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AFAM 50 2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
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AM C 11AA. Demonstrate an ability to discuss major historic, literary, artistic, and social movements in the United States.
B. DEMONSTRATE an ability to write a clear, analytical paper on literary
and artistic models of important American works, read and discussed in
our anthology as well as an understanding ofhistorical events, forces and
movements.
C. IDENTIFY the more important literary and historical personalities,
titles works and movements.
D. ANALYZE historical events and influences; analyze works of literature
and art, relating such works to the social forces which generated them.
E. UTILIZE this introductory acquaintance with American history and
literature as background which will enable him to continue his
education in these areas during post-graduate years.
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AM C 11BA. Demonstrate an ability to discuss major historic, literary, artistic, and
social movements in the United States.
B. DEMONSTRATE an ability to write a clear, analytical paper on literary
and artistic models of important American works, read and discussed in
our anthology as well as an understanding ofhistorical events, forces and
movements.
C. IDENTIFY the more important literary and historical personalities,
titles works and movements..
D. ANALYZE historical events and influences; analyze works of literature
and art, relating such works to the social forces which generated them.
E. UTILIZE this introductory acquaintance with American history and
literature as background which will enable him to continue his
education in these areas during post-graduate years.
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ARCH 31AD. Demonstrate a knowledge of the basic vocabulary relating to
architecture.
E. Relate social, political, economic and environmental factors to
architecture throughout the world.
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ARCH 31BA. Demonstrate a knowledge of the early architectures.
B. Identify and discuss the major monuments relevant to the period
examined.
E. Relate social, political, economic and environmental factors to
architecture throughout the world.
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ARCH 32 G. Describe the social, economic, political, religious, technological, and
artistic context from which the architecture developed and demonstrate
this knowledge in tests and papers.
H. Describe the environmental influences on design and demonstrate
knowledge of this regional attiutude to architecture in the work of several
generations of Bay Region architects and planners.
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ART 101 2. Evaluate works of art applying the visual elements of design in a descriptive analysis of art works.
3. Apply art historical terminology in a descriptive analysis of Ancient Art.
5. Compare and contrast stylistic differences between works of art from various Ancient cultures.
8. Examine works of art and place them within their respective historical context.
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ART 102 2. Evaluate works of art applying the visual elements of design in a descriptive analysis of art works.
3. Apply art historical terminology in a descriptive analysis of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and 19th-century art.
5. Compare and contrast stylistic differences between works of art from the various periods covered in the course.
8. Examine works of art and place them within their respective contexts.
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ART 103 2. Evaluate works of art applying the visual elements of design in a descriptive analysis of art works.
3. Apply art historical terminology in a descriptive analysis.
5. Compare and contrast stylistic differences between works of art.
8. Examine works of art and place them within a historical context.
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ART 104 B. Define the various styles of Asian art and demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast stylistic aspects and trends.
C. Evaluate works of art in relation to the sociological, religious, historical, and cultural context in which they were created.
E. Explain the concepts that define and distinguish the different Asian visual traditions, and demonstrate the ability to discuss and assess these concepts contextually.
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ART 105 C. Integrate, and interrelate Mesoamerican ancient history with his/her other studies in the humanities
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ART 106 G. Review the contributions made to American art history through the social and cultural documentation of the Latin American art historical experience.
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ART 107 A. Demonstrate familiarity with the evolution of art history from West
Africa to America and parallel to the traditionally known path of art
history from Europe to America.
C. Identify the unique aesthetic of traditional African art and analyze the
role of the artist within his or her society, and identify the unique
outlook as reflected through the art work.
D. Describe the evolution of African art to African-American Art and, to
recognize the influence of African art and culture on the cultures of Europe and the Americas.
E. Discuss their acquaintance with the art generated by African Americans
in the United States from colonial times through the 1990's.
F. Review the contributions made to American art history through the
social and cultural documentation of the African-American art
historical experience.
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ART 108 C. Analyze the works in their social context. Recognize women's possibilities of power
within the culture. Understand the historical circumstances in which the artist worked.
D. Show ability to communicate verbally both visual and conceptual analysis.
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ART 109 Make written comparative analysis of various forms of contemporary art through examination of their formal characteristics, subject matter and content.
Identify artworks, define terms and employ methods of art historical analysis and research in their examination of the art covered.
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ART 116 2. Evaluate works of art applying the visual elements of design in a descriptive analysis of art works from Western European Art.
3. Apply art historical terminology in a descriptive analysis.
5. Compare and contrast stylistic differences that distinguish aesthetic and cultural trends.
8. Examine works of art and place them within a historical context.
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ART 118 B. Define the various styles of American Art, and demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast stylistic aspects and trends.
C. Evaluate works of art in relation to the sociological, religious, historical, and cultural context in which they were created.
