aug, 13 Sep, 13 OctJane Eyre 28 Jul, 25 Aug, 20 Sep, 6 Oct
Paper 1: Reading LiteraturePaper 1 is a compulsory paper designed to give students broad exposure to literary study. The texts set will be texts of recognised importance and significance.
Reading Literature Texts [8811/01 AND 9748/01] 17 July – 23 OctoberMonday 7-9pm SOT@JurongFees: $80 per lesson based on text + $16.05 registration fees + $16.05 materials/photocopying fees
Lesson Date Text17 Jul The Age of Innocence 24 Jul All My Sons31 Jul The Duchess of Malfi7 Aug The Age of Innocence 14 Aug All My Sons21 Aug The Duchess of Malfi28 Aug The Age of Innocence 4 Sep All My Sons13 Sep (Wed) The Duchess of Malfi20 Sep (Wed) The Age of Innocence 25 Sep All My Sons2 Oct The Duchess of Malfi9 Oct The Age of Innocence 16 Oct All My Sons23 Oct The Duchess of Malfi
Text DatesThe Age of Innocence 17 Jul, 7 Aug, 28 Aug, 20 Sep, 9 OctAll My Sons 24 Jul, 14 Aug, 4 Sep, 25 Sep, 16OctThe Duchess of Malfi 31 Jul, 21 Aug, 13 Sep, 2 Oct, 23 Oct
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