RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS2207 INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE

SEMESTER 2, 2012-2013

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Do your best to attend the tutorial on Wednesday April 3 when Ms. Asgill will read with you as much as of Act IV as possible.

TIMETABLE

SEMINAR 1: MONDAY 9 AM - 11 AM (MSS1)

SEMINAR 2: MONDAY 1 PM - 3 PM (MSS1)

TUTORIAL: WEDNESDAY 1 PM - 2 PM (MSS10) [Tutorial Leader: Ms. Sherry Asgill]

Attendance at both seminars/lectures (we shall meet for approximately 1.5 hours each time) is compulsory.

The tutorial, which commences in Week 3 (i.e. on Wednesday February 6, 2013) is not compulsory but you would be well advised to attend on a regular basis as the tutor, Ms. Sherry Asgill, will often be doing close readings with you of passages not covered in class, engaging in general discussions of important issues in the play, as well discussions of the Term Paper and the Final Exam as these draw nearer.

Given that Errol Barrow Day falls on January 21, the first seminar/lecture will be held on Monday January 28, 2012 at 9 am.

Given that Monday April 1 is Easter Monday, there will be no classes on that day.

BOOKLIST

2012-2013

Advice

READING SCHEDULE

Module 1: Comedies and Histories (Weeks 1-6)

Module 2: Tragedies and Romances (Weeks 7-12)

RESOURCES

PhilWeb Shakespeare Page

TERM PAPER

Assignment

Advice

Essay-Writing Resources:

My Guidelines

Some Dos and Don'ts

My Correction Codes

EXAM

Past Papers

Advice

GENERAL ADVICE

Accessing Course Websites

Attendance

Downloading Notes in PDF

Teaching Methods

 

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