SP 231 : Performance of Literature

Introduction to the study of literature through performance. Practice in rhetorical and literary analysis culminating in and performance of literary selections for an audience. The nature of performance criticism.

Prerequisites

Credit for ENG 100 or SP 151.

Course Outcomes

  • Use an in-depth process of written literary analysis to understand and appreciate various selections from prose, poetry and dramatic literature.
  • Utilize voice, speech and body to interpret and communicate effectively to an audience selections from prose, poetry and dramatic literature.
  • Use emotion and imagination through recall and transference to bring the literary happenings alive in a creative experience.
  • Listen critically and appreciatively to the oral presentation of various selections from prose, poetry and dramatic literature and give evaluation feedback to peers as well as analyze in writing one’s own performances.

Course Details

Discipline:

Credits:

3

Lecture Hours:

3

Designation:

DA
OC