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6 Stages of Diagnostics, Part 1 - Introduction

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Electrical Diagnosis | 6 Stages of Diagnostics | UKOER | Motor Vehicle Apprentice | ILRforSkills | Stage 5 Rectify | ilrforskills | Stage 6 Check | Stage 4 Test | Introduction | ABS Fault diagnostics | Stage 3 Evaluate | Stage 2 Collect | Stage 1 Verify | Digital Multimeter | motor vehicle apprenticeship

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21M.734 Lighting Design for the Theatre (MIT) 21M.734 Lighting Design for the Theatre (MIT)

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This class explores the artistry of Lighting Design. Students gain an overall technical working knowledge of the tools of the trade, and learn how, and where to apply them to a final design. However essential technical expertise is, the class stresses the artistic, conceptual, collaborative side of the craft. The class format is a "hands on" approach, with a good portion of class time spent in a theatre. This class explores the artistry of Lighting Design. Students gain an overall technical working knowledge of the tools of the trade, and learn how, and where to apply them to a final design. However essential technical expertise is, the class stresses the artistic, conceptual, collaborative side of the craft. The class format is a "hands on" approach, with a good portion of class time spent in a theatre.

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Lighting | Lighting | Design | Design | Theatre | Theatre | Stagecraft | Stagecraft | Technical | Technical | Stage | Stage | Production | Production | Theater | Theater | theatrical lighting design | theatrical lighting design | Boston theater | Boston theater | theater architecture | theater architecture | written script analysis | written script analysis | plot | plot | paperwork | paperwork | theoretical design | theoretical design | spatial adaptation | spatial adaptation | artistry | artistry | storyboards | storyboards

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21M.734 Lighting Design for the Theatre (MIT) 21M.734 Lighting Design for the Theatre (MIT)

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This class explores the artistry of Lighting Design. Students gain an overall technical working knowledge of the tools of the trade, and learn how, and where to apply them to a final design. However essential technical expertise is, the class stresses the artistic, conceptual, collaborative side of the craft. The class format is a "hands on" approach, with a good portion of class time spent in a theatre. This class explores the artistry of Lighting Design. Students gain an overall technical working knowledge of the tools of the trade, and learn how, and where to apply them to a final design. However essential technical expertise is, the class stresses the artistic, conceptual, collaborative side of the craft. The class format is a "hands on" approach, with a good portion of class time spent in a theatre.

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Lighting | Lighting | Design | Design | Theatre | Theatre | Stagecraft | Stagecraft | Technical | Technical | Stage | Stage | Production | Production | Theater | Theater | theatrical lighting design | theatrical lighting design | Boston theater | Boston theater | theater architecture | theater architecture | written script analysis | written script analysis | plot | plot | paperwork | paperwork | theoretical design | theoretical design | spatial adaptation | spatial adaptation | artistry | artistry | storyboards | storyboards

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6 Stages of Diagnostics, Part 6 - Stage 5 Rectify and Stage 6 Check

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ABS Sensor | Anti-lock brake system | Multimeter | Multi metre | Sensor function | Sensor | Wheel | Inspection Lamp | Wheel speed sensor | ILRforSkills | Retest | Rectify | ABS Fault diagnostics | Electrical Diagnosis | Stage 6 | Stage 5 | 6 Stages of Diagnostics | Motor Vehicle Apprentice | UKOER | Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles | Cars | manufacturer's specification | Equipment | Motor Vehicle | Diagnostic fault | Fixing the fault | correctly torqued | new component | Testing | Electronic Control Unit | permanent fault | Model number. | manufacturers’ specification | Diagnostic equipment | VIN | vehicle identification number | registration number | Processing information | LV08

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6 Stages of Diagnostics, Part 3- Stage 2, Collect

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ILRforSkills | Collect | Stage Two | Motor Vehicle Apprentice | ABS Fault diagnostics | Stage 2 | motor vehicle apprenticeship | Electrical Diagnosis | 6 Stages of Diagnostics | UKOER | VIN | LV08 | Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles | registration number | Processing information | Cars | Diagnostic Fault | Equipment | Motor Vehicle | Collecting Further Information | ECU information | ECU | EOBD diagnostic connector | 16 pin diagnostic socket | 16 pin diagnostic connector | permanent fault | Model number | manufacturer's specification | Diagnostic equipment | vehicle identification number

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6 Stages of Diagnostics, Part 2 - Stage 1, Verify

