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Oral interpretation and the teaching of literature in secondary schools.

Wallace A. Bacon

Oral interpretation and the teaching of literature in secondary schools.

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Published by Speech Communications Association in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oral interpretation,
  • Literature -- Study and teaching

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsERIC Clearinghouse on Reading and Communication Skills
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 60 p. ;
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13568004M
    LC Control Number74082579
    OCLC/WorldCa2145169

    Discussion. Class discussion, or a structured conversation on a topic, is a final strategy for oral reading comprehension sion can take many forms, but you need to .   For example, in middle schools, high schools, vocational schools, sixth-form schools or comparable levels of education for students from an age of about 11 or 12 years onwards. In some contexts, secondary schools could include grades as low as five, but they usually start with sixth or seventh grades (compare Slavin, a).Author: Annemieke E. Smale-Jacobse, Anna Meijer, Michelle Helms-Lorenz, Ridwan Maulana. Preparing Our Teachers, a report designed to distill from the NRC report practical suggestions for teachers and teacher preparation programs, stresses the importance of a well-rounded education for prospective teachers (Strickland et al., ): “ Because reading touches all content areas—from sciences and social studies to literature.


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Oral interpretation and the teaching of literature in secondary schools. by Wallace A. Bacon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Oral Interpretation and the Teaching of Literature in Secondary Schools. Bacon, Wallace A. The purpose of this state-of-the-art monograph is to describe the nature of oral interpretation of literature and to suggest contributions which can be made through this channel to the study of literature in high by: 3.

Literature in ELT The use of literature in the ELT classroom is enjoying a revival for a number of reasons. 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/5(22).

Analysis of Oral Literature in Secondary Schools in Kenya: Teaching And Learning Of Oral Literature [Ochome, Everlyne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Analysis of Oral Literature in Secondary Schools in Kenya: Teaching And Learning Of Oral Oral interpretation and the teaching of literature in secondary schools.

book. Teaching Unit: Oral Interpretation. Introduction: This three week unit will focus on the topic of Oral Interpretation. The unit is designed to improve students’ ability to analyze literature which will be the main focus of the unit.

Teaching Speaking Skills in English Language using Classroom Activities in Secondary School Level in Eldoret Municipality, Kenya Benter Oseno Gudu Moi University, PO boxEldoret, Kenya Abstract There is a general public concern in Kenya that majority of Form Four school leavers lack communicative and.

The purpose of this study was to illustrate the usefulness of oral interpretation in the teaching of English literature at the middle school level.

Four areas of literature: poetry, short story, mythology, and drama, were approached through methods of oral interpretation and/or recommendations in the teacher's resource manual accompanying the : Donna R. Hall. book. Oral interpretation and the teaching of literature in secondary schools; Oral Interpretation and the Teaching of Literature in the Secondary School; Membership.

Served with Army of the United States, Member National Communication Association (Golden Anniversary Prize Fund award74, distinguished service award Schools & Teaching Teaching Literature in Secondary School 2nd ed. Edition by Robert E Probst fresh methods that build lifelong lovers of reading by opening your literature classroom to the power of student-driven interpretation and analysis.

The second edition is chocked full of everything you need to plan and build a curriculum that Cited by: Survey of Methods of Teaching English and Literature among Secondary School Teachers in Benue State Discussion Method: This is an interactive method which involves the verbal exchange of views, opinions or ideas.

The teacher considers a topic or issue, and may raise it for discussion by the students. The view is vigorously argued,File Size: 73KB. tand the roles that literature can play in the secondary curriculum, tand that students vary in their approaches to learning and, when teaching literature, create instructional opportunities that are adaptable to individual differences oflearners.

Course Description This course is a workshop in the teaching of literature at the high school level. Each of you will be part of a student team that will present approaches to teaching a specific literary work commonly taught in high schools, including sample lessons and. An article discussing ways to use literature in the EFL/ESL classroom.

