• Identify and reflect on the use of language in

• Identify and reflect on the use of language in the context of diaspora and transnational communities.

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Module learning outcome

 

Assessment criteria

You can:

Consider key concepts in language use, diasporas and transnational communities

 

  • Identify and reflect on the use of language in the context of diaspora and transnational communities.

 

 

Reflect upon the impact on language of discrete communities by diasporas and indigenous and transnational communities.

 

  • Discuss the ways in which diaspora, indigenous and transnational communities influence language.

 

Consider the attitudes to language of diasporas and transnational communities by their own and indigenous communities. Analyse the language of individuals and/or communities.

 

 

  • Identify and reflect on attitudes to the language of diaspora and transnational communities by their own and indigenous communities.  Examine and draw conclusions from examples of language of individuals and communities.

 

 

Express a range of ideas using appropriate spoken and written English, demonstrating understanding of academic writing conventions and styles as specific to the subject discipline.

 

 

  • Use academic writing conventions appropriately in the context of presenting academic work.

 

Demonstrate appropriate academic integrity, avoiding plagiarism and/or collusion and/or other forms of academic misconduct, by use of citation and reference as appropriate for the degree subject, using their own academic voice.

 

  • In the use of anti-plagiarism software as a diagnostic tool to evaluate the accuracy of academic referencing.
  • Beginning to develop a unique way of presenting ideas in an academic writing context.

 

Demonstrate evidence of reflection on performance on a piece of work by implementing feedback given, and demonstrating this in subsequent work.

 

 

  • Evidencing in summative assessment tasks, changes and improvements that are attributable to previous feedback provided during formative assessment opportunities.

 

Demonstrate appropriate use of technology to facilitate studies, e.g. use of information resources, production of coursework, communication with tutors and peers.

 

 

  • Evidence of use of the institutional Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), Moodle to facilitate learning and engagement.  Use of email and other electronic networking applications in communication related to this module.

 

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