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2 Literature in the classroom Talencongres Noordhoff Uitgevers ENGELS 18 november 2015 Syb Hartog Docent Engels vmbo, mavo, havo, vwo (1971-2000) Vakconsulent CPS (1991-2000) Lerarenopleider Engels (RuG) (2000-2012) Auteur Stepping Stones (1994-2015) Bedenker website www.novellist.nl
3 Literature in the classroom PROGRAMMA Literatuur in Stepping Stones 5 e editie Ideeën voor de invulling van een literatuurles Website novels
4 Literature in the classroom Aantal klokuren bestemd voor literatuur (adviestabel): VMBO: 0 MAVO: 0 HAVO: onderbouw: 0 – bovenbouw: 40 uren VWO: onderbouw: 0 – bovenbouw: 80 uren Contacturen … huiswerk … hoe meer uren te krijgen?
5 Literature in the classroom Aandacht voor: literaire ontwikkeling literaire begrippen literatuurgeschiedenis
6 Voorbeeldmateriaal Stepping Stones 5 e editie (klas 3) READING MATTERS NOVEL (fragment): Final Takedown – Brent R. Sherrard POEM: Jimmy Jet and his TV set – Shel Silverstein SHORT STORY: Chain Reaction - Louise Cooper Literaire ontwikkeling? Literaire begrippen?
7 Literature in the classroom SHORT STORY: The little girl and the wolf – James Thurber POEMS: The purist – Ogden Nash maggie and milly and molly and may – e.e. cummings A limerick How do I love thee? – Elizabeth Barrett Browning NOVEL (fragments): website www.novellist.nlwww.novellist.nl
8 The little girl and the wolf – James Thurber One afternoon a big wolf waited in a dark forest for a little girl to come along carrying a basket of food to her grandmother. Finally a little girl did come along and she was carrying a basket of food. ‘Are you carrying that basket to your grandmother?’ asked the wolf. The little girl said, yes, she was. So the wolf asked her where her grandmother lived and the little girl told him and he disappeared into the wood. When the little girl opened the door of her grandmother’s house she saw that there was somebody in bed with a nightcap and a nightgown on. She had approached no nearer than twenty-five feet from the bed when she saw that it was not her grandmother but the wolf, for even in a night cap a wolf does not look any more like your grandmother than the Metro-Goldwyn lion looks like the President of the United States. So _________
9 Literature in the classroom SHORT STORY: Other suggestions: Alan Paton Ambrose Bierce Arthur C. Clarke Bernard Maclaverty Bruce Holland Rogers Charlie Fish Carson Mccullers Flannery O’Connor James Ross Jay McInerney John Cheever John Wain John Wyndham Nadine Gordimer O’Henry Ray Bradbury Roald Dahl Shirley Jackson Stephen King Ursula Le Guin William Boyd.
10 The purist - Ogden Nash I give you now Professor Twist, A conscientious scientist. Trustees exclaimed, ‘He never bungles!’ And sent him off to different _______. Camped on a tropic riverside, One day he missed his loving bride. She had, the guide informed him _______, Been eaten by an alligator. Professor Twist could not but smile. ‘You mean,’ he said, ‘a _______.’
11 maggie and milly and molly and may – e.e. cummings maggie and milly and molly and may went down to the beach(to play one day) and maggie discovered a shell that sang so sweetly she couldn’t remember her troubles,and milly befriended a stranded star whose rays languid fingers were; and molly was chased by a horrible thing which raced sideways while blowing bubbles:and may came home with a smooth round stone as small as a world and as large as alone. For whatever we lose(like a you or a me) it’s always ourselves we find in the sea.
12 Van inductief naar deductief: two LIMERICKS Make 2 limericks: 1.Who ate forty apples and died. 2.Or the rest will be wanting one, too.’ 3.And made cider inside her insides. 4.Found a rather large mouse in his stew. 5.There was an old lady from Clyde 6.Said the waiter, ‘Don't shout 7.The apples fermented 8.And wave it about, 9.Inside the lamented; 10.A diner while dining at Crewe
13 Van inductief naar deductief: SONNET How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach, when feeling out of sight for the ends of Being and ideal Grace. I love thee to the level of everyday's most quiet need, by sun and candlelight. I love thee freely, as men might strive for Right; I love thee purely, as they turn from Praise. I love thee with the passion put to use in my old griefs, and with my childhood's faith. I love thee with a love I seemed to lose with my lost saints, – I love thee with the breath, smiles, tears, of all my life! – and, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death.
14 Literature in the classroom POEMS: Other suggestions: Adrian Mitchell Benjamin Zephaniah Carl Sandburg Dorothy Parker Emily Dickinson Gareth Owen Jenny Joseph John Agard Langston Hughes Maya Angelou Michael Rosen Robert Frost, Roger McGough Stephen Crane Stevie Smith
16 Novellist Gebaseerd op Wittes 6 literaire niveaus (Witte, 2009) ERK-niveaus (taalniveaus A1 – C2) Informatie per boek en per niveau Aandacht voor: kinderboeken, YAL, actuele boeken, de ‘canon’ Een systeem om leerlingen te helpen hun eigen niveau te bepalen Vier vragen per boek Zie: http://novellist.nlhttp://novellist.nl