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    標題: Teaching the figurative expression of through poetic metaphor
    作者: 黃玲蓉
    貢獻者: 通識教育中心
    關鍵字: poetry teaching
    metaphorical competence
    teaching literature
    日期: 2009-01-14
    上傳時間: 2010-04-20 14:54:10 (UTC+8)
    摘要: Recent research in cognitive linguistics has highlighted the singnificance as well as the abundance of metaphor in language. Despite this fact, the ability of foreign language learners to use metaphors has been regularly ignored. This paper presents an argument for the study of poetic metaphors as a springborad for sensitizing EFL students the expressions of metaphoric language. The basic premise is that only at a level higher than the literal denotation could language learning be advanced. Awealth of powerful examples exists within English poems. For this reason, metaphorical language drawn from English poems was used as an sid to help students recognize and generate their own metaphors. Through language-based activities, students could explore what purposes metaphors serve and how metaphors contribute to the overall meaning of a text. The most important finding of thisstudy is that in the end, students have laerned to think and write creatively.
    關聯: 2009南區通識教育學術研討會論文集:479-512頁
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