GERS und Literaturdeskriptoren
Der Gesamteuropäische Referenzrahmen für Sprachen des Europarates wurde 2018 erneuert und enthält Deskriptoren zur Arbeit mit Literatur (S.116-117).
EXPRESSING A PERSONAL RESPONSE TO CREATIVE TEXTS
Can explain why certain parts or aspects of a work especially interested him/her.
Can explain in some detail which character he/she most identified with and why.
Can relate events in a story, film or play to similar events he/she has experienced or heard about.
Can relate the emotions experienced by a character in a work to emotions he/she has experienced.
Can describe the emotions he/she experienced at a certain point in a story, e.g. the point(s) in a story when he/she became anxious for a character, and explain why.
Can explain briefly the feelings and opinions that a work provoked in him/her.
Can describe the personality of a character.
Can express his/her reactions to a work, reporting his/her feelings and ideas in simple language.
Can describe a character’s feelings and explain the reasons for them.
Can say in simple language which aspects of a work especially interested him/her.
Can say whether he/she liked a work or not and explain why in simple language.
Can select simple passages he/she particularly likes from work of literature to use as quotes.
ANALYSIS AND CRITICISM OF CREATIVE TEXTS
Can point out the most important episodes and events in a clearly structured narrative in everyday language and explain the significance of events and the connection between them.
Can describe the key themes and characters in short narratives involving familiar situations that are written in high frequency everyday language.
Can identify and briefly describe, in basic formulaic language, the key themes and characters in short, simple narratives involving familiar situations that are written in high frequency everyday language.