Welsh

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Learn more about the modules study abroad students can take at the School of Welsh.

Module codeCY1732
LevelL4
SemesterSpring Semester
Cerdits10

Wales has a rich literary tradition, not least in the twentieth century, which despite the decline of the Welsh language during that period, was to prove a high point in the long history of Welsh literature. The same period also saw the emergence of significant Welsh writing in English. This module provides a general overview of the development of Welsh literature in the modern period, concentrating especially on some of the key figures of the twentieth-century Welsh literature. The main focus will be on Welsh-language material in English translation, but there will also be some discussion of Welsh writing generated in English.

Assessment

  • Written assessment: 100%
Module codeCY1733
LevelL4
SemesterSpring Semester
Cerdits10

This module provides a basic introduction to the Welsh language and its history and to culture and identity in Modern Wales. The module includes a strong comparative international dimension so that events and characteristics features of Welsh life are placed within main currents of international though and development. It also includes a basic introduction to the rudiments of the Welsh language.

Assessment

  • Oral/aural assessment: 50%
  • Class test: 50%
Module codeCY1734
LevelL4
SemesterSpring Semester
Cerdits10

Why is there a red dragon on the Welsh flag? Who was king Arthur? Where was the Celtic Otherworld? This module will give the student a general introduction to the culture and folklore of Wales, including its folktales, its customs and legendary heroes.

Assessment

  • Written assessment: 100%
Module codeCY1774
LevelL4
SemesterAutumn Semester
Cerdits20

If you are thinking of learning Welsh and want to study for 20 credits this is the ideal place to start. This module introduces basic vocabulary and sentence structure in both the oral and written media. After completing this module you can continue your studies by following Welsh 2. METHODS OF TEACHING: Workshops and practical classes.

Assessment

  • Examination - autumn semester: 25%
  • Written assessment: 25%
  • Written assessment: 25%
  • Written assessment: 25%
Module codeCY1775
LevelL4
SemesterSpring Semester
Cerdits20

This module builds on the vocabulary and structures introduced in Welsh 1 enabling you to communicate more fully and in a wider range of contexts in both the oral and written media. The standard attained is comparable to GCSE level.

Assessment

  • Examination - spring semester: 25%
  • Written assessment: 25%
  • Written assessment: 25%
  • Written assessment: 25%