Literature And Language In Literature

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INTEGRATED APPROACH TO LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE TEACHING
Literature has its roots in one language and the language gets life through literature. Literature and language are closely interconnected. Language skills can not be taught in isolation but in an integrated manner, which includes a set of text-based, student -centered activities to add new impetus to teaching language through literature, stimulating the desire of students reading and encourage their responses. Literature can be used to teach the language through interesting activities such as prediction and finishing a story, choosing some interesting role-plays, the integration of spelling with vocabulary, grammar learning through passages of text literary, crossword puzzles, brainstorming,
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Poems and plays, novels, short stories will be used for teaching the language as a literary experience is also an experience of language. The use of drama in a language class is a good resource for teaching languages. It is through the use of theater students become familiar with the grammatical structures in context and also learn about how to use language to express, monitor and report. The use of theater raises awareness of students to the language and culture of destination. The use of a novel is not only beneficial to master linguistic system, but also life in relation to the target language technique. In the novel, the characters reflect what people actually play in everyday life. Novels portray not only human lives but also illuminate the poetry like other genres not only serve as language model, but as a springboard for teaching the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. In dealing with poetry, students engage in both receiving and expressing aspects of language. The receptive process involves skills students use to assign meaning to what is read or heard while the production process involves expressing ideas or feelings that are evoked in response to poetry. Poetry, therefore, can serve as a catalyst not only in the development of language skills, but also the musical rhythmic intelligence of students. The advantages of using literature as a classroom language Wilmott (1973: 57). "The literature shows language at work ... which also helps students and encourages linguistic responses of various types not only English Teachers This literature, but also exploited, as it can generate language and
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