Created by:  The University of Melbourne

  • Peter McPhee

    Taught by:  Peter McPhee, Honorary, Melbourne Graduate School of Education

LevelBeginner
Commitment6 weeks of study, 4-6 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.8 stars
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 157 ratings

Engaging. It is clear that the professor has a passion for the subject which makes all the difference.

This is an excellent course. Professor McPhee's lecture style is very relaxed and engaging, and the visual aids - whether texts or works of art of the period - are great. Do not be put off by the 1000 word essay at the end, as by the time you have finished all of the lectures and readings, the topic will be clear in your mind.

Excellent course combining structured information, insight, and captivating presentation. Helpful reading material. Interesting visuals. Not being a native English speaker, I really appreciated Professor McPhee's clear and well articulated speach (for the very few words I couldn't grasp, the complete scripts provided a back up).

A very good course very pedagogic and summarizing so well this time of changes for the French history.