Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Reading and Language Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Discipline
Institution
Keyword
Publication Year
Publication
Publication Type
File Type

Articles 1 - 30 of 1949

Full-Text Articles in Reading and Language

Poetics Of The Image Of Babur In The Story “Andizhan Prince”, Akmaljon Tursunov Oct 2019

Poetics Of The Image Of Babur In The Story “Andizhan Prince”, Akmaljon Tursunov

Philology Matters

This article considers the skill of the writer, literary fiction and expressive means of the adventure novel "Babur the Tiger" by F.Vertel, who managed to a great respect to Babur and learned his heritage so thoroughly, analyzing that the writer used literary fictions widely with historical sources.Great historical people who lived in the past and literary research of their life and creation is requirement of historical progress. Babur international fund is one of the academic expeditions organized in foreign countries, so one vital source has been set up in Germany. This book "Babur the Tiger" was written and ...


The Peculiarities Of Comparative Phraseological Units, Dilbar Jumanova Oct 2019

The Peculiarities Of Comparative Phraseological Units, Dilbar Jumanova

Philology Matters

This article focuses on peculiarities of comparative phraseologisms, as this group of phraseologisms is the most frequently met in Russian discourse. This group of phraseologisms is analyzed from the view point of semantic merge of its components, structure, system, contents, functioning in the speech, emotionally expressive colouring and etymology. The article provides huge amount of examples, as well as highlights interesting facts about etymology of some corporative phraseologisms


A Conceptual Analysis Of The Title, Irada Babaeva Oct 2019

A Conceptual Analysis Of The Title, Irada Babaeva

Philology Matters

The article is aimed to consider the title as the main concept of a literary text. The topicality of this work is that the title is an integral part of any work of art and the identification of its conceptual essence is very important, because with the help of the title readers can see the main problem, the idea of the work. In the work comparative, systemic and deconstructive methods are used. For revealing a conceptual essence of the title, a cognitive map is used. This map consists of several stages. Each stage is aimed at identifying new meanings of ...


Emergence Of “Development Speak” And Its Translation Challenges, Elmira Muratova, Viktoriya Yeolyan Oct 2019

Emergence Of “Development Speak” And Its Translation Challenges, Elmira Muratova, Viktoriya Yeolyan

Philology Matters

The article reviews development stages of international organizations and factors, which contributed to their establishment. It briefs on emergence of the UN and the Bretton-Woods institutions. The planning, discussion and implementation of development interventions was carried out exclusively in the English language. Since origination of the Northern development discourse some 70 years ago, a specialized variant of English, the socalled "Developmentspeak"[8], has become widespread in literature and practice. Currently, it is used to implement most development programs. The article also notes characteristics of "Developmentspeak". Namely, it is overloaded with terms and jargonized. In addition, "Developmentspeak" expressions mean different things ...


A Comparative Analysis Of Phraseological Units In “Baburname” And Their Different English Translations, Ziyodakhon Teshaboyeva Oct 2019

A Comparative Analysis Of Phraseological Units In “Baburname” And Their Different English Translations, Ziyodakhon Teshaboyeva

Philology Matters

It is also relevant to study and translate our ancestors’ heritage nowadays. The classical work “Baburname” was translated into English for several times, and it has undergone the history of translation. “Baburname” was translated and published by European orientalist scholars John Leyden and William Erskine (1826), Anette Susannah Beveridge (1921) and Wheeler Thackston (1996). Nowadays, these three types of translations are researched in comparative literature, comparative linguistic and translation studies. It's noteworthy that “Baburname” comprises more than ten disciplines related to linguistic and translational texts. In this article a conceptual analysis of religious terms to go to the God ...


Visual Graphic Tools As An Effective Method Of Studying The Questions Of The Syntax Of The Russian Language, Yelena Popova Oct 2019

Visual Graphic Tools As An Effective Method Of Studying The Questions Of The Syntax Of The Russian Language, Yelena Popova

Philology Matters

This article reveals the method of using the means both visual and graphical for activating the cognitive process of students while studying the matters of the Russian language syntax. The structure of information tables, intellectual maps is presented as well together with the process of their forming. Methodical ways of applying them productively at lessons are also demonstrated. A wide scope of informative tables is being demonstrated on the basis of analysis and systematization of matters about a multi-aspect composite sentence. When revealing the research paper a volume of information stock is taken into consideration, the techniques of demonstrating informative ...