E. Summarize the concepts that define and distinguish the American visual tradition, and demonstrate the ability to discuss and assess these concepts contextually.
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ART 122 B. Distinguish between the indigenous traditions and Western influences in Russian art.
C. Interpret the iconography and meaning of art within the Russian cultural context.
D. Compare and contrast Russian painting in the native and western traditions
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ART 123MC. Interpret the content of paintings from the Mannerist, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical and Romantic periods of art.
D. Analyze the works of art in their social context: the changing goals of artist and patron, art's relation to power, religion and culture, technology and ways that art reflects its time or contradicts it.
E. Synthesize the concepts that define and distinguish the tradition of these artistic periods.
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ART 123N 3. Interpret the content of paintings of the Medieval, Renaissance, Mannerist, and Baroque art in Italy, France, Holland and Flanders; Rococo in France and Italy; British art in the 18th and 19th centuries; Neoclassical and Romantic of the 19th century; and the Modern periods exhibited at the Legion of Honor Museum.
4. Analyze the works of art in their social context: the changing goals of artist and patron, art's relation to power, religion, culture, technology and ways that art reflects its time and contradicts it.
5. Synthesize the concepts that define and distinguish the tradition of these artistic periods.
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ART 123PD. Interpret the iconography and meaning of paintings by each artistic member of the Peale family within the cultural context of the American tradition of painting.
E. Analyze the works of art within a new American artistic vision: family portraiture as a fusion of both biography and autobiography and the elevation of still life painting to a place of prime importance both as a major form of expression for painters and as an index of national self definition.
F. Synthesize the concepts that define and distinguish their contribution to the development of a uniquely American art.
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ART 123Q C. Compare the various manifestations of the Baroque in seventeenth-century Europe with particular emphasis on the Italian and Utrecht Caravaggists.
D. Interpret the iconography of Baroque painting.
E. Analyze the works of art in the social context of the Baroque period: the changing goals of artist and patron, art's relation to power, religion and culture, technology and the preoccupation of the age with dramatic theatrical effects.
F. Synthesize the concepts that define the style of the Utrecht Masters of Light and distinguish them from other manifestations of the Baroque in seventeenth-century Europe.
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ART 123S2. Analyze Greek and Thracian style in an objective description of design elements (line, color, space, light, texture).
3. Analyze the concepts that define the tradition of Geometric, Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic phases of Greek art.
4. Explain the development of the Greek figurative style and its impact on the narrative tradition.
6. Interpret the works of art in their indigenous cultural context: art's relation to power, religion, culture, the changing goals of artist and patron, and ways that art reflects its time and contradicts it.
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ART 123TC. Compare the stylistic elements that define the mainstream and provincial tendencies in British art.
D. Discuss both British contribution to the central stream of Western art and the phenomenon of its 'maverick provincialism'.
E. Interpret the works of art in their indigenous cultural context: art's relation to power, religion and culture, the changing goals of artist and patron, and the ways that British art reflects its time or contradicts it.
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ART 123U4. Examine the French contribution to the development of individual artists and major movements in 18th-century Western painting tradition.
5. Interpret French paintings in their indigenous cultural context: art's relation to power, religion and culture, and changing goals of artist and patron, and ways that art reflects its time or contradicts it.
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ART 123V2. Analyze style in an objective description of the elements of design and technique applying art historical terminology introduced in class.
3. Formulate a definition of the Renaissance style and demonstrate its indebtedness to the classical heritage of Greco/Roman art
5. Interpret and explain the iconography of Renaissance painting.
6. Analyze the works of art in the cultural context of the changing goals of artist and patron, art's relation to power, religion and culture, technology and ways that art reflects its time or contradicts it.
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ART 123W2. Analyze style in an objective description of the elements of design and technique applying art historical terminology introduced in class.
3. Recognize the diversity of art movements in the nineteenth century and define the characteristics of each.
5. Interpret the iconography and cultural meaning of nineteenth-century art.
6. Analyze the works of art in the cultural context of the changing goals of artist and patron, art's relation to power, religion and culture, technology and ways that art reflects its time and contradicts it
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ART 123XC. Compare the various manifestations of the Baroque in seventeenth-century Europe.
E. Interpret the iconography and meaning of seventeenth-century Baroque painting.
F. Analyze the works of art in the cultural context of the Baroque period: the changing goals of artist and patron, art's relation to power, religion and culture, technology and the preoccupation of the age with theater and space.
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ART 123YC. Examine contributions to interpretation of subject matter and innovation of technique by Courbet, Bonheur, Daumier, Millet and Manet that defines a Modern view of reality.
E. Explain how the innovative interpretation of subject and technique established Courbet and Manet as the avant garde of 19-th century painting
F. Interpret the iconography and meaning of 19th-century painting within the context of complex social and political issues of the time.
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ART 125AB. Analyze and compare the different formal relationships/styles found in different 2D works with respect to their subject and content.
