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INTEGRATED ENGLISH : A COURSE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

MARY DUNK , GEORGE WILEY

1985

BOOK
Category

BUSINESS ENGLISH

Abstract THIS COURSE FOR GCSE STUDENTS HAS BEEN DEVISED TO BRIDGE THE TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM GAP BETWEEN ENGLISH LANGUAGE WORK AND THE STUDY OF LITERATURE. IN THE EIGHTEEN UNITS OF THE COURSE THE AUTHORS HAVE CONCENTRATED ON A UNITARY APPROACH TO THE TEXTS BEING STUDIES, AND THE ACTIVITIES ARE PLANNED TO DEVELOP AN APPRECIATION OF THE FUNCTION, STYLE AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE WRITERS' LANGUAGE. AS THE AUTHORS SAY IN THEIR INTRODUCTION, THIS BOOK IS FOR THOSE WHO BELIEVE 'THERE CAN BE NO RIGID DIVISION IN TEACHING ENGLISH BETWEEN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, ANY MORE THAN THERE SHOULD BE BETWEEN WRITING AND SPEAKING, OR BETWEEN WORKING INDIVIDUALLY OR IN A GROUP'.

ISBN 0521275172
Author(s) MARY DUNK , GEORGE WILEY
Credits
Edition 1ST ED.
Year 1985
Publisher CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Type BOOK
Keywords ENGLISH LITERATURE, EXAMINATIONS, QUESTIONS
Language English
Collation 176 P., 25 CM.

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