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vehicle identification number | Vehicle Details | ILRforSkills | Electrical Diagnosis | motor vehicle apprenticeship | Motor Vehicle Apprentice | Stage 1 | Motor Vehicle | ABS Fault diagnostics | Stage One | ilrforskills | one off fault | Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles | Customer Details | Talking to the customer | Verify the Fault | Diagnostic path | UKOER | LV08 | Processing information | 6 Stages of Diagnostics | VIN | registration number | Discuss with the customer | Fault | A permanent fault | An intermittent fault | one-off fault | Verify | Equipment

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21M.734 Design For the Theater - Scenery (MIT) 21M.734 Design For the Theater - Scenery (MIT)

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This course examines scenic design as practiced currently and historically, including the use of performance space in western and other cultures, and the audience-performer relationship. Four plays and/or one act operas are designed, accompanied by a study of the social, political and artistic conditions attendant upon their creation and their relevance to a modern audience. Students develop, present and orally defend designs in a variety of two- and three-dimensional media in open studio with an eye to developing a self-critical ability. The final project is a fifth design of the student's choice, consisting of a written concept statement, script analysis and a colored model or renderings. This course examines scenic design as practiced currently and historically, including the use of performance space in western and other cultures, and the audience-performer relationship. Four plays and/or one act operas are designed, accompanied by a study of the social, political and artistic conditions attendant upon their creation and their relevance to a modern audience. Students develop, present and orally defend designs in a variety of two- and three-dimensional media in open studio with an eye to developing a self-critical ability. The final project is a fifth design of the student's choice, consisting of a written concept statement, script analysis and a colored model or renderings.

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Design | Design | Theater | Theater | Scenery | Scenery | Stagecraft | Stagecraft | Culture | Culture | Play | Play | Script | Script | Set | Set | Prop | Prop | Costume | Costume | Act | Act | scenic design | scenic design | performance space | performance space | audience | audience | performers | performers | plays | plays | operas | operas | one acts | one acts | open studio | open studio | concept statements | concept statements | script analysis | script analysis | models | models | renderings | renderings | props | props | costumes | costumes | sets | sets

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9.56J Abnormal Language (MIT) 9.56J Abnormal Language (MIT)

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Introduction to the linguistic study of language pathology, concentrating on experimental approaches and theoretical explanations. Discussion of Specific Language Impairment, autism, Down syndrome, Williams syndrome, normal aging, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, hemispherectomy and aphasia. Focuses on the comparison of linguistic abilities among these syndromes, while drawing clear comparisons with first and second language acquisition. Topics include the lexicon, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Relates the lost linguistic abilities in these syndromes to properties of the brain. Introduction to the linguistic study of language pathology, concentrating on experimental approaches and theoretical explanations. Discussion of Specific Language Impairment, autism, Down syndrome, Williams syndrome, normal aging, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, hemispherectomy and aphasia. Focuses on the comparison of linguistic abilities among these syndromes, while drawing clear comparisons with first and second language acquisition. Topics include the lexicon, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Relates the lost linguistic abilities in these syndromes to properties of the brain.

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linguistics | linguistics | abnormal language | abnormal language | syntax | syntax | language acquisition | language acquisition | binding theory | binding theory | finiteness | finiteness | syntactic theory | syntactic theory | language lateralization | language lateralization | hemispherectomies | hemispherectomies | aphasia | aphasia | language loss | language loss | syntactic working memory | syntactic working memory | comprehension | comprehension | Extended Optional Infinitive Stage | Extended Optional Infinitive Stage | syntactic movement | syntactic movement | animal communication | animal communication | EOI stage | EOI stage | Williams syndrome | Williams syndrome | language processing | language processing | 9.56 | 9.56 | 24.907 | 24.907

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21M.734 Design for the Theater: Scenery (MIT) 21M.734 Design for the Theater: Scenery (MIT)

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This course will examine theory of scenic design as currently practiced, as well as historical traditions for use of performance space and audience/performer engagement. Four play scripts and one opera or dance theater piece will be designed after in-depth analysis; emphasis will be on the social, political and cultural milieu at the time of their creation, and now. This course will examine theory of scenic design as currently practiced, as well as historical traditions for use of performance space and audience/performer engagement. Four play scripts and one opera or dance theater piece will be designed after in-depth analysis; emphasis will be on the social, political and cultural milieu at the time of their creation, and now.