F. Identify and articulate in critiques, using acquired art vocabulary, the visual
dynamics at work in a variety of project examples provided by peers.
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ART 126 E. Define and use the terminology appropriate to the discussion of color.
G. Analyze and appraise the color dynamics in works of art and design, including her/his own work and that of other students.
I. Apply color in her/his own work for its expressive value.
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ART 130AC. Describe a greater understanding of visualization through coordination of the drawing hand, the eye and brain.
E. Demonstrate their understanding and manipulate the basic principles of one, and two-point perspective drawing, light and shadow, overlapping planes and line variation.
G. Examine learning about their own direction and subjective self expression through drawing.
H. Translate the contemporary application of drawing to daily life applications of other subjects.
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ART 140AC. develop an individual "creative process" through which ideas can be generated, shaped and transformed into personally expressive paintings. Perfectly aligned
ART 146AExpand knowledge of Chinese art, esthetics and philosophy.Perfectly aligned
ART 160Aa) Students will be literate in historical and contemporary approaches to Ceramics.
b). Students will learn to critically discuss three-dimensional work in pottery and sculpture through group critiques and visiting artist workshops.
c) Students will learn terminology specific to the understanding of clay and glazes.
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ART 170AA. Appraise and solve problems during the creation of a work of art or design in three-dimensions.
B. Critically discuss three-dimensional work; this includes acquiring knowledge of design principles and terminology.
E. Work with basic tools and equipment used in the creation of sculpture, this includes hand tools, power tools and the effective use of a sketchbook.
F. Be literate in contemporary conceptual approaches to sculpture and design.
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ART 180AWhen the student finishes the course he/she will be able to:
B. Have increased knowledge of design principles.
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ASAM 6 Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically engage Asian American writings and analyze form and content as well as its social and historical contexts;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the term "Asian American" and its shifting boundaries as well as points
of contention among the different Asian American groups;
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ASAM 10 Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate the different ways Asian Americans forge and redefine their relationships with the homeland through their cultural practices.
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ASAM 20 When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the history of United States government
policies which impacted immigrant communities from China, Japan,
Korea, the Philippines, and India;
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ASAM 30 When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify and write essays about key contemporary and
historical issues in the Asian American experience from 1820
until the present.
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ASIA 11 Student will be able to interpret the origin and historical development of east Asian writing systems. Thus they will be able to recognize the diversity of values and attitudes from different cultural background, and help them identify ethnic/racial stereotypes.Perfectly aligned
ASIA 12 Each student will be able to develop and demonstrate a critical awareness to literature encompassing historical, political, and social considerations.Perfectly aligned
BCST 103 Comprehend and demonstrate the fundamentals of historical and contemporary media/communications theory (qualitative and quantitative);
Compare and contrast the roles and influences of various media;
Understand the economics, business models and motivations of corporate media;
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BCST 106 A. Analyze the encoding of sexuality and queer identity in various mainstream television shows, and what meanings they accrue.
B. Analyze the way in which mainstream news media cover shows that depict homosexual, or bisexual themes or characters.
C. Examine the history of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender representation in television
F. Compare the different perspectives of the roles of actor, producer, writer, director, cinematographer, editor, sponsor, and audience (gay and straight) in the experience of television.
G. Examine the representation of queer identity on television and how it might influence different viewers.
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CHIN 1 Comprehend a conversation or a story composed chiefly of the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax studied.Perfectly aligned
CHIN 1AComprehend a conversation or a story composed chiefly of the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax studied
Carry on a simple conversation in Mandarin on topics studied in structurally correct sentences, including yes/no, when and where questions.
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CHIN 1BComprehend a conversation or a story composed chiefly of the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax studied.Perfectly aligned
CHIN 2 Comprehend a conversation or a story composed chiefly of the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax studied.Perfectly aligned
CHIN 2AComprehend a conversation or a story composed chiefly of the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax studied.Perfectly aligned
CHIN 2BComprehend a conversation or a story composed chiefly of the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax studied.Perfectly aligned
CHIN 3 Identify and use appropriate vocabulary and idiomatic expressions in a culturally acceptable way.
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CHIN 3AIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary and idiomatic expressions in a culturally acceptable way.
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CHIN 3BIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary and idiomatic expressions in a culturally acceptable way.
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CHIN 4 Grasp the essential meaning of learned vocabulary and expressions in a native-like way.
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CHIN 4AManipulate vocabulary and idiomatic expressions in a culturally acceptable
way.
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CHIN 4BGrasp the essential meaning of learned vocabulary and expressions in a native-like way.
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CHIN 10AIdentify the basic sounds and tones of Cantonese and reproduce them as accurately as possible.
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CHIN 10BComprehend a simple conversation chiefly composed of the elements studied.
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CHIN 10CReproduce all of the sounds of Cantonese with proper stress and tone.
