How will I be taught?
Teaching methods will include group discussion, questioning, pair work, and individual tasks which will be adapted to enable learners to achieve their full potential. We want you to enjoy learning with us, so each tutor strives to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere where the learner can work at an appropriate pace. If you have a disability or medical condition that may affect coming to class or using any of our facilities, please talk to a member of staff.
What do I need to bring with me?
Please ask our staff for the booklist prior to the course starting but do not purchase anything prior to the first session. Your tutor will advise you. There will be a requirement to purchase some paperback books. No expensive editions will be used and you should also be able to borrow certain books from the Library. A notebook and pen for notes will be useful.
What can I do next?
Please discuss with your tutor or ask a member of staff for more details.
What do I need to join the course
The course is for anyone who enjoys literature. There are no entry requirements to get the best from the course you will read at least the titles on the Reading List this will need to be done at home outside of the course time. During your reading you will form opinions and have observations and be encouraged to share these in discussions and debates.