endobj Bernard Lott's survey, entitled Language and literature (Lott Reference Lott 1988), was concerned mainly with examining literary language and the way linguistic thought was influencing (or not) literary criticism. This literature review aims to provide an overview about what empirical studies say about the effects of storytelling on the development of language skills in L2, how storytelling compares to other teaching methods in its effectiveness, and 3) identify gaps in the current literature that should be addressed by future research. CREATIVE USE OF LITERATURE IN LANGUAGE TEACHING Anna RITLYOVÁ Abstract: The article deals with problems of using artistic literature in a foreign language teaching. <<37251638EC8C444B9325E86264E8FA49>]/Prev 151279>> /Tabs /S Thus, literature is not dealt with but in a way more integrated to an intercultural experience. /CropBox [0 0 595.3800048828 841.9799804688] Teaching Critical Thinking Education is supposed to give students the tools they need to become a valuable part of society, and one such tool is … presupposes a prior engagement with the study of literature in a first language. Traditional thoughts of FC teaching tend to limit on transmission of foreign cultural information or teaching foreign literature in the classroom. /CropBox [0 0 595.3800048828 841.9799804688] Indeed, it is language in its distinctive shape or form that separates the human race from other living species. Unfortunately, many postgradu-ate EFL teacher-training courses focus mainly on language teaching method-ology and offer little guidance on the analytical methods that are essential to interpreting literature and design-ing effective classroom activities. H�|Uێ�6}�W�S@+F��ȓwkm�iP+-���E�j�r!K �7��^��Aa@"���3���o8���)�6� ;pP�ρ��`�c�)h�� (eds.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986. Key Words: Literature, Teaching Literature, Teaching of Language Skills, Foreign Language Teaching, Literary Competence. /Resources 15 0 R >> /Group 11 0 R A.Teaching literature Videodiscs contain authentic documentations that if manipulated well by the teacher will facilitate learning and teaching of English in Large classes. endobj << This technology helps the teacher to bring almost real life situation into the classroom. %PDF-1.4 %���� language teaching method -in the British tradition-. Collie and Slater (1987: 3-6) support the inclusion of literature in the language classroom as it provides valuable authentic material, develops personal involvement and As suggested by the title, this booklet is about the teaching of speaking, listening and writing. of developing knowledge of writing skill as innovation in language teaching. 4 0 obj Literature and Language Teaching is for teachers and trainers who want to incorporate literature into the language classroom. The Role of Literature in Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language: A Theoretical Perspective Teaching and reading different literary genres can contribute in enhancing students' creative writing. 0000000016 00000 n << /Annots [9 0 R] 0000001315 00000 n Introduction. >> /Contents 16 0 R 5 0 obj /Rotate 0 0000007741 00000 n /MediaBox [0 0 595.3800048828 841.9799804688] /Rotate 0 The final function of literature is that literature relieve human—either writers or readers—from the pressure of emotions. In this model, the class reads fiction or poetry as part of th… The Role of Phonetics in the Teaching of English Language Poetry 263 ===== Language in India www.languageinindia.com ISSN 1930-2940 Vol ... sound of a language and literature is knowledge of a culture of human being who speak the language. — P. T. Barnum The researcher mentioned more than 15 benefits regarding why videos should be used in teaching. Many researchers have tried to shed light on the vital role of YouTube videos for teaching and learning in classrooms. valuable to language teaching in many contexts and cultures. The author strongly advocates the idea that literature plays a very important role at the English lessons and if teachers properly motivate their students, their work can be very The Role of Children’s Literature in the Teaching of English to ... that those who design materials for use in language teaching, in Taiwan and elsewhere, can learn from children’s literature. x��\Ko�Ɩn���bp���f 6���~�+K�%[�bY��k�����nY�K����_��*��Ͷ3�&�]���;������|]d��:}4�ư�&+ ���-�=|m�����ĸ�1�0�2����O�����G��Z�������Gs�d����w��ϵ�F�:CU9\Aי�Z�K��M[O=3�Zn�KKϱlWF������D*N�6��|�N���5WunLg���t�%�x0:���"-oW8�-5�b3[`�i��YW�="��u�.�y�;�����m+i漬V�w� �;�k6KxN3Z��T���o�]NO���Fi]�5>4Tl�m%���>��vO�Y�*���q:�y��L˹ZCb�4`]ռ /Parent 2 0 R 0000003349 00000 n /Resources 12 0 R Abstract Literature can play a significant part in acquiring a foreign language. from where the literature originates. /Rotate 0 Board’s impact on learning.”IWB teaching is completely different from traditional methods of teaching. 0000006569 00000 n Advocates of this model believe that the value of literature lies in its unique distillation of culture. This paper argues that inclusion of literature in language teaching materials will provide students with the opportunities to experience and use the language more creatively and to develop greater awareness of the language they are learning. /Group 26 0 R /Kids [3 0 R 4 0 R 5 0 R 6 0 R 7 0 R 8 0 R] endobj Literature is produced from language and represents one of the most recurrent uses of language. Literary Theory and Teaching of Literature The current study argues that poststructuralist literary theory through its emphasis on reader can help to achieve the aims of modern pedagogies stated above and can also help to overcome the limitations of the traditional approaches towards the teaching of literature. Literature has been the topic of a state-of-the-art paper in Language Teaching twice before, though the angle taken in each case was different. 