Use more complex sentence structures when interacting orally.
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CHIN 10DUse more complex sentence structures when interacting orally.
Integrate, in their conversation, colloquial Cantonese expressions.
Interact freely in a sustained manner.
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CHIN 12AIdentify the sounds in Pinyin and tones of Mandarin, and reproduce them accurately.
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CHIN 12BPerform in a conversational situation with some degree of fluency and accuracy on pronunciation and tones, using words and expressions in a socially as well as linguistically proper context in structurally correct sentences.
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CHIN 12CInteract spontaneously with a fluent speaker on everyday topics, social ice-breakers or small talk.Mostly aligned
CHIN 14APerform in a conversational situation with some degree of fluency, accurate pronunciation and intonation
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CHIN 14BDemonstrate mastery of vocabulary
Perform in a conversational situation with a higher degree of fluency, accurate pronunciation and intonation.

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CHIN 14CUse complex structures when interacting orally.

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CHIN 16 Apply the learned vocabulary in writing sentences and short paragraphs for communication.

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CHIN 17 Apply the learned vocabulary in writing sentences of personal communication.
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CHIN 22 Create documents in Chinese using Chinese word processing software.
Write compositions on selected topics studied in the course.
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CHIN 31ADiscuss and/or summarize in Mandarin using correct sentence patterns and near Mandarin pronunciation (using Pinyin System) and fluency.

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CHIN 31BDiscuss and/or summarize in Mandarin using correct sentence patterns and near Mandarin pronunciation (using Pinyin System) and fluency.

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CHIN 39 Recount the formulation of Chinese civilization and list the major archaeological finds in China, and explain the Chinese folk beliefs before the fifth century, BC.
Define and contrast the thoughts and the contributions of major Chinese philosophers such as Lao Tzu, Confucius, Chuang Tzu, Mencius, Mo Ti, Hsun Tzu, Yang Chu and Han Fei Tzu.
Relate these philosophical ideals to their subsequent influence on Chinese and Asian history.

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CHIN 49 Define and contrast the thoughts and the contributions of major Chinese philosophers such as Lao Tzu, Confucius, Chuang Tzu, Mencius, Mo Ti, Hsun Tzu, Yang Chu and Han Fei Tzu.
Relate these philosophical ideals to their subsequent influence on Chinese and Asian history.
Explain the structure of Chinese poetry and be able to appraise its aesthetic and philosophical quality through having read the poems in the Book of Songs, Tao Te Ching, and the works of other poets.


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CINE 18 H. Enhance their ability to think, speak, and write critically in an increasingly visual and technological culture.Perfectly aligned
CINE 20AB. Review and examine significant films and filmmakers, assess their contributions, differentiate film’s unique language of images and sounds from other language systems.
C. Recognize, define, and apply various critical and theoretical approaches to the study of film, including aesthetic, sociological, and psychological analyses.
D. Demonstrate ability to explore and evaluate the film experience by discussing/writing about films, employing critical approaches that facilitate the expression of their own responses.
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CINE 20BA. Explore the history of motion pictures in their social and historic context during the second half of the 20th century, examining significant films and filmmakers and assessing their contributions.

B. Differentiate film’s unique language of images and sounds from other language systems.
C. Demonstrate ability discuss/write about films employing critical approaches that facilitate the expression of their own responses.
E. Value the cultural works of the past and present.
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CINE 21 A. Recognize and define a variety of critical and theoretical approaches to the study of film, including aesthetic, sociological and psychological analyses.
B. Apply a variety of critical perspectives to examine how films communicate with their unique language of images and sounds, reflect their time and place by appealing to mass tastes, and also influence, by signifying meanings, myth making, and technical manipulation.
C. Integrate established critical approaches to cinema with their personal values and responses to films. For example, the auteur theory might explain why the student is drawn to a particular filmmaker.
D. Discuss/write about films, employing terms, definitions and critical approaches that facilitate the expression of their own responses to a movie’s form and content.
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CINE 22 A. Define documentary films, distinguish them from fictional cinema, and question the nature of cinematic realism/reality, point of view/objectivity.
C. Compare and contrast different approaches to documentary (reportorial, advocacy, cinema verité, propaganda and re-enactment).
D. Identify and select significant works in the field, and apply historic and aesthetic understanding to the analysis of specific works, in writing and discussion.
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CINE 23AA. Describe the characteristics of the evolution of motion picture aesthetics and their cultural impact as it relates to older historical and more traditional art forms (theater, visual arts, etc.) reflected in the work of Alfred Hitchcock.
B. Describe and evaluate the significance of Alfred Hitchcock in the larger context of film history.
F. Apply skills and knowledge gained to enhance critical understanding and
perspective of the importance of Alfred Hitchcock as an auteur director.
