The Post Millennium Structuralism in Teaching Children's Literature
This paper sheds light upon the newly existed literary movement, the post-millennium structuralism, which is a complete deviation from the last century's movements. The paper experiments the literary approach of the latest phenomenon in a digital scene retrieved from of one of the most popular stories of the nineteenth century, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. The approach does not only indicate the importance of the deviations in the story that goes in parallel with the pace of the technological and materialistic world as children become more consciously aware at earlier ages, but also summons the EFL educators on the new standards of teaching literature to children. The paper also manifests the psychological and academic features of the non-native English learners during their developing years and how they involuntarily and intentionally construct the new teaching trends in literature, which would never be stabled as long as education presumes.
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