Student Course Evaluation

Hi Everyone,

Please take a few minutes to fill out the SALG survey, using the instructions below. I use your feedback to change the course every year, so please let me know what worked for you and what didn’t work so well. Your advice will help me make the course better for the next group of students (just as this version of the class was guided by advice from the previous students), so please be as thoughtful and as detailed as you can in your comments. Thank you in advance for your insights; I am very much looking forward to what you have to say.

I am hoping that students will complete an Evaluation for each course (if you are taking both courses please take both evaluations).

To complete the survey, you will need to:

* Go to http://www.salgsite.org/student

* Fill in your email address

* Enter the instrument number: 76129

* Provide the instrument password: mcs4480

It should take about 15 minutes to complete, perhaps more if you use the comment boxes extensively (I welcome your comments!).

The survey will be open from

Mon Nov 21, 2016 to Sat Dec 31, 2016.

The survey is completely confidential: I will know who filled out the survey, but I will not know which answers are yours.

Thanks for your help and for a wonderful class,

Anthony Collins

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HOMEWORK and DELIVERABLES

REQUIRED: Headphones, earbuds or other tool for individual listening to your laptop or phone device.  Bring to each class session.

RECOMMENDATION: Bring a laptop computer with internet access to class

RECOMMENDATION: Follow the class blogsite

RECOMMENDATION: 1-5+ hours of work outside of class each day

DAY 1

BLOGGING

pretest-questions

Some Benefits of Skillful Living


DAY 2

The influence of Radio/TV on Culture, Literacy and Education

study-questions

NGOs in Thailand 1

NGOs in Thailand 2

NGOs in Thailand 3

Example of Thai NGO website


DAY 3

Making_Waves (Book)

Making-Waves-Readings

Interviewing for Radio (Book)


DAYS 4 & 5

Listening

Becoming an Active Listener

Professional Development

4-cold-calling

4-cold-calling-activity

QUIZ 2460 INTERVIEWING (Print and take quiz)

QUIZ 2460 BLOGGING (Print and take quiz)


DAY 6-interviewing-exam


DAY 7-final-grade-essay

 

EXTRA CREDIT ESSAY  Write at least 100 words describing how the NGO you are working with could benefit from Facebook’s Audience Network, and how you propose to make that happen https://www.facebook.com/business/news/audience-network

 

EXTRA CREDIT RESEARCH

LISTEN “WAR OF THE WORLDS” A ONE HOUR RADIO DRAMA

READ about “WAR OF THE WORLDS” up to p. 11

READ Orson Welles’ “WAR OF THE WORLDS” Script

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

ETHICS and MINDFULNESS

Be a Creator, not a Complainer

Deepak Chopra leads a meditation session

Principles of Ethical Psychological Conduct as a Teacher and Learner

Some Benefits of Skillful Living

Four Noble Truths Twelve insights

Five Aggregates of Sixteen Characteristics (with web links)

List of Buddhist Lists

Little Buddha Submission Guidelines

NUTRITION

Superfoods

Nutritional Reference Guide

MISCELLANEOUS

Tips on Overcoming Procrastination

Tips on Social Media Etiquette

BLOGGING

1-Introduction-to-the-use-of WordPress-FREE-software

2-basic-blogging

2.1 Tips about-post-writing

3-four-kinds-of-blogs

4-blog-setup

5-setting-up-your-wordpress-account

5-1-post-vs-page

5-1-5-categories-vs-tags-best-practices-for-sorting-your-content

5-2-setting-up-your-wordpress-look

5-2-5-how-to-add-categories-and-subcategories-to-wordpress

5-3-blog-template-and-design-choices

5-4-creating-a-custom-menu-in-wordpress

5-5-inserting-media-files-into-your-post-copy

5-5-5-adding-a-photo-to-a-wordpress-post

5-6-how-to-make-a-hyperlink-work-in-a-pdf

5-7-blog-comment-policy

6-writing-tips

6-1-what-makes-a-good-post_

BLOGGING RESOURCES

WordPress-For-Dummies-6th-ebooksfeed.com

Blogging for Dummies

Ultimate-Blogging

how-to-start-a-blog

Getting Started with WordPress

WRITING

About Research and Writing

1-the-ten-steps-of-design

2-sundance-screenwriters-lab

3-freshman-to-senior

4-the-two-levels-of-scene-structure

5-what-is-narrative-in-film

6-What is grounded theory? A description

7-Tips about-post-writing

Exercise Briefs

1-proprioceptive-writing

2-written-collage

2-1-written-collage-exercise-brief

2-2-ppt-written-collage-presentation

Journalism Story Leads

1-identifying-story-leads

2-what-is-a-story-lead

3-examples-of-leads

4-easy-to-read-the-inverted-pyramid

5-identifying-story-leads

6-analyzing-and-writing-story-leads

7-rewriting-story-leads

Radio Writing

1-radio-writing-for-radio

2-radio-writing-a-radio-script

Script and Novel Writing

1-the-design-document-for-novel-and-screenplay-writing

1.1.-what-is-narrative-in-film

1.2-attribution

2-Ten-steps-design-for-novel-and-screenplay-writing

3-plot-the-story-goal

3-scriptwriting-brief-one-sentence-one-paragraph

4-step-3

4-1-building-a-character

4-1-character

4-2-setting

4-3-theme

5-the-two-levels-of-scene-structure-reading

How to Write a Treatment

1-How_to_write_a_treatment

2-Tips about writing a treatment

3-Script-treatment

3-1-Script-treatment

4-Sample-treatment

Templates

Scriptwriting Blank Storyboards

Scriptwriting Blank Script

Readings

effectiveness-in-writing

grounded-theory-description