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Design | Design | Theater | Theater | Scenery | Scenery | Stagecraft | Stagecraft | Culture | Culture | Play | Play | Script | Script | Set | Set | Prop | Prop | Costume | Costume | Act | Act | scenic design | scenic design | performance space | performance space | audience | audience | performers | performers | plays | plays | operas | operas | one acts | one acts | open studio | open studio | concept statements | concept statements | script analysis | script analysis | models | models | renderings | renderings | props | props | costumes | costumes | sets | sets

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21M.735 Technical Design: Scenery, Mechanisms, and Special Effects (MIT) 21M.735 Technical Design: Scenery, Mechanisms, and Special Effects (MIT)

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This class looks at the special structural and practical needs of theatrical scenery and effects and how they can be constructed. We map the technical design process from initial meetings to realization on stage. The class emphasizes safety, budgeting, and problem solving. Ten 1-3 page Tech notes are required as well as a final project. Work includes actual production assignments as well as paper design projects. This class looks at the special structural and practical needs of theatrical scenery and effects and how they can be constructed. We map the technical design process from initial meetings to realization on stage. The class emphasizes safety, budgeting, and problem solving. Ten 1-3 page Tech notes are required as well as a final project. Work includes actual production assignments as well as paper design projects.

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Technical | Technical | Design | Design | Theater | Theater | Scenery | Scenery | Stage | Stage | Theatre | Theatre | Production | Production | Lighting | Lighting | Rigging | Rigging | Flats | Flats | Drops | Drops | Structure | Structure | Pyrotechnics | Pyrotechnics | Atmospherics | Atmospherics | Special Effects | Special Effects

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Econometrics Econometrics

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This course introduces the student into the use of quantitative techniques aimed at the empirical analysis of causal relationships between economic variables. The main tool is the linear regression model, which is discussed both at the theoretical and at the applied level. The course emphasizes the empirical analysis, for which it uses real economic data and open econometric software. This course introduces the student into the use of quantitative techniques aimed at the empirical analysis of causal relationships between economic variables. The main tool is the linear regression model, which is discussed both at the theoretical and at the applied level. The course emphasizes the empirical analysis, for which it uses real economic data and open econometric software.

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Two-Stage Least Squares | Two-Stage Least Squares | Causal effect | Causal effect | TSLS | TSLS | Heteroskedasticity | Heteroskedasticity | Qualitative variables | Qualitative variables | Fundamentos del Analisis Economico | Fundamentos del Analisis Economico | OLS | OLS | a y Derecho | a y Derecho | Endogeneity | Endogeneity | Time series | Time series | IV | IV | a | a | n de Empresas | n de Empresas | Autocorrelation | Autocorrelation | Linear regression | Linear regression | 2SLS | 2SLS | Instrumental variables | Instrumental variables | Grado en Finanzas y Contabilidad | Grado en Finanzas y Contabilidad | Economia Aplicada | Economia Aplicada | Conditional mean | Conditional mean | Robust inference | Robust inference | 2012 | 2012 | Ordinary Least Squares | Ordinary Least Squares

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6 Stages of Diagnostics, Part 4 - Stage 3, Evaluate

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Electronic Control Unit | Scanner | Right hand front wheel speed sensor | Read fault codes | Fault Codes | VIN number | ILRforSkills | Evaluate | Stage 3 | Motor Vehicle | ABS Fault diagnostics | motor vehicle apprenticeship | Motor Vehicle Apprentice | Electrical Diagnosis | 6 Stages of Diagnostics | UKOER | vehicle identification number | LV08 | Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles | registration number | Processing information | Cars | Diagnostic fault | Equipment | Automotive | Evaluating Information | ECU information | ECU | EOBD diagnostic connector | 16 pin diagnostic socket | 16 pin diagnostic connector | permanent fault | Model number | manufacturer's specification | Diagnostic equipment | VIN

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21L.703 Studies in Drama: Stoppard and Churchill (MIT) 21L.703 Studies in Drama: Stoppard and Churchill (MIT)

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What is the interplay between an event and its "frames"? What is special and distinctive about stage events? How and why do contemporary dramatists turn back in time for their settings, models, and materials? How do they play with this material to create performance pieces of importance and delight for modern audiences? How do they create distinct, fresh perspectives using the stage in an era of mass and multi-media? What is the implied audience for these plays, and how does that clash or coincide with actual audience expectations and responses? What information do we "need to know," and what do we need to know that is not information? If words circulate, can meaning be stable? What is the relationship between pleasure and responsibility? What are the politics of stagecraft in our time What is the interplay between an event and its "frames"? What is special and distinctive about stage events? How and why do contemporary dramatists turn back in time for their settings, models, and materials? How do they play with this material to create performance pieces of importance and delight for modern audiences? How do they create distinct, fresh perspectives using the stage in an era of mass and multi-media? What is the implied audience for these plays, and how does that clash or coincide with actual audience expectations and responses? What information do we "need to know," and what do we need to know that is not information? If words circulate, can meaning be stable? What is the relationship between pleasure and responsibility? What are the politics of stagecraft in our time

