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This volume of essays offers innovations in teaching Chaucer in higher education. The projects explored in this study focus on a student-centred, active learning designed to... Read more
This volume of essays offers innovations in teaching Chaucer in higher education. The projects explored in this study focus on a student-centred, active learning designed to enhance independent research skills and critical thinking. These studies also seek to establish conversations - between teachers and learners, and students and their texts.
Series Preface Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction; G.Ashton Chaucer for Fun and Profit; P.A.Knapp A Series of Linked Assignments for the Undergraduate Course on Chaucer's Canterbury Tales ; S.F.Kruger Why We Should Teach - and Our Students Perform - The Legend of Good Women ; F.Tolhurst 'Cross-Voiced' Assignments and the Critical 'I'; M.Fitzgibbons Teaching the Language of Chaucer; L.Sylvester Teaching the Language of Chaucer Manuscripts; S.Horobin Creating Learning Communities in Chaucer Studies: Process and Product; G.Ashton 'The wondres that they myghte seen or heere': Designing and Using Web-based Resources to Teach Medieval Literature; P.Semper Chaucer and the Visual Image: Learning, Teaching, Assessing; L.Coote Bibliography Suggestions for Further Reading Web Resources Index
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