Learn all about the role of language in society worldwide.
Words have the power to shape the way we see the world, engage with other people and other times, and construct collective and individual identities. Through social media, global news and the arts we are in constant contact with many different people, cultures and ideas. How do we process all this information? What is filtered out and why? What are the untold stories? Whose voice is not being heard?
Through a variety of on-demand lectures, course activities and live seminars, you will develop a critical understanding of culture and language, and will apply essential digital and analytical methods to explore new ideas and express your own creative and critical voice.
Ideal if you are considering undergraduate study in Arts and Humanities and comprises approximately 30 teaching hours with teaching taking place from Monday to Friday.
Learning outcomes and objectives
By the end of the module, you should have:
- Experienced a variety of learning activities typical of first year undergraduate study
- Built relevant knowledge and skills to support future study within the fields of Arts & Humanities
- Carried out independent research and produced a structured and well supported response to an assignment brief
- Worked collaboratively in diverse groups to produce a presentation
Taught by the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, King’s College London.
- Group activities
- Private study
Module assessment - more information
Assessment will consist of a written and oral component.