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ED 1057
WHAT MAKES US HUMAN? 1A
CREDIT POINTS 15

Course Co-ordinator: Elizabeth Curtis

Pre-requisite(s):

Note(s): This course is only available to those students following degree programmes offered by Education (BEd, BMus, BA and PGDE).

At the heart of this course are considerations of the ways in which ideas of gender, power relations, belief and family structures contribute to how we understand what it is to be human and the impact of such understandings on the ways in which people develop as human beings and how they are treated in society.

2 one-hour lecture per week Mon, Thurs at 10
One 90-minute tutorial per week

Lectures and tutorials will be supplemented by tutor directed learning and discussion using WebCT.

Tutorials will be student led using a Philosophy for Learning approach.

1st Attempt: This involves a 2,000 word essay which has the following specific requirements:


Resit: Resubmission of failed criteria within 2,000 word essay.