COD 2022 - D704

Webinar - "The nature of truth and storytelling in Atonement by Ian McEwan" (AS Set Text 2022/2023/2024)

AS Literature teachers and Literature lovers

1 sesiones, inicia: 06-Jul

Ficha del curso

Ciclo: 2022
Nivel: A Distancia
Idioma: Inglés
Estado: Terminado
Lugar: A Distancia
Capacitador/es: Ms. Julia Fernández Armendariz, Mrs. Maria Victoria Llera
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Sesiones Fechas Inicia Termina
1 06 Julio 2022 05:30 pm 07:00 pm

Capacitador/es

Julia Fernández Armendariz

Julia Fernández Armendariz graduated as an English teacher from IES en Lenguas Vivas Juan R. Fernández, where she also completed specialisation courses in English Literature and British History. She holds a BA in Education from Universidad Nacional de Quilmes and a Postgraduate Certificate in English Studies from The University of Nottingham, England. Her areas of specialty include Postcolonial Studies, Border Theory and Historical Fiction. She teaches Literature II at IES en Lenguas Vivas "Juan R. Fernández", and English Literature IV, British Culture I, II and III at ENS en Lenguas Vivas "Sofia B. Spangenberg". She also works at Secondary school level both in CABA and the province of Buenos Aires.

Maria Victoria Llera

Victoria Llera is a Graduate Teacher of English from I. E. S en Lenguas Vivas "J. R. Fernández" and holds a BA in English Language from the University of San Martín. She is currently specializing in English Literature II and Literary Movements of the Twentieth Century at the I.E.S.L.V. “Juan Ramón Fernández” while teaching IGCSE/AS at Colegio Jesus Maria, Recoleta. She has taught IB Language B and has been working at the University of Buenos Aires, School of Philosophy and Letters, teaching language and delivering courses on Postcolonial Literature for the last six years.
AS Literature teachers and Literature lovers
-To promote an analysis of the novel based on its historical context, from a postmodern perspective.
-To provide literature teachers with ideas and possible pathways to analyse and work with the text in preparation for the AS Literature Exam.
-To discuss ways of facilitating students’ reading and interpretation of the text.
-To reflect upon the ideas of loss of innocence, guilt, the nature of truth and storytelling and the all-pervasive effects of war.
-Ian McEwan, life, work and style.
-Introduction to the historical novel and its context: The Interwar Years, World War II, and the war effort.
-Analysis of the novel from poststructuralist and new historicist perspectives.
-Discussion of characterisation, symbols and motifs.
-Reading of key extracts and character analysis with AS Literature exam in mind.
-Presentation of key concepts, discussion and guided group reflection and exchange of ideas on thematic concerns.
-Chevalier, Jean and Alain Gheerbrant. Dictionary of Symbols. London: Penguin Books, 1996.
-Howard, M. (1998) The Oxford History of the Twentieth Century. New York: Oxford University Press.
-Hutcheon, L. (2006) A Theory of Adaptation. New York: Routledge.
-McEwan, I. (2001) Atonement. London: Jonathan Cape.
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