History - Early Modern Kent - From Roses to Reformation | St Faiths Adult Education Centre, Maidstone

History - Early Modern Kent - From Roses to Reformation at St Faiths Adult Education Centre, Maidstone

History - Early Modern Kent - From Roses to Reformation at St Faiths Adult Education Centre, Maidstone

Price: £124.00 Starts: 28/04/2017 Time: 13:00 - 15:00
Tutor: Naomi Louise Dickins Ends: 07/07/2017 Location: St Faiths Adult Education Centre, Maidstone
Level: Mixed Level Day of Week: FRI Duration: 10 weeks

This course has started, but is still accepting enrolments. This course has already started but it may still be possible to join it. Please call 03000 41 2222 and ask to be put through to the Centre where the course is running.

About this course

This History - Early Modern Kent - From Roses to Reformation' course in Maidstone will enable you to consider what it is like to live in Kent during the reigns of the Plantagenet and Tudor monarchs and what part was played by the people of Kent in our nation’s early modern story? This course will explore everyday life of the 1400s – 1600s, examining issues such as religion, politics and culture as well as the domestic realities of housing, food and clothing. We will discuss and compare some of the county’s key industries and examine how Kent made its living; from where, or what, it gathered its prosperity and the ways in which this little corner was linked to Europe and the wider world. We will also consider this county’s capacity for originality and rebellion and investigate those individuals who led – or drove - Kent through this turbulent period of its life.

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

• Outline the history of Kent from c.1450-1650
• Describe everyday life for the people of Kent during this period
• Explain what were the key trades/industries of the period
• Identify key figures from the period and describe their roles in the county’s story
• Debate the position/role of Kent in national and/or international affairs during this time

How will I be taught?

Each week there will be an informative talk during which class discussion will be encouraged. Students shall use small group work to analyse original sources and a range of handouts will be available for discussion purposes.

There is no formal assessment but you will be encouraged to discuss your progress during the course with the tutor and complete an Individual Learning Plan which provides a record of the specific topics you will have covered.

What do I need to bring with me?

A notepad and pen.

What can I do next?

If you have enjoyed this course you might consider enrolling on further history courses. Options will be discussed in class.

What do I need to join the course

Everyone is welcome to join this course. No prior knowledge is necessary but a good understanding of English is essential. This course is for anyone interested in local history and Canterbury Cathedral.

If you have a disability and think it may affect your learning in the classroom or in using any of our other services, please speak to us in confidence as soon as possible. We will discuss options with you and do our best to provide the appropriate support.

About the Tutor: Naomi Louise Dickins

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St Faiths Adult Education Centre
St Faiths Street
ME14 1LH

If you require any information about this location then please call 03000 41 2222 and quote the Course Code MAI/42712/E/LC.
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