Impact Of Technical Development On The Use Of Neologisms, Sayfullo Nurtaev Oct 2019

Impact Of Technical Development On The Use Of Neologisms, Sayfullo Nurtaev

Philology Matters

The author of the article focuses on the impact of technical development on the use of neologisms. The object of the research is the lexical system of modern English, types of neologisms, methods of their formation and distribution. Studying the mechanisms of formation of neologisms in connection with conceptual changes in human consciousness in line with the constant development of technologies and scientific advances, it is possible to extract more informative use of neologisms in everyday life. The relevance of this topic is that neologisms are very important in our life, especially now, because we have the development of science ...


Modern Views On Teaching Language Through Literature, Aliya Dinalieva Oct 2019

Modern Views On Teaching Language Through Literature, Aliya Dinalieva

Philology Matters

The current paper aims at emphasizing the use of literature as a popular technique for teaching both basic language skills (i.e. reading, writing, listening and speaking) and supporting the potential values of literature in enhancing language and communication skills for the language learners in our times. The research is in its quest for the issues on how to effectively teach communication skills in a literature class as well as how to develop students’ inspirations in studying literature. Moreover, the work studies specific features of the use of different techniques and activities to develop speaking skills by using literature texts ...


A Publicist Discource As A Conceptual Linguistic Unit Forming The Base Of The Text, Dilfuza Teshabaeva, Shaxodat Usmonova Oct 2019

A Publicist Discource As A Conceptual Linguistic Unit Forming The Base Of The Text, Dilfuza Teshabaeva, Shaxodat Usmonova

Philology Matters

The article discusses the features of a publicistic style, justifies the standard of this style, which is based on the transfer of the socially significant information. Publicistic discourse was also analyzed as a conceptual unit of the text. The structure of speech in a journalistic text also depends on the consistency of the linguistic units, which contain conceptual and evaluative units. One of the main features of the press is a trend towards social assessment. It is obvious that newspaper language is not intended simply to describe objects and events by their nature, but to give them a certain assessment ...


An Anthropocentric Metaphor In The System Of A Linguistic World Picture, Gulshan Nasrullayeva Oct 2019

An Anthropocentric Metaphor In The System Of A Linguistic World Picture, Gulshan Nasrullayeva

Philology Matters

The article describes the existence of a particular person in any language, defines the national-ethnic characteristics of a person’s perception. Consequently, the language scene in the universe must be understood and accepted not as a photograph, but as a drawing. Thus, an objective view of the universe is estimated according to the law of relativity. The concept of the national type, its concept, its knowledge, its status, character, purpose and position. The various paradigms, trends, directions, and flow are growing in the social and human sciences, especially in linguistics. This is determined by the accelerating pace of globalization in ...


Comparative Study Of Phraseological Units With Naming Features In Nonrelated Languages, Marjona Radjabova Oct 2019

Comparative Study Of Phraseological Units With Naming Features In Nonrelated Languages, Marjona Radjabova

Philology Matters

In the world linguistics several researches on the theory of phraseological units have been carried out and they are still in the process because phraseological units are formed on the basis of traditions which have been strengthening along with the development of society and the relationships between nations. Particularly, researching phraseological units carrying onomastic features in comparison with other systems of languages puts forward one of the topical tasks for modern linguistics. The following article is devoted to the study of the features of phraseological units with onomastic features in the English, Russian and Uzbek languages as well as creating ...


Thematic Classification Of Religiously-Marked Phraseological Units, Nargiza Wahedi Oct 2019

Thematic Classification Of Religiously-Marked Phraseological Units, Nargiza Wahedi

Philology Matters

The article deals with a thematic analysis of religiously-marked phraseological units (RMPU) that reflect Religious World Picture (RWP), an inseparable constituent of both conceptual and linguistic world pictures. The selection of phraseological units is premised by two criterions, namely, etymological aspect and the presence of a religious component. Throughout data collection process in the focus of our interest have been only phraseological units that etymologically can be traced back to the Bible and phraseological units with religious components that bear semantic reference to religious entities. The classification embraces the notions, such as universally recognized religious values, ritually-ceremonial patterns and dogmas ...


