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_F_I_L_M___ &__ _T_H__E__A__T_R__E__________________________________ DRA101-A Introduction to Theatre 3 Introduction to the Theatre helps the student develop an awareness and an appreciation for the impact that drama has had on Western Civilization. This course traces 2,500 years of drama history and shows the major stages of development as they have occurred in theatre. Play genre, theatrical architecture, theatrical design, and the technical aspects of theatre are related areas of concentration to be explored. DRA110-A Introduction to Film 3 Designed to introduce the student to the history, evolution, philosophic, artistic and economic aspects of motion pictures and the filmmaking industry. Students will have the opportunity to examine the various genres of the movie industry—drama, film noir, western, fantasy, documentary, romantic comedy, horror, musicals, silent films, etc. Utilizing film excerpts and entire movies as tools, students will hone skills in film analysis, beginning with recognition. DRA158-A Set Design & Construction 1 Emphasis will be placed upon sets and set pieces for amateur productions. Emphasis will be on the practical. Sets built from materials readily available in the community will be highlighted. Sets for the proscenium stage as well as theater in the round will be approached. Traditional flats, Hollywood flats, and special window and door flats will be explained. This will be a hands on workshop. Flats will be built as a cooperative class project. DRA159-A Set Design & Construction 2 Emphasis will be placed upon sets and set pieces for amateur productions. Emphasis will be on the practical. Sets built from materials readily available in the community will be highlighted. Sets for proscenium stage as well as the theater in the round will be approached Traditional flats, Hollywood flats and special window and door flats will be explained. This will be a hands on workshop. Flats will be built as a cooperative class project. (Approximately 30 hours design and construction of sets for the community theatre production and Sheldon High School summer theatre productions 2018 2017–Catalog will be a part of the class.) DRA165-A Stagecraft 3 College Emphasis will be placed upon sets and set pieces for amateur productions. Emphasis will be on the practical. Sets build from materials readily available in the community will be highlighted. Sets for the proscenium stage as well as the Community theater in the round will be approached. Traditional flats, Hollywood flats and special window and doo flats will be explained. This will be built as a cooperative class project. (Approximately 60 hours design and construction of sets for the community theatre production and Sheldon High School summer theatre production will be part of the class.) Iowa DRA182-A Stage Makeup 1 Emphasis will be placed on stage makeup for amateur DSL159-E Power Trains/Drive Lines & Suspensions 5 Northwest productions. Straight makeup, character makeup, old age This course is designed to provide the necessary knowledge makeup and special makeup effects will be covered. This to service and repair axle assemblies, transmissions, clutches, will be a hands-on workshop. Each student will be required drive lines, suspensions, and steering systems. You will learn to do four to six makeup applications in class. how to remove, disassemble, inspect, repair, reassemble and reinstall the components. Diagnosis, failure analysis, and parts evaluation are included. Prerequisite: AUT139, 120 DSL636; Corequisite: DSL810 DRA220-A The American Musical 3 The American Musical explores the evolution of the American musical from its roots in British music halls, in opera and operetta, African American jazz and pop music, to the contemporary Broadway stage as well as screen. Students will explore this popular art form and its culture, traditions and identity. (3/0) _D_I_E__S_E__L______________________________________________ DSL101-E Diesel Shop Safety 1 This course is designed to prepare students for their career in the diesel equipment industry. During this course students will learn about shop safety as it pertains to this career. This course teaches safe practices in working with hand and power tools, equipment lifts, PPE and safe equipment operation practices. It will also teach location specific practices dealing with used oil and antifreeze disposal and containment materials. The course introduces students to maintenance and repair service procedures, computer programs, parts room policies. Students will become familiar with industry software that will be utilized for service information and diagnostics. DSL152-E Heavy Duty Electrical Systems 6 This course covers the theory and application of the fundamentals of basic electricity and electrical systems. Topics include batteries, starting and charging systems, instrumentation, wiring and lighting, VOM operation within 12V and 24V systems, series and parallel circuits, schematics, diagnostics and repair. Prerequisite: DSL101 DSL154-E Introduction to Equipment Service 4 This is an introductory course designed to acquaint you with maintenance and service on diesel equipment. The course includes preventive maintenance inspections and federal DOT inspections. You will learn lubrication and service procedures covering grease and oil types and classifications, oil sampling, cooling systems maintenance and testing, and brake and clutch inspection and adjustments. Prerequisites: DSL101, DSL152 DSL157-E Intro to Diesel Electronics 4 This course is to familiarize you with the components and controls of electronically controlled diesel equipment. You will study electronic control modules (ECM), sensors, can- BUSS standards, and electronic unit injectors (EUI). This course concentrates on theory, diagnostics, schematic diagrams, repair, and parameter changes of electroniccontrolled systems. Prerequisite: DSL324 DSL158-E Hydraulics Fundamentals 4 This course provides you with a basic understanding of fluid power as used in the diesel equipment industry. You will be introduced to the theory, schematics and operation of hydraulic components used in today's equipment. Provides hands-on practice rebuilding hydraulic components, testing and troubleshooting hydraulic systems. Prerequisite: DSL154 Film & Theatre


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