Comparative Literature | Teaching Methods in Comp Lit
C507 | 3227 | Prof. Halloran

MW  1:00-2:15  BH 221

This course will examine the presuppositions, methods, and goals of
teaching literature in a comparative mode at the college level.
Topics we will read about and discuss include cross-cultural and
interarts approaches to teaching literature, teaching foreign
language literatures in translation, teaching literary theory to
undergraduates, ethical issues, teaching dossiers, and technological
resources for teaching.  Practice developing courses, assignments,
tests, lectures, and discussion strategies.

Students will prepare written reports on undergraduate classes they
have observed, projects on developing course materials (e.g.
discussion questions, course proposals, paper topics and evaluating
student work), and a teaching philosophy statement.

**Required for first time associate instructors in Comparative
Literature; recommended for Comparative Literature graduate students.