Aligning the Teaching of English Literature in Malaysian Context: A Narrative Review
Asian Journal of Language, Literature and Culture Studies,
This paper reports on the review of existing scholarships and research articles on the teaching of English literature. A critical inquiry emerges within the canvass of the English Literature Teaching (ELT), a wide corpus of existing issues, from the prescribed texts to the pedagogical approaches employed. In the attempt to map the bewildering inquiry with its riposte, this study is aimed at conceptualizing the status quo by synthesizing pertinent literature. Overall, the findings yielded implication that would offer theoretical, novel and empirical means for the future teaching of English literature which evidently is still beset with numerous challenges. Thus, the review concludes with recommendations by advocating fundamental tenets; intercultural and selection of texts variables to be pragmatically employed for future researches.
- language teaching and learning
- English literature
- intercultural competence.
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