Increasing wonder Challenges Although there are many potential benefits to PowerPoint, there are several issues that could create problems or disengagement: Students often respond better when instructors have designed sessions for greater classroom interaction, such as the use of student response clickersdesigning PowerPoint to facilitate case studiesor use the slides as a replacement for paper worksheets. PowerPoint-based lectures tell you nothing about student learning. Design them to include opportunities for feedback not simply asking if there are questions, but more actively quizzing your students.
Students are always surprised that the monster is not bolt necked. When Charlie Forbes, an altruistic and promotion-hungry teacher decides to take a boy from the Glasgow slums on holiday with him and his family, it has tragic yet inevitable consequences.
Study of this text touches on the universal theme of nature versus nurture and also raises questions about child poverty and the lack of opportunity for those in it that still exists around the world today.
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens Who can resist the story of wee Pip Pirrip and the good fortune that falls upon him? With a cast of interesting characters and perhaps one of the most atmospheric opening scenes in the history of the novel, this story, in whatever format, appeals to so many.
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare Why?
And for that reason it will always be relevant. At a time when young people demonstrate a particular apathy towards politics in the UK it serves as a reminder as to what it means to make sacrifices for the greater good.
One of my favourite lessons, ever, was when groups presented to the class the character development of Caesar through the medium of music. I love to begin teaching this with lessons researching the music, fashion and attitudes of the times to create an understanding of the roaring twenties.
Understanding the motives of the somewhat shallow characters is not always easy for learners but with in-depth analysis and evaluation the lightbulbs slowly but surely switch on.
Educated mostly by their father arguably the most popular daddy from all of literature Scout and her brother, Jem, grow and mature while coming to terms with the injustice and cruelty of their environment. So much of literature depicts the law and this novel provides a valuable insight into one of the horrors of the recent past.
Having lived and taught in South Africa, I am particularly fond of South African writing and my reading of it really helped me appreciate why the scars of the apartheid regime are taking so long to heal.
While the textbooks informed my knowledge, it was the raw writing of the apartheid years that shaped my real understanding of this bleak time in history.
2 For classroom use only Teacher‟s instructions Suitable for year one or two Especially helpful to revise telling the time, telling the way and clothes Read out the book to the pupils and stop at the respective pages to do the following. 12 Strategies For Teaching Literature In The 21st Century. 1. Use combinations of media–classic and modern together, leveraging one against the other. 2. Have students analyze diverse media forms for their strengths and weaknesses–and involve both classic and digital forms. 3. Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum. Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum.
Yes, its hyperbolic passion is cringe-worthy. Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw This play never fails to provoke varying and strong reactions from those studying it and as we all know, discussion and debate is vital to an in-depth appreciation of any text.
An added bonus is that it provides a great opportunity to hone the Cockney accent. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley As with Great Expectations I really believe that everyone can enjoy the great stories of literature without having to plough through the dense narrative and structures of many of the classics.
Young people just love the story of Frankenstein and, even if they come to it thinking that the monster does in fact look like his green-faced, bolt-necked, Scooby-Doo character, they leave it with a much keener sense of what it means to be judged solely on appearance.
His plays are a staple of the book cupboards in English departments and although that can be considered a negative tired and over used the young people studying his works are doing so for the first time.
The master of the tragic hero, Miller creates characters that we care about, despite their flaws. This content is brought to you by Guardian Professional. Sign up to the Guardian Teacher Network to get access to more thanpages of teaching resources and join our growing community.
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You'll find useful cross-curricular resources that connect reading with science, social studies, history, math, and art. The Use of Literature in Teaching English as a Foreign Language By: Amr Alhemiary Abstract This research aims at emphasizing the use of literature as a popular technique for teaching both basic language skills (i.e.
reading, writing, speaking and listening)and language areas(i.e. vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation) in our times. This paper aims at emphasizing the use of literature as a popular technique for teaching both basic language skills (i.e.
reading, writing, listening and speaking) and language areas (i.e. vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation) in our times. Literature in the English Language Classroom - Poetry - Borja J. Ojeda Pinar. Marina Torralbo Jover.
1. Introduction: Why use Literature? Motivating material: Literature exposes students to complex themes and fresh, unexpected uses of language.
A good novel or short story can take the students to foreign countries and fantastic worlds.
Browse our most popular resources on reading comprehension, phonics, literature, story analysis, and alphabetizing. Plus, get daily reading warm-ups and graphic organizers. You'll find useful cross-curricular resources that connect reading with science, social studies, history, math, and art. An Integrated Approach to Teaching Literature in the EFL Classroom Christine Savvidou vetconnexx.comou [at] vetconnexx.com Intercollege (Cyprus)This article considers the reasons why teachers often regard literature as inappropriate to the language classroom. This paper aims at emphasizing the use of literature as a popular technique for teaching both basic language skills (i.e. reading, writing, listening and speaking) and language areas (i.e. vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation) in our times.
The use of canonical literature is beneficial for the students of English as a second language in many ways. Roe and Ross () mentioned in their book some benefits. Cesar Chavez: Respect for All is a free minute made-for-the-classroom documentary showing that from the s Cesar Chavez demanded respect for women in the workplace and advocated for racial and religious inclusion, gay equality, and animal rights.
Chavez fought for these causes long before many of them became part of the national dialogue. He was a moral pioneer extending the same respect.