Each year our English programmes revolve around a unifying genre. Often there's a core text that establishes the stylistic components that underpin the genre for the courses and sometimes that text is written by William Shakespeare. Renee and Chris look at how we do this in our Year 11 and Year 13 courses. We also hear from students who show a remarkable openness to the challenge of studying Elizabethan drama and we reflect on the term that has been before we collapse into our Easter break. Renee finds a golden phoenix (clearly a literary reference of which Chris has no idea whatsoever). We reflect on the term's micro-credential making. Depth all the way.
April 13, 2019
Posted in: Podcast
Tagged: Genre

Check out the following class websites to have a closer look at the materials that go with the teaching principles we discuss in this podcast. These sites are live and thus will continue to be added to throughout 2019.


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