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Contemporary literature | Contemporary literature | Drama | Drama | Stoppard | Stoppard | Churchill | Churchill | Play | Play | British | British | Text analysis | Text analysis | Stagecraft | Stagecraft | Writer | Writer | History | History | Politics | Politics | Culture | Culture | Performance | Performance | Comedy | Comedy | 21M.616 | 21M.616

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21M.734 Lighting Design for the Theatre (MIT)

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This class explores the artistry of Lighting Design. Students gain an overall technical working knowledge of the tools of the trade, and learn how, and where to apply them to a final design. However essential technical expertise is, the class stresses the artistic, conceptual, collaborative side of the craft. The class format is a "hands on" approach, with a good portion of class time spent in a theatre.

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Lighting | Design | Theatre | Stagecraft | Technical | Stage | Production | Theater | theatrical lighting design | Boston theater | theater architecture | written script analysis | plot | paperwork | theoretical design | spatial adaptation | artistry | storyboards

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21M.734 Lighting Design for the Theatre (MIT)

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This class explores the artistry of Lighting Design. Students gain an overall technical working knowledge of the tools of the trade, and learn how, and where to apply them to a final design. However essential technical expertise is, the class stresses the artistic, conceptual, collaborative side of the craft. The class format is a "hands on" approach, with a good portion of class time spent in a theatre.

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Lighting | Design | Theatre | Stagecraft | Technical | Stage | Production | Theater | theatrical lighting design | Boston theater | theater architecture | written script analysis | plot | paperwork | theoretical design | spatial adaptation | artistry | storyboards

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21L.703 Studies in Drama: Stoppard and Churchill (MIT)

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What is the interplay between an event and its "frames"? What is special and distinctive about stage events? How and why do contemporary dramatists turn back in time for their settings, models, and materials? How do they play with this material to create performance pieces of importance and delight for modern audiences? How do they create distinct, fresh perspectives using the stage in an era of mass and multi-media? What is the implied audience for these plays, and how does that clash or coincide with actual audience expectations and responses? What information do we "need to know," and what do we need to know that is not information? If words circulate, can meaning be stable? What is the relationship between pleasure and responsibility? What are the politics of stagecraft in our time

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Contemporary literature | Drama | Stoppard | Churchill | Play | British | Text analysis | Stagecraft | Writer | History | Politics | Culture | Performance | Comedy | 21M.616

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9.56J Abnormal Language (MIT)

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Introduction to the linguistic study of language pathology, concentrating on experimental approaches and theoretical explanations. Discussion of Specific Language Impairment, autism, Down syndrome, Williams syndrome, normal aging, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, hemispherectomy and aphasia. Focuses on the comparison of linguistic abilities among these syndromes, while drawing clear comparisons with first and second language acquisition. Topics include the lexicon, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Relates the lost linguistic abilities in these syndromes to properties of the brain.

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linguistics | abnormal language | syntax | language acquisition | binding theory | finiteness | syntactic theory | language lateralization | hemispherectomies | aphasia | language loss | syntactic working memory | comprehension | Extended Optional Infinitive Stage | syntactic movement | animal communication | EOI stage | Williams syndrome | language processing | 9.56 | 24.907

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DF5534 Children and Young People with Additional Support Needs

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This pack contains PDF and MS Word versions of the Tutor's Support Pack for this unit. Outcome 1: Investigate the meaning of the term additional support needs. Outcome 2: Investigate a range of additional support needs which may require the provision of additional support. Outcome 3: Investigate the types of additional support required by children and young people experiencing a range of additional support needs.

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DF55 34 | Basic Needs of Children | Examining Attitudes | Views and Feelings | Defining Disability | Changing Needs | Inclusive Education | Stages of Emotional Reaction | Cerebral Palsy | Dyspraxia | Autistic Spectrum Disorders | Families and their Needs | P: Health Care/Medicine/Health and Safety | SAFETY | SCQF Level 7

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DE3T34 HNC Business Graded Unit 1

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This is the Tutor's Support Pack for this graded unit. The HN Business Graded Unit 1 is designed to provide evidence that students have achieved the following aims of the HNC Business: • Provide the skills required by employers in business organisations. • Develop and apply business knowledge and skills in an integrated manner to the analysis of business situations. • Build on previously acquired skills. • Adopt an innovative and creative approach to your work and be responsive to the challenges posed by changes in the business environment.

