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Course Synopsis The Anglo-Saxon period in English history has often been dismissed as part of the Dark Ages that swept across Europe between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Italian Renaissance. Yet, as this course shows, Anglo-Saxon kings laid the foundations of the English nation and created some of England's most cherished institutions against a constant threat of Viking invasion. This course delves into this fascinating period of English history, a period that is often ignored by school syllabuses, yet one that is crucial to understanding the events that shaped the English nation to be as it is today. Looking at such key historical figures as Alfred the Great, Aethelstan the first king of England, and chroniclers such as the Venerable Bede, this course serves as an accessible introduction to this period of English history and to the study of the medieval period that followed. What's Included? This courses consists of 4 X interactive lectures - audio recordings with accompanying presentation material - each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Our unique, on-demand, interactive delivery system means that students are able to start instantly and work through material at their own pace. The interactive format ensures that the learning process is engaging and enjoyable, with regular quizzes and exams to enable students to check that they are following the topics covered. This courses is available to start instantly online – once you've chosen the course you want to take, you can get started straight away. How Does it Work? The course is broken down into tutorials, which is an interactive presentation accompanied by an audio lecture that takes around 1 hour to complete. Each tutorial is broken down into its major topics, chapters, which are navigated via tabs at the top of the screen. This ensures that course content is broken down into bitesized educational units that are easy to digest, and also means that content is easily navigable at the pace of the student. Why Take this Course? This course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying history at university, exploring an extremely important period of British history and encountering a range of historical methods in the process. Read More

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Course Synopsis   Note: This is a preview of the course, providing access only to tutorial 1. Get the full course at learn.oraprep.com/store! The Anglo-Saxon period in English history has often been dismissed as part of the Dark Ages that swept across Europe between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Italian Renaissance. Yet, as this course shows, Anglo-Saxon kings laid the foundations of the English nation and created some of England's most cherished institutions against a constant threat of Viking invasion. This course delves into this fascinating period of English history, a period that is often ignored by school syllabuses, yet one that is crucial to understanding the events that shaped the English nation to be as it is today. Looking at such key historical figures as Alfred the Great, Aethelstan the first king of England, and chroniclers such as the Venerable Bede, this course serves as an accessible introduction to this period of English history and to the study of the medieval period that followed. What's Included? This courses consists of 4 X interactive lectures - audio recordings with accompanying presentation material - each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Our unique, on-demand, interactive delivery system means that students are able to start instantly and work through material at their own pace. The interactive format ensures that the learning process is engaging and enjoyable, with regular quizzes and exams to enable students to check that they are following the topics covered. This courses is available to start instantly online – once you've chosen the course you want to take, you can get started straight away. How Does it Work? The course is broken down into tutorials, which is an interactive presentation accompanied by an audio lecture that takes around 1 hour to complete. Each tutorial is broken down into its major topics, chapters, which are navigated via tabs at the top of the screen. This ensures that course content is broken down into bitesized educational units that are easy to digest, and also means that content is easily navigable at the pace of the student. Why Take this Course? This course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying history at university, exploring an extremely important period of British history and encountering a range of historical methods in the process. Read More

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Course Synopsis Science and religion are two domains that have laid the foundations for almost all societies across the world since the very start of civilisation. Both have developed as civilisation has progressed, with the developments in one domain often related to the developments in the other. Yet this development has not always coexisted peacefully, with many viewing the teachings of each discipline as conflicting with the other, which has often resulted in conflicts that have not always been resolved by words. Yet how do these disciplines relate today? Has science now overtaken religion as our best explanation of the world around us, or is there still room for religious belief? Can we view their relationship as being anything other than one of conflict? This course does not seek to answer questions of life, the universe, and everything from either one or other perspective: rather, it looks inwardly at the debate itself, outlining and analysing the many different answers that have been proposed by great thinkers over the centuries, as well as at how the debate is developing today with the exciting discoveries of our chaotic and quantum world. It does so with a particular focus on Christianity, though also related to the other major monotheistic religions as well as religious faith more generally. What's Included? This courses consists of 4 X interactive lectures - audio recordings with accompanying presentation material - each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Our unique, on-demand, interactive delivery system means that students are able to start instantly and work through material at their own pace. The interactive format ensures that the learning process is engaging and enjoyable, with regular quizzes and exams to enable students to check that they are following the topics covered. This courses is available to start instantly online – once you've chosen the course you want to take, you can get started straight away. How Does it Work? The course is broken down into tutorials, which is an interactive presentation accompanied by an audio lecture that takes around 1 hour to complete. Each tutorial is broken down into its major topics, chapters, which are navigated via tabs at the top of the screen. This ensures that course content is broken down into bitesized educational units that are easy to digest, and also means that content is easily navigable at the pace of the student. Why Take this Course? This course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying philosophy, theology, classics, history, or related subjects at university. Read More

