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  • 1. Literature Exposure Lecture 7th February 2014
  • 2. Why Literature?
  • 3. You will have a whole new worldview!
  • 4. You will write with flair!
  • 5. You will embrace uncertainty She e la 1243A
  • 6. You will read voraciously!
  • 7. You will understand that your voice matters Jo le ne 1241A
  • 8. What will you study?
  • 9. Exam Format Paper 1[3hrs] H1/H2 Unseen Comparison Poetry [H2]/ Single analysis [H1] Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day Arthur Miller’s All My Sons Paper 3[3hrs] H2 Unseen in Context Philip Larkin’s Collected Poetry Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire Wole Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman
  • 10. Philip Larkin’s Collected Poetry
  • 11. Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire
  • 12. Wole Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman
  • 13. Unseens!!!!
  • 14. Teachers Mr Vadiveloo Anandaratnam Miss Rathiy Devi
  • 15. Our Past Programmes
  • 16. Register Based Approach The “Pradafication” of writing! Its all about style!
  • 17. Confronting Garbled Writing A class that aims to eradicate convoluted sentences, wrong expressions, SVA, tenses, punctuation errors and any other permutations of garbled writing!
  • 18. Wednesday Night Classes This extremely famous program ran for 2 consecutive years. It was a night of many epiphanies as students uncovered new insights to the texts that they were studying
  • 19. Student-Led Seminars An exciting event where students conduct lectures while teachers sit back, relax and enjoy!
  • 20. Film Nights! A spectacular night of illuminating films and productions pertaining to the texts that were studied.
  • 21. UK Trip 2013
  • 22. UK Trip 2013
  • 23. Extensive Notes! You will be given the best and nothing but the best. That’s our promise to you.
  • 24. Model Essays! The lifeline of the Literature student in Innova. Students guarded their model essays with their life!
  • 25. Teaching Closely Aligned to Cambridge Band Descriptors The Literature student from Innova will hop on one feet on Tuesday mornings and flap their arms like chickens if the band descriptor tells them to do so. This is their ticket to earth shattering essays.
  • 26. Prerequisites for Literature? NO!
  • 27. Join the Lit Fraternity Now!