Katrin Stadlinger-Kessel, Bernard Brown, Engelbert Thaler

Shorties

Flash Fiction in English Language Teaching
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Short narrative texts are good for the language classroom because they are short and narrative. Therefore this volume treats the teaching potential of Shorties on a theoretical level (part A), a methodological level (part B) , and a practical level (part C). Part A highlights the topic from the perspectives of different academic disciplines, in this case from a TEFL as well as from a linguistic and literary viewpoint. In part B, methodological contributions on selected texts, media and procedures are assembled. Part C is a collection of concrete sample lessons for teaching English at various levels. These lesson plans have been designed at university, carried out and evaluated by 11 experienced teachers, and finally revised by the editor.
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Short narrative texts are good for the language classroom because they are short and narrative. Therefore this volume treats the teaching potential of Shorties on a theoretical level (part A), a methodological level (part B) , and a practical level (part c).
Part A highlights the topic from the perspectives of different academic disciplines, in this case from a TEFL as well as from a linguistic and literary viewpoint. In part B, methodological contributions on selected texts, media and procedures are assembled. Part C is a collection of concrete sample lessons for teaching English at various levels. These lesson plans have been designed at university, carried out and evaluated by 11 experienced teachers, and finally revised by the editor.


Inhalt:
A.THEORY
Shorties in English Language Teaching
Short Short Stories: Literary Perspectives
Small Stories: Theories and Applications
B. METHODOLOGY
Exploring Mini-Sagas through Drama Activities
Short – Shorter – #twitterfiction
Short Stories and the Migration Experience
That’s so Meta
Six Words to Fire Your Imagination
Short but Sweet!
C. LESSONS
Proverbs & Perverbs
Anecdotes
Urban Myths
Fables
Fairy Tale (Parody)
Jokes
Mini-sagas
Nasreddin
Picture Books


Autoreninformation:
Prof. Dr. Engelbert Thaler ist Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Didaktik des Englischen an der Universität Augsburg. Seine über 500 wissenschaftlichen Publikationen befassen sich mit Verbesserung der Unterrichtsqualität, Lehrerausbildung, Medien- und Literaturdidaktik, interkulturellem Lernen, Entwicklung von Lehrwerken.
Mehr Informationen
ISBN 978-3-8233-7997-3
EAN 9783823379973
Bibliographie 1. Auflage
Seiten 203
Format eBook PDF
Ausgabename 16997-2
Verlag Gunter Narr Verlag
Herausgeber Engelbert Thaler
Autor Katrin Stadlinger-Kessel, Bernard Brown
Erscheinungsdatum 20.04.2021