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۱The Role of the Student in the Didactic Process: A Case Study
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اطلاعات انتشار: World Applied Sciences Journal، سي و سوم،شماره۱۱، ۲۰۱۵، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۴
In light of the vast scholarly research in academia, it is about time to invite students of various disciplines to become active participants rather than mere reticent receivers in the educational process in the twenty first century. One objective in literary appreciation is not only to rely on the available critical works, but also to encourage one’s own relevant analysis of the work. Having taught bilingual courses at state and private universities in Jordan, it is not entirely the students’ fault to have a preference toward conventional in–class “spoon feeding”. But with suitable encouragement, students could be evoked to adopt a line of critical thinking that will inevitably enrich their perception at large. A case study was executed for four weeks in which six students of both genders of the B.A. level of literary studies were introduced to Edger Allen Poe’s short story entitled “The Story of William Wilson”. The purpose of this case study is to investigate how students could become key players in the educational process if credited for original thinking. The findings prove that with adequate instruction, students’ analytical skills will sharpen. Consequently, student centricity is maximized upon since it is one of the major corner–stones in the finding of a world–class university in our part of the world.
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