This one day English Conference aims to widen students knowledge of this subject at university, whilst supporting them with their current studies.
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The day will consist of a lecture on the range of possibilities offered by studying English literature at degree level, which will introduce students to periods of literature they may not have previously encountered, as well as helping to situate the works they have. This will be followed by parallel lecture and study sessions, in which students will be encouraged to develop analytical skills relevant to their A-level study.
Our aim, in delivering this study day at the end of the school year, is to help students to further their critical approaches to the key texts they will be studying in year 13. As a wide range of scholarly fields are represented within our department, students will be introduced to texts from the perspectives of specialists discussing their own current areas of academic research and teaching.
Sixth form students will also have the opportunity to meet current undergraduates at Canterbury Christ Church University, and hear a talk on the practicalities of university life.
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
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