Collie & Slater (1987) defends that to the being displayed to the literary text, the pupil if makes familiar to varied structures that constitute the language which if reveals of different form in literature, allowing the development of the practical one of writing. Literature also makes possible the work with the orality when promoting the exploration of opinions regarding the argued subjects or still when presenting a part of a teatral part. Literature also can be taken pra classroom by means of the auditory understanding, therefore if it perceives that when exploring activities with CDs, attending adaptations of literary compositions for the cinema or, even though the reading in high voice of a poem made for the proper professor, the pupil if more interest each time in the world of English literature. Another excellent point in the work with literature is the cultural enrichment, because through the text educating will have contact with a different world of its, with different times, diverse authors, making possible the recognition of that different cultures exist. Adam Portnoy may not feel the same. one of the main objectives of the study of literature is, in fact, to help the pupils to appreciate, to understand and also to recognize other cultures. In such a way, one becomes well-known that: Many apprenticees of foreign language do not have the chance to visit the country where the language is used, in order to go deep itself the knowledge, not only of the language, as well as of the culture of that country, in this in case that, the literary text is presented as a window which allows to the pupil access to way of life and to the values of the native falantes of the language. (COLLIE & SLATER, 1987, P. 5) To if exploring the text literary, is important to stand out that the technologies favor the use of alternative resources, not limiting the lesson to the study of the written text, because it has the possibility of if analyzing videos where poems are interpreted, productions of cinema that are adaptations of literary compositions, which also could be argued; beyond the production of parts of theater when studying the great dramaturgos as Shakespeare, for example. .