In this course, you will read and learn about a wide variety of texts whose purposes are informative, expressive and creative/imaginative. A high level of reading skill will be developed as texts are studied and evaluated for information, for meaning and as models of writing.
This course is suitable for those who are interested in the study of English and creative writing for their own sake, as well as those seeking a qualification.
There are no formal entry requirements, although you would benefit from having studied English at the level of Intermediate 1 or Standard Grade. This course is also ideal for progression from Creative Writing 1 (E9X5 10).
This unit focuses on English reading and writing of various kinds. You will develop the skills and concepts required for:
This unit is a component of the English National 5 (SCQF level 5) course.
Classes will be based on group and individual work, including discussion and analysis of sample texts. Peer review will be an important part of the developmental process.
You will participate in a weekly class, giving a total of 28 taught hours. In addition to this you will need to spend time outside of class working on your own compositions, both for practice and for your final assessments.
Please contact your local centre for more details on course start dates.
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If you require an entry qualification for a full-time course, you may wish to complete the remaining units of the English course at National 5 level. If you wish to do another part-time course, you could progress to Literature 1, which is a Higher level unit.
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To enrol, or for further information on this course, please contact your local Argyll College Centre
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