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A Standards-based framework for the teaching of literature within the context of globalization. In Principles and Practices of the Standards in College Foreign Language Education 

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Schultz, J. M. (2009). A Standards-based framework for the teaching of literature within the context of globalization . In Scott, V. M. (Ed.), Principles and Practices of the Standards in College Foreign Language Education. (pp. 128-143). Boston: Heinle.

Teachers interested in exploring ways the Connections and Communities Standards reflect the interdisciplinary and multicultural dimensions of literature will benefit from this article. The author argues that the Connections standard intersects with a globally-oriented, multicultural view of literary texts. Furthermore, through literature readers share in the discourse communities of a text thereby addressing the goals of the Communities standard. The author concludes with a description of a French Global Studies course based on this approach.

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Subtitle:Principles and Practices of the Standards in College Foreign Language Education
Author(s):Schultz, J. M.
Publisher:Heinle
Publication Date(s):1/1/2009
Volume:Boston
ISBN:Scott, V. M.
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