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Storytelling

Communication & Performance

 

Summer 2017 ETSU Storytelling Course Schedule

Summer Session 1
Classes meet June 12 – 30

STOR 4957/5957 Storytelling Gym (3 credits)
CRN 51964/51963
Class 9:30 am - 11:20 am MTWRF
205 Campus Center Building
Instructor: David Novak

STOR 5230 Advanced Solo Performance (3 credits)
CRN 51965
Class 1:00 pm - 3:50 pm MTWRF
205 Campus Center Building
Instructor: David Novak 

Summer Session 2
Class meets July 10-14

STOR 5830 Storytelling Institutes
CRN 51966
Class 9:00 am - 5:00 pm MTWRF
205 Campus Center Building
Instructor of Record: Delanna Reed and Guest Lecturer: Kendall Haven (Register here)


Fall 2017 ETSU Storytelling Course Schedule

August 28 – December 7, 2016 

STOR 2500 Introduction to Storytelling (3 credits) CRN 83364
TR 2:15 pm - 3:35 pm
421 Warf Pickel Hall
Instructor: Delanna Reed

STOR 3510 Oral Traditional Storytelling (3 credits) CRN 83366
TR 11:15 am - 12:35 pm
421 Warf Pickel Hall
Instructor: David Novak

STOR 4817 National Storytelling Festival Experience (1 credit) CRN 83383
Time: TBA
Instructor: David Novak

STOR 5140 Foundations of Storytelling (3 credits) CRN 83368
M 4:00 pm - 6:50
421 Warf Pickel Hall 
Instructor: Delanna Reed

STOR 5241 Practicum* (1 credit) CRN 83376
Class Time/Day TBA
Instructor: Delanna Reed

STOR 5241 Practicum* (1 credit) CRN 83378
Class Time/Day TBA 
Instructor: Delanna Reed

STOR 5241 Practicum* (1credit) CRN 83379
Class Time/Day TBA  
Instructor: Delanna Reed

STOR 5817 Natl Storytelling Festival Experience CRN 83382 
Class Time/Day TBA
Instructor: David Novak

STOR 5820 Vocal for Professionals CRN 83384
MW 1:40 pm - 3:00 pm
Warf-Pickel Hall 421
Instructor: Delanna Reed

*Capstone, Thesis, or Practicum sections must be created by permission of instructor

For more information, see Storytelling in the course catalog. 

For course descriptions and schedule, see STOR in the course catalog. 

Required Classes

Core 9 credit hours

  • SPCH 5100 Foundations of Communication
  • SPCH 5330 Communication Theory
  • MCOM 5060 Communication Ethics

Storytelling Concentration: 12 credit hours

  • STOR 5140 Foundations of Storytelling Performance
  • STOR  5890 History of Performance Traditions
  • STOR 5230 Advanced Solo Performance
  • SPCH 5300 Qualitative Research Methods or other approved research methods course

For more information, see Storytelling in the course catalog. 

For course descriptions and schedule, see STOR in the course catalog. 

Elective Classes (Up to 9 credit hours may be taken outside PCOM)

STOR 5190 Languages of Storytelling (3 credits)-- Relationships of local dialects to reading; alphabets; phonology; morphology; syntax, and semantics as related to reading; aspects of psycholinguistics which are primarily linguistic.

STOR 5200 Contemporary Issues in Storytelling (1-3 credits) — This course addresses current issues and developments in the discipline of storytelling. Subjects range from artistic and practical aspects of performance to specialized uses of storytelling in the professions. The focus is on advanced performance techniques, technological advances and/or uses of storytelling in various venues such as education, business, health occupations, etc.

STOR 5830 Storytelling Institutes (1-2 credits) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor . This course is designed to develop and refine the student's ability as a storyteller.

STOR 5840 Story Dramatization (3 credits) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor . This course provides an introduction to creative drama techniques for the classroom, the library, or in storytelling performance.

STOR 5850 Story Performance (1-3 credits) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor . This course is designed to prepare the student to perform as a storyteller. Emphasis will be placed on voice, movement, non-verbal behaviors, dialect and linguistic factors, appearance, and posture. May be repeated for a maximum of (up to) three semester hours of credit.

STOR 5860 Story Research and Creation (1-3 credits) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor. This course will research story motifs and culminate in the creation of original stories. May be repeated for a maximum of (up to) three semester hours of credit.

STOR 5870 Multicultural Storytelling (1-3 credits) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor. This course provides an overview of multicultural storytelling and an examination of the research of the impact of specific cultures on the storytelling medium. May be repeated for a maximum of (up to) three semester hours of credit.

STOR 5880 Storytelling Research and Writing (1 credit) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor . This course provides students with experiences in the creation of a storytelling journal. The seven-step process for journal completion will be studied.

STOR 5900 Independent Study (1-6 credits)

*STOR 5817 Practical Applications of Storytelling: National Storytelling Festival Experience (1 credit) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor. This course provides the student with training in planning, directing, and administering a storytelling festival. Festival activities introduce the student to various telling styles and content.

*STOR 5827 Storytelling Resource Evaluation (1-6 credit) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor. This course is designed to prepare the student to expertly evaluate storytelling resources May be repeated (fall and spring semester).

*STOR 5957 Special Topics in Storytelling (1-6 credits) — Prerequisite : Dependent on subject matter . Selected topics of current interest in reading. Offered upon sufficient demand for specific subject matter. May be repeated for different topics. Consultation with the instructor is recommended before enrollment.

*Note: Course numbers ending in "7" (i.e. STOR 4147/5147 or STOR 4957/5957) are classes available to undergraduate and graduate students at the same time. These courses may only make up a maximum of 30% of a graduate student's total program of study.

For more information, see Storytelling in the course catalog. 

For course descriptions and schedule, see STOR in the course catalog. 

Undergraduate Courses

STOR 2500 (3 credits) Introduction to Storytelling

STOR 3510 (3 credits) Oral Traditional Storytelling

STOR 4510 (3 credits) Telling Personal Stories

STOR 4647/5647 (3 credits) Applied Storytelling

STOR 4817 Practical Applications of Storytelling: National Storytelling Festival Experience (1 credit) — Prerequisite : Permission of instructor. This course provides the student with training in planning, directing, and administering a storytelling festival. Festival activities introduce the student to various telling styles and content.

STOR 4900 Independent Study (1-6 credits)

STOR 4957 Special Topics in Storytelling (1-6 credits) — Prerequisite : Dependent on subject matter . Selected topics of current interest in reading. Offered upon sufficient demand for specific subject matter. May be repeated for different topics. Consultation with the instructor is recommended before enrollment.

For more information, see Storytelling in the course catalog. 

For course descriptions and schedule, see STOR in the course catalog. 

 

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