Literature has been a subject of study in many countries at a secondary or tertiary level, but until recently has not been given much emphasis in the EFL/ESL classroom. It has only been since the s that this area has attracted more interest among EFL teachers/5. In this fully updated second edition of Response and Analysis, Robert Probst leads you to fresh methods that build lifelong lovers of reading by opening your literature classroom to the power of student-driven interpretation and analysis.

The second edition is chocked full of everything you need to plan and build a curriculum that initiates interpretative and critical conversations with. The teaching of literature faces many difficulties in the secondary stage, leading to a decline The level of students in literary taste, and the most important of these difficulties for the use of.

level secondary schools in masaka district by micheal mwebaza /hd04/u a dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of degree of masters of education in curriculum teaching and media studies of makerere university kampala october File Size: KB.

Having said that, teaching approaches, methods, and strategies employed by teachers in teaching literature should be suitable, varied, innovative and effective to maximise the teaching process. Penny Ur presents her opinion regarding the advantages of literature teaching in her book A Course in Language Teaching: Practice and Theory.

Ur suggests that regarding a project carried out at a number of primary and secondary schools between and The aim of the project was to develop and increase contact Interpretation is. The roots of teaching literature in the United States date back to the 17th century, when The New England Primer textbook was introduced in Boston (), along with the invention of the ‘blue backed' Elementary Spelling Book of pioneer Noah Webster ( - ), which helped generations of American children learn to read.

One of the early inspirations for teachers of. Home › Types of Speeches › Oral Interpretation of Prose. Oral Interpretation of Prose. We discussed several types of literature and performance analysis styles (dramatistic, modal, and reader-response).

Follow the outline in the book to see an example of a literary analysis. Write a page analysis in Times New Roman 12pt. font. The article comments on the importance of the study of literature in high school. The value of composition and the allied forms of expression through language is endorsed in the study of literature.

It gives the student a means of self expression and stimulates his very life. Oral Interpretation is a dramatic art, also commonly called "interpretive reading" and "dramatic reading", though these terms are more conservative and restrictive. In certain applications, oral interpretation is also a theatre art – as in reader's theatre, in which a work of literature is performed with manuscripts in hand or, more traditionally, using stools and music stands; and.

Teaching a college literature course for the first time can be intimidating. However, if you are well-prepared, the idea of teaching college literature class should start to sound fun and exciting. To teach literature to college students, 95%().

Consequently, oral literature genres like oral narratives, oral poetry, songs, proverbs, tongue twisters and riddles are recommended for use in the teaching of listening and speaking skills “to give the learner a wider field within which to express themselves” (K.I.E, ).

With regard to grammar teaching, a story or short dialogue whichFile Size: KB. An approach to teaching close reading: textual analysis and interpretation 49 Postscript 61 3 Teaching literary theory and teaching writing 63 ‘Positioning’ literary theory 63 Approaching the teaching of theory and criticism 68 Teaching theory and criticism 72 Approaches to teaching academic writing 80 Academic literacies 84 Writing pedagogy 86File Size: 1MB.

Teaching Literature in Secondary School By Robert E Probst, Georgia State University, Professor Emeritus of English Education In this fully updated second edition of Response and Analysis, Robert Probst leads you to fresh methods that build lifelong lovers of reading by opening your literature classroom to the power of student-driven.

sertations in foreign literature pedagogy-there is a grand total of becomes all the more ap-palling if one considers that they were written over a period of 40 years, from to WALTER F. LOHNES Stanford University Teaching Literature in the Secondary Schools FLORENCE STEINER, Glenbrook High Schools (Glenview, Illinois) Rationale.

Principles of Reading and Literature. Students will be able to explain the basic principles of reading and literature. Pedagogy and Diagnosis. Students will be able to design and implement effective reading strategies that reinforce basic principles of reading and that enhance the understanding and appreciation of literature.

