LITERARY FAIRY TALE IN WALT DISNEY ANIMATION
Type: For the student's choice
Department: english philology
|Semester||Amount of hours||Lecturer||Group(s)|
|11||18||Associate Professor Svitlana Voitiuk||Ina-61m, Ina-62m, Ina-63m|
|Semester||Amount of hours||Group||Teacher(s)|
|11||18||Ina-61m||Associate Professor Svitlana Voitiuk|
|Ina-62m||Associate Professor Svitlana Voitiuk|
|Ina-63m||Associate Professor Svitlana Voitiuk|
The course aims at giving the learners the opportunities to enlarge their knowledge of the items connected with the literary fairy tale as a genre variety of prose writing and the revival of the former in Walt Disney animated adaptations.
The tasks of the course pertain the comprehensive development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in the learners so that they become able to select the necessary information, make presentations and participate in the classroom discussions.
The topicality of the course contains 50 items correlated for 36 academic hours and covers the material concerning general characteristics of the literary fairy tale as a genre of prose writing (Charles Perrault, the Grimm Brothers, Hans Christian Andersen, Lewis Carroll, Rudyard Kipling, Alan Milne, etc) based, among other factors, on the folklore, and the data about the history of animation and the Walt Disney brand with its world famous films from late 1930s (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937; Pinocchio, 1940; etc ) to the present times (Tangled, 2010; Tangled: Ever After, 2012; Frozen, 2013; etc).