Literature 1 and Communications 4 â€“ a combined course
YOUR LOCAL COLLEGE
Why should I consider a Literature 1 and Communications 4 combined course? Do you want to enjoy and appreciate novels, plays and poetry? Do you want to improve your practical skills in reading, writing, listening and presentation? Do you want to undertake a course which will help you gain access to a wide range of courses â€“ at Higher National and Degree level - and many commercial opportunities? If
Communications 4 combined course may well be the right course for you. Taught part-time, this course is suitable for students who wish to progress to higher level studies but do not wish to undertake the final examination associated with Higher English. For example, some colleges accept this as an alternative to Higher English
as an entry requirement for
teacher training courses
The course is also
designed to appeal to those students looking for more immediate commercial opportunities. The Communications 4 unit aims to help students produce and evaluate spoken and written communication with a practical bias, whereas Literature 1 offers an exploration of drama, prose and poetry.
will be ongoing throughout the course and, unlike Higher English, there will be no final examination for either unit.
Students will be expected to discuss, watch performances of and make reasoned judgements about literary texts, plays, poems, novels and short stories (possibly chosen by the students themselves). The course will introduce the following areas: Present ideas and information Identify the concerns and purposes of varying types of texts Develop an understanding of literary devices and effects
Argyll College UHI Ltd is a Scottish Charity, SC 026685
Where will I study?
The course will be taught - one 2 hour session a week for 30 weeks - at your local centre. Students will also be expected to undertake around 2 hours self study each week in addition to the taught class. You will spend approximately two thirds of your time on Communications 4 and one third of your time on Literature 1.
What qualifications do I need to enrol on this course? Students will normally be expected to have achieved English at Level 5 (Intermediate 2) or to have undertaken the collegeâ€™s Creative Writing unit.
How can I continue to further my studies? Together these two courses are accepted by a number of colleges and universities as an equivalent qualification to Higher English. They can thus serve as an entry qualification for a range of Higher National level and Degree courses.
Argyll College UHI At Argyll College UHI we apply stateof-the-art information technologies – including high-speed internet access and video conferencing facilities – to allow as many students as possible to study throughout Argyll’s dispersed communities. What’s more, as one of the 13 colleges and research institutions that make up the recently formed University of the Highlands and Islands, we can now offer our students even better access to a wide choice of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses. This is in addition to our existing, prolific range of vocational, full and part-time further education courses. Argyll College UHI has 13 centres throughout the Argyll region and you can also look at studying many courses at home if you wish. You choose what you study and how you study it.
To find out more about this course simply contact your nearest centre. Arran Tel: 01770 600 152 Oban Tel: 01631 559 500 Cairndow Tel: 01499 600 141 Campbeltown Tel: 01631 559 670 Construction Skills Centre Tel: 01631 559 830 Craignish Tel: 01852 500 746 Dunoon Tel: 01369 707 182 Fionnphort Tel: 01681 700 377 Islay Tel: 01496 810 130 Lochgilphead Tel: 01546 600 070 Rothesay Tel: 01700 501 000 Tiree Tel: 01879 220 372 Tobermory Tel: 01688 302 801 All Argyll College UHI centres are fully accessible for those students with disabilities
A combined course. Do you want to enjoy and appreciate novels, plays and poetry? Do you want to improve your practical skills in reading, w...