Literature Study in the “Global Village” Approaches to Enhance Personal Development and Promote Cultural Dialogue

Hamid Bensaou

Abstract


The issues of syllabus design and text choice will become much less acute when/if we have designed an effective approach to study a literary text. I propose here an eclectic integrated approach combining in some astute manner the Personal Based Approach, the Language Based Approach and the Information Based Approach. The objective being to encourage in the student a thoughtful critical, interactive attitude to his text, to its structure and contents, to its technical and rhetorical elements as well as naturally to the explicit and/or implicit philosophical and ideological assumptions imbedded into it. Developing an attitude to a text in the learner is a means to enhance his/her personal development and promote cultural dialogue.

Keywords: the Personal response Based Approach, the Language Based Approach, the Information Based Approach, developing attitude to test, enhance personal development and promote cultural dialogue.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v4i2.211

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v4i2.211.g1679

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