Anime Appreciation Watch Club (TV14) Group A
Welcome to the Anime Appreciation Watch Club. Every week we watch an episode of a provided anime, discuss the pros and cons of the story, art, animation, and structure, then discuss the plot with professor-directed questions.
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Do you like anime? Do you have a fascination with Japanese culture? Are you interesting in learning more about Art, Animation, and Language? Do you wonder why some shows are "good" while others are "bad"? Then you've come to the right place. Welcome to the Anime Appreciation Watch Club. Every week we watch an episode of a provided anime, discuss the pros and cons of the story, take an objective look at the art, animation, and structure. Each week we have learner-directed session topics, with...
This class is recommended for Boys and Girls, ages 13-18. This is a fun discussion group and anime watch club. But that doesn't mean we are without purpose. Students will learn important lessons while they have a voice in what to watch, discussing the content, and understanding jubjective vs objective views. Each week we have learner-directed session topics, with a structural overview on how to critically apprise art and animation, and allow students to flex their creativity in discussing the topics at hand. Suggested questions may include: What is the most interesting thing you know about the main character of this story? If you could ask the main character of this series three questions, what would you ask? Think about this anime, then finish this sentence in 3 different ways: I wonder…. Ect.
Accomplished author, historian, and all around geek, I have several years experience working with youth in and around a professional setting. I believe in the importance of listening, and the power of being heard.
No homework! Just bring a good attitude and your charming personality.
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1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
TV14. No inappropriate material will be shown. Age-appropriate anime of various types will be viewed an discussed. Please bare in mind, that most of these shows come from a culture foreign to many western audiences. As such, adult themes such as mild language, cartoon violence, and light sensual themes may occur from time to time. These instances will be used as platforms to discuss the subject matter further, and understand the differences in our cultural norms.
All material will be provided by the professor.
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Hello, My name is Sam Ford, author of the young-adult novel Spirit Sword. I have a degree in history and am deeply passionate about writing, cinema, history, geography, economics and geo-politics. My goal is to break down these subjects for my...