|TITLE||An Overview of Greek and Roman History|
|LEVEL||00 - Mod Pre-Tert, Foundation, Proficiency & DegreePlus|
|ECTS CREDITS||Not Applicable|
|DEPARTMENT||Degree Plus Programme|
|DESCRIPTION||An Overview of Greek and Roman History - A Mixed-Focus Thematic Approach.
1. Love in Ancient Greece
2. How to be a true Spartan
3. Alexander the Great
4. The First Olympic Games
5. The 7 Kings of Rome
6. Julius Caesar
7. Did Romans go to school?
8. Roman Malta
By the end of the course, students should:
• Have a basic knowledge of the chronology of the main significant events in Greek and Roman history;
• Be able to draw upon a variety of contemporary and modern sources for a discussion on Ancient/Classical politics and history;
• Understand and be able to confidently discuss the underlying causes of Ancient/Classical political developments and discuss their long-term effects in a way which is relevant to the modern day;
• Be able to recognize connections between the mainstream politics of the Ancient/Classical world and its culture, philosophy and literature.
In keeping with the spirit of Degree Plus, there is no formal assessment associated with the unit. A certificate of attendance and of satisfactory completion of the unit will be provided at the end of the semester.
Note: Degree plus units are not designed to be incrementally burdensome in terms of the many academic demands placed on students during their undergraduate years.
Appropriate unit material will be provided by the tutors during the sessions. There are no set texts for the unit, though tutors may recommend appropriate manuals to students who would like to take their work in this area further.
|ADDITIONAL NOTES||Note: This unit may not be offered if there are an insufficient number of applicants.|
|METHOD OF ASSESSMENT||
|LECTURER/S||Joseph Noel Grima (Co-ord.)
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The availability of optional units may be subject to timetabling constraints.
Units not attracting a sufficient number of registrations may be withdrawn without notice.
It should be noted that all the information in the description above applies to study-units available during the academic year 2020/1. It may be subject to change in subsequent years.