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SYLLABUS
THR 113, 114, 115
2 Semester Credit Hours B
I.
Theatre Workshop I-II-III
2 Contact Hours
Course Description
These courses provide practical experience in the production and performance of a
dramatic presentation with assignments in scenery, lighting, props, choreography, sound,
costumes, make-up, publicity, acting, directing, and other aspects of theatre.
II.
Prerequisite
None
III.
Course Textbook, Manuals, or Other Required Materials
None
IV.
Course Learning Outcomes
A.
B.
C.
V.
Outline of Course Topics
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
VI.
To work in one or more areas described in the course description.
To gain hands-on experience in a variety of technical or performance areas of the
theatre.
To learn to keep a written record, documentation, or a prompt book for the area in
which they are working.
Scenery
Lighting
Props
Choreography
Sound
Costumes
Make-up
Publicity
Acting
Directing
Methods of Instruction
A.
Supervision of their individual and collaborative work in specific areas of theatre.
B.
VII.
Demonstrate techniques for working in the specific areas in the outline of course
topics.
Evaluation and Assessment
Course Grade Assessment:
A.
The student will be graded on their collaborative work in their specific area of the
theatre. 40% of the grade will be based upon this observation.
B.
The student will be graded on their participation in class. 20% of the grade will be
based upon this participation.
C.
The student will be graded on their prompt book or other required documentation.
40% of the grade will be based upon this documentation.
D.
Grades will be given based upon A= 90-100%, B=80-89%, C=70-79%, D= 6069%, and F= below 60%
VIII. Attendance
Students are expected to attend all classes for which they are registered. Students who are
unable to attend class regularly, regardless of the reason of circumstance, should
withdraw from that class before poor attendance interferes with the student’s ability to
achieve the objectives required in the course. Withdrawal from class can affect eligibility
for federal financial aid.
IX.
Statement on Discrimination and Harassment
The College and the Alabama State Board of Education are committed to providing both
employment and educational environments free of harassment or discrimination related to
an individual’s race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, or disability. Such
harassment is a violation of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior
that constitutes harassment or discrimination will not be tolerated.
X.
Statement of Adherence to ADA Guidelines
Instructors will adhere to the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act (1973) and will publish the following statement on course outlines
given to students at the beginning of each semester: “Any individual who qualifies for
reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973) should notify the instructor immediately.”