Classroom Language Strategies: Teaching Literature
Classroom Language Strategies:
by Prof. John Bo Rollins – Lone Star College
1. Dwi Firli Ashari
2. Heri Wnarko
3. Khusnul Qhotimah Y
4. Vivi Nur Akmalia
1. What is Discourse?
According to Pak Bo’s explanation, discourse is
a language part of community.
Why we need discourse?
To engage and along well with students in order
the students can understand the lesson well.
2. What is literature?
“ I am here to teach about how to teach
literature in the classroom’’ Pak Bo Said.
Literature is a formal treatment of subject in speech or
writing, such as dissertation (Boo,2013).
Another Definition said
Literature is a term that commonly used to refer to works
of creative imagination, including of poetry, drama,
fiction, and nonfiction.
3. Why We Need Literature?
Literature represents a language or
a people: its more that just a
introduces us to new world
experiences ( Lombardi, 2013)
4. How to teach literature?
Start with the language that students
Explore the aspects in literature
Genre of literature
2. Short story
based on Pak Bo’s explanation
One of poem in 1963 which tells particular
Tells about a son of the king who neglected by the
Tells about a struggle of Hemlet to solve the
mystery in the kingdom.
Poem in 1789-1832
Tells about romantic movement on poetry,
commonly it tells about nature and country side.
Goals: to inspire the reader.
Such as: The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost
Lombardi, E. (2013). Literature. Took on
September 30, 2013, from Classic
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