南台課程大綱
學年度 102學年第二學期 系所 英語系
課程名稱 英文小說與英語教學 班級 碩專應英一甲
授課教師 邱源貴 點 閱 次 數 29
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課程概述
This is a class aiming to provide prospective English teachers with enough competence to read short stories of various genres by different authors so as to apply the strategies learned to motivate their students’ English learning.

課程目標
The purpose of this class is to provide TESL/TEFL students with essential tools (e.g., critical terms and approaches) to tackle the very act of meaningful reading. Hence, this class is designed to give students extensive reading materials. Students are, however, supposed to read the text in detail and then to respond to either the instructor's or the fellow student’s critique. To facilitate reading, terms and methodologies will also be explained and discussed in class.
課程大綱
To some extent, this class is a combination of literary introduction and criticism. Henceforth, in addition to the text edited by Cassil and Bausch, The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction (Shorter 7th Ed. New York: Norton, 2006.), students are suggested to consult regularly such books as Abrams's A Glossary of Literary Terms (7th Ed. New York: Harcourt, 1999), or Lentrichia and McLaughlin's Critical Terms for Literary Study (2nd Ed. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1995). Also, students should never forget Guerin and others' A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature (New York: Harper, 1979, or Oxford UP, 1999), essential to the analysis of literary works (particularly short fiction) for readers of beginning and intermediate levels of literary studies. An all-time classic like E. M. Forster's Aspects of the Novel (Penguin, 1962) is also valid and useful.
The class will be conducted mainly in English with minimum Chinese explanation. Students are required to read at least one short story in advance and then present their ideas to the class. Hence, active participation and attendance are required of all students.
英文大綱
To some extent, this class is a combination of literary introduction and criticism. Henceforth, in addition to the text edited by Cassil and Bausch, The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction (Shorter 7th Ed. New York: Norton, 2006.), students are suggested to consult regularly such books as Abrams's A Glossary of Literary Terms (7th Ed. New York: Harcourt, 1999), or Lentrichia and McLaughlin's Critical Terms for Literary Study (2nd Ed. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1995). Also, students should never forget Guerin and others' A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature (New York: Harper, 1979, or Oxford UP, 1999), essential to the analysis of literary works (particularly short fiction) for readers of beginning and intermediate levels of literary studies. An all-time classic like E. M. Forster's Aspects of the Novel (Penguin, 1962) is also valid and useful.
The class will be conducted mainly in English with minimum Chinese explanation. Students are required to read at least one short story in advance and then present their ideas to the class. Hence, active participation and attendance are required of all students.
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