Contextual Studies III
East 15 Acting School
Undergraduate: Level 6
Thursday 03 October 2019
Friday 26 June 2020
26 June 2019
Requisites for this module
BA W411 Acting,
BA W83A Acting (International)
The module concentrates on contemporary theatre. Students are encouraged to reflect on their course experiences and training and to prepare themselves for further professional and cultural challenges after graduation. You will use the research and writing skills you have learned in years one and two to consider new ideas in greater depth and to develop the ability to express arguments through a process supported by relevant research and source materials. This
process will culminate in the third term when you will present your Personal Development Journal.
To encourage students to:
- Reflect on the training process and preparation for the professional theatre
- Research an area of personal interest in depth
- Participate in fully group discussion
- Analytical approach to subject matter set
- Substantial evidence of research to support arguments/ideas
- Effective use of language in written work and presentations
- Ability to express well-structured ideas and arguments
No additional information available.
- Normally 2 hours of Contextual Studies lectures, seminars or tutorials per week except during acting priority weeks
- Students are expected to use independent study for research, class preparation and for producing/preparing assignments.
- Learning will be supported by appropriate screenings.
- Formative feedback and tutor comments on essay and presentation evaluation reports
This module does not appear to have a published bibliography.
Module supervisor and teaching staff
Zois Pigadas and Eirini Kartsaki
No external examiner information available for this module.
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No lecture recording information available for this module.
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