Three Strategies for Promoting Intellectual Engagement in Advanced Undergraduate Seminars
With the humanities increasingly contested, we must adopt pedagogical approaches that promote the integral role of humanistic inquiry in student academic achievement. Whether they explore the eighteenth-century novel, cultural artifacts of the Third Republic, or sociopolitical controversies in contemporary literature, the three models described in this article propose innovative learning strategies for advanced undergraduate French and Francophone Studies seminars that fulfill the humanistic goals of the American university. From directed close reading exercises to analysis of the historical archive to creative exploratory writing, these activities engage students intellectually with complex cultural and narrative materials from diverse traditions and periods.
Connors, Logan; Dupont, Nathalie; and Westbrook, John. "Three Strategies for Promoting Intellectual Engagement in Advanced Undergraduate Seminars." French Review 87, no. 4 (2014) : 111.
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