10 0 obj [2] Brumfit CJ, Carter RA. /Pages 2 0 R Bernard Lott's survey, entitled Language and literature (Lott Reference Lott 1988), was concerned mainly with examining literary language and the way linguistic thought was influencing (or not) literary criticism. 0 of all subject areas. 0000050730 00000 n /Group 14 0 R reading, writing, listening and speaking) and language areas (i.e. Before the 18th century the language of literature was totally different from the language which was used by the common man in spoken or written. It complements previous booklets on promoting pre-school language, reading and teaching additional languages. Teachers must understand this relationship and try hard to change the traditional methods of 0000006850 00000 n 8 0 obj Role of Literature in Language Teaching M. Shantha Associate Professor In English H.No. Role of Literature in Language Teaching M. Shantha Associate Professor In English H.No. 33 0 obj <> endobj Traditionally, the role of Literature was not taken into consideration in English Language Teaching programs due to the importance given only to functional language. endobj They think that the convenient devices in e-learning environment are an integral part of language teaching and learning and have achieved good effect. << plays a dominant role in English language learning because it provides opportunities to the English language learners to improve their writing, reading, and similarly, to read new text and phrases to improve their vocabulary. The role of literature in instructed foreign language learning and teaching: An evidence-based survey Amos Paran, Institute of Education, University of London, UK a.paran@ioe.ac.uk Abstract The resurgence in the use of literature in language teaching has been accompanied by an increasing number of research articles in this area. Importance of English Language. Like most trends in the world of language teaching, the use of literature has waxed and waned depending on the times.. For years, literature was used as one of the components of the grammar-translation method.This was the time-honored method that involved lots of conjugation, rote vocabulary learning and (you guessed it) translation. Using novels, short stories, poems and other forms of literature to teach language, is an invaluable and enjoyable experience. Literature uses language in context. Language as a means of communication is used to express meaning grammatically. << /Length 30 0 R Of course literature is important—why would it have such a central place in the curriculum if it wasn’t? >> Thus, literature is not dealt with but in a way more integrated to an intercultural experience. It looks at why games should be used as a teaching method and how in order to maximize the positive result on language learning. >> /Tabs /S The Role of Children’s Literature in the Teaching of English to ... that those who design materials for use in language teaching, in Taiwan and elsewhere, can learn from children’s literature. 1. Having formed part of traditional language teaching approaches, literature became less popular when language teaching and learning started to focus on the functional use of language. /Parent 2 0 R If this text’s contribution to the fi eld of chil-dren’s literature were simply to make an argu-ment that an arts-based approach is benefi cial in the study of literature and the acquisition of liter-acy, it would be signifi cant; however, Gangi goes [2] Brumfit CJ, Carter RA. Here it will be described as a ‘mother tongue’. Today, Literature in second language classes has a very important linguistic input for students … While, as to English Literature course, the traditional course of English majors, its teaching method seems much lagging behind the rapid growth of modern /Group 20 0 R There is no doubt that the study and teaching of literature enhance the four language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking). 0000002347 00000 n Literary Theory and Teaching of Literature The current study argues that poststructuralist literary theory through its emphasis on reader can help to achieve the aims of modern pedagogies stated above and can also help to overcome the limitations of the traditional approaches towards the teaching of literature. This paper aims at emphasizing the use of literature as a popular technique for teaching both basic language skills, i.e. /MediaBox [0 0 595.3800048828 841.9799804688] Carter and Long (1991) equally agree that Literature is a legitimate and valuable resource for language teaching. /Resources 21 0 R /Type /Page 9 0 obj endobj "e language model views the use of literature as a way of reinforcing vocabulary, grammar or language manipulation Unfortunately, many postgradu-ate EFL teacher-training courses focus mainly on language teaching method-ology and offer little guidance on the analytical methods that are essential to interpreting literature and design-ing effective classroom activities. endobj /Rotate 0 Within a broader perspective, those linguistic studies which affect other domains, such as First and Second Language Acquisition, FL teaching, Language for Specific ... roles, teacher roles, and the role of instructional materials. /Type /Pages 0000010389 00000 n (eds.) /BS 28 0 R This means that both the students and teachers lose out. In addition, since literary texts contain language intended for native speakers, literature stands as a model for language learners to become familiar with different forms and conventions (Collie and Slater, 1991, p. 4; Ur, 1996, p. 201). In today’s fact-obsessed culture, why is literature important and why do teachers put such an emphasis on this subject? Literature teaching in language-based instruction continues to be a thriving area of research around the world (Hall, 2015, Paran, 2008. 