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Course Synopsis Note: This is a preview of the course, providing access only to tutorial 1. Get the full course at learn.oraprep.com/store! Science and religion are two domains that have laid the foundations for almost all societies across the world since the very start of civilisation. Both have developed as civilisation has progressed, with the developments in one domain often related to the developments in the other. Yet this development has not always coexisted peacefully, with many viewing the teachings of each discipline as conflicting with the other, which has often resulted in conflicts that have not always been resolved by words. Yet how do these disciplines relate today? Has science now overtaken religion as our best explanation of the world around us, or is there still room for religious belief? Can we view their relationship as being anything other than one of conflict? This course does not seek to answer questions of life, the universe, and everything from either one or other perspective: rather, it looks inwardly at the debate itself, outlining and analysing the many different answers that have been proposed by great thinkers over the centuries, as well as at how the debate is developing today with the exciting discoveries of our chaotic and quantum world. It does so with a particular focus on Christianity, though also related to the other major monotheistic religions as well as religious faith more generally. What's Included? This courses consists of 4 X interactive lectures - audio recordings with accompanying presentation material - each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Our unique, on-demand, interactive delivery system means that students are able to start instantly and work through material at their own pace. The interactive format ensures that the learning process is engaging and enjoyable, with regular quizzes and exams to enable students to check that they are following the topics covered. This courses is available to start instantly online – once you've chosen the course you want to take, you can get started straight away. How Does it Work? The course is broken down into tutorials, which is an interactive presentation accompanied by an audio lecture that takes around 1 hour to complete. Each tutorial is broken down into its major topics, chapters, which are navigated via tabs at the top of the screen. This ensures that course content is broken down into bitesized educational units that are easy to digest, and also means that content is easily navigable at the pace of the student. Why Take this Course? This course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying philosophy, theology, classics, history, or related subjects at university. Read More

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Course Synopsis The artistic movement known as Victorian Classicism emerged in the 19th century during a period in which there was great public interest in the lost civilisations of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. The expansion of the railway system allowed people to travel further to see the ancient remnants of a classical past such as Hadrian's Wall or the popular Roman towns of Bath and Cirencester. This increased social interest and fascination with the ancient world naturally infiltrated the art world and thus the Victorian Classicism movement was born. This course will introduce you to the four major artists associated with the Victorian Classicism movement, and their most famous paintings. This course is a perfect supplement to our course on Art Historiography, and would suit anyone thinking of applying to study an art-related subject at university. What's Included? This courses consists of 4 X interactive lectures - audio recordings with accompanying presentation material - each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Our unique, on-demand, interactive delivery system means that students are able to start instantly and work through material at their own pace. The interactive format ensures that the learning process is engaging and enjoyable, with regular quizzes and exams to enable students to check that they are following the topics covered. This courses is available to start instantly online – once you've chosen the course you want to take, you can get started straight away. How Does it Work? The course is broken down into tutorials, which is an interactive presentation accompanied by an audio lecture that takes around 1 hour to complete. Each tutorial is broken down into its major topics, chapters, which are navigated via tabs at the top of the screen. This ensures that course content is broken down into bitesized educational units that are easy to digest, and also means that content is easily navigable at the pace of the student. Why Take this Course? This course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying the Victorian era at university, whether as part of a history, politics, or art course. Read More

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Course Synopsis   Note: This is a preview of the course, providing access only to tutorial 1. Get the full course at learn.oraprep.com/store! The artistic movement known as Victorian Classicism emerged in the 19th century during a period in which there was great public interest in the lost civilisations of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. The expansion of the railway system allowed people to travel further to see the ancient remnants of a classical past such as Hadrian's Wall or the popular Roman towns of Bath and Cirencester. This increased social interest and fascination with the ancient world naturally infiltrated the art world and thus the Victorian Classicism movement was born. This course will introduce you to the four major artists associated with the Victorian Classicism movement, and their most famous paintings. This course is a perfect supplement to our course on Art Historiography, and would suit anyone thinking of applying to study an art-related subject at university. What's Included? This courses consists of 4 X interactive lectures - audio recordings with accompanying presentation material - each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Our unique, on-demand, interactive delivery system means that students are able to start instantly and work through material at their own pace. The interactive format ensures that the learning process is engaging and enjoyable, with regular quizzes and exams to enable students to check that they are following the topics covered. This courses is available to start instantly online – once you've chosen the course you want to take, you can get started straight away. How Does it Work? The course is broken down into tutorials, which is an interactive presentation accompanied by an audio lecture that takes around 1 hour to complete. Each tutorial is broken down into its major topics, chapters, which are navigated via tabs at the top of the screen. This ensures that course content is broken down into bitesized educational units that are easy to digest, and also means that content is easily navigable at the pace of the student. Why Take this Course? This course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying the Victorian era at university, whether as part of a history, politics, or art course. Read More

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