Russian literature lesson in the modern information and educational space
MSPU, Department of Literature Teaching Methods, Moscow, Russia
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This article covers the current issue concerning cultivation of a pupil’s reading and information culture during the literature learning process. The authors highlight the particularities of literature lessons where pupils are being introduced to fine literature and develop their communicative and informational competencies: focusing on the spheres of life not normally touched upon in other lessons, analyzing literary text as a complex sign system, and using types of texts other than literary ones. The authors also reveal insights into the concept of literature textbooks developed with the direct involvement of the authors, including the view of literature as a metaphor of the world and a special learning style; focus on dialogism, reflexivity, and interaction; and orientation toward the achievement of individual learning results. The content and methodology of the textbooks are analyzed through management of the high quality information-cognitive activities of pupils.
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