Teaching English Literature - Thaler, Engelbert
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Reading and discussing literature is a central topic for advanced learners of English in schools. This book offers future English teachers a comprehensive introduction to this area. It is easy to read and the author explains all the scientific terms you need to know in order to pass an exam on teaching English literature. Thought provoking questions, a wealth of extracts from literary sources and illustrative diagrams ensure that the essential contents can be quickly learned and easily remembered.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Reading and discussing literature is a central topic for advanced learners of English in schools. This book offers future English teachers a comprehensive introduction to this area. It is easy to read and the author explains all the scientific terms you need to know in order to pass an exam on teaching English literature. Thought provoking questions, a wealth of extracts from literary sources and illustrative diagrams ensure that the essential contents can be quickly learned and easily remembered.
  • Produktdetails
  • UTB Uni-Taschenbücher Bd.2997
  • Verlag: Utb; Schöningh
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: UTB2997
  • 2., Neuausg.
  • Seitenzahl: 232
  • Erscheinungstermin: 18. April 2016
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 216mm x 152mm x 17mm
  • Gewicht: 355g
  • ISBN-13: 9783825245153
  • ISBN-10: 3825245152
  • Artikelnr.: 44818227
Autorenporträt
Thaler, Engelbert
Dr. Engelbert Thaler ist Professor für Didaktik des Englischen an der Universität Augsburg.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction

BASIS

1 Literature: What? 14

1.1 Definitions 14

1.2 Classifications 17

1.3 Selection 18

2 Literature: Why? When? Where? What for? 23

2.1 Rationale 23

2.2 Levels 27

2.3 Places 28

2.4 Objectives 31

GOALS

3 Knowledge 34

3.1 Literary History 34

3.2 Literary Theory 37

4 Skills 47

4.1 Reading 47
4.2 Understanding 53

4.3 Creating 55

5 Attitudes 63

5.1 Enjoyment of literature 63

5.2 Sense of quality 68

5.3 Intercultural awareness 70

GENRES

6 Shorties 78

6.1 Types of short narrative forms 78

6.2 Teaching techniques 87

6.3 Short story 91

6.4 Storytelling 96

7 Novels 100

7.1 Classroom canon 100

7.2 Types of novels 102

7.3 Reading approaches 104

7.4 Exploiting techniques 107

8 Poetry 115

8.1 Definition and status 115

8.2 Teaching options 117

8.3Types of poetry 122

8.4 Poetic devices 129

9 Plays 137

9.1 Long and short types 141

9.2 Analysing drama 147

9.3 Learning by playing 151

10 Shakespeare 151

10.1 Shakespeare for all 155

10.2 Shakespeare's time 157

10.3 Shakespeare's sonnets 160

10.4 Shakespeare's plays 160

ABOUT LITERATURE

11 Modern Media 168

11.1 Forms and functions 168

11.2 Literature & music 169

11.3 Literature & film 174

11.4 Literature & Internet 181

12 Assessment 189

12.1 Standards 189

12.2 Test formats 191

12.3 Course assessment 196

Suggested answerrs for the tasks 201

Bibliography 219

Register 229