G. Propose and implement a research project and/or critical study related to the course topic.
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DANC 30 Identify and Analyze the overall physical, social and cognitive benefits gained from physical movements that promote cardiovascular fitness, health, coordination, balance, strength, and cooperative/collaborative social interactions.
Identify and demonstrate the appropriate sequence of physical movement to successfully perform an activity/sport
Identify and analyze the importance of health concerns, safety and proper use of equipment while performing activity based movements
Demonstrate technique that facilitates static and dynamic body alignment, safe body mechanics, an appreciation of dance movement as an artistic expression while developing social interaction skills, both verbal and nonverbal.
This course is engineered to develop and balance critical thinking and critical consciousness, using analysis, synthesis and evaluation to go beneath surface meaning, dominant myths, traditional clichés, mere opinions and logic to understand the deep meanings, root causes, and social contexts involved in cultural literacy.
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DANC 32 Identify and Analyze the overall physical, social and cognitive benefits gained from physical movements that promote cardiovascular fitness, health, coordination, balance, strength, and cooperative/collaborative social interactions.
Identify and demonstrate the appropriate sequence of physical movement to successfully perform an activity/sport
Identify and analyze the importance of health concerns, safety and proper use of equipment while performing activity based movements
Demonstrate technique that facilitates static and dynamic body alignment, safe body mechanics, an appreciation of dance movement as an artistic expression while developing social interaction skills, both verbal and nonverbal.
This course is engineered to develop and balance critical thinking and critical consciousness, using analysis, synthesis and evaluation to go beneath surface meaning, dominant myths, traditional clichés, mere opinions and logic to understand the deep meanings, root causes, and social contexts involved in cultural literacy.
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DSGN 101 D. Explain their design processes visually, orally and in written form.Perfectly aligned
DSGN 105 D. Assess societal influences that drive design.
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DSGN 110 D. Use rapid visualization to break designs into their constituent parts to determine how the parts relate to one another and to an overall structure or purpose to solve design problems.Mostly aligned
ENGL 20 1. Demonstrate familiarity with a selection of the major works of English, Irish, and American writers in the three main genres-the novel, poetry, and drama-with
emphasis on the first third of the century.
3. Evaluate critically, both orally and in writing, the works studied.
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ENGL 30BA. Analyze literary works by both canonical and previously marginalized writers of the period.
C. Summarize characteristics that define literary genres, including poetry, plays, short stories, and novels.
D. Describe important literary characteristics, such as allusion, metaphor, and symbolism, and employ these concepts to analyze works in which they occur.
F. Analyze social, political, and historical forces that helped shape modern American literature.
H. Select appropriate critical standards and methodology to interpret and evaluate works in all literary genres.
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ENGL 32A3. build a strong bibliography of material that lends credence to the "depths of
awareness" that African Americans have found expression for in written forms
common to the Western literary world.
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ENGL 36 When the student has completed the course, he or she will be able to
2. reassess and reaffirm African-American heritage as revealed in literature.
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ENGL 41 When the students have completed the course, they will be able to
2. maintain a diary of the new insights and perceptions that emerge from the experience of reading great books.
3. make their style of writing lively and interesting through the use of various stylistic and rhetorical devices.
4. conduct research on a desired topic and organize the research material coherently and interestingly with the form of a well-documented research paper with footnotes and bibliography
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ENGL 44BWhen the student has completed this course, he or she will be able to:
1. Read and demonstrate a reasonable understanding of key works of Western literature with special emphasis on those that had formative influences on later European writers and others.
2. Students should demonstrate confidence in exploring ideas, values and the more subtle expressions of human experience preserved in this literature.
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ENGL 48JWhen the student has completed the course, he or she will be able to
1. demonstrate a familiarity with the thoughts and symbols from significant mythologies
which can provide a background for the study of literature, music and art.
2. demonstrate an understanding of myths as reflections of both universal and ethnic
ideas.
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ENGL 48OWhen the student has competed the course, he or she will be able to :
2. Compare and contrast scholarly biography and popular biography and recognize
the strengths of each type of biography.
3. Evaluate a fictional biography and recognize the fictional or speculative parts of
that biography.
4. Analyze how a series of short biographies can be assembled by an author to
support a thesis about how people live and behave.
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ENGL 49JWhen the student has completed the course, he or she will be able to
3. recognize how myths have been transformed in cultures throughout time.
4. recognize the relationship between myth, religion, and culture.
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ENGL 49OWhen the student has competed the course, he or she will be able to :
3. Evaluate a fictional biography and recognize the fictional or speculative parts of
that biography.
4. Analyze how a series of short biographies can be assembled by an author to
support a thesis about how people live and behave.
5. Examine criticism of a biography and of other biographies on the same subject
and assess the value of the biography being considered.
