SPCOM/THETR 123: STORYTELLING
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Course Materials

Day Class Materials Night Class Materials

Syllabus (link)

Syllabus (link)

Semester Calendar (link)
Find online notes, when projects are due, and what we will discus in class here.

Semester Calendar (link)
Find online notes, when projects are due, and what we will discus in class here.

Creating a Strong Community Includes:

Sharing honest, detailed, and constructive feedback.

Learning each other's names and our commonalities.

Sharing good ideas and supporting each other so everyone can be successful.

Accepting everyone by withholding judgments.

Material for Both Sections

Interesting Commentary on Storytelling

What The $@** Is Up On Cable These Days? (5:24 min.)

 

This American Life

Surrogates: Maul in the Family (the story I suggest listening to starts at 29:30)

 

Radio Lab

Talking to Machines (start listening at 29 min. for the story on interacting with Furby)

Extra Credit Opportunity

Coaching Project (click on this link)

Coaching List for morning class

Coaching List for night class

Class Photos

Class Photos with names

Productions in Our Area

Wintertime Tales Festival

December 10 from 6:00-7:00 pm

Featured Tellers:

Bryan C. - Sylvester and the Magic Pebble

Jenn G. - You Are Special

Elsa M. - Fang and Nugget

Racheal S. - Turkey Claus

Ryan A. - Snowman Flight

 

MJC Little Theatre - The Wind in the Willows

Dec. 5-7 at 7:30 pm & Dec. 7-8 at 2 pm

Student rate $8

Story Evaluation Forms (click on this link) Folklore Website (click on this link)

Telling Guide Grading Rubric for the personal story (click on this link)

Wintertime Storytelling Festival Guidelines

Links:  Mariposa's Storytelling Festival (March 2014)

Bay Area Storytelling Festival (May 2014)

 

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This page was last updated: 11/18/13