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|Unit chair:||L Rutherford|
|Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications.|
Young people engage with multimodal narratives across a range of genres – stories that are heard, read, performed, screened, and interacted with. The first children’s literature was adapted, and often appropriated, from texts for adults: tales, romances or plays. Building on the study of narrative and genre from earlier units, this unit examines the transformation of texts within and across media, including adaptations of Shakespeare, picture books, graphic and prose novels, film and digital media texts. It introduces students to concepts such as fidelity, media specificity of narrative techniques, cultural context, cross-writing for broader audiences, and multimodal engagement. In addition, it provides students with techniques for critiquing these texts, their narrative discourse, marketing, and role in pedagogical, as well as entertainment, contexts.
Exercise, 1500 words 40%
Creative Exercise/Exegesis, 2000 words 50%
Class participation (on campus) 10% OR Online Participation (off campus) 10%
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