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ENGL 50 2. identify the symbolic and ritualistic elements of the journey and return of the hero
3. recognize the theme of death and rebirth, understand its origins in ancient fertility rituals, and relate it to the concept and theme of initiation found in later literature.
4. recognize the complexity of the female nature as manifested in specific goddesses, understand the role of each, and be able to recognize their counterparts in later literature.
5. compare the treatment of some major themes and plots in classical mythology and literature with later re-workings.
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ENGL 56Af. Evaluate critically, both orally and in writing, the works studied
g. Evaluate critically the degrees to which homophobic
social oppressiveness has influenced the literary
expression of writers
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ENGL 56B5. Evaluate critically, both orally and in writing, the works studied
6. Evaluate critically the degrees to which homophobic social oppression has
influenced the literary expression of writers
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ENGL 56C5. Evaluate critically, both orally and in writing, the works studiedMostly aligned
ENGL 57
C. Evaluate various feminist literary critical theories
D. Compare and contrast several works from different historical periods
E. Analyze the characteristics of three separate genres in which women writers have succeeded: fiction, poetry, and drama
F. Explain the relationship between literary texts and personal situations in order to develop tools for self-understanding through literature
G. Evaluate a performance of poetry, fiction, or drama written by a woman
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ENGL 58AB. Read, discuss, and analyze representative literature by contemporary women writers in terms of recurring themes, motifs, and concerns
C. Evaluate various contemporary feminist literary critical theories
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ENGL 60 G. Articulate a critical literary perspective which is inclusive of works of
contemporary ethnic literature
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FASH 23 Interpret the sociological value systems for each era as evidenced by trends in appearance.Mostly aligned
FREN 1 Compose short communications incorporating the principles of present and
past tense syntax as introduced at this level
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FREN 1ACompose short communications incorporating the principles of present tense syntax as introduced at this level.
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FREN 1BCompose short communications incorporating the principles of the present and past tense syntax as introduced at this level.Perfectly aligned
FREN 2 Write composition incorporating present, past and future tenses.Perfectly aligned
FREN 2AWrite compositions incorporating present and past tenses.Perfectly aligned
FREN 2BWrite compositions incorporating present, past and future tenses.Perfectly aligned
FREN 3 Compose increasingly complex narratives.Perfectly aligned
FREN 3ACompose oral and written answers to questions based on the assigned reading
material.
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FREN 3BCompose increasingly complex narratives.Perfectly aligned
FREN 4 Compose oral and written texts setting out and defending points of view on
controversial subjects.
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FREN 10AIdentify the basic sounds and rhythms of the French Language and reproduce
them as accurately as possible.
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FREN 10BIdentify the basic sounds and rhythms of the French Language and reproduce
them as accurately as possible.
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FREN 10CUse more complex structures when interacting orally, and elaborate and ask for clarification on topics discussed.Perfectly aligned
FREN 10DReasonably comprehend the elocution of a native speaker, a normal speed, and
interact freely in a sustained manner.
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FREN 10EInteract freely in a sustained manner, and participate effectively in conversations with French speakers aware of the students' limitations.Perfectly aligned
FREN 11AProcess information freely without hesitation and with near-native fluency and comprehend and use complex structures when interacting orally.Perfectly aligned
FREN 11BProcess information freely without hesitation and with near-native fluency, comprehend and use complex structures when interacting orally.Perfectly aligned
FREN 21 Understand and reply to business correspondence using standard business formats and expressions.Perfectly aligned
FREN 22 Demonstrate a substantial knowledge of French grammar and of the effects of
styIe in French.
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FREN 41 Demonstrate that Revolution and the first Empire have profound repercussions in the literature, the art, and the scientific developments of the 18th and early 19th centuries.Perfectly aligned
FREN 42 Discuss many aspects of daily life in France at the present time (e.g.: small shops and supermarkets; cooking and wines; the media; the life of the French students,etc.)Perfectly aligned
GERM 1 Speak with grammatical accuracy and intelligible pronunciation.
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GERM 1ASpeak with grammatical accuracy and intelligible pronunciation.
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GERM 1BSpeak with grammatical accuracy and intelligible pronunciation.
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GERM 2 Speak with grammatical accuracy and intelligible pronunciation.
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GERM 2ASpeak with grammatical accuracy and intelligible pronunciation.
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GERM 2BSpeak with grammatical accuracy and intelligible pronunciation.
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GERM 3 Converse on topics covered in the written texts in a manner that demonstrates comprehension.
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GERM 3AConverse on topics covered in the written texts in a manner that demonstrates comprehension.
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GERM 3BConverse on topics covered in the written texts in a manner that demonstrates comprehension.
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GERM 4 Converse on topics covered in the written texts in a manner that demonstrates critical thinking.
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GERM 4AConverse on topics covered in the written texts in a manner that demonstrates critical thinking.
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GERM 4BConverse on topics covered in the written texts in a manner that demonstrates critical thinking.
