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BA (Honours) English Language free course icon

Languages 

BA (Honours) English Language

This degree explores human communication by focusing on the English language, its history, diversity and flexibility. You'll learn what distinguishes machine language from human language and how people adapt and change their ways of communicating in multilingual and multicultural contexts. You'll investigate how language works from written texts and conversations down to words and the smallest units of sounds, through words, conversations and written texts. You'll also explore English as a creative medium to express humour, thoughts and emotions. It's not, however, designed to teach English to speakers of other languages.

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Diploma of Higher Education in English Language free course icon

Languages 

Diploma of Higher Education in English Language

This diploma explores human communication by focusing on the English language, its history, diversity and flexibility. You'll learn what distinguishes machine language from human language and how people adapt and change their ways of communicating in multilingual and multicultural contexts. You'll investigate how language works from the smallest units of sounds. You'll also explore English as a creative medium to express humour, thoughts and emotions. It's not, however, designed to teach English to speakers of other languages.

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Certificate of Higher Education in English Language free course icon

Languages 

Certificate of Higher Education in English Language

This certificate explores human communication by focusing on the English language, its history, diversity and flexibility. You'll learn what distinguishes machine language from human language, and how people adapt and change their ways of communicating in multilingual and multicultural contexts. You'll investigate how language works with other modes of communication and learn basic language description and analysis. You'll also explore English as a creative medium to express humour, thoughts and emotions. It's not, however, designed to teach English to speakers of other languages.

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MA Philosophy part 2 free course icon

History & The Arts 

MA Philosophy part 2

The module will complete your study for the MA in Philosophy. You'll study: the emotions, Nietzsche, Michel Foucault and Hannah Arendt, and 'the problem of dirty hands'. Your tutor will help you build on your capacity for independent research, and you will have ample opportunity to liaise with fellow-students online. The tutorial strategy, which involves both tutors and module team authors, will encourage independent thought using the huge range of online books and articles available via the OU Library. Finally, you will be able to complete a dissertation on a topic of your choice, provided it is linked to at least one of the topics studied on the MA.

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History & The Arts 

Exploring philosophy

This introduction to philosophy considers fundamental questions from six core areas: the self; philosophy of religion; ethics; knowledge and science; the mind; and political philosophy. Examples of these questions are What makes me 'Me'? Does God exist? Why should I act morally? Can I trust science? How can I, a physical being, have thoughts and emotions? Should I obey laws I disagree with? Philosophers ? both past and present ? have offered radically diverging answers to these and the other questions asked in this module. Guided engagement with this philosophical tradition will provide the platform for you to tackle the big questions of philosophy for yourself.

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Steve Peters on managing athletes’ emotions video icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Steve Peters on managing athletes’ emotions

Steve Peters, sports psychiatrist, talks about his approach when it comes to understanding an elite athlete’s mind and how to get them to function more optimally.

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Iechyd meddwl: Awgrymiadau gan oroeswr

Cyngor i bawb gan rywun sydd wedi goroesi iechyd meddwl.

Article
Mental health: Survivor suggestions article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Mental health: Survivor suggestions

Advice for everyone from our mental health survivor

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Emotion in motion: Supporting children’s understanding of different emotions through dance article icon

Education & Development 

Emotion in motion: Supporting children’s understanding of different emotions through dance

Dance is great for children's social and emotional learning. This article explores 'Dancemotion', a collaborative project led by The Open University.

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What is emotive language and why is it used? article icon

History & The Arts 

What is emotive language and why is it used?

Nigel Warburton helps us grapple with the nuts and bolts of thinking clearly, with the aim of presenting good, clear, logical arguments - in order to achieve your desired effects.

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‘Irrational emotions’ and their cognitive impenetrability article icon

History & The Arts 

‘Irrational emotions’ and their cognitive impenetrability

Raamy Majeed considers ‘irrational’ and ‘recalcitrant’ emotions and the various theories attached to these cognitive and emotional responses.

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Methods in Motion: Politics is awash with large emotions... isn't it? article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

Methods in Motion: Politics is awash with large emotions... isn't it?

In a political climate seemingly awash with powerful emotions, Emeritus Professor John Clarke suggests we should take stock of what people do as well as feel.

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