Graduate Preparatory Work 3

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
107PDPR3 Z 15 Czech winter

Subject guarantor

Lucie DERCSÉNYIOVÁ, Dorota GREMLICOVÁ, Lucie HOLÁNKOVÁ, Václav JANEČEK, Andrea OPAVSKÁ, Adéla POLLERTOVÁ, Sara Maria PUCHOWSKA

Name of lecturer(s)

Lucie DERCSÉNYIOVÁ, Bohumíra ELIÁŠOVÁ, Marie FRIČOVÁ, Dorota GREMLICOVÁ, Lucie HOLÁNKOVÁ, Václav JANEČEK, Helena KAZÁROVÁ, Jan KODET, Jiří LÖSSL, Elvíra NĚMEČKOVÁ, Andrea OPAVSKÁ, Libuše OVSOVÁ, Adéla POLLERTOVÁ, Sara Maria PUCHOWSKA, Daniela STAVĚLOVÁ, Daniel WIESNER

Learning outcomes of the course unit

This course should provide students with a foundation for creating the master's writing or possibly choreographic work. The third semester is primarily work on design of the writing/work and development of acquired material in relation to further studied writings and works (critique of sources and their analysis, investigation of methodological approach, work on the choreography writing).

Mode of study

This course takes places as a individual consultations between the student and bachelor's thesis advisor in which the topic of the work, source material, methodology concept, analytical tools and conclusions are discussed. The work will also contain a choreography section for choreography studies.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

No requirements.

Course contents

Topic consultations managing the topice of the master's thesis. Generally work with all types of source forms (live movement, film and photo recordings of dance, writings, iconographic and mass resources), analysis methods and presentation of facts, conceptual rules and correction of a professional writing, etc. In preparation of a choreographic work there is the selection of topic, creation of movement material and its structuring, and creation of the overall choreography concept. The second phase is primarily working on one's text/work and a review of the procedures in cooperating with the advisor.

Recommended or required reading

Eco, Umberto: Jak napsat diplomovou práci, Votobia 1997.

Fukač, Jiří; Poledňák, Ivan: Úvod do studia hudební vědy, Olomouc 2005.

Stopy tance. Taneční prameny a jejich interpretace, AMU Praha 2007.

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit is awarded based on:

consistency and intensity of contact with the advisor

consultation preparations

systematic work procedures, work quality

During the semester consistent work on the topic is required. The work content is the object of grading.

Course web page

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Note

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Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

The subject is a part of the following study plans