Re-mapping literary worlds

by Ingrid Johnston | 03 October 2003
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This book explores how postcolonialism and the ongoing debates over the literary canon relate to the practice of teaching high school English. This literary journey begins in apartheid South Africa and then moves forward in time and place to a multi-ethnic Western Canadian school where Ingrid Johnston and an English teacher collaborate in teaching postcolonial literature. Illuminating ways in which a postcolonial pedagogy can open up debates on questions of power, difference and discrimination, this book highlights the complexities of postcolonial pedagogy and raises challenging questions of text selection, reading strategies and student response.
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This book explores how postcolonialism and the ongoing debates over the literary canon relate to the practice of teaching high school English. This literary journey begins in apartheid South Africa and then moves forward in time and place to a multi-ethnic Western Canadian school where Ingrid Johnston and an English teacher collaborate in teaching postcolonial literature. Illuminating ways in which a postcolonial pedagogy can open up debates on questions of power, difference and discrimination, this book highlights the complexities of postcolonial pedagogy and raises challenging questions of text selection, reading strategies and student response.
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€21.98
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Product Description

This book explores how postcolonialism and the ongoing debates over the literary canon relate to the practice of teaching high school English. This literary journey begins in apartheid South Africa and then moves forward in time and place to a multi-ethnic Western Canadian school where Ingrid Johnston and an English teacher collaborate in teaching postcolonial literature. Illuminating ways in which a postcolonial pedagogy can open up debates on questions of power, difference and discrimination, this book highlights the complexities of postcolonial pedagogy and raises challenging questions of text selection, reading strategies and student response.

Product Details

Re-mapping literary worlds

ISBN9780820457529

FormatPAPERBACK

PublisherP. LANG (03 October. 2003)

No. of Pages176

Weight270

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 160