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Theatre in Description

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Course ID: WH-SP-T-I-2-Teatr-L
Erasmus code / ISCED: (unknown) / (unknown)
Course title: Theatre in Description
Name in Polish: Teatr w opisie
Organizational unit: Faculty of Humanities
Course groups: (in Polish) Przedmioty specjalizacyjne dla II roku kulturoznawstwa
ECTS credit allocation (and other scores): 4.00 Basic information on ECTS credits allocation principles:
  • the annual hourly workload of the student’s work required to achieve the expected learning outcomes for a given stage is 1500-1800h, corresponding to 60 ECTS;
  • the student’s weekly hourly workload is 45 h;
  • 1 ECTS point corresponds to 25-30 hours of student work needed to achieve the assumed learning outcomes;
  • weekly student workload necessary to achieve the assumed learning outcomes allows to obtain 1.5 ECTS;
  • work required to pass the course, which has been assigned 3 ECTS, constitutes 10% of the semester student load.

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Language: Polish
Subject level:

elementary

Learning outcome code/codes:

(in Polish) KU1_W03

KU1_W06

KU1_W15

KU1_W17

KU1_U01

KU1_U02

KU1_U8

KU1_K02

KU1_K09







Short description:

Course level: intermediate

Course aims:

Understanding contemporary theatre languages considering historical changes of conventions and the theatre poetics; obtaining the skill of analysing stage works;

using the analysis of the play as an element of reading its meaning and the base for its interpretation; ability to recognize contemporary ways of theatre communication; obtaining the knowledge about contemporary theatre criticism; acquiring the skill of writing about the theatre, the instruments of reviews and theatre criticism in Poland; obtaining the skill of reading the theatre as an expression of contemporary culture.

Prerequisites:

The student is supposed to know basic issues of the knowledge about the theatre.

Full description:

Course content:

The analysis of the stage work - description of individual elements of the performance and presenting its synthetic meaning. Contemporary theatre conventions considering their historical changes. A synthesis of the performance in the theatre - an analysis of modern means of expression (music, art, acting, costumes, literature) and their coexistence in the performance. How to read the meaning of the stage work.

Theatre as an important element of cultural discourse. Theatre life - criticism (reviews), conventions, legends - and its influence on the reception of the stage art. Poetics and characteristics of theatre reviews. Description of the performance as a form of theatre records and a testimony of the audience reception.

Methods of assessment: to receive credit: an essay with a positive mark.

Bibliography:

Sto przedstawień w opisach polskich autorów, red. Z. Raszewski, Wrocław 1993.

M. Halberda i in., „Dziady” Adama Mickiewicza w inscenizacji Konrada Swinarskiego. Opis przedstawienia, Kraków 1998.

M. Dzieduszycka, Apocalipsis cum figuris. Opis spektaklu, Kraków 1974.

P. Pavis, Słownik terminów teatralnych, przeł. S. Świontek, Wrocław 2002.

M. Carlson, Performans, przeł. E. Kubikowska, Warszawa 2007; Z. Raszewski, Teatr w świecie widowisk, Warszawa 1991; C. Balme, Wprowadzenie do nauki o teatrze, przeł. W. Dudzik i M. Leyko, Warszawa 2005; H-T, Lehman, Teatr postdramatyczny, przeł. D. Sajewska, M. Sugiera, Kraków 2004; T. Kowzan, O autonomiczności sztuki widowiskowej, [w:] Problemy teorii dramatu i teatru, pod red. J. Deglera, t. II, Wrocław 2003; D. Ratajczak, Teatralność i sceniczność, [w:] Problemy teorii dramatu i teatru, pod red. J. Deglera, Wrocław 2003, t. I; P. Brook, Pusta przestrzeń, wstęp Z. Hübner, przeł. W. Kalinowski, Warszawa 1981; P. Brook, Ruchomy punkt, przeł. E. Guderian-Czaplińska i G. Ziółkowski, Wrocław-Poznań 2004.

Efekty kształcenia i opis ECTS:

1

- know the basic terminology related to cultural anthropology

- know topics and problems specific for cultural anthropology

- have basic knowledge on major paradigms and attachments of cultural anthropology

- understand the scope of the knowledge s/he has apprehended and the need for a life-long learning

- can use different databases for searching readings specific for cultural anthropology

- can name cultural phenomenon, and use proper methods to anaile it by comparing,

- can read and analize texts of culture,

- know how participate in culture and know why ist neccesary.

