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National Conference on the Teaching of Literature

In honor of the late Prof. Emeritus Milagros G. Tanlayco, one of the prime movers in the teaching of Asian, African and Classical Literatures, the University of Santo Tomas University (UST), Faculty of Arts and Letters, UST Literary Society will hold the National Conference on the Teaching of Literature with the theme, "From the Classical to the Contemporary: Literature as Mirror of Values" on May 9-10, 2011 at the Rizal Conference Hall, St. Raymund de Penafort Building, UST Campus, Espana, Sampaloc, Manila.
The objectives of the conference are to:
  1. familiarize the teachers regarding the value of literature in human affairs and the values inherent in literary text;
  2. cultivate creativity and passion in the teaching of literature; and
  3. develop among the teachers of literature an understanding and appreciation of moral, intellectual, cultural, aesthetic and other pro-people values embedded in the different literary types and forms.
The participants to the conference are the teachers of Literature and English from the elementary and secondary schools.

A conference fee of Two Thousand Pesos (PhP2,000.00) shall be charged to each participant.

For more inquiries, contact Prof. Ferdinand M. Lopez, Conference Convenor, UST Faculty of Arts and Letters at telephone nos.: (02) 406-1611 local 8220; (02) 731-4003.

Reference: depEd.gov.ph
 

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