By Ellie Chambers & Marshall Gregory
Instructing and studying English Literature offers a accomplished evaluation of training English Literature from environment educating targets and syllabus making plans, via to quite a number scholar evaluate thoughts and techniques after all assessment and development. more than a few educating equipment are explored, from the normal lecture room, to more recent collaborative paintings and makes use of of digital applied sciences.
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And the original researchers’ conclusions are diametrically opposed to the tendencies in higher education policy noted in Chapter 1, towards development of students’ ‘generic’ or ‘transferable’ skills. Rather, they argue, . . if we want to improve the way people set about learning, we should not think in terms of a general kind of training independent of the content of the academic subject . . general learning skills (if there are any) should rather be regarded as intrinsic to the study of subject content.
See, for example, the seminal book by Marton et al. (1984) The Experience of Learning, in which the work of the movement’s originators is re-presented along with subsequent development of it by What is good teaching? ) This group’s work was underpinned by the belief that ‘good learning’ should be judged by what students learn – rather than how much they learn, the main criterion of the then more familiar input-output model of such research (as outlined in Entwistle and Ramsden, 1983: chapter 3) – in the context of the academic subject under study.
The discipline today 17 achievement, movies are constantly enticing us to assent to everything from worlds we can hardly imagine to encounters with people who look like engaging versions of our neighbours. The contents of vicarious identification and emotional transport offered by literature differ – often but not always – from that offered to us by mass media, but the psychology of the phenomenon is the same in all these cases. It is an eagerness to go outside of ourselves, to find out who we are by triangulating our experience with that of others, and to feel that we are a part of something larger than our own solitary existence.