ETL402 Literature Across the Curriculum (8)
This subject focuses on the role of the teacher librarian and the use of literature in education, particularly in enhancing student learning outcomes, long-term reading motivation and life-long learning. The subject examines important theory and research related to literature; the diversity of literature and multi-literate environments; and the impact of social and cultural influences on literature. This knowledge will be used to inform the creation of literature and reading experiences across the curriculum to demonstrate how school library services can enhance literature practices in the school community.|
+ Subject Availability Modes and Location
|Distance||Wagga Wagga Campus||Session 3|
|Distance||Wagga Wagga Campus|
Continuing students should consult the SAL for current offering details: ETL402|
Where differences exist between the Handbook and the SAL, the SAL should be taken as containing the correct subject offering details.
|Duration ||Grading System ||School: |
|One session||HD/FL||School of Information Studies|
|Upon successful completion of this subject, students should:|
- be able to evaluate a wide variety of literature, and apply such knowledge to the selection, appreciation and critical evaluation of literature in education;
- be able to analyse theory, research and models related to literature, and interpret the implications for education;
- be able to appreciate the role of multi-literacies, including visual literacy, in the context of literature in education;
- be able to predict and interpret social and cultural issues as they apply to the use of literature in education;
- be able to identify how digital environments diversify school students experiences with literature; and
- be able to extend the role of the teacher librarian in promoting literature across the curriculum.
|The subject will cover the following topics:|
- Diversity of children's literature
- Research theories and models
- Social and cultural influences
- Literature and the digital experience
- Literature and teacher librarianship
The information contained in the 2014 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: 29 April 2014. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.