Sherman Alexie's "A Drug Called Tradition" and "13/16": Assessing a literary text's potential for intercultural learning and the deconstruction of the Native American stereotype

 
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The main fields of study that are addressed in this book are intercultural learning, literature didactics, and the deconstruction of the Native American stereotype. The book's first part offers worthwhile theoretical information on the respective areas, whereas the second part provides practical examples on how to teach Sherman Alexie's short story "A Drug Called Tradition" and poem "13/16" in the EFL (English as a Foreign Language) classroom. The EFL classroom in particular offers teachers an early opportunity to make students aware of and assist them in going beyond their own ethnocentric perspectives. In this context, Sherman Alexie's texts are especially suitable as both works tackle topics of cross-cultural relevance, such as the loss of identity, poverty, and drug abuse. To cut a long story short, the book's ultimate goal is to show how contemporary Native American literature can help to promote intercultural competences, like perspective- taking and stereotype-free thinking among students.

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Kathrin Insupp was born in Austria in 1984. In 2011 she completed the Teacher Training Degree Programme in the school subjects of English and French at Klagenfurt University.

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Descripción VDM Verlag Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Estado de conservación: Neu. Neuware - The main fields of study that are addressed in this book are intercultural learning, literature didactics, and the deconstruction of the Native American stereotype. The book's first part offers worthwhile theoretical information on the respective areas, whereas the second part provides practical examples on how to teach Sherman Alexie's short story 'A Drug Called Tradition' and poem '13/16' in the EFL (English as a Foreign Language) classroom. The EFL classroom in particular offers teachers an early opportunity to make students aware of and assist them in going beyond their own ethnocentric perspectives. In this context, Sherman Alexie's texts are especially suitable as both works tackle topics of cross-cultural relevance, such as the loss of identity, poverty, and drug abuse. To cut a long story short, the book's ultimate goal is to show how contemporary Native American literature can help to promote intercultural competences, like perspective- taking and stereotype-free thinking among students. 136 pp. Englisch. Nº de ref. de la librería 9783639380361

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