0000003781 00000 n Also this essay explains various game categories and it gives an example of at least one game from each category which can be especially good in language teaching. %���� /Rotate 0 The Role of Literature in ELT - Part One, 2010. ��UUe��L('��Z|"�?�i{����0��Z��R0N��u�B2MfZr|-�����7ʅ��2K���?1��@T�n� >> 5-42-54, 6/9 Brodipet Guntur – 522002. %PDF-1.4 /Group 17 0 R >> 55 0 obj <>stream /StructParents 88 Therefore, this paper will look at the problem and prospect of teaching literature in higher institutions as a way of enhancing English language learning. /Contents 19 0 R \��/�p��w�7�t�QW'4� dĉ��V^6li9uJcC�P��/-�zj��4$��;rK�,-�8��Ys��������uN?��u��VŊ�x_�Ś��bS׼���r��j�M�o+F;�\N�c����9�=9��w�谐�O��t��ls�v���no'���X�O�9�;�)�M /MediaBox [0 0 595.3800048828 841.9799804688] Why bother having kids read stories, spend their time with books about things and events that aren’t even real? vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation) is very popular within the field of foreign language learning and teaching 2.1.1 The English language has become an international language. McKay (2001) argues that using literature in the language classroom provides three major benefits for learners: /Type /Page /Contents 13 0 R It cultivates the critical abilities of the students. /Parent 2 0 R Reading literature from different periods adds to the understanding to human experiences and values. From learning a new language, FL learners experience a new world. The language they have learnt at home from their parents and/or in school in another country is also often described in many different ways. It is considered as the heritage of humankind. 1 0 obj The Role of Literature in English Language Teaching Literature can be regarded as a rich source of ‘authentic material’1 because it conveys two features in its written text: one is ‘language … It is also possible to 0000005146 00000 n /CropBox [0 0 595.3800048828 841.9799804688] plays a dominant role in English language learning because it provides opportunities to the English language learners to improve their writing, reading, and similarly, to read new text and phrases to improve their vocabulary. Literature Review 2.1. It has been prepared for inclusion in the Educational Practices Series developed by the International Academy of vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation) is very popular within the field of foreign language learning and teaching … �%|_�S���6�p͢��w�H��].�o�uAt��J�ߢ��O[��J*�ө{��f�ɇ�K��E��.�W��lɼ_��8����l�&xt#����������<. Through the study of language, literature, and media, students broaden their experience; weigh personal values against those of others; and become appreciative of the past, sensitive to the present, and inquisitive about the future. >> /StructParents 84 In Literature and Language Teaching (1986), Brumfit and Carter support the use of literary texts for teaching and learning a language because they help students learn that same language. What can your students gain from the experience? Interactive videodiscs are suitable for teaching literature. It encompasses every human dilemma, conflict and yearning unraveling the plot of a … 0000004055 00000 n >> It is suitable for teacher trainers, teacher development groups or teachers working on their own. the literature (not all of whom will have learnt a different language at home), they may be described as migrant children. To begin with, Berk (2009) emphasized the key role of teaching language in the college classroom by using YouTube videos. In fact with the advent of structuralism and audiolingual method, literature was downplayed and ergo discarded to the periphery (Collie & Slater, 1987, p.2). 3 0 obj "e role of literature in this model is to transmit some important perspectives of the language community that the students are studying about. Using novels, short stories, poems and other forms of literature to teach language, is an invaluable and enjoyable experience. computers and internet in language teaching. 0000001054 00000 n /CropBox [0 0 595.3800048828 841.9799804688] /Resources 27 0 R << /Parent 2 0 R The latest approach stressed that the language is acquired through communication. /Tabs /S "Literature is one of the most interesting and significant expressions of humanity." << 33 23 Traditionally, the role of Literature was not taken into consideration in English Language Teaching programs due to the importance given only to functional language. /Type /Page /Count 6 Language is the source of Literature opens a new world to the students. Teaching Literature: why and what The use of literature as a technique for teaching both basic language skills (i.e. Teachers must understand this relationship and try hard to change the traditional methods of Abstract Literature can play a significant part in acquiring a foreign language. << Lubienski, and Mewborn (2001) reviewed literature on the role of teachers' mathematical knowledge in teaching, they did nor ask what we know, empirically, about the problem but asked instead why we don't know more, how people have thought about the problem … First of all… why exactly should you teach literature? This means that both the students and teachers lose out. Role plays: It is easy to arrange the enactment of the drama. However, the current trend of FL teaching associated with culture needed to take the relation of language
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