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BA English Language & Communication and English Literature

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  • Objectives
    English Language & Communication focuses on the English language itself, on how it is used to communicate, and on how we can teach it as a foreign language. English Literature at the University was ranked ninth in the Guardian's 2004 listings of UK English Departments. Its learning and teaching were judged ‘commendable’ in the Quality Assurance Agency's subject review of 2004.
  • Entry requirements
    The university requires you to have at least 2 A Levels (or equivalent) to begin an Honours Undergraduate Degree Programme or at least one for a Foundation Degree. The entry requirements for undergraduate degrees are given generally in UCAS Tariff Points.
  • Academic Title
    BA English Language & Communication and English Literature
  • Course description
    BA English Language & Communication and English Literature

    Year 1

    -Language Analysis
    -Readig the Short Story:Form, Technique, Theory
    -Reading the Novel: Form, Technique, Theory

    -Grammar and Phonology for Overseas Learners
    -Introduction to English Language Teaching
    -Introduction to Language and Communication
    -Introduction to Poetry
    -Language and Mind
    -Reading Drama
    -Talking to Others: Theory and Practice of Communication

    Year 2

    -Structures of English 2

    -Approaches to Linguistic Analysis 1
    -Approaches to Linguistic Analysis 2
    -Investigating Sounds of English
    -Language Varieties
    -Language in Use
    -Learning and Teaching Language
    -Nineteenth Century Literature I : The Romantics, 1789-1832
    -Nineteenth Century North American Writing
    -Studies in English Literature: Renaissance to Enlightenment, 1550-1740
    -Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature 2:The Victorians 1832-1901
    -Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, 1900-1945
    -Syntax
    -Texts and Screens: Case Studies in Literary Adaptation
    -The Rise of the Novel : 1700 - 1800
    -Twentieth Century North American Writing
    -Vocabulary
    -Writing in Britain Since 1945

    Year 3

    -Independent Study and Research Project
    -Language & Communication Project
    -Literature Project

    -Child Language & Communication
    -Children's Literature:Growing up in Books
    -Clinical Linguistics
    -Crime, Sin and Sensation: Studies in Victorian Popular Fiction
    -Eighteenth Century Bodies
    -History of the English Language
    -Issues in English
    -Language & Communication Short Project
    -Language Processing
    -Meaning and Interpretation
    -Modern African and Caribbean Writing
    -Postmodern Genders
    -Renaissance Tragedy
    -Sociolinguistics
    -Spies, Detectives and Flappers: Inter-war Popular Fiction
    -Transatlantic Currents: Literary Exchange between Britain and North America
    -Twentieth Century Authors: Case Studies
    -Worlds Apart: Studies in Utopian and Dystopian Writing
    -Writing About Men (B)
    -Writing Now: Identity Politics in the Contemporary Novel

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