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Name of course : Television Writing Seminar
Description : Development of advanced skills in writing for television in such formats as news, documentary, commercials and public service announcements, drama and non-broadcast video. Discussions with working professionals.
Prerequisites : COM 204
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 Spring 2002
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
COM 377 section 001 Kenny % 1
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course :COM 377
course rating :0 - Horrible
course comments :I learned everything covered in this course in its prerequisite, COM 204 (I think thats 267 now?).
class :Spring 2002 section 001
grade received :N/A
class rating :0 - Horrible
class comments :Class always let out early because the instructor didnt know how to teach it. When it did go the full time, it was because we were watching a movie or other video. Rather than actually using these videos to teach, we watched the entire thing while the instructor made about 3 comments over a 2 and a half hour period.
instructor :Kenny
instructor rating :0 - Horrible
instructor comments :Turned in Project #1 on March 6...one month later, still hadnt received the project back. Then with Project #2 (which was a 30 page script), he returned it in a week...based on his comments and the grade I received (98), it was obvious he didnt really read it. Also most of the work we did in class was busy work, and we watched a lot of crap. Hell show a 2.5 hour movie and make about 3 comments (silly ones at that) and think hes teaching. Then hell show an episode of Big Brother Jake which he app

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