This book is based on the authoras practice in teaching and learning literature. It approaches this subject as a privileged context for critical thinking, knowledge construction, and autonomy both for teachers and learners. It emphasizes practice though linking it with theory. Readers will fi nd many examples to clarify explanations. It presents concept mapping as a powerful tool to facilitate oneas expression of thinking+feeling+acting when experiencing a literary text. The book offers the opportunity of a hands-on participation in working with concept maps and of interacting with the author through email, if the reader feels like doing it. The aim here is to suggest ways to achieve a context of freedom and autonomy in literature classes as well as to encourage more readers to love reading and literature.4.1 Focal/key or telling question(s) The focal question(s) or telling question(s) is/ are always embedded in any textaliterary or ... which the text revolves, and it is something readers can verify, discover, discuss, or determine when they come to answer it. ... When working with long texts, as for instance with Shakespeare57a#39;s Macbeth, the teacher may suggest telling questions for each scene/act of the play .
|Title||:||Freedom To Teach and Learn Literature|
|Author||:||Marli Merker Moreira|
|Publisher||:||Palibrio - 2012-01-26|