Alternative ways to complete courses

NOTE! If you want to select any of the alternative ways to complete a course listed below, you should always contact the examiner of the course first.

 

COMPULSORY COURSES

682375P English Grammar (5 ECTS credits)
The course is held in the autumn term, during periods I and II. It is recommended to complete the course during the autumn term. An alternative method for taking the course will be provided in the spring for students unable to take the course in the autumn. The alternative study option is based on home assignments and a final exam.
For more information, please contact the examiner Maarit Siromaa.

682376P Approaches to English Language Studies (5 ECTS credits)
The course is held in the autumn term, during periods I and II. It is recommended to complete the course during the autumn term. An alternative method for taking the course will be provided in the spring for students unable to take the course in the autumn. The alternative study option is based on home assignments.
For more information, please contact the examiner Tiina Keisanen.

682378P British and North American Studies (5 ECTS credits)
The course is held in the spring term, during periods III and IV. It is recommended to complete the course during the spring term. An alternative method for taking the course will be provided in the autumn for students unable to take the course in the spring. The alternative study option is based on a home essay.
For more information, please contact the examiner John Braidwood.

682381A Researching Literature and Culture (5 ECTS credits)
The course is held in the spring term, during periods III and IV. An alternative method for taking the course will be provided for students unable to take the course. It is recommended to complete the course during the spring term.
For more information, please contact the examiners Maarit Siromaa or Juha-Pekka Alarauhio.

682380A Research in Language Studies
The course is held in the spring term, during periods III and IV. An alternative method for taking the course will be provided for students unable to take the course. It is recommended to complete the course during the spring term. The alternative study option is based on home assignments and a final exam in Examinarium.
For more information, please contact the examiner Leena Kuure.

 

ELECTIVE COURSES

682355S English in Finland (5 ECTS credits) OR 682398A Topics in Language Work (5 ECTS credits)
Online course involving writing assignments and small projects.
This course is organised non-stop as an online course in Optima including various learning and project tasks.
For more information, please contact professor Pentti Haddington.

682385A Discourse Studies
The course is held in the autumn term, during periods I and II. The alternative study option is based on an exam in Examinarium. Course book:  Jones, R.: Discourse Analysis. A Resource Book for Students. London: Routledge (see the Examinarium website for instructions; signup in Optima only). For more information, please contact the examiner Leena Kuure.

682369S Investigating Cultural Interaction
The course is held in the spring term, during periods III and IV. The alternative study option is based on home assignments. For more information, please contact the examiner Maarit Siromaa.

682388A Learning in Everyday Environments
The course is held in the autumn term of 2017, during periods I and II. The alternative study option is based on an exam in Examinarium (see Reading list and the Examinarium website for instructions; signup in Optima only). For more information, please contact the examiner Leena Kuure.

682402S Nexus Analysis
The course is held in the autumn term, during period II. A book exam is available throughout the year in Examinarium (Scollon, R. & Scollon, S.W. Nexus Analysis: Discourse and the Emerging Internet. London: Routledge; or Norris, S. & Jones, R.H. (eds.), Discourse in Action: Introducing Mediated Discourse Analysis. London: Routledge; or other texts agreed with the teacher. For more information, please contact the examiner Leena Kuure.

Last updated: 13.9.2017