Teaching Scottish Literature
Teaching Scottish Literature: Curriculum and Classroom Applications expands the possibilities for teaching Scottish language and literature at all stages of the school, from upper primary to upper secondary. The aim is to reveal the rich field open for classroom development and to give a large number of practical suggestions about what can be done by teachers at the present time.
There are chapters by twelve experienced teachers dealing with the main issues involved and recommending a wide range of texts, topics and classroom approaches. The main practical feature of the book, however, is the provision of teaching exemplars as models and guides for teachers in their planning and implementation.
This book is an indispensable aid to teachers who wish to develop their expertise in the teaching of Scottish literature and language to their pupils.
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