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Canterbury Christ Church University 4.1 / 152 reviews
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Being a combined honours student means module choices are limited in comparison to being a single honour student, but the content is still enjoyable nonetheless! The teachers are friendly and make lectures enjoyable. They offer so many different ways in which they can help you with your course in regards to assessments and tests that you have to do and are very approachable if you need help with anything.

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This course is very useful and it is designed to create for people opportunities within schools, colleges and work placements. It is also beneficial because it prepares you for employment .

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People should come and study this course because it provides many opportunities and work placements as in the normal life. Moreover is prepares you to work straight after your studies

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Anonymous

This was a very hands on module, I was able to observe a child and their development for the basis of my research. I was given the opportunity to understand how children develop and how their environment influences them.My lecturer gave tremendous support and resources to help complete the module.

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Anonymous

Course content is interesting and lectures and seminars are well structured. However more assignment guidance about what is expected is necessary

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Anonymous

This is the most interesting module I have ever done! The course is both practical and theory, we complete all the lectures regarding the theory information, have an exam on this but also have a practical exam, which is amazing! We have both fire and explosion practicals, where we act and are marked as if we were real CSI's at a crime scene, we have to complete a crime scene, documenting as we go along, taking photographs currently, measurements at the scene and so on. Everything has to be completed officially, as if we were real CSI's, which is really exciting and gives us a true insight into what these kinds of jobs will be like in the future.The lecturers are always so enthusiastic, they put everything into what they teach us, they all have experience in working in the police or CSI field in one way or another, which is amazing.

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Documenting the Real: Theory is a second year theoretical module within the Film, Radio & Television course at Canterbury Christ Church University. Quite honestly, it's the best course I have done so far, but that could be because the lecturer actually listens to people and pays attention to peoples progress. The lead lecturer of this module provides support and openly offers one-to-one tutorials, whereas, many other lecturers shudder at the thought of someone disturbing their office hours. The course content is intriguing and for me was gripping as it was very in depth and really exposes the truth behind documentary - Such as shedding light on Constructed Documentary for Cinematic Pleasure. The essays are at a nice length of 2000 words, and you get to choose out of a variety of questions for the two essays, both with deadlines at either end of two terms. There is a practical module that coincides with this module, however, it wasn't as interesting as the theory. With this module I felt that I was actually learning about something that I didn't know, as with my other modules, we were covering the same topics that we had been for the past 12 months before starting these and so for anyone who is at CCCU studying First Year Film, Radio & TV, and is interested in actually learning the ins and outs of film, I say: Go for Doc The Real: Theory. If you try and gain all of the practical subjects, you're confidence will knocked and you may not regain it, and will continue to do the same mind-numbing stuff until the end of your third year, whereas with this, I felt like I was actually getting what I paid for, as I was actually learning something.

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Anonymous

I enjoy the module as it drills in on taking part in physical activity and why it is important to take part for health reasons. It relates this back to theory regarding why people like exercise, why people don't like exercise and external factors such as music that can be used as a tool for motivation.

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Anonymous

Retail marketing is personally very interesting , especially for people who currently work and may in the future work in retail.In this respect, it gives me the opportunity to inform staff members in the work place of retail methods from business theory. overall, very enjoyable

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One of the most exciting lectures in the whole of the course, it discusses important historical policing events, such as the miners’ strike to develop our understanding of modern policing. It highlights current and concerning issues such as terrorism and cybercrime. The lecturer leading the course, listens to student advice and adapts lectures and examinations to make all students more comfortable with the course. An engaging lecture that asks questions with no, yes or no questions that create discussions and arguments within class that broadens everyone’s views on life and policing. Even the essay questions were thought-out well to provide an interesting research element for the students and constructive feedback was given. This module took an initiative approach and did an assignment as a group presentation instead of an exam, which allowed all students to create new friendship ties and develop skills needed for the police work, such as group work and meeting dead-lines. All topics discussed allow students to broaden their view on what the police force achieves, and how it is always evolving and even more so at a quicker rate in the 21st century. But, it explores other jobs, around the police force, such as border-control, private security firms and MI5. Which allow all students a chance to find a future pathway that interests them the most.

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