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Negotiating the Challenges of Reading Literature: Teachers Reporting on their Practice
  • Publication Type:
    Chapter
  • Authors:
    Duncan S, Paran A
  • Publication date:
    21/08/2018
  • Chapter number:
    14
  • Editors:
    Bland J
  • ISBN-13:
    9781350034259
  • Book title:
    Using Literature in English Language Education: Challenging Reading for 8–18 Year Olds
  • Language:
    English
  • Keywords:
    foreign language literature education, secondary schools, language learning, teacher perspective, International Baccalaureate, reading aloud, film in language education, literature in language education, reading development
  • Addresses:
    Duncan, S
    UCL Institute of Education
    Education, Practice and Society
    20 Bedford Way
    London
    London
    WC1H 0AL
    England
Abstract
This paper discusses the teacher perspective on negotiating the challenges of teaching literature within the International Baccalaurate Diploma Programme, where literature is a compulsory element in studying a second language (Language B) at Higher level. Data was collected in three secondary schools teaching this programme in three different European countries. Thirty-two teachers involved in Foreign Language literature education in eight different languages were interviewed. Analysis showed that teachers negotiate these challenges in three main ways: text choice (based on a balance of accessibility and appeal of texts); organization of the reading (in and out of class, including the use of film) and reading aloud (either by the teacher or by the students).
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