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theleveller the uk folk revival in 2019 (330* d) RE: the uk folk revival in 2019 06 Oct 19


"I could see no mention of teaching organisational skills or encouragement to teach how to run clubs or festivals?"

Why should that be part of the course? Most Humanities degrees are non-vocational - they are about studying the subject, not how that knowledge will be applied. Application may come later, with perhaps a Masters, PGCE or whatever. My son. for example, took a History and Politics degree then went to work for Nestle and Northern Powergen. Only later did he decide to go into teaching and took his PGCE. If every degree course had to include practical ways of applying your degree you would wipe out the entire Humanities syllabus.




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