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LIT 50
Principles of Storytelling

3 Unit(s)

Examines the processes by which storytelling makes human experience intelligible. Students will analyze the various narrative devices through which stories are constructed across a variety of media and in real-world applications, interpret the meanings that result from different kinds of storylines, and evaluate how effectively storytelling shapes and influences understanding and cognition. Students will review how narrative operates in business case studies as well as in works of fiction and non-fiction as they develop a framework for broad, integrative learning, critical thinking and communication skills. Prerequisite: English 1A or equivalent.

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