I will be exploring the different ways that King James I was seen such as a scholar, a king and ruler, a Peace-maker, a Father, both literally and metaphorically and as a bisexual. I will be using new historicism to analyse all of these plays, texts, and concepts. Although there are difficulties in finding some meaty sources due to the wide variety of texts available, I believe that by using new historicism I will be able to do so to the best of my abilities which are currently becoming enhanced by my research.
My methodology in finding the texts I am using has been through the help and guidance of my tutor, and by searching electronic...
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...e, Acknowledgements, Abstract, contents page and Appendices. As with every assignment I do, I will be completing my reference list as I write the main body of my dissertation.
In terms of Employability and Skills, I believe I have both obtained and developed many abilities. In the future I want to become a Secondary school English Teacher.
The top list is of skills I have obtained which will help me during my future career. As you can see these are mostly based around planning and teaching lessons. The bottom list is of skill I have obtained and developed which will help me in both my academic and personal life. Self-Motivation was something which I have had trouble with in the past, however, through my love of to-do lists, I have found I am able to complete tasks I set myself, this will help me also when I become a teacher and have to create lessons and activities.
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