y Australian Literature Teaching Survey : Final Report single work   information book  
Note: Project manager : Anna Gray
Issue Details: First known date: 2010 2010
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'The context of the Teaching Australian Literature (TAL) Survey project is the ongoing national debate about education in contemporary Australia, including the teaching of language and literature in our schools and universities, and the development of a national curriculum that includes the study of Australian literature. (Introduction to Executive Summary (1)'

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  • Available online at http://www.academia.edu/1631642/Teaching_Australian_Literature_Survey_Report

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‘Not All Gumnuts and Outback’ : Exploring the Attitudes of Creative Writing Students Towards Australian Literature Brigid Magner , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Text : Journal of Writing and Writing Courses , April vol. 19 no. 1 2015;
'In Australia, laments for the dearth of Australian literature in both secondary school and university contexts have frequently surfaced in public debate, yet there has been less attention paid to student perspectives. This article discusses a small–scale survey undertaken with creative writing students enrolled in Contemporary Australian Writing at RMIT University to capture their views about Australian literature. The results of this survey indicate that a hybrid approach based on techniques derived from both creative writing and literary studies appears to have a positive effect on the attitudes of students towards Australian literature.' (Publication abstract)
‘Not All Gumnuts and Outback’ : Exploring the Attitudes of Creative Writing Students Towards Australian Literature Brigid Magner , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Text : Journal of Writing and Writing Courses , April vol. 19 no. 1 2015;
'In Australia, laments for the dearth of Australian literature in both secondary school and university contexts have frequently surfaced in public debate, yet there has been less attention paid to student perspectives. This article discusses a small–scale survey undertaken with creative writing students enrolled in Contemporary Australian Writing at RMIT University to capture their views about Australian literature. The results of this survey indicate that a hybrid approach based on techniques derived from both creative writing and literary studies appears to have a positive effect on the attitudes of students towards Australian literature.' (Publication abstract)
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