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English Major with Literature Concentration

Download the English Major with Literature Concentration Major Requirements Checklist This program requires the completion of forty-eight (48 units), as follows: Level One (8 units): ENGL - 192 Introduction to Literary Study ENGL - 299 Critical Analysis Level Two (16 units) ENGL 310-329 Literature Area A (4) ENGL 330-349 Literature Area B (4) ENGL 350-369 Literature Area C (4) ENGL 3xx Literature Elective (4) Level Three (20 units) Five 400-level Literature Courses (4 units each) Note: One course at the 300 or 400 level must be a Minority Literature course. Level Four (4 units) ENGL - 490 Senior Seminar in Literature Learning Goals/Outcomes for the B.A. in English Students will have acquired a basic understanding of the literary, historical, social, or cultural influences that inform literary works. Regardless of the language of the texts or the language of instruction, students will have articulated in writing and discussion their responses to litera ... (Training Available by University of San Francisco) English Major with Literature Concentration

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Raising the Grade in GCSE English

This course is continuously updated to take account of any new requirements and approaches. The focus is on practical techniques to help to motivate students, maximise potential and improve grades. The course is suitable for any English specification. Motivating students for the examImproving courseworkFocusing on what examiners want to seeApproaches to ShakespeareUsing assessment to improve gradesTeaching poetry, prose and non-fictionEffective examination techniques ... (Training Available by Creative Education) Raising the Grade in GCSE English

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GCSE English Language

course contentIn order to achieve the GCSE English qualification, you will need to produce a folder of coursework and complete three speaking and listening tasks (40% of the final award), and take two examination papers (60% of the final award). For the written coursework, your Course Lecturer will guide you through how to produce your own fiction and non-fiction pieces of personal writing, a written response about a prose text and your own work on a play by William Shakespeare. The speaking and listening part of the coursework will involve making an individual presentation, and taking part in drama-focused and group talk. In order to be ready for the examinations you will be issued with pre-release materials, that you will study in class; you will learn how to write about media texts and poetry from different cultures and traditions, and how to write analytically, persuasively and in order to advise. This course is ideal for those never having achieved a GCSE English qualification, or ... (Training Available by Worcester College of Technology) GCSE English Language

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English (BA (Hons))

This course introduces you to a fascinating range of literary texts and periods and allows you to develop your skills as a thinker, reader, writer and critic. Whether you're passionate about Shakespeare, Dickens or Toni Morrison, this course is designed to enthuse and inspire you whilst broadening your knowledge and understanding of English Literature. ... (Training Available by University of Northampton) English (BA (Hons))

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Developing your English

Developing your English  Course Fee: €270 Distance Learning Course of 6 modules Enrol for this course online now with your Credit or Laser Card»OrBy contacting us on 01-2897579» Course Details:This course is designed to give your command of English a firm foundation as it is basically a confidence building course. There are activities to help you improve your writing, speaking, spelling and grammar, with lots of progress checks to make sure you really do understand what to do.Course Contents: Prepare you for more advanced study, if that is your choice, and Improve you written and spoken English.Your own personally appointed tutor will provide you with expert guidance and tuition throughout your studies.Course MaterialsOn enrolment a study guide, the first two lessons and assignments are supplied. All subsequent lessons and assignments are remitted on receipt of completed assignments.Management/Leadership Skills TestAll students of this resource have the opti ... (Training Available by Irish Training & Education Centre) Developing your English

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General English Courses

This course is designed to enable students to learn tospeak, understand, read and write English in a varietyof communicative situations. Reading, writing, listening, speaking and grammar are all covered in class, althoughthe main emphasis is on speaking and listening.There are six (6) levels of General English at LISC: BeginnersElementaryPre-IntermediateIntermediateUpper-IntermediateAdvancedPrior to commencing the General English course, students will sit for the compulsory placement tests during the orientation. Based on these tests, the Director of Studies will place students in the class best suited to their level of English proficiency. ... (Training Available by Limerick International Study Centre) General English Courses

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English Major with Writing Concentration

