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Berlin, Germany (Summer) ARCH

54123

Summer Course in Germany

Berlin, Germany (Summer) FTT

24200

Berlin Theatre Experience

Berlin, Germany (Summer) GE

24201

Intermediate German

Berlin, Germany (Summer) GE

24295

Berlin Theatre Experience

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Summer Course in Germany

Berlin Theatre Experience

Intermediate German

Berlin Theatre Experience

Course_Description The program will expose students to traditional and present day architecture in Germany. It will also give them an understanding of the urban planning principles used in developing European cities 3 today. Students will be able to work in co-operation with the local community, the local officails and organizations. This will act as an actual project process with a community planning method. This course will be an intensive introduction to, and immersion in, German theater through attendance at the annual Berlin Theatertreffen, which is a juried festival that brings together the best German theater productions of the preceding year. The festival takes place annually in early to mid-May. The course will be structured around the plays presented at the festival (schedule usually announced in early spring). As part of the course, students will read English translations of each play before they see the production and discuss the play's themes and ideas ,the staging challenges presented by the text, and the meaning of the play 3 within its social context (i.e., Germany 2005). While the course will initially be centered on the Theatertreffen, once the festival is over we will shift our attention to Berlin "fringe" and experimental theater, and attend performances at spaces like the VagantenBuhne, the Maxim-Gorki Theater, and the Hebbel am Ufer, among others, to see German experiments in multimedia and interdisciplinary performance. The theatre immersion course will last a total of three weeks; it will involve regular class meetings, regular attendance at the theatre, and post-show discussions. In addition, students will tour one or two theaters and have the In this course, students will build on and develop their communicative abilities acquired in Beginning German I and II. The four skills approach (speaking, listening, reading, writing) works 3 with authentic texts, recordings, videos, and other images. The course includes grammar review, concerted vocabulary expansion, and intensive practice.

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Summer 06

Summer 05

Summer 05

This course will be an intensive introduction to, and immersion in, German theater through attendance at the annual Berlin Theatertreffen, which is a juried festival that brings together the best German theater productions of the preceding year. The festival takes place annually in early to mid-May. The course will be structured around the plays presented at the festival (schedule usually announced in early spring). As part of the course, students will read English translations of each play before they see the production and discuss the play's themes and ideas ,the staging challenges presented by the text, and the meaning of the play 3 within its social context (i.e., Germany 2005). While the course will initially be centered on the Theatertreffen, once the festival is over we will shift our attention to Berlin "fringe" and experimental theater, and attend performances at spaces like the VagantenBuhne, the Maxim-Gorki Theater, and the Hebbel am Ufer, among others, to see German experiments in multimedia and interdisciplinary performance. The theatre immersion course will last a total of three weeks; it will involve regular class meetings, regular attendance at the theatre, and post-show discussions. In addition, students will tour one or two theaters and have the

Summer 05


								
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