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Literature Is Back, It Is Back Wearing Different Clothing

Publication: Language and Literature – European Landmarks of Identity, 11, p. 476
Publisher:Universitatea din Pitești
Abstract:The role of the literature in strategies and methods regarding teaching/learning a foreign/second language has been variously interpreted over the past 100 years. There are a number of different reasons for using literary works in learning foreign language on the university level. Based on the strategies and methods regarding teaching/learning Romanian language at Faculty of Philology, Belgrade, teachers often use literature to assist the development of competence in the language. One of the reasons for including literary texts in the language teaching/learning curriculum is in order to teach “culture”. It is claimed that studying literature enables us to understand the foreign culture more. The imaginary as part of the human cultural background in general, and the literature in particular provides the students with the achievement of “the fullest possible awareness of human relevance”. Learning language through literature, especially in the third and fourth year of the university studies, in Belgrade, is a big step towards learning it well. Therefore, in teaching/learning foreign language on the university level language and literature should be constant interaction.
Key words:FL, literature, culture
Language: English

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2Daiana FelecanGramatica limbii române în contexte literareEditura Mega2007

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