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Students who complete the English Program will gain facility with: Rhetorical Awareness (as readers and writers) Students will be able to write clear, thoughtful prose using appropriate steps of a writing process Students will be able to identify arguments as well as patterns and strategies of organization in a variety of textsStudents will be able to develop visual literacy to identify arguments in advertisements, websites, photographs andother visual media Students will be able to select appropriate research strategies Students will be able to employ correct citation formats Critical Thinking Students will be able to: analyze and weigh the truth value of conflicting claims Creative Thinking Students will be able to synthesize elements of texts in surprising and unexpected ways Global Awareness Students will be able to describe and explain multiple perspectives Students will be able to analyze the effects of different cultural perspectives on classic and contemporary issues ... (Training Available by San Diego Mesa College) English

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EnglishFor those students who choose to major in literature and writing, SDSU offers a number of programs. Students may major in English for the single subject teaching credential, which can lead into a high school teaching career. Students may also major in English for the liberal arts degree. This program will ready students for graduate study in English, or prepare them for the many careers that require skills in critical thinking and writing. For those students who are interested in the literature of various cultures around the world, SDSU offers the comparative literature degree program.In addition, the English Department offers the certificate in children's literature to graduate students. This program requires students to complete six courses beyond the curriculumfor their major, selected in consultation with an advisor. It has beendesigned for teachers, librarians, parents, or anyone interested in exploringthe quality and nature of literature for children. Program OverviewLiter ... (Training Available by San Diego State University) English

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Welcome to the English Department Web PageThis site is currently being constructed. Please check back soon.(Training Available by Laney College) English

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GCSE English The skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening are of vital importance in many arears, both in the daily world and the world of the imagination. Not only are they essential in many careers, they also underpin successful study at all levels, and a proficiency in them can also add immeasurably to an individual's general quality of life. Duration: The course itself is part-time and offered both in the day and in the evening. It can, however, be taken as part of a full-time programme, such as GCSE, A Level or Sports Studies, or combined with other courses at the Institute. This is a one year course. Daytime classes usually include 3 hours' teaching per week. Entry Requirements: Entry onto the course is dependent upon the student having already achieved a grade D in GCSE or achieving a satisfactory standard in a diagnostic test. Mature student applicants may have the opportunity to gain this qualification based on experience and prior knowledge. How is the cours ... (Training Available by The Grimsby Institute of Further & Higher Education) English

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English Location – Beeston / Morley / Rothwell Duration – 15 weeks How & what will I learn? The course is designed to help people improve their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Things that will be covered include; • Spelling • Punctuation • Grammar • Sentencing • Paragraphing • Skimming and scanning • Writing to persuade, inform, instruct and describe This course will help you to tackle any of the aspects of literacy that have been a barrier to you in the past. Qualifications needed to start No formal qualifications are needed, although you should have some level of written and spoken fluency. Before you enrol you will be initially assessed using a specially developed computer programme to find out what level is most suited to your needs. You will also be asked to complete a writing activity so we can best place you within the courses available. What qualification will I gain? The OCR Certificate in Adult Lit ... (Training Available by Joseph Priestley College) English

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EnglishCourse title: General English Language course leading to CEFR Level B2/C1NQF level: Level 1 (CEFR – B2)/ Level 2 (CEFR – C1) Duration: 6 months/12 monthsCourse structure and contentAll students work on bringing their skills in English grammar, reading, writing, speaking and listening up to a level that will allow them to make effective progress in more specialised studies.Skills developed:-Reading for note-taking, discussion, writing-Listening and note-taking for lectures-Speaking and Listening for seminars and discussion-Academic Writing for assignments and dissertations-Grammar, vocabulary and lexisEntry requirements:Applicants are required to show that they have a B1 Level of English either by taking a recognised language test or by taking an in-house English test and interview.Assessment: External assessment, with all questions and tasks set and marked by Cambridge ESOL. Three separate mod ... (Training Available by Cromwell College of IT & Management) English

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Stage 1There are four English modules in Stage 1, including one devoted to English language. Depending on the honours mode, students are required to take two, three or four English modules.Stage 2In the second year, students choose from modules in:Discovering the Earliest Writings in EnglishEighteenth-Century and Romantic LiteratureHistory of English: Studying Language ChangeIntroduction to American WritingIntroduction to Creative WritingIntroduction to Renaissance LiteratureIrish LiteratureLate Medieval LiteratureLiterature and Society 1850-1930The English Language: Language and PowerThe English Language: Patterns of Spoken EnglishStage 3In the third year, students have a choice from a range of specialist modules:American Noir: Fiction and FilmBelief and Knowledge in Early Modern CultureBeowulf and the Discourses of HeroismBritish Poetry 1940-1955Chaucer’s London PoeticsCorpus LinguisticsCritical FictionsCritical History: Reading the Classics of Literary CriticismDiscovering the ... (Training Available by Queen's University Belfast) English

