Patterns of English through History, Art and Literature
Patterns of English through History, Art and Literature is intended to provide a practical resource book for foreign language teachers and students following Arts and Humanities programmes. It is in fact the result of many years of teaching experience with students of Arts and Humanities at the University of Salerno. The book includes a selection of materials that could match with students’ learning interests and study subjects ranging from History and Art History to Literature, Philosophy and Linguistics. Therefore, the theoretical approach adopted in the selection and later didactization of the study materials is mainly English for Special/Academic Purposes (ESP).
The book is divided into two parts. The first part provides the theoretical framework of reference within which the language and content integrated programmes as well as the teaching proposals of the second part can be set. The second part includes eight chapters on a variety of subjects characterizing Arts and Humanities courses. In particular, the materials and related activities presented in the second part of the volume constitute a collection of miscellaneous readings taken from online newspaper articles, specialized texts and websites, while the contents of the teaching proposals are arranged in four thematic modules, including History, Literature, Philosophy, Art and a Linguistic focus.
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