Here comes jamb 2020/2021 and many students has been asking, What Novel are we reading for Jamb 2020? Will jamb use last year’s novel? Without beating about the bush, the recommended text for Jamb 2020/2021 is Sweet Sixteen. And the reasons will be explained shortly.
If this is the first time you are sitting for Jamb, take note that Jamb recommends novels to be read yearly for Jamb use of English. The Jamb Novel is compulsory for both art, Science and Commercial students.
Which Novel is Jamb Using For 2020/2021
Well, As said from the beginning of this article, Jamb will use Sweet Sixteen Novel for 2020/2021 Use of English Examination and the reasons are Jamb uses Novel two or three times before thinking of Introducing a new one. Sweet 16 was introduced in 2019 Jamb, therefore, it is on the very high assurance to be used for Jamb 2020.
A number of questions will come out from the novel. Trust me, sweet sixteenwill carry a whole lot of marks. You won’t be happy with yourself failing questions because of refusal to jark the novel.
Now you may be wondering, is sweet sixteen hard or simple to read? How many days will it take me to understand the Jamb new book? Which is simpler between In Dependence and sweet sixteen by Jamb? Continue reading for description and summary of Jamb sweet 16.
Title of Novel For Jamb 2020: Sweet Sixteen
Author of Sweet 16: Bolaji Abdullahi
Genre: Genre means a type of art, literature, or music characterized by a specific form, content, and style. The Genre of Sweet Sixteen is Fiction
Number of Pages of Pages is Sweet Sixteen: 157
Publication Year: Sweet sixteen was published on February 1, 2017
JAMB 2020 Use of English Novels
Attah, M. O. (2013) Practice in Spoken English for Intermediate and Advanced Learners, Maiduguri: University of Maiduguri Press
Bamgbose, A. (2002) English Lexis and Structure for Senior Secondary Schools and colleges (Revised Edition), Ibadan: Heinemann
Banjo, A. et al (2004) New Oxford Secondary English Course Book Six for Senior Secondary Schools, Ibadan: UP Plc.
Caesar, O. J. (2003) Essential Oral English for Schools and Colleges, Lagos: Tonad Publishers Limited
Daniel Jones (2011) Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Egbe, D. I (1996) Mastering English Usage and Communication Skills, Lagos: Tisons
Elugbe, B. (2000) Oral English for Schools and Colleges, Ibadan: Heinemann
Grant, N. J. H, Nnamonu, S. Jowitt, D. (1998) Senior English Project 3, (New Edition) Harlow: Longman
Idowu, O. O, Sogbeson, T. S, Adofo, A. K. Burgess, D. F and Burgess, L. J. (1998) Round-up English: A Complete Guide, Lagos: Longman
Idris, U. (2001) Oral English at Your Fingertips for Schools and Colleges, Lagos, M. Youngbrain Publishers
Igiligi, E. C. and Ogenyi, S. O. (2010)Grammar and Composition in the G.S.M. Age, Enugu: Joe Hills Production Services
Jauro, L. B. (2013) Oral English for Schools and Colleges: A teaching and Learning Approach, Yola: Paraclete Publishers.
Nnamonu, S. and Jowitt, D. (1989) Common Errors in English, Lagos: Longman
Ogunsanwo, O. Duruaku, A. B.C, Ezechukwu, J and Nwachukwu, U. I (2005) Countdown English Language, (Revised Edition), Ibadan: Evans
Olatoye, S. (2006) The Silent Teacher, Ado-Ekiti: Segun and Sons Enterprises
Oluikpe, B. O. A, nnaemeka, B. A, Obah, T. Y, Otagburuagu, E. J. Onuigbo, S. and Ogbonna, E. A. (1998) Intensive English for Senior Secondary School 3, Onitsha: Africana – FIRST Publisher.
Tomori, S. H. O (2000) Objective Tests for School Certificate english: Practice in Lexis, Structure and idiom (Reprinted Edition), Ibadan: Heinemann
Ukwuegbu, C, Okoro, O., Idris, A. U., Okebukola, F. O. and Owokade, C. O. (2002) Catch-up English for SSCE/UME, Ibadan: Heinemann
JAMB 2020 LITERATURE IN ENGLISH Novel
Gbemisola, A. (2005)Naked Soles, Ibadan: Kraft
Hayward, J. (ed.) (1968) The Penguin Book of English Verse, London Penguin
Johnson, R. et al (eds.) (1996) New Poetry from Africa, Ibadan: UP Plc
Kermode, F. et al (1964) Oxford Anthology of English Literature, Vol. II, London: OUP
Nwoga D. (ed.) (1967) West African Verse, London: Longman
Senanu, K. E. and Vincent, T. (eds.) (1993) A Selection of African Poetry, Lagos: Longman
Soyinka, W. (ed.) (1987) Poems of Black Africa, Ibadan: Heinemann
2. CRITICAL TEXTS
Abrams, M. H. (1981) A Glossary of Literary Terms, (4th Edition) New York, Holt Rinehalt and Winston
Emeaba, O. E. (1982) A Dictionary of Literature, Aba: Inteks Press
Murphy, M. J. (1972) Understanding Unseen, An Introduction to English Poetry and English Novel for Overseas Students, George Allen and Unwin Ltd.
i. Frank Ogodo Ogbeche : Harvest of CorruptionNon African:
i. William Shakespeare : Othello
i. Amma Darko : Faceless
ii. Bayo Adebowale : Lonely DaysNon-African:
i. Richard Wright : Native Son
i. Birago Diop : Vanity
ii. Gbemisola Adeoti : Ambush
iii. Gabriel Okara : Piano and Drums
iv. Gbanabam Hallowell : The Dining Table
v. Lenrie Peter : The Panic of Growing Older
vi. Kofi Awoonor : The Anvil and the HammerNon African:
i. Alfred Tennyson : Crossing the Bar
ii. George Herbert : The Pulley
iii. William Blake : The School Boy
iv. William Morris : The Proud King
In conclusion, The novel recommended to be read by all the candidates that will be participating in the 2020 JAMB UTME examination irrespective of their course of study is: ‘Sweet Sixteen by Bolaji Abdullahi’.
You should note that other listed above books are the recommended text books for Use of English 2020/2021 Examination as directed by Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB.
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