Gaelic 3 GAELIC3001
Academic Session: 2012-13
School: School of Humanities
Level: Level 3 (SCQF level 9)
Typically Offered: Runs Throughout Semesters 1 and 2
Available to Visiting Students: No
(1) to extend the four language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) developed in Gaelic 2A or 2B; (2) to extend students' vocabulary, in both written and spoken Gaelic; (3) to broaden students' knowledge of Gaelic poetry; (4) to broaden students' knowledge of Gaelic prose; (5) to encourage students to think critically about Gaelic literature and identify elements of continuity and innovation in the literature studied.
3 hours per week (lectures); 1 hour per week (tutorial). Times to be arranged.
Requirements of Entry
Gaelic 2A at grade D or Gaelic 2B at grade C
An essay in Gaelic (1500 words) in Semester 1 (10%); a Gaelic oral presentation in Semester 1 (5%); an essay in Gaelic (1500 words) in Semester 2 (10%); a Gaelic oral presentation in Semester 2 (5%); language practice exercises to be submitted fortnightly throughout the year (10%); continuous assessment of oral competence in conversation class throughout the year (5%); two 1.5-hour examination papers at the end of the course (45%); an oral examination at the end of the course (10%).
Main Assessment In: April/May