Literatuur leren onderzoeken in de klas: Hoe de Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse literatuur en LitLab.nl scholieren kunnen opleiden tot literatuuronderzoekers

Translated title of the contribution: Literary research in the classroom: Research education using LitLab.nl and the Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse literatuur

Lucas van der Deijl, Feike Dietz, Els Stronks

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Abstract

In Dutch secondary schools, pupils rarely learn how to research Dutch language and literature. While other school subjects promote the development of disciplinary research skills, the curriculum of Dutch lacks a similar focus. As a result, secondary school pupils are taught to treat the Dutch literary history as a collection of literary and historical facts rather than a status questionis of the current field of literary scholarship. In this article we argue that the connection between the Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse literatuur (GNL) and LitLab.nl - a digital laboratory for literary research in secondary schools - could support the development of a scientific research disposition and facilitate the shaping of pupils as literary researchers. We discuss the theoretical and didactic background of LitLab in order to demonstrate how an adjusted and more accessible version of the new GNL could be integrated in the curriculum by using LitLab as a medium.
Translated title of the contributionLiterary research in the classroom: Research education using LitLab.nl and the Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse literatuur
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)235-255
Number of pages21
JournalNederlandse Letterkunde
Volume23
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec-2018
Externally publishedYes

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