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GERM 10AApply the lingüistic principles of German inductively.
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GERM 10BApply the lingüistic principles of German inductively.
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GERM 10CApply the lingüistic principles of German inductively at an intermediate level.
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GERM 10DApply the lingüistic principles of German inductively at an intermediate level.
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GERM 11AProcess lingüistic information freely, without hesitation and with near-native fluency.
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GERM 11BProcess lingüistic information freely, without hesitation and with near-native fluency.
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HIST 3AA. Identify and evaluate the major social and political events that shaped the 20th century.
B. Analyze the people's reaction to the major events of the 20th century.
C. Judge how the 20th century was influenced by key events, by particular
leadership, and the common people.
D. Analyze the key chronological turning points through which the 20th century has passed.
E. Demonstrate an understanding of why the people held the expectations that they did in 1900 about how the 20t century was probably going to evolve.
F. Discuss the tremendous historical impact that the two twentieth century world wars had on individuals and, in fact, are still having on individuals today.
G. Compare the world situation right after World War I with the situation that developed after World War II as seen through the eyes of individuals.
H. Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of the rise of communism in Russia and the impact that communism thereafter had on individuals.
I. Appraise how the rise of the Third Industrial Revolution impacted individuals and the Great Depression of the 1930's.
J. Summarize the types of images (movies, sports) that people utilized to enable them to more effectively function in the "real world."
K. State why Nazism ultimately took hold in Germany, what this takeover meant for different groups of Germans, and how the Nazi's maintained their power over the German people until completely defeated militarily.
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HIST 3BA. Appraise the impact on various individuals ofthe boom times that developed in the U.S. in 1948
B. Discuss the pros and cons ofthe development ofnuclear energy and its impact on individuals and on the countries/governments.
C. Examine the rise of Japan and Korea as economic powers.
D. Discuss the impact ofmedical advances on major diseases and public health.
E. Analyze the developments that have ultimately led to harming the environment and endangering the planet and the various movements that were started to reverse this trend.
F. Demonstrate an understanding ofracial injustice in the U.S. and South Africa and the movements and progress that has been made in the fight for equality.
G. Explain the impact oftelevision on society, culture and politics.
H. Analyze the causes and effects of the Chinese revolution.
I. Analyze the women's movement, tracing its history and its impact on work and families.
J. Evaluate the impact of guerrilla warfare in Cuba, Vietnam, Afghanistan, etc.
K. Describe and analyze the rise of fundamentalism in the East and West.
L. Discuss and evaluate the fall of communism and its world-wide impact.
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HIST 4AA. Compare social structures and religions of the main empires of the Ancient Near East; interpret ancient Hebrew monotheism and distinguish it from the more typical polytheism of surrounding peoples
B. Summarize and appraise the main political developments of Greece from the Archaic Age through the Hellenistic period
C. Interpret and evaluate the main features and contributions of Greek philosophies and arts
D. Summarize and assess Roman political developments and territorial expansion; formulate the main factors responsible for the transition from Republic to Empire
E. Synthesize the development and appeal of Christianity with transformations in the Roman Empire during the Third and Fourth Centuries A.D.
F. Interpret the main features of Christian and Muslim doctrine and organization as these religions evolved from their founding periods through the Middle Ages
G. Compare the development of Germanic Kingdoms in Western Europe with the Byzantine Empire and the Islamic world during the early Middle Ages
H. Examine and evaluate transformations and continuities in the culture, politics, economy, and religion of Western and Central Europe during the High Middle Ages; analyze the relationship between monarchs and popes, and between commercial developments and the growth of towns and cities
I. Consider and appraise the medieval crusades from the points of view of Europeans, Byzantines, and Muslims
J. Summarize and interpret the main features of medieval philosophy and artistic expressions
K. Consider and evaluate the economic, political, religious, and demographic changes and crises of the late Middle Ages
L. Analyze leading Renaissance humanists and artists and relate their work to political and economic developments of the period
M. Formulate the main causes of the Protestant Reformation; contrast MartinLuther's views with those of the Roman Catholic Church and distinguish between Luther, John Calvin, and other Protestants
N. Appraise the successes and limitations of the Protestant and Catholic Reformations and their effects on European society and politics; assess the causes and outcomes of the Thirty Years' War
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HIST 4BI. Explain the evolution ofthe modem Nation-States in Europe by the latter third of the nineteenth century.
J. Analyze the Origins ofthe Great War.
K. Discuss the course, outcome and aftermath ofthe First World War.
L. Examine the political, economic, social and cultural dynamics ofthe 1920's.
M. Examine the political, economic, social and cultural dynamics ofthe 1930's.
N. Analyze the causes of the Second World War.
O. Explore the course, outcome and impact ofWorld War II.
P. Explain the rise ofthe Cold War, the end ofEuropean Empire and Decolonization.
Q. Discern the recovery and reconstruction of western Europe after WWII.
R. Explain the course of Soviet Communism and the sovietization of eastern Europe afterWWII.
S. Discuss the emergence ofthe United States as the new center of Western
Civilization after WWII and the course ofits political, social and economic modernization.
