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Poetry Reading

Certificate in

Teaching Literature

Key Details

Physical Classroom


In an ever-developing complex world, a well-educated individual needs to be equipped with every competency that can be acquired and/or bettered. The 21st century skills have to be combined with interpersonal and intrapersonal insights. Only literature can help learners reach this level of cognitive maturity by living many lives within their own one-life span. It is the instructor’s role to teach students how to be benefit from literature to be insightful critical thinkers who can make well-informed decisions and form sound judgments about every detail in their own lives. Teachers are invited to this course to know more about ways of making teaching literature a modern effective practice. 


Course Information

Course Information

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the different classical and modern genres of literacy texts.

  • Employ literacy in their teaching of literary texts.

  • Explain the deep meaning and function of each dramatic element. 

  • Apply the different both basic and higher cognitive skills in teaching literature. 

  • Connect literary texts to real-world experiences and to the other academic subject areas. 

  • Conduct lessons that incorporate the relevant pedagogical theories. 

  • Differentiate between skills and strategies.

  • Incorporate the four language skills together with the other communication skills in teaching literature. 

  • Include the 12 skills of the 21st century in the teaching practices of literature. 

  • Construct a lesson plan for a literary text that takes in consideration the different learning styles, activity types, and the integration of language skills.

  • Implement digitalization in teaching literature.

  • Design an assessment plan for a literature lesson.


  • What is the ‘Literacy Theory’?

  • What are the dramatic elements of a literary work? 

  • What are the various genres of literature?

  • How to employ critical thinking skills in teaching literature? 

  • How to employ problem-solving skills in teaching literature? 

  • How can the foundational pedagogical theories be employed in teaching literature? 

  • What are the reading skills and how to teach them?

  • What are the reading strategies and how to teach them?

  • How to integrate the different language skills in the teaching of literature?

  • How should a literature lesson plan look like?

  • How can literature-related learning outcomes be assessed?

  • How can teaching literature be digitalized and become technology-based? 


Physical Classroom

We welcome learners from Egypt to join us at our campuses in Alexandria and Cairo. In a friendly classroom environment, you can complete a range of career-boosting teaching training and language programmes.


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Notting Hill College

We are an accredited British institution that aims to provide a quality learning experience and opportunities to grow.

Receive a diploma from an accredited British institution meaning your achievements will be recognised globally.

Choose a mode of study that best suits your needs and learning style.

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