Being one of the largest humanities subjects, literature should be valued, as well as, studied to embrace the true philosophy that is provided. Literature cultivates an improbable amount of abilities that make it an indispensable part of education (The Value of Literary Study). Studying literature involves reading, thinking, writing and analyzing, and while stimulating those abilities, general empathy and sophistication in vocabulary increase. Literature not only provides pleasure and relaxation, but it builds experience for further comprehension in other academic areas. History and literature are inextricably intertwined (Why Study Literature par.
King utilized repetition, metaphors, diction and rhetorical devices, that provokes ethos and pathos, throughout his speech in order to connect with his audience as well as to motivate them to stand up and fight for their freedom they well-deserve. One of the most used literary elements throughout Martin Luther King’s speech are diction, which leads to rhetorical devices such as, ethos, logos, and pathos.
Textbooks are of great value and effect in the process of teaching and learning. According to Zohrabi, Sabouri and Behroozian (2012), textbooks are considered an essential component of any EFL course so that the use of EFL published materials is more widespread than ever. They serve teachers with guidelines concerning syllabi, teaching methodologies, and the materials to be taught. Here care should be done in choosing the best suitable text for a particular context. Textbooks are valuable in each language classroom, and they have several roles in English Language Teaching (ELT) curriculum and help the process of language teaching and learning.
Firstly, Martin Luther King, Jr. uses repetition for emphasis on certain key points as one of his techniques. He uses anaphora by repeating the words “I have a Dream” at the beginning of clauses and sentences. "I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed" (King, 3). He uses the repetition for this phrase as an appeal of connecting with the audience and to pathos. The title of this speech “I have a Dream,” was possibly named from his use of anaphora throughout the entire speech.
I wound up changing different drafts of my papers in these classes. I feel like this is something essential that I have learned from these classes. Learning to reexamine and determine mistakes to have the assistance of my associates or my professor is something that will incredibly help the nature of my writing. I had a feeling that I was a solid writer coming into this class however now having the capacity to adjust my writing to distinctive styles and having the capacity to make fitting and compelling revisions to my work I have a feeling that I am a more finish English student. I was exceptionally stubborn to alter my work before these classes, on the other hand I now understand that modification are a vital piece of life as well as they are a critical piece of learning and writing.
These fine works of literature in which have been identified as ‘classic’ are more than just old books our teachers lecture us about in educational facilities. What essentially makes a novel classic is its relevancy. In other words, is the novel timeless? Will it always apply to society at any era? In continuation, a classic novel should also have an imperishable prose.
In the language acquisition process, writing comes almost at the end. First we develop our listening skill, then we start speaking, after that reading comes along, and later in that process writing comes along. And there is only one explanation if we wanted to figure this process out: it takes time. Nonetheless, in Second Language Learners (SLLs) the writing process does not take longer, because there is an existent framework, which language teachers can use for that specific purpose. In other words, we will use the prior knowledge SLLs already have and use it to our favor and their favor as well, so that they can communicate their ideas in writing, too.
Teaching language through literature is got popular attention among research scholars of second language teaching. It is very important to discuss on teaching language through literature for second language learners. This paper is aiming at how language is taught through literature and how it helped to the students. On the other hand, teaching language literature is quite feasible to learn a language not only English but also any language. This paper has traced the ways of teaching language with help of literature such as drama, poem, story etc., Keywords: Second language, feasible, traced, literature, and learners.
1.2.3. The influence of students’ socio-cultural background in understanding literary texts One of the most important parts in preparing a literature class is to choose the adequate text, something that should have an impact on learners’ lives and attitudes. But how do we, the teachers, do that? Of course, when dealing with literature, we deal first with students’ reading abilities and level of knowledge, so we design various teaching strategies that are student-centred, we use visual aids like pictures or even short movies, and however at the end of the class some of the learners didn’t like the text, so we start wandering what we did wrong. Today, children face obstacles that have an impact on who they are and who they might become.
Previously they were teaching General English same like the ordinary Secondary Schools. However, due to the new policy they were instructed to teach English for Specific Purposes (ESP). 1.8 Summary This chapter presents an introduction of the study. The study will investigate the ‘Challenges Encountered Among English Teachers in Teaching English for Specific Purposes in Vocational Colleges in Malaysia’. Analysing the student’s needs, choosing relevant course content, material development, course implementation, class evaluation and assessment, student motivation and class size are the list of the challenges that will need to be encountered by the English