Subjects

Stagecoach PLC | Marketing: An Introduction (DE3C 34) | Economic Issues: An Introduction (DE3A 34) | Business Accounting (DE39 34) | Managing People and Organisations (DE3D 34) | DE3T 34 | SCQF Level 7

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DH3D35 Software Development: Relational Database Systems

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The unit is designed to enable you to: • understand the manipulation of normalised data structures • apply this knowledge in the design and use of relational database systems • solve problems, and synthesise and evaluate solutions within the discipline of relational database systems. This unit is suitable for candidates wishing to specialise in the design and implementation of solutions based on relational information systems. Outcomes There are five outcomes in this unit:: 1. Explain the terminology and techniques used in the design of relational information systems. 2. Create a relational database design from user requirements. 3. Describe the issues involved in implementing a relational database system. 4. Implement structures and manipulate data in a relational database managemen

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DH3D 35 | Data storage | Flat-file V normalised databases | Stages of creating a database | Data analysis | normalisation | Un-normalised form table | Data model | Object-oriented DBMS | Structured query language | SQL*Plus interactive environment | Data definition language (DDL) | Data manipulation language (DML) | SQL – data control language (DCL | SCQF Level 8

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21L.703 Studies in Drama: Stoppard and Churchill (MIT)

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What is the interplay between an event and its "frames"? What is special and distinctive about stage events? How and why do contemporary dramatists turn back in time for their settings, models, and materials? How do they play with this material to create performance pieces of importance and delight for modern audiences? How do they create distinct, fresh perspectives using the stage in an era of mass and multi-media? What is the implied audience for these plays, and how does that clash or coincide with actual audience expectations and responses? What information do we "need to know," and what do we need to know that is not information? If words circulate, can meaning be stable? What is the relationship between pleasure and responsibility? What are the politics of stagecraft in our time

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Contemporary literature | Drama | Stoppard | Churchill | Play | British | Text analysis | Stagecraft | Writer | History | Politics | Culture | Performance | Comedy | 21M.616

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21M.734 Design For the Theater - Scenery (MIT)

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This course examines scenic design as practiced currently and historically, including the use of performance space in western and other cultures, and the audience-performer relationship. Four plays and/or one act operas are designed, accompanied by a study of the social, political and artistic conditions attendant upon their creation and their relevance to a modern audience. Students develop, present and orally defend designs in a variety of two- and three-dimensional media in open studio with an eye to developing a self-critical ability. The final project is a fifth design of the student's choice, consisting of a written concept statement, script analysis and a colored model or renderings.

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Design | Theater | Scenery | Stagecraft | Culture | Play | Script | Set | Prop | Costume | Act | scenic design | performance space | audience | performers | plays | operas | one acts | open studio | concept statements | script analysis | models | renderings | props | costumes | sets

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21M.734 Design for the Theater: Scenery (MIT)

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This course will examine theory of scenic design as currently practiced, as well as historical traditions for use of performance space and audience/performer engagement. Four play scripts and one opera or dance theater piece will be designed after in-depth analysis; emphasis will be on the social, political and cultural milieu at the time of their creation, and now.

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Design | Theater | Scenery | Stagecraft | Culture | Play | Script | Set | Prop | Costume | Act | scenic design | performance space | audience | performers | plays | operas | one acts | open studio | concept statements | script analysis | models | renderings | props | costumes | sets

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21M.735 Technical Design: Scenery, Mechanisms, and Special Effects (MIT)

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This class looks at the special structural and practical needs of theatrical scenery and effects and how they can be constructed. We map the technical design process from initial meetings to realization on stage. The class emphasizes safety, budgeting, and problem solving. Ten 1-3 page Tech notes are required as well as a final project. Work includes actual production assignments as well as paper design projects.

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Technical | Design | Theater | Scenery | Stage | Theatre | Production | Lighting | Rigging | Flats | Drops | Structure | Pyrotechnics | Atmospherics | Special Effects

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9.56J Abnormal Language (MIT)

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Introduction to the linguistic study of language pathology, concentrating on experimental approaches and theoretical explanations. Discussion of Specific Language Impairment, autism, Down syndrome, Williams syndrome, normal aging, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, hemispherectomy and aphasia. Focuses on the comparison of linguistic abilities among these syndromes, while drawing clear comparisons with first and second language acquisition. Topics include the lexicon, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Relates the lost linguistic abilities in these syndromes to properties of the brain.

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linguistics | abnormal language | syntax | language acquisition | binding theory | finiteness | syntactic theory | language lateralization | hemispherectomies | aphasia | language loss | syntactic working memory | comprehension | Extended Optional Infinitive Stage | syntactic movement | animal communication | EOI stage | Williams syndrome | language processing | 9.56 | 24.907

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