Investigating Language in Action (E854)
This course in applied linguistics is about how language works in theory and in the real-world, using examples from the English language; whether students are interested in language education, the social sciences or arts, the course enables students to pursue their own particular interests and expertise through the end-of-module small-scale research project; students develop their skills in analysing how English is used from a range of different perspectives (functional, critical and ethnographic); students become familiar with online forums which are an integral part of the course, providing opportunities to share ideas with colleagues and the tutor.
Bachelor's degree from a UK university or other recognised degree-awarding body, or a qualification at equivalent level. Spoken and written English must be of an adequate standard for students to be able to succeed on the course.
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