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enh277: Stuff Blows Up, Day 1 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. ENH277: Stuff Blows Up; Action Genre
    MCCCD Official Course Competencies:  
    Compare multiple definitions of the term "genre."
    2. Explain how genres interact with one another.
    3. Analyze how artists employ and complicate genre and medium conventions.
    4. Illustrate how genre and medium affect the audience's experience.
    5. Distinguish the effects of medium upon genre.
    6. Summarize the subject genre's international history.
    7. Describe processes that shape genres over time.
    8. Assess the impact of culture on the subject genre and the subject genre's impact on culture.
  • 2. Genre
    Genre is a form of symbolic action: the generic organization of language, images, gesture, and sound makes things happen by actively shaping the way we understand the world.
  • 3. Action Genre
  • 4. Story Arc
  • 5. Formal Elements
    Narrative
    Status Quo
    Problem
    Obstacle #1, #2, #3
    Climax
    Resolution
    Public Storyline
    Personal Storyline
    Mise en Scene
    Settings
    Characters
    Protagonist
    Antagonist
    Editing/Pacing
    Sound
    Objects