By the time they graduate, students will demonstrate expertise in:
- Critical Synthesis
Students synthesize the critiques of others for revision of their own work.
- Communication and Collaboration
- give constructive feedback to peers.
- communicate skillfully and responsibly with mentors.
- express themselves effectively in front of a group.
- Where applicable, communication/collaboration extends to production processes in which students assign roles, participate at rehearsals or shoots, and emerge with a draft of theatre or film work.
- Creativity in Context
- manifest a personal approach to the techniques of linear and nonlinear dramatic writing.
- contextualize their own choices within or in reference to dramatic and/or cinematic literary history and theory.
- acquire a deep understanding of dramatic structure and develop the ability through practice to communicate thought and theme within the dramatic storytelling form.
Updated Dec. 22, 2015
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