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Olaf College. She has taught courses on Chinese language and literature, comparative literature, and Asian studies at Brown University, the Princeton-in-Beijing program, Valparaiso University, and St. Her research interests include the Chinese poetic tradition of reclusion, classical Chinese novels, transnational films, European Romanticism, and the application of her specialty to liberal arts education.
X close. Abstract Instructors often face a dilemma when using film in language classes. While film is appealing for the rich cultural and linguistic information it offers, finding the balance between teaching content and building language skills can present significant challenges for an instructor.
Common approaches to using film in courses taught in English, such as screening one film a week, reading critical essays about the films, and class discussions and lectures, seldom offer the same benefits in a foreign language course due to the fact that students with only three years of foreign language study frequently lack the language skills necessary to discuss films in a foreign language.
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Please contact your institution's representative to request a sample of this older edition. Each thematic chapter is built around a provocative Central Text by a world-renowned author, which is followed by two clusters of texts—one on a literary theme and one on an argument topic. These text clusters include pieces at various reading levels for easy differentiation while keeping all students engaged in the same conversation, juggling multiple ideas, and reconciling diverse perspectives New to This Edition. This book takes care of just about everything. I think it is a rich resource and it will provide a ready-made curriculum for the course.
Go to our other sites. The Language and Literature in English syllabus aims to encourage an appreciation of literature in English - prose, poetry and drama - of different types and from different cultures; and to develop the key skills required to read, analyse and communicate effectively in English. By studying a range of texts, learners understand more about writers' choices of language, form and structure, and develop their ability to form independent opinions about what they read. Learners also improve their understanding of the English language and how it is used, extending their skills across a range of writing styles, including imaginative, discursive and argumentative. Changes have been made to this syllabus for examination from onwards. Please see the syllabus for detailed information. We provide a wide range of support so that teachers can give their learners the best possible preparation for Cambridge programmes and qualifications.
Jan 16, - AP® teachers know the roots of AP® success are established in the earlier grades. That is the idea behind Advanced Language & Literature—a.
I have over sixteen years of education experience. This includes thirteen years of public school teaching, nine years of elementary and middle school tutoring, and nine years of SAT and ACT prep tutoring. I have my AP certification in both Language and Literature. I have taught students at almost every grade level and ability. I have had a multitude of students achieve a perfect on the English portion critical reading and writing of the SAT.
A literary language is the form of a language used in its literary writing. It can be either a non-standard dialect or standardized variety of the language. It can sometimes differ noticeably from the various spoken lects, but difference between literary and non-literary forms is greater in some languages than in others.
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