7 English: Film Studies
This course is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers and learners who are able to drive their own learning experiences.
The focus of this course is film. Most films will be viewed in class meaning that students will need to do most of their assignment work and study outside of the regular class times. The films to be studied will be chosen by the students themselves. Films will be required to show cultural, political, artistic or social significance.
Students plan their own English courses with guidance from the LA that usually maps out a pathway that will guide students through NCEA. Other pathways, exclusive of NCEA, can also be developed.
Students in this course will get a high level of individual support from the LA: one to one support is available online, in class, and through mentoring times.
The length of the course is open to allow students to develop skills/learning at their own pace. Students can attempt standards when they feel ready to do so.
Students will develop their own assessment programme..
Students are expected to develop their own goals within the context of the course.
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Courses offered per block.
|Men and Monsters (Monster Studies)||MEGW||3||2021|
|Speaking of Monsters (English and Psychology)||MEGW||2||2021|
|Philosophy: Cannibals and care||LAUB||1||2021|
|The Future is a Nightmare||MEGW||1||2021|
|Philosophy: Language of manipulation||LAUB||3||2021|