At the module level, you will need to consider the practicalities of the reading itself:
The following sections take you through some of the questions you should ask yourself about the module reading.
What is the overall 'character' of the module reading? Here are some examples of module-level reading structures used at Birmingham Newman:
Explain how you will inform students of the reading and your expectations of what they will read for each part of your moudle. Some examples of this might be:
There may be other strategies that you will use: this list is not exhaustive and there is no 'one-size-fits-all'.
You may have noticed this heading appearing in previous sections. It is vital to the success of your reading strategy. Where and when have students developed the skills to successfully engage with the module content?