Children's and Young Adult Literature (2023)
The Postgraduate Certificate in Children’s and Young Adult Literature focuses on current theories and methodologies used in the analysis of children’s and young adult literature.
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Prescriptions for the PGCert(CYAL)
The qualification regulations define the requirements for the Postgraduate Certificate. To complete the PGCert(CYAL), students must take 60 points at 500 level from the Children’s and Young Adult Literature subject, including LLTED523.
Code Paper Title Points Occurrence / Location EDUCA590 Directed Study 30.0 23I (Hamilton) & 23I (Online) Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff. LLTED522 Teaching Writers 30.0 23A (Online) This paper provides an opportunity for participants to build a professional community in which they critically consider theories, discourses, and experiences that influence writers and teachers of writing. This class layers conceptual and practical elements of writing and teaching writers, and participants are expected to develop d... LLTED523 The Joy and Disruption of Children's Literature 30.0 23B (Online) In this paper we engage with the depth and traditions of current scholarship in the field of children's literature using texts from a wide range of contexts. The course begins by covering a wide scope of current issues in children's literature and ends with an opportunity for students to gain deep knowledge of a topic of their choi... WRITE501 Writing for Publication 30.0 23A (Hamilton) This paper explores different forms of published output, including poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction, writing for advertising, digital and print media, and essays/features. WRITE501 addresses research, drafting, editing and proof-reading, and issues such as privacy, defamation and informed consent. WRITE546 Creative Writing: Writing and Embodiment 30.0 23A (Hamilton) A writing-intensive paper focused on the ways in which 'embodiment' is key in generating vital characters, shaping dramatic narratives, and crafting resonant sentences aware of the sensory impact of language.
2023 Catalogue of Papers information current as of : 31 May 2023 12:20pm