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At ISBS we offer English as a foreign language to our students. This is offered in a variety of ways including pre-sessional intensive English: Effective 21st April 2011 ESOL – duration 11 months – Student visitor route no CAS required, awarded by PEARSON/TRINITY, B1 & B2 Level, No entry requirement, fee £2000 (can be broken down to a 6 month B1 level English course, followed by a 5 months B2 level course. ESOL – duration 12 months programme – CAS required awarded by Pearson/Trinity, B2 Level. Fees £3500, SELT required at B1 level. Effective for CAS Issued before 21st April 2011 1.ESOL – duration 12 months programme – awarded by Trinity College or Pearson to obtain a result at B2 Level. Fees £3500, No SELT requirement only ISBS placement test required at B1 level. CAS required. 2.Pre-sessional Academic English – duration 3 – 5 months depending on assessment, preparation for PTE Academic to B2 level, fees £1000 ... (Training Available by International School of Business Studies (ISBS)) English

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Requirements|Course Descriptions|Request Information|Apply Now! Through the critical reading of a diversity of texts�€”ancient to contemporary�€”from the United States, Britain, and around the world, English majors further their understanding and appreciation of the literary craft and cultural significance of works of fiction, poetry, drama, and creative non-fiction, and they learn to incorporate their own interpretations and creativity into writing analytically about the works they have studied. Students learn not only about literary value and artistic merit, but also about the diverse cultures that produce literature, from classical Greece to modern Japan.The English degree at Dominican is designed to ground students in literary classics and provide them with the techniques of close reading, deepened by literary criticism. With these skills students are prepared for in-depth examination of texts, exploration of the cultural and societal ramifications ... (Training Available by Dominican University of California) English

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Career Options & HighlightsThe Folsom Lake College English department offers broad study of the fields of written and spoken language. This study teaches skills that are essential to every other discipline. In particular, the ability to read effectively and write expressively will prove invaluable to any student. ... (Training Available by Folsom Lake College) English

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A Letter from the English Department ChairI am delighted you are exploring the English major.But I bet that, although you really like literature and writing, you are wondering if you should actually major in English because you have heard you can’t get a job with an English degree unless you teach English. Wrong. Mount English-major graduates have distinguished themselves in business, public service, law, administration, social work, journalism, and other fields. How can an English major help you get a job?When you work through the fascinating courses required to complete your major, you willenrich your ability to analyze as you examine plots and symbols;appreciate the complicated psychological make-up of human beings as you examine characters in novels and plays;handle abstraction with ease as you work with irony, symbolism, and theme;become conscious of the magical role of language to transform meaning and intensity:value your own ability to write well.With those qualities, ... (Training Available by Mount St. Mary's College) English

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GCSE English Are you looking to go onto one of the hundreds of exciting courses at Yorkshire Coast Collge? Worried you don't have the qualifications needed? Or do you just want to improve your grades from school?Duration:A 30 week course, 1 day per week. Applicants can choose to attend an afternoon session or evening session once a week. Entry Requirements:An understanding of basic English up to Level 1. How is the course assessed? Two assessments and one exam. The assessments are on: English Today, which explores English in the comtemporary media and Creative Writing which explores prose and poetry and assesses spoken English.Which campus?Lady Edith's Drive (function() { var po = document.createElement('script'); po.type = 'text/javascript'; po.async = true; po.src = 'https://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js'; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(po, s);})(); ... (Training Available by Yorkshire Coast College of Further & Higher Education) English

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Course overview Students study texts from throughout English literary history, from Beowulf to Alice Munro's The View from Castle Rock (2007). They learn to analyse texts and account for the influence of form and structure on their meanings. They learn to delve below the surface of texts to discover possible messages, attitudes and concerns. Students study key literary movements, theories and periods of history that have contributed to the development of particular forms and traditions, and learn to apply this knowledge. They are introduced to critical discourse on literature through the study of a variety of critical essays. The students develop the ability to form articulate, cogent arguments. ... (Training Available by Anglia Ruskin University) English

