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We are going to become monster detectives and try to answer the following questions: What traits do most monsters share? Why are we so fascinated by them? If there are so many legends about dragons throughout history and in different cultures--did they really exist? Why do some monsters become known throughout the world (like dragons) while others quickly fade away? Do we need monsters? In this course the instructor will: Ask students to compare and contrast monsters. Ask students to...
Students will learn: cryptozoology how to compare and contrast creating arguments based on analysis & critical thinking skills biology: basic defense mechanisms in animals media literacy executive functioning skills sensitivity to other cultural mores and customs
Monsters are always fascinating to contemplate, but it's equally interesting to peel away the title of monster and see what's underneath. As a college rhetoric professor I've taught a course on Monsters & Society, so I've been researching monsters in history this past year. This class will challenge students to think about why monsters hook our attention. More importantly, students will become active learners in an attempt to figure out what these creatures might have been in our known world and how pranksters and the media can work side by side to exploit a gullible public.
Students will have handouts to print up and fill out during class. Students without a printer can also pull up the handout on their computer and fill it out without printing it.
I will provide handouts for students to use. This will help students retain and remember the material each day. We start each class with a review of the class the day before. Students will be able to earn points for their team by remembering the answers--and they can use the notes from their handout.
Students compete in two teams to see who can remember the most from yesterday’s lesson. There is a team winner at the end of each day and an overall team winner at the end of the week.
3 hours 20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
There will be a discussion of defense mechanisms used by animals at points in this class. Such methods often involve bodily fluids. Students who promptly roll over shrieking with laughter at the mention of scat or urine will have to try to contain themselves.
Leeyanne Moore MFA
Fostering creative genius--one student at a time
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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Hello everybody! I have an MFA from Syracuse University where I was a University Fellow, and BA from Smith College where I won many prizes in fiction and playwriting. I'm a published fiction author with a background in analytic philosophy and have...