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Unit name Shakespeare: Page, Stage and Screen
Unit code HEN310
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Humanities
Discipline English
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Read and analyse Shakespearean texts and their screen adaptations through: use of the critical apparatus supplied in recent editions close attention to elements of form, structure and style in the selected plays and their screen adaptations.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of: significant aspects of the plays (including language, characterization and ideas) ways in which the plays have been adapted for film key theories relevant to the study of Shakespeare and Shakespeare on film.
  3. Construct an argument supported by: evidence from your chosen texts reference to secondary sources.
  4. Communicate through: tutorial presentations advanced level written essays exams.





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Teaching Pattern

Five contact hours fortnightly (13 wks)


Task 1: Exam (30%)

Task 2: Tutorial Presentation (0%)

Task 3: Data Analysis/Explication (10%)

Task 4: Research Essay (60%)

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