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Howard Community College
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Thet 216 - Contemporary Drama

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COURSE OUTLINE THET 216 Contemporary Drama Topics in Diversity 3 Credits Fine Arts Humanities and Literature Core Course HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE Description Contemporary Drama studies works written for European and American theater from 1950 until current practice Students discuss and appraise plays identify basic elements which distinguish contemporary drama from earlier periods evaluate performances of contemporary plays and study what playwrights have said about the nature of drama Students are introduced to the formalist conventions and characteristics terms and concepts and critical theory of drama in order to master skills in interpretation analysis and critical evaluation Students also discuss the impact of gender race culture and sexual orientation studies on dramatic material This course is writing intensive Prerequisite ENGL 121 NOTE Also listed as ENGL 216 Statement on General Education and Liberal Learning A liberal education prepares students to lead ethical productive and creative lives and to understand how the pursuit of lifelong learning and critical thinking fosters good citizenship General education courses form the core of a liberal education within the higher education curriculum and provide a coherent intellectual experience for all students by introducing the fundamental concepts and methods of inquiry in the areas of mathematics the physical and natural sciences the social sciences the arts and the humanities and composition This course is part of the general education core experience at Howard Community College Overall Courses Objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Evaluate live theatre effectively giving intelligent and sensitive reactions to the production as well as the literary work Identify and apply literary and theatrical terms concepts devices and characteristics Demonstrate verbally or in writing an understanding of the role of the script in theatre as it relates to dramatic



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