Akademisk faglig formidling, skriftlig

2018/2019

Modulets indhold, forløb og pædagogik

This module comprises a course in theory on written communication and considerations as regards different target groups.

Læringsmål

Viden

  • the selected subject area and relevant theory pertaining to it
  • relevant communication theories and methods
  • the significance of different written communication methods in relation to defined target groups

Færdigheder

  • delimiting and communicating an academic issue and the analysis of it
  • analysing and adapting to specific academic communication situations

Kompetencer

  • written presentation of complex academic material of international and intercultural relevance in an academic, clear, balanced and targeted manner.

Omfang og forventet arbejdsindsats

5 ECTS

Eksamen

Prøver

Prøvens navnAkademisk faglig formidling, skriftlig
Prøveform
Skriftlig
The examination is an individual written examination which communicates an academic issue. The issue is chosen by the student from within the disciplinary areas of the programme on the basis of the courses offered in the programme.

The examination will be based on a subject description of 1-1½ pages, which must be approved in advance by the examiner. The examination is a written home assignment on the basis of the subject description. The assignment paper must be prepared individually and in English by the student and must not exceed 6 pages.
ECTS5
Tilladte hjælpemidler
Alle skriftlige og alle elektroniske hjælpemidler
Bedømmelsesform7-trins-skala
CensurIntern prøve
VurderingskriterierThe examination should demonstrate that the student fulfils the objectives outlined above as regards knowledge, understanding, skills and competencies.

Fakta om modulet

Engelsk titelAcademic Written Communication
ModulkodeKACCG201611
ModultypeKursus
Varighed1 semester
SemesterForår
ECTS5
UndervisningssprogEngelsk
TompladsJa
UndervisningsstedCampus Aalborg
Modulansvarlig

Organisation

StudienævnStudienævnet for Tværkulturelle Studier
FakultetDet Humanistiske Fakultet