III Abstract The present qualitative study examines whether the teaching of English language literature in the 9th grade is based on a text-centered (New Critical) or a student-centered (reader-response) approach to literature. It is based on semi-structured interviews with. Improving students’ writing skills helps them succeed inside and outside the classroom.

Effective writing is a vital component of students’ literacy achievement, and writing is a critical communication tool for students to convey thoughts and opinions, describe ideas and events, and analyze information.

Appreciate poetry by listening to its rhyme, rhythm, and overall sound. Make class sets of the poem, the Poetry Reading Strategies printable, and the Inference Graphic Organizer printable.

Step 1: Tell students they will be learning strategies to help them appreciate poetry and read poetry more effectively. Step 2: Discuss the following.

understand experience and share prose works through the art of oral interpretation. (1) Oral Interpretation. Oral interpretation, or the study of literature through its performance, can be defined as a combination of analysis, performance and communication skills.

offered publicly on behalf of literature. (2) Goals of Oral Interpretation. This study is an investigation of the problems and challenges facing the teaching and learning of oral literature in Swaziland's contemporary secondary schools.

The nature of the problems is distilled from the interviews conducted on both learners and teachers concerning their attitudes and views to the teaching and learning of this subject. In the field of literature (literary education), the term is analyzed with regard to cultural life. The learning with literature should allow for personal development within a cultural context.

Thus students should be introduced to the cultural life of society and they should be offered opportunities to participate. (Pieper,6).Cited by: 1. This post is part of the series: Reading Literature Lesson Plans. Help students read better with these great lesson plans. Lesson Plan: Making Inferences and Predictions in Literature; Teaching Reading Skills Lesson Plan: Strategies for Reading Comprehension; Lesson Plan: Analyzing an Author’s Style in Literature.

Value of English in Secondary Schools. Hunt Hetzel, Margaret // Education;Jun, Vol. 41 Is p The article discusses the decline of the study of literature in high school.

Literature is highly conducive to moral training, its value has not decreased but enthusiasm over it has become less keen in the face of more practical interests.

secondary schools in Sabah. The study was conducted in 15 urban secondary schools in on the approaches employed by teachers in teaching the literature component in English would be of great value and interest.

It also discusses three models to teaching literature and then, elaborates on the approaches and activities to teaching Size: KB. The Teaching of Literature in the Secondary Schools. Address delivered before the Association of New York High School Teachers of German.

By Prof. Lawrence A. McLouth, New York University. (Conclusion). But it must not be forgotten, that the way to this love of good lit-erature lies through intellectual effort, through learning, through thought. Oral Interpretation is the process by which words are pulled from the page and given dimension in a reader’s voice and body.

Practitioners of oral interpretation bring stories to life, serving as a vehicle for the messages of the text. Some scholars argue that readers should unlock the meanings intended by the author (the vehicle should be empty) while others believe the.

The effectiveness of teachers' performance appraisal in secondary schools in Kabale Municipality - Performance Appraisal - Akampurira Abraham - Master's Thesis - Pedagogy - The Teacher, Educational Leadership - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis.

This book provides teachers, children, and parents with knowledge about children's literature and the oral interpretation of it. The procedures, suggestions, and resources in the book are intended to develop oral interpretation skills in the young reader. SES has a large impact on oral proficiency which is implicated in text-level literacy skills – Oral proficiency of middle and high SES ELLs is points or half a standard deviation higher than low SES ELLs (Cobo-Lewis, et al., ) • A large proportion of English-language Learners— 64%--were born in the US (Migration Policy Institute File Size: 1MB.For 3 years, Texas A and M University Kingsville (formerly Texas A and I University) has provided a basic oral interpretation course for teachers specializing in reading on the elementary level.

After teaching the course once, the instructor decided to adapt the course to the needs of the students by using children's literature instead of adult literature for the performance Author: V. A. Smith.Inclusive Education and Classroom Practice in Secondary Education 2 This report has been produced and published by the European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education Extracts from the document are permitted provided a clear reference to the source is Size: 1MB.