|Module Title||INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY: SKILLS|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Phillipp Schofield|
|Other staff||Professor Gareth Williams, Professor Aled Jones, Dr Peter Lambert, Professor Roger Price, M J Powell, Professor William Rubinstein, Dr Alice Russell, Dr Michael Roberts|
|Co-Requisite||HY12010 Available to Single & Joint Honours History students only|
|Course delivery||Seminar||12 Hours 6 x 2 hour seminars|
|Assessment||Seminar presentation||All seminar work||20%|
|Course work||To include precis and essay work||80%|
This course is designed to introduce Single and Joint Honours History students to the study of history, looking at the tools used by the historian and the nature of the discipline. through a wide range of tasks students will develop the key skills necessary for work in history, including: research skills, essay writing, seminar discussion, oral presentation, teamwork, reflection and self-awareness.
** Reference Text
Andrew Northedge. (1990) The good study guide.
Mary Abbott (ed). (1996) History skills: a student's handbook.
R Barnes. (1992) Succesful Study for Degrees.