CLIL z Orwellem
Jedną z lektur w klasie maturalnej jest "Rok 1984" Orwella. Pani Emilia Janc, realizując zagadnienia z nią związane, wykorzystała metodę CLIL, część zajęć realizując w języku angielskim. Nad czym zastanawiali się uczniowie?
What does the word "Orwellian" mean? Where did this term come from?
Orwell was indeed opposed to all forms tyranny, spending much of his life fighting against anti-democratic forces of booth the left-wing and the right.But he was also deeply concened with how such ideologies proliferate. And one of his must profound insights was the importance that language plays in shaping our thoughts and opinions.
The Oceania Government of 1984 controls the actions and statements of its citizens. Their every move and word is watched and heard and the threar of what happens to those who step out of lineis always looming overhead. Other forms of control are not so obvious. The population is inudated with constant barrage of propaganda made up of historical facts and statistics manufactured in the Ministry of Truth. The regime’s control of language goes even further, eliminating words from the English language to create the occicial dialect of Newspeak, a crudelu limited collection of acronyms and simple concreto noins lacking any words complex enough to encourage critical thought. This has an effect on the psyche Orwell calls, „Doublethink”.The result is a world in which even the privacy of one’s own thought proces is violated where one may be found gulity of thougtcrime by talhing in their sleep and keeping a diary.
Więcej o Orwellowskiej wizji świata dowiecie się z filmów dostępnych tutaj.
W artykule wykorzystano informacje z materiałów https://ed.ted.com.