General And Distinctive Features Of Translating The Military Texts, Shaxnoza Musurmanova Oct 2019

General And Distinctive Features Of Translating The Military Texts, Shaxnoza Musurmanova

Philology Matters

This article is devoted to the study of general and specific features of military texts including stylistic, grammatical and lexical features. The quality of translation is directly related to interdisciplinary links and to the level of cadets’ knowledge of military terminology. The importance of teaching military vocabulary in English to cadets is highlighted in the article in connection with translation. It is essential that language teachers should pay a great attention not only to teaching military vocabulary but also to speaking, reading, writing and to translating texts on specialty.


Musical Education Skills: Problems And Solutions, Salohiddin Azizboev Oct 2019

Musical Education Skills: Problems And Solutions, Salohiddin Azizboev

Philology Matters

The article discusses the professional skills of a teacher in the field of music education, its formation and improvement, his/her spiritual outlook, processes directly related to the level of culture, problems and solutions in these processes. Continuing music education, namely children's music and art schools, music and art lyceums and colleges, and then continuing education at higher educational institutions, are an important factor for obtaining excellent musicians and singers. Music is an important part of the spiritual culture of mankind. The process of music education contributes to creativity, creating opportunities for young talents to show their work. The ...


On The Problem Of Forming The Pedagogical Skills Through Video Contents, Nilufar Suleymanova Oct 2019

On The Problem Of Forming The Pedagogical Skills Through Video Contents, Nilufar Suleymanova

Philology Matters

The article deals with pedagogical skills in the process of teaching a foreign language through video content. The use of information technology in the training of future foreign language teachers, as well as the use of various visual TCO in the classroom. Development of a model dedicated to pedagogical skills, theater pedagogy and video content technology. In developing the research model, the author of the article relies on the theory of the “dialogue of cultures” and the semiotic concepts of M.M. Bakhtin and V.S. Bibler. The author chooses third-year students of linguistic universities as an object of study ...


Theoretical And Practical Basis Of Implementing Innovative Technologies In Teaching The English Language To B1 Level Learners, Solijon Azizov Oct 2019

Theoretical And Practical Basis Of Implementing Innovative Technologies In Teaching The English Language To B1 Level Learners, Solijon Azizov

Philology Matters

The article considers one of the most important issues of modern foreign languages teaching: the innovative methods of developing language learners’ skills in a target language deeply and systematically. Today specialists of foreign languages, namely teachers are demanded to develop learners’ language skills and competences according to the measures and tasks of the study programs using innovative methods. The theoretical basis and practical results of applying social networking services and messengers as modern means of information and communication technologies and the effective usage of foreign language study materials in teaching the English language to learners in the example of B1 ...


Still Writing At The Master’S Table: Decolonizing Rhetoric In Legal Writing For A “Woke” Legal Academy, Teri A. Mcmurtry-Chubb Oct 2019

Still Writing At The Master’S Table: Decolonizing Rhetoric In Legal Writing For A “Woke” Legal Academy, Teri A. Mcmurtry-Chubb

The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice

When the author wrote Writing At the Master’s Table: Reflections on Theft, Criminality, and Otherness in the Legal Writing Profession almost 10 years ago, her aim was to bring a Critical Race Theory/Feminism (CRTF) analysis to scholarship about the marginalization of White women law professors of legal writing. She focused on the convergence of race, gender, and status to highlight the distinct inequities women of color face in entering their ranks. The author's concern was that barriers to entry for women of color made it less likely that the existing legal writing professorate, predominantly White and female ...


Conversations About Everything, Kim Judge, Pawel Tomaszewski, Mark B N Ingham Dr Sep 2019

Conversations About Everything, Kim Judge, Pawel Tomaszewski, Mark B N Ingham Dr

Organizational Aesthetics

Conversations about Everything is based on a three way conversation about a performative educational project called Mapping Strange Assemblages. This was a part of UAL/London College of Communication‘s contribution the 2018 London Design Festival and the Design School’s Public Programme. It rhizomatically maps out the interventions by a group of students and alumni who where named the Band of Animateurs (BOAs). As an assemblages it attempts to create a visual and narrative affect that mirrored the performances during the Exhibition, Everything Happens So Much’.


