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SPN107| Spanish for Speakers of Spanish – SPRING 2022| Prof. Darwich

SPN107| Spanish for Speakers of Spanish – SPRING 2022| Prof. Darwich

Curso diseñado para hablantes de español como lengua de herencia que quieren practicar y sentirse más cómodos usando el español como medio de expresión! Los estudiantes crean 4 proyectos distintos en los que, entre otras actividades: narran un evento significativo personal; discuten noticias actuales y describen algunas características de su comunidad; investigan y comparten información sobre los recursos comunitarios disponibles para hispanohablantes en los cinco condados de Nueva York; analizan cómo las historias familiares se relacionan con el bilingüismo. Course for speakers of Spanish as a heritage language who want to practice and feel more confident using Spanish. Students create four different projects in which they narrate a significant event in their lives; discuss current news; investigate and share information regarding their community; reflect on their family history and their relation with bilingualism.

MES 153-0901 | Script Writing | Prof. Erica Rowell | Spring 2023

MES 153-0901 | Script Writing | Prof. Erica Rowell | Spring 2023

This course focuses on writing fundamentals for visual media and specifically focuses on the short form. Students study storytelling basics such as protagonist, want, obstacles, antagonist, complication / rising action, climax, along with three-act structure, which is common to screenplays. With assignments in both fiction and non-fiction scriptwriting, the class covers such areas as: Basic research methods How to create character and story How to SHOW action, rather than TELL it How to write outlines and treatments How to format both Nonfiction A/V scripts and Fiction screenplays Learning how writing is rewriting. Designed as a workshop in which students will develop multiple drafts for the fiction and nonfiction scripts, the course also teaches how to give and receive good criticism on peers’ work. The aim of the course is to help students develop basic skills necessary to write and revise scripts for upper-level VAT production classes and beyond.

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