This useful sourcebook contains 12 chapters written by experienced classroom practitioners in Hong Kong. One theme appears constantly in these chapters: that in the English language classroom, whether at primary, secondary, or tertiary levels, high interest and positive motivation occur through active learning when literary texts, literary techniques and literariness are featured. In this book, full coverage is given to the use of poetry, prose and drama in language learning and teaching at all three levels of the education system. The tasks and activities described here have been shown to work with all bands of students. This book is ideally suited both for practising teachers and participants in teacher education programmes in Hong Kong and the rest of S.E. Asia. It will be particularly useful for primary and secondary teachers of English wishing to incorporate appropriate and relevant teaching activities so as to meet the goals of the new Target Oriented English Language Curriculum.Directions a how to get somewhere Recipes a how to make something Instructions aa how to make or do something ... Later, we also suggest the creation of a simple board game as an example of procedural genre writing. Before ... Revision may be necessary, if only to provide the opportunity for discussing sequencing and/or grouping and for checking on surface language features such as spelling.
|Title||:||Learning Language Through Literature|
|Author||:||/Peter Falvey, Peter Kennedy|
|Publisher||:||Hong Kong University Press - 1997-05-01|