Bibliography On Suffering, Simon C. Estok Sep 2019

Bibliography On Suffering, Simon C. Estok

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

No abstract provided.


Domestic Trauma And Imperial Pessimism: The Crisis At Home In Charles Dickens’S Dombey And Son, Katherine E. Ostdiek Sep 2019

Domestic Trauma And Imperial Pessimism: The Crisis At Home In Charles Dickens’S Dombey And Son, Katherine E. Ostdiek

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In “Domestic Trauma and Imperial Pessimism: The Crisis At Home in Charles Dickens’s Dombey and Son,” Katherine Ostdiek discusses Dickens’s representation of violence, grief, and recovery within the Victorian home as a pre-Freudian example of trauma. This comparison not only demonstrates the importance of trauma studies in the nineteenth-century, but more importantly, it thematically focuses empathy for the traumatized on the home. In this novel, Dickens dismisses topics related to the financial and social crises of mid-century Britain in favor of domestic themes that emphasize an idealized structure of the Victorian family. Through her use of trauma theory ...


Suffering And Climate Change Narratives, Simon C. Estok Sep 2019

Suffering And Climate Change Narratives, Simon C. Estok

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In his article "Suffering and Climate Change Narratives" Simon C. Estok begins with a brief survey of definitional issues involved with the term “suffering” and argues that there has been a relative lack of theoretical attention to suffering in climate change narratives, whether literary or within mainstream media. Estok shows that suffering, far from being singular, is a multivalent concept that is gendered, classed, raced, and, perhaps above all, pliable. It has social functions. One of the primary reasons for the failure of climate change narratives to effect real changes, Estok argues, is that they often carry the functions of ...


The Punctum In History: Representing The M(Other)’S Death In Peter Handke’S A Sorrow Beyond Dreams, Hivren Demir Atay Sep 2019

The Punctum In History: Representing The M(Other)’S Death In Peter Handke’S A Sorrow Beyond Dreams, Hivren Demir Atay

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

This article aims to discuss how Handke’s autobiographical narrative, A Sorrow Beyond Dreams (1972), stages the writer’s literary project through a neutral account of his mother’s suicide. Telling the story of his mother, who witnessed the Second World War and the nazi regime, Handke narrates the traumatic history of an Austrian town along with his own suffering. Concentrating on his attempt at a distanced language and his questioning of history as an objective fact, the article suggests that Handke’s perception of death and mourning parallels his understanding of the acts of writing and reading. Drawing particularly ...


Eating And Suffering In Han Kang’S The Vegetarian, Won-Chung Kim Sep 2019

Eating And Suffering In Han Kang’S The Vegetarian, Won-Chung Kim

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In his article “Eating and Suffering in Han Kang’s The Vegetarian” Won-Chung Kim examines how Han investigates suffering through the topic of food and eating. Kim shows that The Vegetarian is a work that thoroughly investigates both what constitutes suffering and what role carno-phallogocentric thinking can play in such suffering: suffering becomes in the novel a psychological, physical, and spiritual effect of dietary resistance to male-dominated Korean society. After offering a working definition of sufferings, Kim argues how the suffering caused by Yeong-hye’s refusal to follow the reigning norms of the meat eating, patriarchal society disintegrates the intactness ...


The Different Representation Of Suffering In The Two Versions Of The Vegetarian, Young-Hyun Lee Sep 2019

The Different Representation Of Suffering In The Two Versions Of The Vegetarian, Young-Hyun Lee

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In her article “The Different Representation of Suffering in the two versions of The Vegetarian” the author examines how different the representation of suffering in the original and translated versions of The Vegetarian and explores the reasons for this difference. The author in particular refers to representative episodes which the translator’s strategy distorts even the central concepts of suffering in the original work. Her translated version results in critical misrepresentation of suffering and violence in the original version.


Introduction To Suffering, Endurance, Understanding: New Discourses Within Philosophy And Literature, Douglas S. Berman Sep 2019

Introduction To Suffering, Endurance, Understanding: New Discourses Within Philosophy And Literature, Douglas S. Berman

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

Literature is generally seen as depicting the lives of human subjects through their unique narratives. And that, while its endpoint may be universal, it is typically grounded in the specificity of a human being (or, occasionally, an animal). Philosophy is tasked with providing the foundational cognitive tools to grasp the meaning of experience for the whole. In Hegelian terms, it unfolds the history of the concept. Yet, as George Steiner, Jacques Derrida, and other recent authors have shown, both philosophy – along with its agonistic cousin, religion -- evoke literary themes, rhetorics, and struggles. Over the past fifty years, Continental philosophy has ...


