Compose and respond to a variety of complex written, spoken and visual texts.
Read and view a variety of complex texts to refine understanding and appreciation of the cultural roles and significance of texts.
Read widely as a means of exploring multiple meanings and relative values of texts.
Extended creative compositions and literary responses. These may include such forms as essays, narratives, tutorial presentations and wiki discussions
orals presentations, including podcasts, as part of both formal and informal assessment
Successful completion requirements
High level of competence in reading and viewing texts of varying levels of complexity.
Ability to work independently and as part of a group to increase understanding of written, spoken and visual texts.
The ability to compose sustained texts in a variety of forms and for different audiences and purposes.
The ability to work independently as part of both internal and external assessment.
Commitment to achieving your personal best in a demanding course.
Introduction to literary theory
module: texts, culture and value
Special requirements of the course
Students will be expected to complete an independent investigation of texts and produce a writing portfolio as an extension of the knowledge, skills and understanding developed in their English courses