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Title: Children Literary Texts Analysis as Tefl Side-Materials for Indonesia Young Learners
Authors: Sriastuti, Anna
Keywords: evaluation;development;materials;children literary texts
Issue Date: Nov-2012
Abstract: Referring to the International-Based Curriculum, English literary texts in forms of short stories are often used as side-materials to support the students‘ interests and competencies in learning English. Quoted from Hutchinson and Water (1987) materials used in teaching should help to organize the teaching-learning. As materials used in teaching English to young learners, literary texts for children should provide both understanding and enjoyment for them (Lukens, 1990). The problems related to the children literature laid on the availability and quality of the materials. The lack of original English children literature forces teachers to use local English children literary texts written by Indonesians. The problem becomes more complicated when the writers of these books pay attention only on the content of the story neglecting the grammatical forms. The use of incorrect grammatical structures will certainly create bias understanding and confusion between what the young learner get in-class from the text books and the side-materials outside the class. This paper will hopefully help teachers evaluating or even developing the literary texts to meet the aims of the study.
Description: The 6th International Seminar 2012 “Research in Teacher Education : What, How, and Why?” Salatiga, November 21-22, 2012
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/2675
ISBN: 978-979-1098-58-15
Appears in Collections:The 6th International Seminar 2012 "Research in Teacher Education : What, How, and Why?"

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