Американско катче: Панел дискусија за етички вредности во литературата Повод: Националниот месец на поезијата

Kukubajska, Marija Emilija (2012) Американско катче: Панел дискусија за етички вредности во литературата Повод: Националниот месец на поезијата. American Corner Shtip.

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US Embassy American Corner (AC) activities partnered with the university library and reading room, served as extra-curricular venue for students’ higher learning engagement in language and literature acquisition. In observance of April - American National Poetry Month, AC Stip hosted a special event, "Two American-Macedonian writers, Marija and Emilia Kukubajski: Ethical values in literature - excerpts from the Ecology of the Soul, book of mini-essays (Kubaiska, 2009) Purpose: English language and literature students, School of Philology, explored and advanced their own creative writing and critical thinking, and presented it in a refined foreign language discussion on cultural changes (Levine, 2008, 2012). Students read and discussed select quotes that display contemporary and traditional Bio-ethics concepts, and accomplished a) higher intelligibility on the subject; b) competent discussion on inter-relatedness between the function of literature and its moral messages; c) applicable verbal advantage, rhetoric and oral presentation acquisition (Schweitzer, 2008). Teaching staff Marija Krsteva, MA; Natalija Popzarieva, MA; Marijana Kroteva, MA, Inter-university cooperation coordinator, presented their scholastic interpretation and moderated ethics viewpoints in the literary publication presented by author Dr. Kukubajska. Results: ethical messages in language and literature samples appeal to student’s genuine involvement in rational cognitive processes and intelligent honesty (Peck, 1998, Peck, 1998). Students expressed in English language and popular culture lexicon their own views on main contemporary, global trends.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: Humanities > Languages and literature
Divisions: Faculty of Philology
Depositing User: Marija Kukubajska
Date Deposited: 23 Apr 2014 08:02
Last Modified: 04 Aug 2015 13:51
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/9461

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