Most schools do not put enough emphasis on fine art, namely as an example – the art of language. In an English class, the teacher focuses primarily on reading skills, reading comprehension, grammar and vocabulary, but linguistics recognizes the written form of artistic form.
Yes, we want our students to learn English and learn English. But fine art should be maintained as a variety of lessons, preferably in creative writing that is separate from English. But all English classes, if there is no special language arts class, must at least include a unit that focuses on the beauty and importance of literary results. Poetry, songs, lyrics, scripts, novels, authors like Shakespeare, Dylan Thomas, Ken Kesey, Harper Lee, etc.
Language consists of words – words have a concrete meaning and sometimes have a double meaning. So the primary means of language are words, the other is voice. In words combined with almost musical goals, they can show the transformation of words and basic communication into the arts.
Words for the writer what painting is for the painter, these tools are for the musician and they are what the voice and pitch to the singer. For this reason, children need to understand that English is not just English, but language itself is the art of language and years ago.
The blank page for the writer means what the song is for a musician or singer. The blank page is blank page, the intact side of the sketched book, and so on, the blank page – the thing that every artist in the written word has to bring to life.
As I mentioned earlier, there is a musical aspect and technique to the literary language that is difficult to grasp without providing excellent examples. The musical technique involved in the art of language is well illustrated by William Shakespeare's works, but he is only one of many. The verse when reading silently or aloud. There is a certain song about it. Regardless of whether it is written in the iambic pentameter, sestan, or modern form, the music must be there. For example, in the poem of Dylan Thomas, the first rose says:
"Do not be kind to the good night
Old age is burning and mourning at the end of the day;
Copper, anger against dying against light
in the end they know that it is true in the dark,
Because their words did not light up,
Do not be kind to the good night … "
The poem was written as Dylan Thomas watched his father's dying and here is a beautiful song . Observe the repetition. Remember the syntax in which words are used, which is different from the usual speech – there are articles such as "a" or "a" that the author is discharging – for the sake of rhythm. This poem is easy to find in the library or on the Internet and I highly recommend it as a tutorial for any language artist.
Using technique and beauty, shapes, syllables, pitch, pacing, and sound prose. So show your students the versatility of words.
If there is one thing I loved the most from grammar school – I studied in my Advanced English class, which was solely for the analysis of literary art
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