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Life, Language, Literature

Life, Language, Literature - 93 edition

Life, Language, Literature - 93 edition

ISBN13: 9780838439654

ISBN10: 0838439659

Life, Language, Literature by Linda Robinson Fellag - ISBN 9780838439654
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 93
Copyright: 1993
Publisher: Heinle & Heinle Publishers, Inc.
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Life, Language, Literature by Linda Robinson Fellag - ISBN 9780838439654

ISBN13: 9780838439654

ISBN10: 0838439659

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 93

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Summary

Life, Language, and Literature is an advanced level, integrated skills reading text for ESL learners. The title reflects three foci: life (the enrichment of critical analytical skills and cultural knowledge, and the relation of texts to student experience); language (the exploitation of texts for reading skills, vocabulary, writing, speaking and structure fluency) and literature (the development of an understanding of and familiarity with literary texts and concepts). This text is especially suitable for pre academic students who will encounter requisite literature/literary analysis courses in a university. The text is also valid for any advanced English learner engaged in language and cultural study.

  • Integrated skills activities combine the readings with other language work.
  • Prereading activities provide learners with cultural, topical, and historical information.
  • Literary analysis exercises help students recognize literary elements and write or speak about literature.
  • Journal writing encourages learners to respond to the text.
  • Culture points and video recommendations help enrich the course by expanding the versatility of the book.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. The White Silence.
2. The Luck of Roaring Camp.
3. The Corduroy Pants.
4. The Standard of Living.
5. Butch Minds the Baby.
6. The Cop and the Anthem.
7. Of Missing Persons.
8. Acquainted with the Night.
9. Dream Deferred.
10. The Rule of Names.
11. The Story of an Hour.
12. The Magic Barrel.
13. A Dream Within a Dream.
14. Snow.
15. I Stand Here Ironing.
16. The Letter.