Download the English Major with Writing Concentration Studies Major Requirements Checklist This program requires the completion of forty-eight (48 units), as follows: Level One (4 units) ENGL - 192 Introduction to Literary Study Level Two, Literature (16 units) ENGL 310-329 Literature Area A (4) ENGL 330-349 Literature Area B (4) ENGL 350-369 Literature Area C (4) ENGL 3xx/4xx Literature Elective Note: One of the courses must be a Minority Literature course. Level Two, Writing (8 units) Students must complete two courses at the 300 level, choosing from Studies in Fiction; Studies in Non-Fiction; Studies in Poetry; Studies in Drama. ENGL 3xx Studies in Fiction/Non-Fiction/Poetry/Drama (4) ENGL 3xx Studies in Fiction/Non-Fiction/Poetry/Drama (4) Level Three (16 units) Students must complete four 400-level writing courses, two of which must be Advanced Writing Workshops. ENGL 4xx Advanced Writing Workshop (4) ENGL 4xx Advanced Writing Workshop (4) ENGL 4xx ... (Training Available by University of San Francisco) English Major with Writing Concentration

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Speaking and Writing English

Speaking and Writing English  Course Fee: €340 Distance Learning Course of 8 modules Enrol for this course online now with your Credit or Laser Card»OrBy contacting us on 01-2897579» Course Details:English is not an easy language, yet hundreds of millions of people use it every day. The tragedy is that far too many people speak it badly and have poor competence with the written word.This exciting and comprehensive course is designed to do one basic thing, that is, to give you a command of good English so that you communicate correctly without being misunderstood and therefore be more successful in everything you say, write and do.So if you want to improve your word power and writing techniques, this is the course for you.Topics covered include: Improving your word power.   The nuts and bolts of English.   Writing Reports.   Speaking in Public.   Writing letters and C.V.'sYour own personally appointed tutor will provide you with expert gui ... (Training Available by Irish Training & Education Centre) Speaking and Writing English

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BA Honours English Literature

This course considers English literary texts against their background in the history of ideas, the other arts and British culture. It aims to make the most of the School’s central London location – in the midst of galleries, museums, cinemas and theatres, and the urban landscape – as a resource for studying the social and theoretical issues relating to literature. When you take The Victorians module for example, you visit Tate Britain as part of your study to see the collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings. The course is of interest to those whose first language is English and who have some prior experience of literature, as well as international students wishing to take or complete a degree in the UK. ... (Training Available by University of Westminster) BA Honours English Literature

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General English Fluency

General English Fluency (GE20)20 lessons group tuition / week Course Code: GE20 Level: Elementary – Advanced The General English Fluency course is our most popular course. It consists of 20 lessons of General English group classes per week that focus on improving your accuracy, fluency and confidence in English. These are fun and challenging classes that focus on real-life grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation so that you will be able to communicate successfully with people from all over the world. In class your teachers will monitor your progress and give you regular feedback to help you use new language with confidence and maximise your learning. Each day the class is divided into two lessons: >> Lesson A – 9am – 10.40am >> Lesson B – 11.10am – 12.50pmLessons A and B are taught by different teachers to give you exposure to a variety of accents and teaching styles. In general, Lesson A focuses on developing your Grammar, Vocabulary and Func ... (Training Available by Atlas Language School) General English Fluency

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Additional English Courses & Classes

ENGLISH FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES (ESP)

We are happy to announce that we offer ESP (English for special purposes) courses to interested students.These courses are tailor made to our customers' request and needs, and cover the following areas, Business English (including customer care - suggested entry level Intermediate /CEFR B1/), English for Au-Pairs (suggested entry level from Beginners (CEFR A1),(Medical English, etc.). These special courses can run from 1 week to 25 weeks according to our students' needs and requirements Terms & Conditions |Useful Links | Location Map Copyright © 2010 Liffey College, Dublin, Republic of Ireland.All rights reserved. function googleTranslateElementInit() {new google.translate.TranslateElement({ pageLanguage: 'en'}, 'google_translate_element'); } ddlevelsmenu.setup("ddsidemenubar", "sidebar") //ddlevelsmenu.setup("mainmenuid", "topbar|sidebar") ... (Training Available by Liffey College) ENGLISH FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES (ESP)

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Scientific Communication and Writing in English

Scientific Communication and Writing in EnglishThis module explores the different media used to disseminate scientific findings including also the preparation of written and oral scientific communications. The 12 week course gives students the opportunity to develop scientific presentation skills in English language. This module is available online and can be studied from any location in the world.The module is offered by Access & Distributed Learning - Sch of Biomedical Sciences The key to effective Papers, Posters, and PresentationsEnglish is the global language of science and effective communication can only occur when there is an open exchange of information, ideas and opinions. This 12 week course gives students the opportunity to develop the necessary skills to successfully engage the global scientific community through a variety of media used to disseminate scientific findings. Topics explored include information mining in scientific literature and preparation of abstract ... (Training Available by University of Ulster) Scientific Communication and Writing in English

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General English Fluency Plus

