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Last approved: Wed, 02 Nov 2016 21:04:27 GMT

Last edit: Wed, 02 Nov 2016 21:04:27 GMT

Proposal Type

Honors

Contact Information

kupfererk
Kelsey
Kupferer
KupfererK@missouri.edu
573/882-8585
Student Life
Are you submitting this proposal on behalf of an instructor?
Yes
Instructor for whom you are submitting proposal:
fishmanweaverk
Kathryn
Fishman Weaver
FishmanWeaverK@missouri.edu
573/884-9175
Mizzou K-12 Online
Subject Area’s Department Chair/Director:
bowersjd
Jerome
Bowers
bowersjd@missouri.edu
573/882-3893
Honors College

Term for Proposal

Spring 2017
 

Course Catalog Information

PRVST
Honors-General (GN_HON)
Honors-General
1030H
1
2
30
Honors Discussion Groups
Informal discussion between students and faculty on various academic topics. Graded S/U only.
 
Lecture/Standard
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only (S/U)
Honors eligibility required.
 
 
 

Instructor Information

fishmanweaverk
Kathryn
Fishman Weaver
FishmanWeaverK@missouri.edu
573/884-9175
Mizzou K-12 Online
08303778
(numbers only)
NTT Professor
312 Clark Hall
 
50

kupfererk
Kelsey
Kupferer
KupfererK@missouri.edu
573/882-8585
Student Life
14116722
(numbers only)
Adjunct Instructor
2500 MU Student Center
 
50

The Campus Writing Program conducts a two-day faculty workshop to assist with the design and implementation of your writing intensive course. Once your course proposal has been approved by the Campus Writing Program, you will receive information on time, date and location of the workshop.
Indicate below if additional instructors are planned, but specific individuals have not yet been chosen. Check all that apply

Briefly describe the qualifications of the known graduate instructors, or planned qualifications if graduate instructors are still to be selected, bearing in mind that graduate students teaching honors courses should be advanced students with a record of excellent teaching.
 

Honors Course Information

This hands-on course—designed for non-journalism majors—guides students through the process of producing radio journalism pieces by building their skills in writing, interviewing, editing, and voicing. Throughout the semester, each student will write, report, edit, and produce a four-minute feature story about a social issue that is important to them. These stories will be published online, and some will be broadcast on KBIA, our local NPR member station.

This course encourages students to explore personal identity and community social issues, and to understand how they can use storytelling as a tool for positive social change. During each class, students will engage in conversations about journalism, identity, truth, vulnerability, and empathy. Students will leave the course with hard skills in writing, editing, interviewing, using audio recording equipment, and using audio editing software.
1
Answer the questions below as they would apply to one section. For all other sections, provide similar information in the Additional Sections Information box below.
Making Waves: Exploring Social Justice through Storytelling
Thursdays
8 AM
9:50 AM
A&S
Final
Other
 
Two audio journalism projects.
10
10
 
 

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Writing Intensive Assignments


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Course Syllabus

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Administrative Information

Humanities and Arts
 
 

Acknowledgement


Additional Comments

We have LOVED teaching the course this semester. We hope we can offer it again next semester! Let us know if you need any more info from us. Also, we've loved offering 2 credits and have a 2-hour course once a week. Thanks! -Kelsey Kupferer
Patricia Luckenotte (luckenottep) (Wed, 02 Nov 2016 21:04:24 GMT): course is listed as GN_HON 1030H, 06 for Spring 2017
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