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Language & Intercultural Understanding
Transcript of Language & Intercultural Understanding
Designing your personal pathway
You have a fantastic variety of discovery modules to choose from at Leeds! This is one of the key strengths of the Leeds Curriculum. If you'd like some ideas for designing your pathway, have a look at the following 4 options. Remember that you can review (and re-design) your pathway at the start of each academic year.
Option 1: depth of knowledge
If you want to study the subject in depth starting at Level 1, progressing to Level 2 and then to Level 3, this is probably the best pathway. For example, you might want to study the same language for 3 years, so this pathway would suit that goal. Have a look at the modules in the sub-theme and save the ones which interest you to your module shortlist.
Option 4: sampling different themes
This pathway means that you choose a module from a different theme each year, perhaps because you like new challenges or because you want to experience variety.
Option 3: the horizontal pathway
This means taking a series of Level 1 modules in order to broaden your experience, knowledge and skills rather than study one area in depth. This pathway allows you to choose a variety of different modules.
Option 2: the diagonal pathway
This pathway means taking modules in different sub-themes from Level 1 to Level 3. For example, you might decide to learn a language at Level 1, then choose a related Culture module at Level 2 and a History and Society module at Level 3 or vice versa. Have a look at the different sub-themes to see what's available.
Learning a Language