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LA406 - Dramatised Dissertation

  • Module code: LA406
  • Module name: Dramatised Dissertation
  • Department: Law School
  • Credit: 30

Content and teaching | Assessment | Availability

Module content and teaching

Principal aims

The Chairman of the School (or his or her delegate nominated for this purpose) has the power to approve a proposed Dramatized Dissertation. The key difference between the Dramatized Dissertation and Dissertation LA402 is that a candidate undertaking a Dramatized Dissertation is required to submit their work in the form of a dramatic script such as a play or film script. The dramatized dissertation will provide an opportunity for in-depth research, sophisticated writing and multi-media presentation, with the possibility of high-level group work depending upon the level of uptake within connected subject areas.

Principal learning outcomes

The idea of the Dramatized Dissertation is to permit students to follow up a particular research interest arising out of modules already taken or modules currently being undertaken.

Timetabled teaching activities

The supervisor shall be available to give the student the equivalent of five hours supervision.

Departmental link

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/current/undergraduate/materials/la406

Other essential notes

This module is only available to students who have achieved 2(i) marks in all of their 2nd Year (LLB) modules. Acceptance for this module will be confirmed after the Second Year Examination Board has met on Tuesday 3rd July 2007.

Module assessment

Assessment group Assessment name Percentage
30 CATS (Module code: LA406-30)
A (Assessed work only) 10000 word Dramatic Script 75%
  2000 word Reflective Prologue 25%
VA (Visiting students only) 100% assessed (part year) visiting 100%

Module availability

This module is available on the following courses:

Core

N/A

Optional Core

N/A

Optional
  • Undergraduate Law (Year Abroad) (M104) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law (3 year) (Qualifying Degree) (M105) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law (4 year) (Qualifying Degree) (M106) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law (4 year) (Qualifying Degree) (M106) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law (European) Qualifying Degree (M107) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law (Year Abroad) QD (M108) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law (Part-time) (M109) - Year 5
  • Undergraduate Law (Part-time) (M109) - Year 6
  • Undergraduate Law with French Law (Qualifying Degree) (M10A) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law with French Law (M10B) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law with German Law (Qualifying Degree) (M10C) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law with German Law (M10D) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law with Humanities (3 Year) (M110) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law with Humanities (3 Year) (Qualifying Degree) (M111) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law with Humanities (3 Year) (Qualifying Degree) (M111) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law with Humanities (4 Year) (M112) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law with Humanities (4 Year) (M112) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law with Humanities (4 Year) (Qualifying Degree) (M113) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law with Humanities (4 Year) (Qualifying Degree) (M113) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law with Social Sciences (3 Year) (M114) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law with Social Sciences (3 Year) (Qualifying Degree) (M115) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law with Social Sciences (4 Year) (M116) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law with Social Sciences (4 Year) (M116) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law with Social Sciences (4 Year) (Qualifying Degree) (M117) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law with Social Sciences (4 Year) (Qualifying Degree) (M117) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law (M300) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law (4 Year) (M301) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Law (4 Year) (M301) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Law (European) (M355) - Year 4