Literature and Language Teaching
Christopher J. Brumfit, Christopher Brumfit, Ronald Carter
Oxford University Press, 1986 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 289 pages
This collection of papers examines the relationship between the teaching of language and the teaching of literature to non-native students. The book attempts to identify key theoretical issues and principles as a basis for further discussion.
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activities Adolph Eichmann aims approach appropriate asked background Brumfit Candlin classroom cloze context course criticism cultural difficulty discourse discussion English language English literature evaluation examination example expect experience explore extract fact foreign language function interesting interpretation involved issues judgement Kachru Kanthapura kind Labov language and literature language teaching learners Leonard Cohen lexical linguistic features literary competence literary language literary study literary texts literature teaching meaning Michael Long narrative native speakers nature non-literary non-native speakers normally novel paper paraphrase participants particular pedagogic Persian poem poetry Pooh possible present problems procedures questions reader reading recognize reference relevant response Richard Cory Robert Graves scar sense sentence significance specific story strategies structure style suggested syllabus T. S. Eliot Tanzania teachers teaching of literature Tigger tradition understanding variety W. H. Auden Walter Nash Widdowson words writers
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