PGCE Secondary Education Drama with English

Middlesex University
In London (Grossbritannien)

£ 9.250 - (10.904 )
zzgl. MwSt.

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  • Postgraduate
  • London (Grossbritannien)
  • Dauer:
    1 Year
  • Wann:
    September 2017

At Middlesex University, we are passionate about both drama and English. In drama classes, pupils enjoy the practical nature of the lessons and also respond to the creative discipline involved in shaping their own ideas. In English, they explore language, literature, expression and the role of communication. Teachers adept in both subjects are able to educate and inspire pupils, develop their creativity and shape vital skills that impact students' performance across a range of other subjects.

During your studies, you will undertake teaching placements in at least two secondary schools and have the chance to acquire skills in the application of new technologies in teaching and learning. Schools are carefully selected to suit each individual and expose them to a variety of imaginative and thought provoking learning strategies. Key experts from our partner schools...

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Welche Ziele verfolgt der Kurs?

Voraussetzungen: Entry onto this course requires an interview. We use the interview to find out more about you, to better understand your aspirations and interests, and to explore why you want to study with us. Prior to commencing the course, you must pass Department for Education professional skills tests in numeracy and literacy. You are advised to pass them wherever possible before your interview in order to give yourself the best possible chance of success. However if you haven't passed at the time of the interview and you receive an offer it will be conditional on passing the tests by a nominated date.


Wo und wann

Beginn Lage
The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, Grossbritannien
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Skills and Training
Professional development
Transferable skills
effective curriculum


School Based Training 1 (20 Credits) – Compulsory This module aims to prepare students for their first school experience. It develops their preparation skills and enables collaboration with their fellow students, subject mentors, and co ordinating mentors. Students learn to address and meet the expectations specified by the statutory teaching standards. The school based element of this module lasts for 50 days.

School Based Training 2 (40 Credits) – Compulsory This module encourages students to build on the experience gained in School Based Training 1. It aims to provide an extended, individual school experience across the age ranges 11 16, 11 18 or 14 19. Students undertake 74 days of teaching across a six month period, so that they can address the standards specified by the statutory teaching standards.

Studies in your specialist subject (includes Professional Studies) This is a structured programme of subject teaching methodology and application workshops and seminars. You will develop the knowledge and skills required to teach your chosen subject. You will be able to identify and evaluate effective strategies for assessing children's learning in the selected subject, through formative and summative assessment strategies.

You will critically evaluate the effectiveness of a wide range of resources and your own lesson plans. You will understand the importance of literacy, numeracy and ICT in delivering an effective curriculum and as transferable skills. You will analyse research data and critically evaluate how research has contributed to the knowledge and understanding of how to teach your subject effectively.

Professional studies is a programme of lectures and seminars focusing on contemporary issues in education and professional development. This part of the course takes place partly at the University and partly at school through lectures, workshops and seminars to mixed subject groups.

You will find this an intensive 36 week course, during which you will be expected to carry out assignments during the Christmas and Easter holiday periods.

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