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Really enjoyed this subject. The assessments were a good combination of testing subject content and allowing you to get creative/include your own personal experiences.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
Wish I could give this subject 3.5 stars. Not sure what else has changed but this subject is now called music in everyday life. The good things about this subject were that each week had a different lecturer who focused on a different aspect on the role of music in everyday life. It also had a low workload. The quizzes were also really easy to do well in with the last one being a bit harder so watch The tutorial before attempting it! The other 2 assessments were an essay and piece of writing, and I found them to be quite vague in terms of instructions so often I felt a bit lost on whether I was doing the right thing. The tutor heather though was fantastic and you could organise a 10-15 minute consultation with her each week to ask questions about the assignment, and I’d strongly recommend going to these. Not the best subject I’ve ever done because the ambiguity of the assessments was really hard to work around, but still touched on some interesting areas and would be really good for anyone who has engaged in music during their life because the final essay is a reflective one, just make sure you’ve had experience writing academic essays before!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020
very interesting subject, would definitely recommend for breadth. the lecturers were all great and the content was really interesting. it doesn't have an exam which is pretty nice and it really makes you think about the music you like.