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A Level Classical Civilisation
A Level Classical Civilisation - 700-hour distance learning course by UK Open College
Study for your A Levels next to the training specialists at UK Open College. This A Level Classical Civilisation course uses applications of theory, relevant information and examples to prepare you for the A Levels exams. Depending on the study pace you choose, fast or regular track, you'll get a tailored training package that meets your needs and fits perfectly around your schedule. Distance learning by UK Open College helps you take the next steps in your education or career in the most flexible and effective way.
The study of classical civilisation is understandably a wide ranging and far-reaching one encompassing a variety of subjects; history, literature, linguistics, numismatics, epigraphy, archaeology, art, architecture and philosophy. Classical civilisation is the term applied to the civilisations of Greece and Rome. In terms of a time scale, Classical Greece is usually considered to be the 5th and 4th centuries, specifically the period between the end of the Persian Wars to the death of Alexander the Great: 479-323 BC. The Roman period is more difficult to pin down to specific dates. Most universities will start with the beginnings of Roman expansion into Italy in the early 5th century and run to Alaric’s sack of Rome in 410 AD. This course is designed to allow you to study at your own pace and is designed to develop an interest and understanding of Classical Civilisation.
The Aims of the Course
Develop an interest in, and enthusiasm for, the classical world.
Acquire, through a range of appropriate sources, knowledge and understanding of selected aspects of classical civilization.
Develop awareness of the continuing influence of the classical world on later times and of the similarities and differences between the classical world and later times.
Develop and apply analytical and evaluative skills at an appropriate level.
Make an informed, personal response to the material studied
Suitability - Who should attend?
It is recommended that candidates have literary and communication skills equivalent to C or higher at GCSE, though full tutor support is given throughout. Basic English reading and writing skills are required.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Successful candidates who complete all programme requirements are awarded an A Level Certificate from OCR.
Training Course Content
This training course is designed to cover the following key topics:
Classification Code: H041
Unit 1: Homer's Odyssey and Society
Unit 2: Greek Tragedy in its Context
Classification Code: H441
Unit 3: Art and Architecture in the Greek World
Unit 4: Virgil and the World of the Hero"
The cost of this training course is £399.00 per candidate.
Flexible payment plans are available.
Provider: UK Open College Ltd
UK Open College have over ten years of experience in delivering online courses and distance learning programmes, in a variety of subjects. We are based in the midlands, near Birmingham, and we are proud to tutor students from all over...