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    Mt Lawley
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    Joondalup
    Mt Lawley
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    4 years full-time or equivalent part-time
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    Education and Arts
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    Education
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    Y68
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    074171B
  • Indicative ATAR (TER):
    65
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Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

Minor In English Education

This minor will introduce students to poetry and fiction in their historical contexts from the 16th to 21st centuries, investigate literature from diverse cultures, and develop critical thinking skills by examining the connections between literature and social change.

Students can specialise by selecting media study (feature film, TV), traditional literary genres (poetry, prose, drama), language and writing, or literary theory units.

Minor structure

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

Through the two required Minor Specialisation units, students will be introduced to poetry and fiction in their historical contexts from the sixteenth to twentyfirst centuries, investigate literature from diverse cultures, and develop critical thinking skills by examining the connections between literature and social change. When choosing the remaining two Minor Specialisation units, students should select units that cover media study (feature film, TV), traditional literary genres (poetry, prose, drama), language and writing, or literary theory.



Students must select 4 Minor Content Study units and 2 Curriculum Minor units.

UnitDescription Points
Minor Content Study Units
Students must complete the following 2 units (30 credit points):
ENG1140Discovering Literature 15
ENG1050Literature and Social Change 15
Plus students must complete 2 units (30 credit points) from the following:
ENG2470Children, Youth and Global Media 15
ENG3042Theory, Taste and Trash 15
ENG3050Poetry and Passion 15
ENG3140From Fiction to Film 15
ENG3160Graphic Novels 15
ENG3165Australian Fiction 15
ENG3170Diverse Voices in Literature 15
ENG3175Jane Austen: Past and Present 15
ENG2180Comedy and Tragedy in Drama 15
ENG3214Freedom to Play and Victorian Children 15
ENG3464Fantasy Literature for Children 15
ENG3472Children and Poetry 15
WRT3120Biographical and Autobiographical Writing 15
Curriculum Minor Units
LAN3250Introduction to Secondary English Teaching 15
LAN3251Planning and Teaching English 7-10 15
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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