Albanian language

General objectives

1.To recognize and enjoy the values of Albanian literature, national and world culture.

2.Be trained to be selective in choosing the of artistic works with the most prominent values of the most prominent authors in times .

3.To interpret a work and creativity of an author with a view to artistic, linguistic, philosophical, social, psychological achieving .

4.To present with feelings, interesting events in various essays and other written work.

5.To express through writing and speaking, concrete strategies for achieving certain aims and to use for personal interests dictionaries, encyclopedias, albanological or comparative studies.

6.To express thoughts, ideas, evaluations for different problems and situations .

7.Be trained to penetrate in analysis of a literary text and in progressing in artistic and linguistic culture.

8.To form students with developed imagination capable to think in a critical and creative way.

9.To be oriented rightly also in other works and to be capable to work indipendently.

10.To speak, read and write the native language at its best and to use its standard form.


Objective - Grade 10 (Form 2)


1.Will take and will give information of different nature to respond to individual needs.

2.Will ask in different discorsive contexts and for aims of different nature.

3. Will read, will write, will hear and talk for giving different informations for the world in general and professional culture in particular.

4.Will be trained in developing skills of deep understanding in given informations offered connected with life and future profession.

5.Will read, will write, will hear and talk about enrichment of talkative, written and read wonts, showing the knowledges on language, literature and culture.

6. Will read, will write, will hear and speak by developing and reflecting skills related to critical thinking and evaluation.

7.Will interpret and analyze various phenomena of language necessary to explain and interpret further more .

8.Deepening and improvement of knowledge about language and analysis of certain linguistic phenomena.






Last year we have read two wonderful books from two Russian authors Albert Camus and Fyodor Dostoyevsky , “The Plague” and “Crime and Punishment”. Now let's do a short review of these two books.

In Fyodor Dostoyevsky's great Russian novel, “Crime and punishment” Raskolnikov, a student fallen on hard times, commits a murder of an old  pawnbroker. No spoilers were there, but Raskolnikov contemplates this crime that he believes is not a crime and by the end of Part 1, the deed is done. After the murder, the majority of the novel is spent in Raskolnikov's head, as he falls ill from the mental strain of not only trying to hide what he has done but philosophizing whether or not the murder was a crime.

Although not a difficult novel to read, but Raskolnikov's erratic behaviour and bizarre ramblings were hard to follow. Fortunately, Raskolnikov has a lot more going on in his life to keep us from going over the deep end with him. He has a poor mother and sister who's marrying a despicable man, a new friend with a consumptive wife and prostitute daughter. It's never a dull moment, and very inconvenient for a man who would just like to lose his mind in peace. But in the end of the novel Raskolnikov surrendered to the authorities and than he was quiet in his consciousness. This novel gave us really important ideas and messages that are needed in our real life.

In the other book, “The Plague” , a book written by Albert Camus, the novel shows in a very beautiful way the isolation of a city to compare it directly with the isolation of eastern Germany. The indirect way in which absurdist elements are illustrated in “The Plague” is comparable and consistent to a great extent with the more existentially-inclined elements which make up the essence of The Stranger. However, one needn't search as deep as in The Stranger to extract significant philosophical meaning in The Plague. This is because with regard to symbolism, the plot of the novel itself is very openly suggestive of absurdism.

  The story deals with the efforts of individuals working at a hospital when confronted with an unexplainable condition befalling a great number of people. The entirety of the  story deals with the incredibly futile yet non-ceasing efforts of the medical personnel at this hospital to find a cure while dealing constantly with the  numerous victims the plague claims. Of these soon-to-be victims, some individuals, such as Othon's son do not give up hope, yet still die just as cr  uelly and as inevitably as those who have already come to terms with their impending fate. This novel gave us a real conception of what happened really in history , and also this novel gives great ideas and messages such as the desire of people to live and to change the reality. 



Materials for Class X:


Knowledge about the Theory of  Literature