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0180 - 文討:兒少文學與表演 Seminar: Children's Literature in Performance


教育目標 Course Target

This course aims to introduce students to various aspects of performance texts aimed at both children and young adults. This course will introduce students to various forms of adaptations of children’s and young adult literature. Narratives for children will be studied in their original form and in their adapted form in animation, film, TV, theatre, and digital forms. Moreover, performance text aimed at readers across different age groups both in the past and the present will be discussed. This course also aims to introduce students to various kinds of performance works written for children and will look at performances from different traditions. The historical development of these performance forms will be discussed, covering the early theatre, cartoon and film traditions as well as later developments in theatre, TV programs, and film and digital performances. Students will learn to approach performance texts critically, applying different literary and performance theories to the texts. At the same time students will strengthen their skills in reading, analyzing and discussing these works. Students have to follow the department's guidelines regarding academic integrity. Plagiarism will result in punishment.This course aims to introduce students to various aspects of performance texts aimed at both children and young adults. This course will introduce students to various forms of adaptations of children's and young adult literature. Narratives for children will be studied in their original form and in their adapted form in animation, film, TV, theater, and digital forms. Moreover, performance text aimed at readers across different age groups both in the past and the present will be discussed. This course also aims to introduce students to various kinds of performance works written for children and will look at performances from different traditions. The historical development of these performance forms will be discussed, covering the early theater, cartoon and film traditions as well as later as theater, theater programs, TV programs, and film and digital performances. will learn to approach performance texts critically, applying different literary and performance theories to the te xts. At the same time students will strengthen their skills in reading, analyzing and discussing these works. Students have to follow the department's guidelines regarding academic integrity. Plagiarism will result in punishment.


課程概述 Course Description

This course aims to introduce students to various aspects of performance texts aimed at both children and young adults. This course will introduce students to various forms of adaptations of children’s and young adult literature. Narratives for children will be studied in their original form and in their adapted form in animation, film, TV, theatre, and digital forms. Moreover, performance text aimed at readers across different age groups both in the past and the present will be discussed. This course also aims to introduce students to various kinds of performance works written for children and will look at performances from different traditions. The historical development of these performance forms will be discussed, covering the early theatre, cartoon and film traditions as well as later developments in theatre, TV programs, and film and digital performances. Students will learn to approach performance texts critically, applying different literary and performance theories to the texts. At the same time students will strengthen their skills in reading, analyzing and discussing these works.
This course aims to introduce students to various aspects of performance texts aimed at both children and young adults. This course will introduce students to various forms of adaptations of children's and young adult literature. Narratives for children will be studied in their original form and in their adapted form in animation, film, TV, theater, and digital forms. Moreover, performance text aimed at readers across different age groups both in the past and the present will be discussed. This course also aims to introduce students to various kinds of performance works written for children and will look at performances from different traditions. The historical development of these performance forms will be discussed, covering the early theater, cartoon and film traditions as well as later as theater, theater programs, TV programs, and film and digital performances. will learn to approach performance texts critically, applying different literary and performance theories to the te xts. At the same time students will strengthen their skills in reading, analyzing and discussing these works.


參考書目 Reference Books

A selection of readings with extracts from major publications in the field of film and theatre studies and children’s literature will be provided and a large number of texts will be studied in detail (see list of references below).


A selection of readings with extracts from the major fields in film and theater studies and children's literature will be provided and a large number of texts will be studied in detail (see list of references below).


評分方式 Grading

評分項目 Grading Method 配分比例 Grading percentage 說明 Description
Final Research EssayFinal Research Essay
Final Research Essay
30
Oral Presentation EssayOral Presentation Essay
Oral Presentation Essay
20
Reading JournalsReading Journals
Reading Journals
20
Creative ProjectCreative Project
Creative Project
20
Attendance and ParticipationAttendance and Participation
Attendance and Participation
10
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學分 Credit:2-0
上課時間 Course Time:Tuesday/8,9[LAN004]
授課教師 Teacher:Mieke K. T. Desmet
修課班級 Class:外文系3,4
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