Literacy Who is this course for? Literacy QCF is a standalone specialist qualification for teachers working in the education and training sector who wish to obtain a specialist teaching qualification in literacy. It is suitable for teachers, tutors and trainers working in a variety of settings including colleges, adult and community learning centres or delivering work-based learning. What do you need to apply for the course?
Overview Why study this course?
During your Initial Teacher Education ITE course you will undertake a range of modules which will equip you to become an effective and creative teacher, and enable you to achieve the Professional Standards required for qualified teacher status QTS.
The programme includes opportunities to broaden your knowledge, understanding, skills and experience, and explore in greater detail areas of particular interest, through a range of modules and placements.
Within the four year route there are opportunities through modules to study abroad and to gain masters level credits you will also explore your enhancement Qcf 5 511 at greater depth. Specialist Enhancement Modules Throughout your degree you will have the opportunity to study an enhancement module which will allow you to develop your interests in a particular area.
This additional knowledge will prepare you for leadership roles in these areas as early career development. Specialist Enhancement Modules in Primary Mathematics These modules will provide you with the opportunity to extend and enhance your knowledge and understanding of mathematics education.
You will have the opportunity to study certain important themes in greater depth; for example mathematics mastery, dialogic teaching, problem-solving, and the use of real and relevant mathematical contexts.
Specialist Enhancement Modules in RE Through developing an understanding of the major faiths and cultures of contemporary Britain you will be well prepared to deliver effective religious education lessons as well as empathising with the belief systems of the children you teach.
In year one the focus is on Christianity to reflect the emphasis of the National Curriculum. The third year will include examination of spiritual, moral, social and cultural education including citizenship and circle time and provides you with an opportunity to study an area of RE in great depth.
A range of special educational needs and disabilities will be considered, as well as the inclusion of a number of vulnerable groups.
Opportunities for visits to special schools will be provided. Support strategies for a range of pupils with SEND will be identified, and there will be opportunities to follow your own interests in this area. Engagement with the module content should prepare you to support a range of pupils in both mainstream and special education.
To help you to make your choice, you will have the opportunity to have one session with each area before you are asked to chose an option.
To support the quality of the students experience, minimum and maximum group sizes will be established for each strand within each cohort. Teaching Methods and Assessment Teaching is through a combination of lectures, workshops, tutorials, presentations, role play, seminars and practical sessions.
Undergraduate 4 Year Programme The three year course at Newman has the facility to extend the length of the degree by a year. This offers students the opportunities to further develop their experiences and to study for Masters level credits.
The focus on the extra year is to prepare students to become future school leaders. Within the four year programme there is the opportunity for students to work in a variety of education settings at home or overseas. Access Diploma students will need to have completed the course and achieved a minimum of UCAS points.
Five GCSEs at grade 4 or C or above or recognised equivalentsincluding English language, mathematics and science, are also required. School experience is desirable, but not an essential requirement prior to interview. However, having experience in a school will: Help ensure that you are making the right decision to join the UG ITE programme Enable you at interview, to add additional information about the experience that you have had when working with children Give you a potential advantage when starting the course as you will be able to make links between your learning and how this relates to school At interview you will be given the opportunity to discuss any relevant school experience or opportunities that you have had to work with school aged children.No longer available.
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