Hermeneutics: A Literary Interpretive Art, David A. Reitman Sep 2019

Hermeneutics: A Literary Interpretive Art, David A. Reitman

All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

This thesis examines the historical traditions of hermeneutics and its potential to enhance the process of literary interpretation and understanding. The discussion draws from the historical emplotment of hermeneutics as literary theory and method presented in the Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism with further elaboration from several other texts. The central aim of the thesis is to illuminate the challenges inherent in the literary interpretive arts by investigating select philosophical and linguistic approaches to the study and practice of literary theory and criticism embodied within the canonical works of the Anthology. The narrative begins in ancient Greece, traverses medieval ...


Free Laundry To Snc Aug 2019

Free Laundry To Snc

St. Norbert Times

  • News:
    • Free Laundry to SNC
    • MMM Showcases Student Artist
    • SURFing Through Summer
    • SNC STEMS out
    • Goodbye Cable, Hello SpectrumU
    • Welcome Back
  • Opinion
    • Preserving the Paper
    • Getting Back to School
  • Features
    • Make Summer Last: Farmers Market
    • How to Start the School Year Off Right
  • Entertainment
    • Word Search
    • Student Spotlight
    • Did You Know???
    • Top 5 Summer Reads
    • New “Hunger Games” Novel Set To Release in 2020
    • The Curse of La Llorona: A Mexican Folktale
    • This Summer’s Entertainment
    • Junk Drawer: Summer Catch-Up
    • The Importance of Hasan Minhaj’s “Patriot Act”
  • Sports
    • De Pere Softball Scores
    • SNC Football: Looking Forward
    • Soccer Ready To ...


My Theory Of Writing, Fernanda Lima Duarte Aug 2019

My Theory Of Writing, Fernanda Lima Duarte

WRIT: Journal of First-Year Writing

The research is based on analysis of the writing produced throughout the GSW 1110 class. Students were asked to evaluate the writing through reflection of ideas supported and making connections to key rhetorical terms to create our own theory of writing. To start with, in the article “Shitty First Drafts,” Anne Lamott supports the idea of the importance on shaping the writing and self-assurance according to the audience’s demands. Secondly, writing process and revision strategies are approached, reinforced by Nancy Sommers in her article “Revision Strategies of Student Writers and Experienced Adult Writers.” The final aspect addressed is critical ...


Teaching English Language Arts: Implementing A Project-Based Learning Approach, Nashwa Elkoshairi Aug 2019

Teaching English Language Arts: Implementing A Project-Based Learning Approach, Nashwa Elkoshairi

Master of Arts in English Plan II Graduate Projects

Teaching English Language Arts: Implementing a Project-Based Learning Approach

Abstract

This portfolio includes four projects that are woven together to explore topics in teaching literature and composition using a project-based learning pedagogy. The first project, “Literature & Social Cognition: Why Read Fiction?” sets the groundwork for the importance of literature in academia through a brief analysis of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. The second project, “Grappling with Consumerism by Tapping into Freud’s Uncanny: Using Coraline for a PBL Approach” explores Coraline through the critical lenses of the uncanny and Marxism to guide students through a variety of texts including ...


Subversive Sponsorship : Organized Literacy Education And The Long Civil Rights Movement., Jaclyn Hilberg Aug 2019

Subversive Sponsorship : Organized Literacy Education And The Long Civil Rights Movement., Jaclyn Hilberg

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This dissertation presents literacy sponsorship as a narrative framework that complicates the history of black struggles surrounding educational equity as a civil rights issue. While that history has traditionally been framed as a fight for black access to and participation in white-sponsored institutions, this dissertation demonstrates that a number of prominent black intellectuals and activists instead argued for black sponsorship of black literacy and pursued such sponsorship as a political strategy to advance the goals of the civil rights movement. As such, this project contributes to the body of alternative historiography in rhetoric and composition that examines sites of literacy ...