2 The process of identity construction 3 Social and cultural identities C

2 the process of identity construction 3 social and

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2. The process of identity construction 3. Social and cultural identities C. Communication and representation (Module 4) 1. Theories of representation 2. Semiotics, the discursive approach and the production of meaning 3. Media content and representation D. Communication and culture 1. Low- and high-context cultures (Module 5) 2. Intercultural communication (Module 6) III. Communication as critical practice: a synthesis
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COURSE COVERAGE: # of Hr s. Course Topics Course Learning Outcomes Teaching and Learning Strategies And Activities Resources /Reference s Output/s Assess-ment Methods 7.5 Hrs . I. The changing landscape of communicatio n (Module 1) A. Orality and literacy B. Traditional media, mass media, new media C. Media convergence, blurring of genres 1. Discuss the changing landscape of communication and the current issues and concerns on digital communication A. Orality and literacy B. Traditional media, mass media, new media C. Media convergence, blurring of genres - lecture on the history of communication and four theories of the press; group report on issues involving mass media and digital communication: violence in video games, pornography in the Internet, fake news versus authentic news and information on the Web, privacy of data issues, cybercrimes Module 1 and recommend ed readings in Module 1 Individual blog and Group power point presentat ion Group report will be graded using these rubrics: Content- 40 Creativity-30 Clarity-20 Observance of time limit – 10 *Each group is given only a maximum of 15 minutes to report 6 II. Frames of engagement: Theories and frameworks of communicatio n 2. Explain communication in rhetoric and its use in rhetorical situations - discussion of rhetorical situation; -watch video on killing of Lumads and mining in Lumad ancestral lands Module 2 and its recommend ed readings Rhetorica l discourse / essay/ speech Rhetorical essay rubrics for grading: Relevance of rhetorical situation- 20
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A. Communicatio n and rhetoric (Module 2) 1. The rhetorical situation 2. Political rhetoric 3. Digital rhetoric -each writes a rhetorical essay and delivers it to the class Rhetorical devices used – 30 Strength of argument- 30 Manner of
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