Texts in context is a rich and unusual collection of over 400 british library texts it includes menus for medieval banquets and handwritten recipes scribbled inside book covers it opens up the first english dictionary ever written and explores the secret language of the georgian underworld. Definition of context context is the background environment setting framework or surroundings of events or occurrencessimply context means circumstances forming a background of an event idea or statement in such a way as to enable readers to understand the narrative or a literary piece it is necessary in writing to provide information new concepts and words to develop thoughts. Texts in context students must learn how to interpret analyse and evaluate texts if they are to be effective students in the english classroom and in preparation for participation in australian life more generally victorian curriculum english interpreting analysing and evaluating . Learning outcomes consider the changing historical cultural and social contexts in which particular texts are written and received students are asked to understand the context of the production of a given text and compare that context to the way the text is understood today or at another time. For courses in literary criticism or literary analysis theories and strategies for writing about literature by considering how adept readers behave and what assumptions they might make while interacting with literary text texts and contexts writing about literature with critical theory teaches students the challenging art of writing about literature
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