This unit is fully online and is only available for enrolment through the College of Arts, Law and Education online registration process:
Website: Writing the Family Saga
Actual Dates: 2 Mar - 17 Apr 2020.
Adventure or romance, tragedy or triumph, legends of extraordinary feats or quiet tales of everyday struggles. What kinds of stories are there in your family tree? This unit builds on the knowledge and skills acquired in HAA004 Writing Family History. Students will have further opportunity to develop key skills for the writing of fiction and/or non-fiction based on genealogical records. The emphasis in this unit is on crafting and polishing engaging and readable multigenerational family history narratives.
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|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Humanities
Dr Hanne Nielsen
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- International students
- Domestic students
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6 x short online exercises and responses (40%); 2 x 750-1000-word written narratives (60%).
Final grade will be pass or fail.
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