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    Baroque Gestures Activity

     

    Students learn about the importance of gestures in baroque opera through viewing and practicing them.

    Goals:

    • to teach students that baroque opera involved body movement as well as music, and that physical motion and musical material were intimately linked in the 17th and 18th centuries
    • to demonstrate how stage gesture can affect one's interpretation of an opera scene.

    Class: Music 97a: Music History and Repertory: Medieval to Baroque

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    Real Estate Investment Pitch Project

    Minute Physics Videos

    Emily Russell designed this for Physics 95: Topics in Current Research aimed towards junior and senior concentrators in Physics.  Students were encouraged to develop their skills in explaining complicated physics topics in layman’s terms through a short video presentation. This project incorporates public speaking skills and video technology like Final Cut Pro. 

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    Archive Analysis

    Students were asked to produce a multimedia and historical analysis of the archives of Saudi Aramco World. It aimed to bring historical and secondary sources alive by putting students directly in contact with primary, archival sources and asking them to critically engage with those materials.

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    Visual Essays and Makeover Parodies

    Students in Caroline Light's general education course, Sex and the Citizen, create five-minute visual essays in response to Brenda Weber's, Makeover Nation. In order to do this assignment, students must complete the assigned reading and gain familiarity with iMovie, Prezi, or PowerPoint. These visual essays or makeover parodies are meant to address issues of identity and citizenship central to the course.... Read more about Visual Essays and Makeover Parodies

    Religion & Climate Simulation

     

    A three day simulation of the Parliament of World Religions teaches students about the role of faith groups in addressing climate change.

    Goals:

    • to provide an opportunity to study religious teachings related to nature and the environment
    • to investigate ways these teachings might contribute to practical policies and actions by persons and communities of faith in the face of destructive climate change
    • to intensify the learning experience by simulating the work of delegates to a real world...
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