ENGLISH LITERATURE: GUIDE TO LOCAL WRITERS

Lesson Objective:
To equip students with skills to (a) discover Internet resources on local writers and (b) how to select and share these links online with others.

Students to explore the UNESCO “World City of Literature” site, noting Durban’s recent induction, and then construct their own “Guide to Durban Writers” blogs listing people, events, books, resources. The lesson objective is to equip students with skills to (a) discover Internet resources on local writers and (b) how to select and share these links online with others.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Graham Stewart is a Lecturer at Durban University of Technology.
Lecturer in English with an interest in e-learning.


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