This module will be delivered via:
- One 2-hour lecture per week.
- One 2-hour seminar per week.
Teaching and learning on the Law Pathway offers students the ability to develop the foundation knowledge, skills and competencies, to study an undergraduate LLB course, through a curriculum that is purposely designed to provide an exceptional learning experience. All teaching, learning and assessment materials will be available to both staff and students via Moodle in a consistent and user-friendly manner.
Students will be expected to undertake the guided reading, preparation and research, necessary for the module.
The lectures will primarily focus on sharing of academic theory and concepts to ensure students develop a sound knowledge and understanding of their discipline and master an appreciation of current and relevant research in the subject area.
Seminars aim to bring legal knowledge and understanding 'to life' by relating it to current issues and practice. In seminars, students will develop skills in legal application, analysis and problem-solving through a variety of activities including quizzes, problem scenarios and essay-style questions.
Learning will be supplemented by essential and supplementary reading materials that should be completed prior to the seminars.
Academic support hour
Each week students have the opportunity to meet with the Module Leader to discuss any aspect(s) of their study in relation to this module. Students are encouraged to attend in order to clarify any questions, issues or concerns they may have.