This masters degree will:
- provide academic and professional development
- give you a foundation for original research work
- advance your knowledge of English as a curriculum subject
- examine and evaluate areas of controversy
- look at how research relates to practice and policy
- increase your awareness of the richness and scope of English as a field of study.
This masters degree provides the opportunity to:
- work with leading figures in the field
- explore a range of topics relating to English in education
- discuss your ongoing work in individual tutorials and receive detailed feedback on drafts of assessed work.
English and literacy teachers in primary, secondary, further and higher education, advisory teachers and anyone interested in the teaching of English as a first language and teaching literature, drama and media worldwide.Entry requirements
A good first degree in English or a related area.
Knowledge and experience of teaching English as a curriculum subject to groups of young students is essential.Core topics
- Contemporary issues in English in education
- Research methods.
- English in diverse world contexts
- Film: theory and educational practice
- Language, culture and identity
- Literacy development
- Multilingual and multicultural London
- Multimodal texts in teaching and learning
- Youth culture, media and education.
By coursework assignments of up to 5,000 words and an 18,000- to 20,000-word dissertation or 10,000-word report.Attendance
Mixed mode, including face-to-face afternoon or evening sessions and some aspects of online learning.Where do our students go?
Graduates of this masters degree are currently working as:
- teachers of English (in the UK and internationally)
- heads of English departments in UK schools
- education advisers with cultural organisations.
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- Contemporary Issues In English Education
- Developing Understanding In English, Media, Drama Studies
- English In Diverse World Contexts
- Film: Theory and Educational Practice
- Reading and Spelling Difficulties
- Research Methods
- The Multilingual Classroom