ECTS - 2 points

30 h - participation in classes

15 h - participation in common theatrical performances

5 h - reading the litterature

2,5 h - writting diseratations.

Assessment methods and assessment criteria:

Essay.

Bardzo dobry – student knows modern conventions od theatre, he can adjust method of analyzis to the theatrical perfomrance and compare it with other textes of culture. He can write text in every convention of writing about theatre.

Dobry - student knows modern conventions od theatre, he can compare theatrical performance with other textes of culture. He can write text in every convention of writing about theatre.

Dostateczny – student knows modern conventions od theatre. He can write text in every convention of writing about theatre.

Niedostateczny - student don't knows modern conventions od theatre, he can't adjust method of analyzis to the theatrical perfomrance and compare it with other textes of culture. He can't write text in every convention of writing about theatre.

Practical placement:

Doesn't matter

Classes in period "Summer semester 2019/20" (past)

Time span: 2020-02-01 - 2020-09-20
Choosen plan division:


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Type of class:
Conversatorium, 30 hours more information
Coordinators: Agnieszka Smaga, Paweł Stangret, Joanna Zajkowska
Group instructors: Paweł Stangret
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - graded credit
Conversatorium - graded credit
(in Polish) E-Learning:

(in Polish) E-Learning (pełny kurs)

Type of subject:

obligatory

(in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych:

(in Polish) nie dotyczy

Short description:

Course level: intermediate

Course aims:

Understanding contemporary theatre languages considering historical changes of conventions and the theatre poetics; obtaining the skill of analysing stage works;

using the analysis of the play as an element of reading its meaning and the base for its interpretation; ability to recognize contemporary ways of theatre communication; obtaining the knowledge about contemporary theatre criticism; acquiring the skill of writing about the theatre, the instruments of reviews and theatre criticism in Poland; obtaining the skill of reading the theatre as an expression of contemporary culture.

Prerequisites:

The student is supposed to know basic issues of the knowledge about the theatre.

Full description:

Course content:

The analysis of the stage work - description of individual elements of the performance and presenting its synthetic meaning. Contemporary theatre conventions considering their historical changes. A synthesis of the performance in the theatre - an analysis of modern means of expression (music, art, acting, costumes, literature) and their coexistence in the performance. How to read the meaning of the stage work.

Theatre as an important element of cultural discourse. Theatre life - criticism (reviews), conventions, legends - and its influence on the reception of the stage art. Poetics and characteristics of theatre reviews. Description of the performance as a form of theatre records and a testimony of the audience reception.

Methods of assessment: to receive credit: an essay with a positive mark.

Bibliography:

Sto przedstawień w opisach polskich autorów, red. Z. Raszewski, Wrocław 1993.

M. Halberda i in., „Dziady” Adama Mickiewicza w inscenizacji Konrada Swinarskiego. Opis przedstawienia, Kraków 1998.

M. Dzieduszycka, Apocalipsis cum figuris. Opis spektaklu, Kraków 1974.

P. Pavis, Słownik terminów teatralnych, przeł. S. Świontek, Wrocław 2002.

M. Carlson, Performans, przeł. E. Kubikowska, Warszawa 2007; Z. Raszewski, Teatr w świecie widowisk, Warszawa 1991; C. Balme, Wprowadzenie do nauki o teatrze, przeł. W. Dudzik i M. Leyko, Warszawa 2005; H-T, Lehman, Teatr postdramatyczny, przeł. D. Sajewska, M. Sugiera, Kraków 2004; T. Kowzan, O autonomiczności sztuki widowiskowej, [w:] Problemy teorii dramatu i teatru, pod red. J. Deglera, t. II, Wrocław 2003; D. Ratajczak, Teatralność i sceniczność, [w:] Problemy teorii dramatu i teatru, pod red. J. Deglera, Wrocław 2003, t. I; P. Brook, Pusta przestrzeń, wstęp Z. Hübner, przeł. W. Kalinowski, Warszawa 1981; P. Brook, Ruchomy punkt, przeł. E. Guderian-Czaplińska i G. Ziółkowski, Wrocław-Poznań 2004.

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