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The following postgraduate research study routes are available: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) Admission Requirements A research degree offers you the opportunity to develop your research skills and prove yourself as a researcher. Queen's is committed to the enhancement of research training and teaching and offers postgraduate research opportunities across all fields of study. By Research and Thesis Admission to a research degree (PhD/MPhil) normally requires at least a good second class Honours degree or an equivalent qualification. If you are not a graduate, you may still be admitted provided you hold a diploma or other qualification which the University deems to be the equivalent of a degree. After your initial registration, you will proceed to PhD study, pending successful completion of your School's differentiation process. You may study for the degree of PhD on a full-time or part-time basis, under the direction of a supervisor appointed b ... (Training Available by Queen's University Belfast) English

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English Department Welcome to the English Department website! We are proud to serve somany students, whether entering or returning to, Las Positas College:we strive to help you develop your reading, writing, and critical thinkingskills so that you thrive as a student here and as a professional inthe working world. Most of the students who plan to enroll in English classes at LPC willtake an assessment test that will indicate whether they should beginwith our Basic Skills Program or with English 1A, a transfer-level class.See the Assessment Center's website for more information and SAMPLE ASSESSMENT TEST QUESTIONS. Also, check out the full range of classes we offer by clicking on the "English Courses" link on the left side of this page. Below is a list of classes that are core to our program: Basic Skills: (non-transferable classes, designed to help students be successful in transfer-level English classes and classes across the curriculum): Usually, based on the recommendation of a c ... (Training Available by Las Positas College) English

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We endorse the aims of the English Language Curriculum introduced by DES(1999), with particiular emphasis on those aims which most address the very specific language needs of our deaf and hard of hearing pupils:To create foster and maintain the child's interest in expression and communication. To develop confidence and competence in using English and to enable the child to express ideas, information, aspirations and emotions. To foster the development of social and interpersonal skills.The acquisition of language is central to the child's personal development and is crucial for the development of the child's cognitive abilities. The primary focus for teachers throughout the child's time in Marian School and across all curriculur areas will be on encouraging all aspects of English language development - speech, lip-reading, signed English, listening skills, reading and writing. ... (Training Available by St. Marys College of Deaf Education) English

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Bachelor's Degree in English Home Academics Undergraduate ProgramsEnglishEnglish majors love words — the words of others and their own. We communicate with words, do business with words, and record history in words. But for the student of literature and writing, words express what it means to be human — across cultures, time, and place. In short, English is a cornerstone of the liberal arts curriculum.The HNU English major, which is a 30-unit (24 upper-division) program, features a strong core of challenging and diverse literature courses (primarily in British and American literature), provides training in various forms of writing, and offers interesting and practical electives. While many English majors go on to earn teaching credentials, all students who successfully complete our program are able to enter the professional world (or graduate school) with highly developed analytical and communication skills. Download a detailed Master Information Brochure (MIB) about Ho ... (Training Available by Holy Names University) English

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The major in English is excellent preparation for careers in law, teaching, advertising, journalism, communications, and business administration. Most positions in modern institutions and industries require excellent skills in writing and reading. The English major provides students with those skills along with a breadth of cultural and historical knowledge through the study of great literature. ... (Training Available by Foothill College) English

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An associate degree in English helps develop critical thinking skills through the study of persuasive argumentation, creative writing, and critical analysis of literature. In addition to building a passion for literature, the degree will provide students with higher skills in writing. By mastering these skills students can enter a wide variety of careers (including teaching, writing, editing, public relations, marketing, and law) better able to communicate and persuade. English Department Mission Statement: It is the mission of the LTCC English Department to serve basic skills, degree seeking, transfer, and community students with an extensive curriculum in foundational English, writing and critical thinking, creative writing, and literature. The program is dedicated to helping students become independent, life-long learners and to fostering the values of rigorous investigation, open-mindedness, collaboration, self-understanding, and respect for knowledge. The Writers' Series D ... (Training Available by Lake Tahoe Community College) English

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  Why choose this course? What can Edinburgh Napier offer? What's involved? Entrance requirements Fees Enquire about this course "Study English literature in its cultural-historical context." Name:English Award:BA (Hons) Study Mode:Full-Time Napier Code:U54505 UCAS:Q300 Apply for this course SEP 11 Why choose this course?Study English literature in its cultural-historical context, considering the significance of literature in society from the Elizabethan age to the present. You'll learn about major genres and critical issues within the field of English Studies and study a range of subjects: from Shakespeare to the rise of the novel, from Romantic poetry to the Victorian novel, from the modern novel to women's writing and filmmaking, from science fiction to modern drama, and from literary theory to the gothic tradition in literature. Taking a modern approach to literature, you'll also discuss filmic representations of literary texts. You'll also look at how literat ... (Training Available by Napier University – Lifelong Learning) English

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