Lesson 11 - ENG3U-B UNIT 3 Love and Betrayal Copyright 2009 The Ontario Educational Communications Authority All rights reserved No part of these

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ENG3U-B 3 UNIT Love and Betrayal
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Copyright © 2009 The Ontario Educational Communications Authority. All rights reserved. No part of these materials may be reproduced, in whole or in part, in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or stored in an information or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of The Ontario Educational Communications Authority. Every reasonable care has been taken to trace and acknowledge ownership of copyright material. The Independent Learning Centre welcomes information that might rectify any errors or omissions.
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English ENG3U-B Unit 3 Introduction Copyright © 2009 The Ontario Educational Communications Authority. All rights reserved. 1 You are here Table of Contents Unit 1: Heroic Journey Lesson 1: Introduction to the Novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time Lesson 2: Getting into Character Lesson 3: Interpretation of Character Lesson 4: Research and Presentation Skills Lesson 5: Applying Critical Thinking to a Novel Suggested Answers to Support Questions Unit 2: The Media: Understanding Choices Lesson 6: An Introduction to Media Lesson 7: All Media Use Their Own Forms Lesson 8: Product Placement in the Media Lesson 9: Media Values and Perspectives Lesson 10: Audience Responses Differ Suggested Answers to Support Questions Unit 3: Love and Betrayal Lesson 11: Introduction to the Southern U.S. Gothic Literary Tradition Lesson 12: Structure in “The Ballad of the Sad Café” Lesson 13: McCullers’s Theory of the Lover and the Beloved Lesson 14: The Symbols, Patterns, and Themes of “The Ballad of the Sad Café” Lesson 15: The Theme of Love in Poetry Through the Ages Suggested Answers to Support Questions Unit 4: Canadian Drama: The Stories Told and Untold Lesson 16: Trifles : The Women Speak (But Not Too Loudly …) Lesson 17: Still Stands the House Lesson 18: Making Theatre: The Drawer Boy Lesson 19: The Power of Storytelling in The Drawer Boy Lesson 20: Writing a Comparative Essay Suggested Answers to Support Questions
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Unit 3 Introduction English ENG3U-B Copyright © 2009 The Ontario Educational Communications Authority. All rights reserved. 2 Introduction Within English literature, there are many subgroups that you can study, such as Canadian literature or literature of the Romantic period. Categories are organized by region, time period, genre (such as poetry or novel), theme, or combinations of these. Each subgroup has characteristics that make it different from other categories of English literature. In the first four lessons of this unit (11 to 14), you will study work of a single time and place: Southern U.S. Gothic literature, a genre of the early and mid-twentieth century. You’ll have the opportunity to investigate short stories and the novella “The Ballad of the Sad Café.” In Lesson 15, you’ll study the theme of love in poems, and connect it to the same theme in “The Ballad of the Sad Café.” Throughout this unit, you’ll find sections on developing your own style and voice.
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