German Science Fiction: Student Fiction and Essays 2013-2014
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This volume presents an array of creative, analytic and research work presented by students of the Popular Culture and German Literature: Science Fiction sections of the academic year 2013-2014 at... More > the Ohio State University. This course has been evolving over the past 5 years into a highly experimental and experiential classroom that augments lectures with literary and film analysis in order to further student’s critical potential. Students work with concept building, social and historical background and cultural recognition, as well as psychological analyses of texts that conclude with the creative synthesis and the committal of the day’s activities to long-term memory through journaling and discussion.< Less
Plop the Raindrop
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Plop is a raindrop new to the pond. There he meets a mentoring miserly molecule and falls spout over droplet in love for a lily pad. One day, his idyllic world is turned upside down and Plop is... More > forced to leave his life among the cool calm waters of comfort and brave best what lies before him. Plop's travels carry him from forest marsh and sewer drains to faucet spouting and ocean waves. Along the way, Plop must confront vaporous specters, sucking storm drains, a dreaded pair of lips, and the hustle and bustle of the open sea. Will Plop ever return again to the cool waters he once called home? Plop the Raindrop is a seussian sanguine poem of love, life, and loss from the perspective of an anthropomorphized water droplet thirsting for a wave to call home. Featuring 10 illustrations by Lorin Morgan-Richards.< Less
Popular Culture: East & West German Identity
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This edition provides the basic materials including lecture topics, questions, and activities to run a course on German Popular Culture in its beginnings with the student movement to the questions of... More > national identity that linger on today. It is also a collection of student projects from the Spring 2011 instance of this course taught at The Ohio State University. While the materials were implemented and designed for this specific course, they may also be used as supplemental materials if teaching the films and/or books in a wide variety of settings, including independent study. There is certainly something for every interest in this eclectic collection of teaching materials and student projects, and I hope you will find as much enjoyment and value in this collection as I have. Kevin A. Richards, M.A. The Ohio State University< Less
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