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Module-in-a-Minute

Our module in a minute feature gives you an idea of typical modules available on the distance learning programmes. The modules we offer may change from year to year, for reasons of, for example research developments or legislative changes. The list below is an example of typical modules that we offer, not a definitive list.

Use the links below to view more of our module in a minute videos. 

John McRae introducing his module, World Englishes 1. This module is available to students on MA English Studies, MA Modern English Language, MA Literary Linguistics, MA Applied Linguistics and MA Applied Linguistics and English language Teaching.

 

Vocabulary Teaching and Learning

Michael Rodgers introducing Vocabulary: Teaching and Learning. This module is available to students on the MAs in Modern English Language, Applied Linguistics and Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching.

 
 

Literary Geographies

Joe Jackson talking about Literary Geographies. This module is available to MA English Studies students.

 
 

Research Methods in Applied Linguistics

Zoltan Dornyei introduces Research Methods in Applied Linguistics. This module is available to students on MAs in Modern English Language, Applied Linguistics and Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching.

 
 

Narratology

John McRae talking about Narratology. This module is available to students on MAs in Literary Linguistics, Modern English Language and English Studies.

 
 

Syllabus Design and Methodology

Ann Smith introducing her module, Syllabus Design and Methodology. This module is mainly for students studying the MA in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching and the MA in Applied Linguistics.

 

Teaching Language and Literature

John McRae speaking about his module, Teaching Language and Literature. This module is available to students studying the MA Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching, MA Literary Linguistics and MA Modern English Language.

 
 

DH Lawrence and Modernism

Andrew Harrison introducing his module DH Lawrence and Modernism, which is available to MA English Studies students.

 
 

Approaches to Text

Jem Bloomfield introduces Approaches to Text. Jem is one of a team of tutors for this module which is compulsory and is studied first by all students on the MA English Studies.

 
 

Performance: Contexts and Frameworks

Lucie Sutherland talking about Performance: Contexts and Frameworks, one of the drama modules available on the MA English Studies.

 
 

Shakespeare, Space and Place

Lucie Sutherland introduces Shakespeare, Space and Place. This drama module is available to students on the MA English Studies.

 
 

Middle English Romance

Mike Rodman Jones talking about Middle English Romance. This module is available to students on the MA English Studies and the MA Literary Linguistics.

 
 

Old English Texts

Paul Cavill introduces Old English Texts. This module is available to students on the MA English Studies and MA Literary Linguistics.

 
 

Language and Gender

Louise Mullany talking about her module, Language and Gender. This is available to students on the majority of our distance learning programmes.

 
 

Intercultural Communication 

Ana Pellicer-Sánchez introducing Intercultural Communication. This module is available on the majority of our distance learning programmes.

 

What is Literature? 

Joe Jackson talking about the What is Literature? module. Joe is one of the team of tutors for this module which is available to students on the MA English Studies by web-based distance learning, MA Literary Linguistics by web-based distance learning and MA Modern English Language by web-based distance learning.

 

Cognition and Literature 

Peter Stockwell talks about his module Cognition and Literature. This module is normally available to students on the MA Modern English Language, MA Literary Linguistics and MA English Studies.

 

Health Care Documentation 

Kevin Harvey introducing Health Care Documentation. This module is only available to students on the MA Health Communication.

 

Research Methods in Health Communication

Kevin Harvey talking about the Research Methods in Health Communication module. This module is only available to students on the MA Health Communication.

 

Psycholinguistics 1 

Kathy Conklin introduces her module Psycholinguistics 1. This module is usually available to students on the MA Applied Linguistics, MA Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching and MA English Studies.

 

Psycholinguistics 2 

Kathy Conklin tells us about her module Psycholinguistics 2. This module is normally available to students on the MA Applied Linguistics and MA Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching.

 

Please note, we have made every effort to ensure that the information above was accurate when published. However,  the nature of the content means that it is subject to change from time to time, and you should therefore consider the information to be guiding rather than definitive.

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