Literature in the foreign language syllabus: engaging the student through active learning
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Reyes Torres, Agustín Perfil
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Why is it so important for foreign language teachers today to use literature in the classroom? This paper highlights the benefits of literature in making students more discerning users and consumers of language. Active learning is in this sense a key factor in engaging the learner with the literary works. Likewise, the role of the teacher as a facilitator and the use of strategies such as the Socratic Seminar constitute effective ways to shift the balance from teacher-centered to student-centered instruction, thus increasing students' engagement and providing forums for learning to be more personal, meaningful, and memorable.

    Reyes Torres, Agustín 2012 Literature in the foreign language syllabus: engaging the student through active learning Tejuelo 15 9 16
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