General English Fluency Plus (GE26)20 lessons group tuition + 6 lessons small group  / week Course Code: GE26 Level: Elementary – Advanced The GE Fluency Plus course allows students to study 20 hours of General English in the mornings with 6 extra lessons in the afternoons. These afternoon classes are small group with a maximum of 6 students per class. This allows the teacher to give more attention to each student and focus on specific areas of English that are of interest to the class.What can I expect from this course? Highly trained, experienced and dedicated teachers Exposure to a variety of accents and teaching styles Communicative, task-based activities Regular tutorials and feedback from your teachers Weekly progress tests Prices 1-4 weeks: €305 5-12 weeks: €29013-24 weeks: €275 + €60 Registration Fee,  + €35 Course Materials Included in this course:Social and Cultural Programme at discounted pricesAccess to afternoon elect ... (Training Available by Atlas Language School) General English Fluency Plus

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GCSE English Language

course contentIn order to achieve the GCSE English qualification, you will need to produce a folder of coursework and complete three speaking and listening tasks (40% of the final award), and take two examination papers (60% of the final award). For the written coursework, your Course Lecturer will guide you through how to produce your own fiction and non-fiction pieces of personal writing, a written response about a prose text and your own work on a play by William Shakespeare. The speaking and listening part of the coursework will involve making an individual presentation, and taking part in drama-focused and group talk. In order to be ready for the examinations you will be issued with pre-release materials, that you will study in class; you will learn how to write about media texts and poetry from different cultures and traditions, and how to write analytically, persuasively and in order to advise. This course is ideal for those never having achieved a GCSE English qualification, or ... (Training Available by Worcester College of Technology) GCSE English Language

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Successful Management of the English Department

This course explores all key aspects of managing an English department or faculty. It also includes important information on preparing for inspection by Ofsted, based on the new inspection framework of 2006. Implementing changeManaging unresponsive or difficult staffMonitoring and evaluationDocumentationImproving standardsMonitoring lessons according to Ofsted criteriaBehavioural issues ... (Training Available by Creative Education) Successful Management of the English Department

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Qualification: AS/A2 LEVEL Programme Area: A Levels Description:In the first year you will study an anthology of poetry, ranging from the Middle English period to 1900, and one further text. The language element involves personal writing and an analysis of the writing of others, including a transcript of the spoken word.You will study a further two texts and more complex analysis and writing tasks in the second year. ... (Training Available by Coleg Gwent) ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

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LAUREATE ENGLISH PROGRAMME

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW & HIGHLIGHTS The Laureate English Programme integrates language assessment at all stages of the programme. The assessment component comprises a mid-session test, coursework, class participation and a final exam. Throughout the programme, experienced and trained teachers will continuously measure the level of the students, monitor progress and deliver secure examinations. Number of Levels : 6 (LEP 101 – LEP 106) Number of Weeks Per Level : 6 Number of Hours Per Week : 20 ... (Training Available by Inti College (Sarawark)) LAUREATE ENGLISH PROGRAMME

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Integrated Skills in English

DESCRIPTIONTrinitys Integrated Skills in English (ISE) examinations assess all four language skills – Speaking Writing Listening and Reading – interacting with each other as they do in the real world COURSE STRUCTURESpeaking & Listening Reading Writing ENTRY REQUIREMENT There are no restrictions on learner entries. This qualification can be taken by learners aged 14 +. ... (Training Available by Burnley Training College) Integrated Skills in English

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MA English by Research

Essential Info While conducting your research under the close supervision of a member of staff, you will study Researching Literature. This core taught module will develop the skills, methodologies and theoretical concepts you need to study literature at postgraduate level. What You Will Study Dissertation supervision for the MA English by Research is available in the following broad areas:Romanticism19th Century Literature20th Century and Contemporary LiteratureWomen’s Writing of the 19th and 20th CenturiesFeminist TheoryWelsh Women’s WritingWelsh Writing in EnglishGothic StudiesScience and LiteratureLiterature of TravelReligious Poetry How You Will Study The Researching Literature module is assessed by three separate pieces of coursework totalling approximately 5,000 words. The dissertation should be 25,000-30,000 words in length, inclusive of footnotes and bibliography. ... (Training Available by University of Glamorgan) MA English by Research

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English as a Foreign Language

We offer full-time English languagecourses to local and overseas students. Our friendly and experiencedtutors will help you to improve in all four language skills, reading,writing , speaking and listening. We emphasise a stimulating learningenvironment and exam success.Your academic progress and welfare are our top priority. ... (Training Available by London School of Management) English as a Foreign Language

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