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Nastava i vaspitanje
2016, vol. 65, iss. 3, pp. 541-554
article language: Serbian
document type: Review Paper
published on: 02/02/2017
doi: 10.5937/nasvas1603541S
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The teacher's role in selecting a methodological approach to the interpretation of a literary work
University of Kragujevac, Teacher Training Faculty, Užice

e-mail: mirjanastakic073@gmail.com

Abstract

The paper looks at the teacher's role in selecting a methodological approach to the interpretation of a literary work. The choice of methodological approach is dependent on: 1) the semiotic structure of the literary text; 2) the specific educational goals of interpretation; 3) the students' age, psychophysical abilities and knowledge, and 4) the planned circumstances of instruction. In selecting a method of interpretation, the teacher should take into consideration not only these factors, but also contemporary literary theory and its methodological apparatus. This can be a challenging task whose fulfillment does not guarantee that the interpretation will be successful, since the validity and functionality of the methodological approach cannot be established in theory but rather through teaching practice. It is up to the teacher to be creative, because a literary work cannot be interpreted by means of a single method but always through a combination of methods, certain of which have their origins in literary theory. There is a widespread belief among teachers that these methods, which have the status of technical/special methods in literary methodology, cannot be used in the first four grades of elementary school. This paper offers an example illustrating that the interpretive model can be used as early as first grade. A teacher's knowledge, as well as their creativity in selecting a method and their openness to creative methodological combinations and skill in applying them, directly affect the effectiveness of interpretation, either succeeding in developing a fondness for books and reading, or, failing that, resulting in a permanent loss of interest in the world of literature.

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