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Teaching white South African literature in high schoolOry and the country's specific place on the African continent will ollow as well as a brief comparison to the situations in the United States and Australia as examples of postcolonial societies In addition the rationale will be given which explains why the writers in this study have been chosen and how their writing complicates the issues of identity and legacy of apartheid After an introduction which explains the relevant literary and historical paradigms each of the proposed pieces of literature rests upon a variety of different activities that can be used in the classroom will be presented This project has proceeded on the assumption that a literary anthology cannot provide the entire cognitive content Necessary To Understand The Literature to understand the literature consideration only entice the reader to research The activities Gray Bishop for students will address various pedagogical needs and provide students with an opportunity to reflect on and extend their knowledge of the reading material We will conclude by exploring how politics have affected the development of South African nationalism its arenas of power and public discourse and issues inherent in the process of integration into the world economy This document aims to provide enough depth and historical information to help students understand what has been taking place in the social and culturalabric of South Africa what modes of *Expression Have Been Appropriated *have been appropriated South African writers to what effect and how *they can help us understand patterns of identity migration oppression economics and global communication in the new *can help us understand patterns of identity migration oppression economics and global communication in the new ,
Nd competences in the ields of science and technology and the new modes of communication have made a culturally relevant curriculum a priority today The curricular change will not result in decanonization but rather in the gradual expansion of the existing body of We need canons; they are necessary they preserve important contributions to the historical dialogue and dialectic A canon gives us an invaluable access to the ideas and problems that orm in regard to our lived experience However a culturally inclusive curriculum provides a balanced application of the progressive child centered educational a complement the already existing information on the teaching of South African literature to high school students this document will offer suggestions or teaching white South African iction by using the methodology of postcolonial theory and Whiteness Studies What will be examined is the way literary practitioners have participated rom their own social racial and political positions in the construction and reconstruction of South African society during and after apartheid The introduction will give an overview of the past and current situations in South African postcolonial discourse and will point out what problem areas still exist An overview of Whiteness Studies will also be presented and its attempt to examine and understand why white people have viewed themselves they way they have The post colonial theory and understand why white people have viewed themselves they way they have The post colonial theory Whiteness Studies will be used as lenses through which the chosen literature will be examined A discussion of South African hist. ,


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Studies based on the concept of cultural differences make the assumption that students coming rom culturally diverse will achieve academic excellence if classroom is conducted in a manner responsive to the students' home culture In order to establish knowledge base which would improve student performance various modifications in classroom teaching need to be used; these have become known as culturally compatible culturally relevant culturally congruent or culturally responsive Nawang 1 Considering that the dramatic shift in the demographic makeup of the United States population is pronounced in public education educators have been aced with the need to respond to the needs of students coming Renovate: Changing Who You Are by Loving Where You Are from various backgrounds Today's most important challenge in education is to create learning environments that would maximize educational success and performanceor all students by using culturally responsive pedagogy The purpose of this work is not to propose canon changes but rather to develop a repertoire of ideas Gaffer for teaching world literature in the culturally diverse student environments of the nation's high schools by using effective pedagogical practices The needor a culturally congruent English curriculum arises Circumstantial Evidence from the way we regard texts The structuralist notion that the author's voice is as important as that of the reader resulting in the diminishing of the authorial voice and perspective can be seen in postmodern discourselows such as the in the diminishing of the authorial voice and perspective can be seen in postmodern discourse Lone Star Justice: The First Century of the Texas Rangers flows such as the and television Young people's natural curiosities along with the newly developed literacies