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FSEM 100 Belief and Unbelief

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    Rasp, Tichenor, Begalla, Staff, Croce, AndrewD.Dehnart, DanielE.Keen, DavidG.Sapp, BuellG.Epley, CynthiaC.Bennington, LloydD.Linney, PamelaCappas-Toro, MaggieHerb, Aaron Distler
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    Jul 13, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I had a lot of fun in the class. As this class was for incoming freshmen, the professor reminded students about what Stetson had to offer them. He also told students about events they could find around campus that weren't covered in orientation week.

    Course highlights:

    In this course, I learned how every hero has almost the exact same story pattern. We used the book "The Hero with 1000 Faces" and used that as the basis of storytelling. This course was fun as we could watch movies and analyze them to see how well the stories told in the film matched the outline of storytelling in the book. This class helped me with my own storytelling.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    What I needed to succeed was time for reading and putting together projects. This class was mostly text-heavy. It relied on the book "The Hero with 1000 Faces" and required that students pay attention to the story examples within the book.

    • Fall 2016
    • Aaron Distler
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