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This work discusses the results obtained during an innovative German literature teaching experiment using an online teaching platform. Students took part in traditionally delivered lectures to then be gradually involved in a form of online learning that foresaw direct confrontation and a personal interpretation of the literary text. The writing activities conducted in this platform activated critical-interpretative competencies that are of absolute priority for a non- static but dynamic and cooperative approach to literature.
The “forum”, used in a not appropriate way, to post knowledge-broadening activities, stimulated continuous debate among peers on the tasks assigned and engaged students in progressively more refined activities on the level of text analysis.


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Del Vecchio, E. (2010). Teaching literature in the blended form. The student’s profile. Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, 6(3).