A survey of music theatre as an art form. It is focused primarily on the musical theatre literature to enable the beginning student to learn and appreciate more efficiently the literature that will be central to the performance classes in the major. The class places a rigorous emphasis on pitch and rhythmic identification to develop a high degree of musicianship in the beginning student, both to provide a solid basis for the classes to come and to make the performer more competitive in the musical theatre industry. The course presupposes no previous musical training or experience.
The course will give major exposure to the tools and information available and necessary for acquiring employment. Not part of a TN Transfer Pathway.
Topics included are charting financial objectives; budgeting; consumer borrowing, renting, and buying; investing; employee benefits and taxation.
Business letters, memos, e-mail, reports, and presentations, along with other projects, will be covered. Emphasis will be on organization, composition, and evaluation of communications for specific purposes, as well as style, mechanics, and grammar.
Students should consult their advisors to determine if experiential learning credit might be an option for them. The student will receive directed guidance in the development of an Experiential Learning portfolio based upon CAEL principles for which they may receive college credit based on demonstrated achievement of college-level competencies in their discipline.
Included are mathematics of trading, operating, finance, ownership and investment, and summary and analysis. Students will work as a team to research, examine and study the global business environment of a selected international economy and cultural society.
Roane State Community College will partner with an international student exchange organization so that students may travel to a selected international destination as a capstone of this class.
Topics covered include forms of business, credit management, utilizing professionals, information management, etc. Students will apply computer technology to a course-long business case. They will learn how to research the industry, create and format text, charts, and graphics for a business plan, a company logo, brochures, a company database, and computer presentations.
They will also learn how to communicate using web and cell phone technology.
Throughout the course, students will learn and apply soft skills such as problem solving, team works, and leadership. In addition, students will learn how to work with tables, mail merge, templates, and desktop publishing, as well as how to collaborate with others, and create web pages.
Students will apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to gain a comprehensive understanding of word processing applications in which they may apply to real-life tasks.
Use and design of spreadsheets for practical business applications and business problem-solving will be an integral part of this course. Students will become familiar with contract types, language and terminology applicable to relevant agencies, and acquire a basic understanding of the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
The course will survey the contracting professionals roles and responsibilities in the acquisition process from source selection through negotiation, contract management, and contract close-out.
Mission Directed Contracting will focus on leadership, problem solving, analytical, management, and negotiation skills. FAR regulations applicable to source selection, contract management, and contract close-out will be addressed. The course will focus on the techniques, processes, and strategies of contract management professionals in ensuring compliant and satisfactory contractor performance, preventing and resolving contract disputes, effecting contract changes, and providing leadership throughout the contracting process.
FAR regulations applicable to contractor performance evaluation, contract disputes, changes, subcontracts, terminations, socio-economic programs, and payments will be addressed. Of specific concern will be matters such as fair pay, safe working conditions, well-made products at fair prices and environmental issues.
It is designed to help students gain insights into specific people skills that can be used on the job to motivate people, communicate better, and create more effective teams.
It provides a basic knowledge of behavior as it relates to the way people individuals and groups act in organizations as well as the organization system itself. It encompasses a wide range of topics such as values, attitudes, perception, and ethics of individuals, motivation of individuals and groups, team building, effective communication, leadership and management, conflict and negotiation, training and development, performace appraisals, and cultural changes.
Additionally, the course will focus on both learning and applying negotiation skills in a variety of business situations to reach successful solutions.In their presentation Kostas Arvanitis and Chiara Zuanni introduced follow-on research from the Culture Metrics project, which explores and combines social media data with analysis of audience experiences.
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Theatre or theater is a collaborative form of fine art that uses live performers, typically actors or actresses, to present the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place, often a stage.
The performers may communicate this experience to the audience through combinations of gesture, speech, song, music, and. live theatre performance with HRI research methods, with the with qualitative and quantitative evaluation methods and to eventual goal of using applied theatre methods to promote the test the feasibility of conducting HRI research in this setting.
Electric Light Orchestra and Jeff Lynne -- Don't Bring Me Down An in-depth song analysis. This lesson was excerpted from the Afterschool Training Toolkit under the promising practice: Access to a live theatre performance or a video/DVD of a play; Review the major elements of a theatre review (description, analysis, interpretation).
Description refers to summarizing events of the performance.