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Undergraduate | CUR-EDC486 | 2024

Creating and Responding to Literature

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Learn to engage students with texts in the classroom. Cover what both written and visual texts can teach students about the time periods and contexts they were created in. Discover how different students may interpret texts based on their own lives.

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Study method
100% online
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Start dates
27 May 2024,
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Entry requirements
No ATAR needed,
No prior study
13 weeks

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Creating and Responding to Literature

About this subject

  • At the completion of this subject students will be able to:

    1. demonstrate ways to engage students in reading for pleasure, enabling them to respond to texts in meaningful ways
    2. explain the devices authors use to construct and convey meaning in literary and visual texts
    3. appraise the aesthetic and social value of literature and visual texts for different students
    4. interpret and translate themes and images in texts in different semiotic modes (e.g. written to visual).

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Study load

0.125 EFTSL

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