Knowledge domains in the humanities selected from applied philosophy; mythology; cultural studies, history, political studies, current affairs, media ethics and communication theory:
Focus: to provide students with the required critical and analytical skills to originate engaging narrative concepts
Knowledge domains in the humanities selected from psychology; social anthropology; sociology and gender studies.
Focus: to provide students with the insight into the human condition in order to create well-rounded and empathetic characters, subjects and personalities.
Contemporary and classic narrative structures
Focus: to provide students with the required technical and craft skills to structure narratives for a variety of formats and genres
Format & Style
Textual analysis of a variety of motion picture media, theatre, photography and fine arts images.
Focus: to provide students with the required aesthetic, technical and craft skills to write for their chosen media
Aspects of Business Practice as it pertains to Creative writing practitioners , such as pitching products, producers, agents, contracts, copyright, business models and marketing.
Focus: to equip students with the required skills to practice their craft in the world of work
Key 21st century skills are covered, such as critical thinking; collaboration, career development and resilience skills, goal-setting and values, together with an understanding of the landscape of digital technology.
During the development phase and at the conclusion of the project, students are guided in a structured way to reflect on their work.
- Reflection on Use of Ideation Learning in Project
- Contextual Reflection on Team Values & Collaboration
- Contextual Reflection on Creative Challenges
- Reflection on Project Development Process
- Reflection on Project Learning Goal & Objectives
- Contextual Reflection of Conflict Resolution
- Reflection on Project Pitch & Review
- Reflection on Term Learning