One aim of the FLLITE project is to host an archive of FLLITE texts in different languages so that foreign language instructors have access to a rich resource for the development of FLLITE lessons. The texts on this page serve as resources for FLLITE lessons and are also designed to give you a sense of the scope of the literary in the everyday.
A FLLITE text can be any genre and may include different forms of multimodality: words, images, videos, audio. The key to recognizing a FLLITE text is that it must reflect the intersection of “the Literary” (one or more dimensions of language play) and “the Everyday.” (See the About the FLLITE Approach section under Project for further explanation.)
To make texts readily searchable, they will be tagged with a common set of metadata: Genre, FLLITE Categories, Author, Language/s and Description (key content, context/s and how the FLLITE categories of the literary can be applied).