Teaching Short Stories Response and Analysis – textual approaches

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Contents

  • Definition, Overview, the Approach
  • Three texts (all from the 2016 – 2017 IGCSE English Literature text list) :
    • “Sredni Vashtar” – Saki
    • “The Prison” – Bernard Malamud
    • “Games at Twilight” – Anita Desai

Audience     Teachers of G9 – 12 (1º – 4ºM) Literature, A-Level Literature, IB Language A Literature or IGCSE English Literature. While aimed at English teachers, the skills and contents are transferable to Spanish classes. Teachers of G6 – 8 may also find this useful.

Students of A-Level Literature, IB Language A Literature or IGCSE English Literature may find this beneficial.

Format     Face-to-face interactive seminar

Pre-requisites     English CEFR-B2
Completion of “Introduction to Teaching Literature” is recommended.

Number of hours     8

Dates and times

  • Open Programmes : contact us to register your interest in an open programme
  • Closed Programmes* : by agreement

SENCE-eligible     Yes
Ley SEP-eligible     Yes

Venue

  • Contact us to register your interest in an open programme
  • Closed Programmes* : by agreement

 Related Programmes

*We can often run a closed programme with as few as 4 participants (slightly more outside Santiago). If you can get four friends or colleagues together, ask us about a closed programme on your date(s), at your time(s) and in your location(s).

** Ask us about other text-specific programmes we offer.

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