This book offers both a scholarly and practical overview of an integrated language and literature approach in the 16-19 English classroom. Providing a comprehensive overview of the identity of the subject, it outlines the pedagogical benefits of studying a unified English at post-16 and provides case studies of innovative classroom practice across a range of topics and text types.
Including contributions from practising teachers and higher education practitioners with extensive experience of the post-16 classroom and drawing on a range of literature, this book covers the teaching of topics such as:
Mind style in contemporary fiction
Comparative poetry analysis
Insights from linguistic cohesion
Criticality through creative response
Written to complement the two other Teaching English 16–19 titles in the NATE series, Teaching English Language and Literature 16–19 is the ideal companion for all practising A-level English teachers, of all levels of experience.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||164|
|Publication status||Published - 29 Oct 2020|