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|Description||On this course you’ll both develop your own knowledge of dystopian and speculative fiction and have the chance to try out and reflect on practical strategies for the classroom. We will look at ways of introducing students to the literary context, key ideas and concepts, as well as exploring the way the individual texts work as narratives.|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||Resources and practical strategies to introduce key ideas about the genre and literary context.
A lecture by Dr Caroline Edwards (Birkbeck, University of London), to help you develop your own thinking and extend your subject knowledge.
Ways of reading – a focus on your chosen text, with creative and critical approaches to close analysis.
Making effective use of criticism.
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