Representing the Other: How to Write About Africa

IB English A: Language & Literature: Representing the Other: How to Write About Africa

Understanding the reader’s response to a text requires students to fundamentally appreciate that they already have established and evolving preconceptions. They are not blank slates. This is a critical understanding for Language and Literature students. Other lessons on this website work to develop this idea; see, for example, Multivocality and International Mindedness. This lesson shares something of this concern,...


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