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Date Created: 04/04/14
LTEL 170 C SHAKESPEARE CLASS SYLLABUS DaLs TuesThurs 12pm 145pm Thimann Lecture Hall Rm 1 Discussions Tuesdays 4pm 510pm Kresge Rm 323 Wednesdays 330pm 440pm Kresge Rm 323 Thursdays 830am 940am Kresge Rm 323 Required Texts Macbeth Pelican Shakespeare Titus Andronicus Pelican Shakespeare ed Russ MacDonald Richard III Pelican Shakespeare Measure For Measure Pelican Shakespeare ed Jonathan Crewe The Winter39s Tale Pelican Shakespeare ed Frances E Dolan Antony amp Cleopatra Pelican Shakespeare UquotPP quot other assigned readers available on eCommons mportant Dates Ari second week of class DiscussionSection starts Ari Reading Responses start L8 Midterm Paper Due June 11 Wednesday 9am 11am Final Proiects are due and Final Exam Midterm Paper 57 pages due at the beginning of the 6 week in class typed double spaced with numbered pages cannot be turned in at any of the Academic Services centers and in the professor39s mailbox Weeky Responses Every Tuesday you will need to turn in a brief one page minimum response to the week39s reading assignment can be a form of questions comments or observations about the plays or the secondary critical material Fim Responses There will be a short structured response paper these will be used to prompt discussions in lecture and in sections for every filmed version of a play or selected scenes we watch Fina Proiect 2 Options an 810 page paper Option 2 a final performance of a scene from one of the plays you studied either individually monologue or in a group This will be performed in front of the class during our class time final You must also submit a short paper 34 pages discussing and analyzing your chosen scene and your preparation process
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