Middlebury

SPAN6799AA-L20

Teaching Lit. in SSL Classroom

Teaching Literature in the SSL Classroom
Why teaching how to read Literature? According to Daniel Link, Literature connects readers with the infinity (needed for developing knowledge), with love (the skill of any effective teacher), and with desire (that nurtures imagination). This course, designed for graduate students in Spanish and Education, works the teaching of literature across the middle and secondary school levels. Its perspective is both practical and theoretical, examining topics that include why we read, the kinds of readings Spanish teachers are trying to create and effective instructional strategies for teaching literature. The course is designed around 3 core themes: the purposes for teaching literature; the content for literature curriculum; and pedagogical approaches for teaching literature. These topics will be explored through a variety of texts, cultural artifacts, and critical perspectives. (0.5 unit)
Course Reference Number (CRN):
60567
Subject Code:
SPAN
Course Number:
6799A
Section Identifier:
A

Course

SPAN 6799A

All Sections in Summer 2020 Language Schools, LS 3 Week Session I

Summer 2020 Language Schools, LS 3 Week Session I

SPAN6799AA-L20 Lecture (Munoz)