ERIC Number: ED481411
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001
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SLA and the Literature Classroom: Fostering Dialogues. Issues in Language Program Direction: A Series of Annual Volumes.
Scott, Virginia M., Ed.; Tucker, Holly, Ed.
This monograph offers eight papers in four sections. Section 1, "Renewed Debates," includes "The Gordian Knot: Language, Literature, and Critical Thinking" (Jean Marie Schultz). Section 2, "Colleagues in Dialogue," includes "Developing Literacy and Literary Competence: Challenges for Foreign Language Departments" (Heidi Byrnes and Susanne Kord) and "Crossing the Boundaries between Literature and Pedagogy: Perspectives on a Foreign Language Reading Course" (Joanne Burnett and Leah Fonder-Solano). Section 3, "Language, Literature, and Pedagogy," includes "Rethinking Foreign Language Literature: Towards an Integration of Literature and Language at All Levels" (Diana Frantzen); "Reading the Patterns of Literary Works: Strategies and Teaching Techniques" (Janet Swaffar); "Teaching Literacy Texts at the Intermediate Level: A Structured Input Approach" (Stacey Katz); and "A Stylistic Approach to Foreign Language Acquisition and Literary Analysis" (William Berg and Laurey K. Martin-Berg). Section 4, "From Scholar to Teachers," features "Research into the Teaching of Literature in a Second Language: What It Says and How to Communicate It to Graduate Students" (Elizabeth Bernhardt). (SM)
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Elementary Secondary Education, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Language Teachers, Literacy Education, Literature, Reading Skills, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning
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Note: Prepared by the American Association of University Supervisors, Coordinators, and Directors of Foreign Language Programs. For individual chapters, see FL 027 850-57.