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Teaching Teaching on the course is through: Assessment On creative writing modules, you will be assessed through portfolios and other creative assignments. For the English element, you will be assessed through a combination of exams and coursework such as essays and presentations.
Most modules incorporate some form of diagnostic assessment in order to allow you to identify your strengths and weaknesses prior to undertaking your final exam or essay. Exact proportions will vary according to your option module choices: You may also choose to do a dissertation.
Fantastic PowerPoint on writing a GRADE 9 ARTICLE. Also comes with a podcast from an examiner. The resource looks at the following: GRADE 9 example Sentence starters ARTICLE form ARTICLE conventions DAFOREST Stylistic devices Lecturer tips Common mistakes SPAG. Language Forums. The WordReference language forum is the largest repository of knowledge and advice about the English language, as well as a number of other languages. If you have a question about language usage, first search the hundreds of thousands of previous questions. If you still are unsure, then you can ask the question yourself. An outstanding collection of resources on narrative openings for GCSE English Language. The following are included in the resource bundle: 68 slide PowerPoint Fun starter quiz on famous opening to films/TV/ books (they love this!).
Employability You may be able to follow a career as a professional writer, or a career in publishing, journalism, creative media, advertising or teaching. Career Prospects Practical modules on the course enhance the development of subject-specific key skills and are designed to reflect the contexts and practices of the professional writer.
This course is designed to support your personal development and foster skills to enhance your employability. I came to University as a mature student who wanted to change careers and my degree endowed me with the skills and confidence I needed to do this.
There was a fantastic range of modules on the course which not only allowed me to study subjects I was passionate about but also gave me a sound understanding of literature and academic practices.
I enjoyed this side of my course so much that I carried on studying for my Masters. The creative writing side of the course also inspired me enormously and through studying a wide variety of different writing styles I was able to find my strengths and weaknesses.
One of my strengths turned out to be travel writing and with the help and encouragement of my teachers I started to pitch my articles. My first article was published on the travel website, Simonseeks and encouraged by this I sent off more and more work until I landed the job as resident travel blogger for Hellomagazine.
I can honestly say that none of this would have been possible without the support and superior teaching that I received at Salford and I would encourage anyone to study this course.
Links with Industry This course responds to the needs of industry in developing both creative talent and subject expertise. We have close associations with literary, academic and professional bodies such as The BBC.Language Forums.
The WordReference language forum is the largest repository of knowledge and advice about the English language, as well as a number of other languages.
If you have a question about language usage, first search the hundreds of thousands of previous questions. If you still are unsure, then you can ask the question yourself.
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You will learn creative writing skills in scriptwriting, fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Working with innovative and enthusiastic lecturers who are also practising writers, you will be inspired to break new ground as a writer, whether it be writing for theatre or working with creative graffiti.