Dramaturgy 4

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
204DTD4 ZK 3 1T Czech summer

Subject guarantor

Miloslav KLÍMA

Name of lecturer(s)

Jiří HAVELKA, Lukáš JIŘIČKA

Learning outcomes of the course unit

  1. Looking for a personal theme.
  2. Looking for your own means of expression.
  3. Preparing your own projects.
  4. First draft for MA level SZZ.

Mode of study

Presentational, analytical and comparative approach to individual projects. Project presentation and partial results. Presentation of the final stage form, its defense and mutual analysis with a view to the components presented in the study aims.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

  1. Creative ability.
  2. Capacity for analysis, reflection and synthesis.
  3. Knowledge of Czech and world literature on drama.
  4. Working knowledge of literature for children and young people.
  5. General knowledge of Czech and world literature.
  6. Working knowledge of graphic/plastic and musical arts.
  7. Gradually deepened knowledge of the history and theory of the theatre.
  8. The various steps in specific study levels are connected and cannot be skipped, unless an individual study plan is prepared which closes the gaps.

Course contents

Curriculum

  1. Looking for a personal theme.
  2. Looking for your own means of expression.
  3. Preparing your own projects.
  4. First draft for MA level SZZ.

Syllabus

  1. Looking for a personal theme; your own style; the type of genre; central and dominant theme.
  2. Looking for your own means of expression; capacity for self-reflection, to compare and summarise your observations, both emotional and rational.
  3. Preparing your own projects; activating the component parts; seeking stimulation.
  4. First creative draft MA level SZZ; summarising the creative and learning process used so far; formulation of conclusions.

(According to yearly plans the lecturers shall specify the works forming the basis of studies for individual steps.)

Recommended or required reading

To be specified in the annual study plans according to the creative projects selected.

Supplemented by other literature stated in the accreditation materials of the KALD DAMU study plan posted on the KALD DAMU websites.

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit and resulting grades will be awarded based on:

Note

Considering that course is lead by various instructors it is necessary to respect he minor diversions from the specific intentions of the lecturing instructor.

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