IF3051 - Studying London (2018/19)
|Module specification||Module approved to run in 2018/19|
|Module title||Studying London|
|Module level||Foundation (03)|
|Credit rating for module||15|
|School||School of Social Professions|
|Total study hours||150|
|Running in 2018/19||
1. To provide you with an introduction to selected subject areas and to see the links between various subject disciplines in the School of Social Science.
2. To help you understand your chosen subject area in a wider context & make informed choices about degree pathways.
3. Introduce you to specific undergraduate study skills
Further develop reflective writing skills and reflective practice of a learner
The syllabus will introduce students to key themes within the Social Sciences and Humanities, Covered in lectures, seminars and workshops. LO1 LO 2 LO3
Content will be provided through a range of formats, with students required to engage with lectures, seminars, reading academic journals, newspaper articles, etc. LO1 LO 2 LO3
The module seeks to develop undergraduate study skills for lectures and seminars with ideas generated and developed through extensive discussion, reading, viewing and reflection. LO1 LO 2 LO3
Students will be encouraged to develop and expand their own ideas through active participation and engagement with the lectures, seminars, reading and reflective writing activities in their digital journals. LO1 LO 2 LO3
Balance of independent study and scheduled teaching activity
The module is delivered through a series of teacher-led lectures, seminars and workshops, with students contributing to discussion, group work and tutorials (60 hrs).
Students will also engage in ongoing guided self and online study to enable them to improve their reading and writing skills and complete required assessment components (90 hrs).
Module information including module booklet and assessment details is available on WebLearn. Blended learning resources such as homework tasks, reading resources, study support resources and web links are also on WebLearn.
At the end of the module you should be able to:
1. understand some key concepts and approaches in their chosen subject area
2. understand the wider context for their chosen subject area by examining the case study from the perspective of different subject areas
3. Have practised and become more aware of various study skills required at undergraduate study
The module is assessed by one essay. A set of questions will be provided to students at the beginning of the module. The submission deadline will be week 12.
There is no indicative background reading list for this module.
Pre and post reading materials related to the lectures and seminars will be posted on Weblearn each week.