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To understand what constitutes a time-sensitive assessment and see further information about this procedure, please review the Faculty of Arts Assessment extension and late assessment at: submission procedures - assessment-submission-procedures/ Resubmission of assignments The Faculty of Arts policy governing review and remarking of assessment can be found at . Please note that as per that policy, certain assessment items, including honours and graduate coursework theses and projects are not eligible for review or remark. Returning assignments AMU1304 Television studies: Forms and approaches - Semester 2 (S2-01) - 2017
13 Assignments returned in class Teaching staff will return your assignments to you in class. Feedback to you Graded assignments with comments Marked assignments will include comments. AMU1304 Television studies: Forms and approaches - Semester 2 (S2-01) - 2017
14 Unit schedule Week Activities Notes / Assessment 0 No formal assessment or activities are undertaken in week 0 1 Introduction to the unit - Welcome to Me 2 Critical Approaches to Television Texts - Buffy the Vampire Slayer 3 The TV Series and Serialisation - The Wire 4 The Sitcom: Representing Family, Gender and Sexuality - I Love Lucy, Will & Grace, Sex and the City 5 Quality Television - Game of Thrones Research Project: Tuesday 22 August 2017 @ 9.00 AM nd 6 Small Screens: Children's Television - Sesame Street and Teletubbies National Day: Thursday 31 st August 2017 7 Adult Animation - The Simpsons and Family Guy 8 Reality and Lifestyle Television - Jamie's School Dinners Malaysia Day: 16 September th 2017 9 Music Videos - Examples TBC Research Essay: Tuesday 19 th September 2017 @ 9.00 AM MID-SEMESTER BREAK 10 Television and YouTube - Examples TBC 11 Semester Overview 12 In-Class Visual Test Deepavali: Wednesday 18 th October 2017 In-Class Visual Test SWOT VAC Resources Learning resources Monash Library Unit Reading List (if applicable to the unit): AMU1304 Television studies: Forms and approaches - Semester 2 (S2-01) - 2017
15 Monash Library Unit Reading List (if applicable to the unit): Prescribed text(s) and readings Glen Creeber, The Television Genre Book , Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 978-1844572182 Required resources Students generally must be able to complete the requirements of their course without the imposition of fees that are additional to the student contribution amount or tuition fees. However, students may be charged certain incidental fees or be expected to make certain purchases to support their study. For more information about this, refer to the Higher Education Administrative Information for Providers, Chapter 18, Incidental Fees at - providers Recommended resources Other relevant texts: Gray, Jonathan and Amanda D. Lotz. . Cambridge: Polity, 2012. Television Studies Mittell, Jason. . New York: Oxford University Press, 2010. Television and American Culture Moodle All unit and lecture materials, plus other information of importance to students, are available through the Moodle site. You can access Moodle via the My.Monash Portal:

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