T. Discern the post-modem west ofthe 1960's, 1970's and 1980's.
U. Explain the end ofthe Cold War, the reuinification of Germany, the
end of the Soviet Union, European Union and the challenges and opportunities for the West in the new Millennium.
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HIST 15ADemonstrate knowledge of the important role of Indians in American History.
Demonstrate the contributions of Indian societies to the cultural life of America.
Identify the failures of American Indian policy to ensure they will not be implemented again.
Discuss the role of the colonial wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, and the Civil War upon the Indians.
Analyze the impact of Indian Removal.
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HIST 15BDemonstrate knowledge of the important role of Indians in American History.
Demonstrate the contribution of Indian societies to the cultural life of America.
Identify the failures of American Indian policy to ensure they will not be implemented again.
Analyze and discuss the success and impact of reform and assimilation on the American Indian.
Discuss the impact of the Civil War, and the two World Wars upon Indians.
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HIST 18AB. Examine the contribution of above to the Latin American institutions.
C. Explain the importance of the Africans in Latin America.
D. Examine the Spanish-Portuguese Institutions that have shaped Latin America.
E. Analyze the Political-Philosophical movements and leaders of Independence from Spain and from Portugal.
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HIST 18BE. Describe the historical development of the largest countries of Latin America in
some detail and the general outline of the smaller nations.
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HIST 20 A. Identify Olmec, Maya, Aztec, Toltec and other ancient cultures
B. Examine the Spanish conquest from native and Spanish viewpoints
C. Examine cultural, political and economic contributions made by Spain during the colonial period
D. Examine Mexican independence, Santa Anna, Juarez, Porfiriato, Revolution, and events to the current era
E. Demonstrate an understanding of Mexico as a complex syncretism with indigene/Spanish roots
F. Analyze contemporary Mexico
G. Ability to use historical theories to question events: agency, identity, etc.
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HIST 31 A. Analyze major trends in English history since the Middle Ages.
B. Identify the major English leaders since the Middle Ages and their contribution to the
development of the English nation.
C. Demonstrate an understanding of why key historical events occurred as they did.
D. Compare and contrast English history with relevant aspects of American history.
E. Discuss the social, economic, and political aspects of English history.
F. Demonstrate an awareness of the major cultural trends in English history.
G. Analyze the impact of England's first rise into "great power" status and then her decline to
"second power" status.
H. Explain the concept of feudalism and its impact on 13th century English culture.
I. Compare and contrast the Age of Elizabeth, the "Augustan Age", and the Restoration.
J. Discuss the impact of Tory reforms on the English people.
K. Compare and contrast the leadership of Gladstone and Disraeli.
L. Explain the impact of World War I and World War IT on the British Empire.
M. Explain the loss of the British Empire
No Discuss the role of Great Britain within the emerging European Union.
O. Analyze the foreign policy approaches of England since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
P. Demonstrate an awareness of the current economic, political, and social trends in England.
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HIST 32 A. Discuss and understand the historical processes that have forged the Russian experience from its earliest origins to the present.
B. Comprehend the religious, geographic, political, ethnic and cultural forces which have shaped Russian life.
C. Discuss the major events and personalities of Russian history from 1801 to the presents.
D. Explain the key historical continuities and discontinuities from medieval times through the present.
F. Discern the dynamism of Russian culture and the brilliance of her artistic achievements during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
G. Explain the applications and challenges of Marxism-Leninism as a political ideology, an economic system, and as a social philosophy.
H. Analyze the forces which led to the ultimate collapse of the Russian state in October 1917.
I. Identify the forces which led to the ultimate collapse of the Soviet state in August,1991.
J. Explain the challenges that have confronted the recent governments of Russia in itsefforts to institutionalize political democracy and deal with the exigencies of latetwentieth and early twenty-first century social reality.
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HIST 34 A. Discuss the major political, social, and economic trends in Japanese history and
explain how the important events ofthe nation's history are related to these.
B. Explain how Japanese history has been shaped by geography, economics religion,social relations, and foreign influences.
C. Identify the major Japanese historical figures and discuss the influence oftheir personalities, policies, and activities upon Japan's development as a nation.
D. Express an understanding and appreciation of Japanese culture, thought, and customs.
E. Discuss Japan's relationship to the world and her role as a world power.
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HIST 35ADemonstrate an understanding of the philosophical and religious foundations of traditional Chinese society.
Identify the achievements of China's artists, musicians, scientists, and writers.
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HIST 35BExplain the reasons for the reform and revolutionary movements that emerged during the nineteenth-and twentieth-centuries in China.
Identify the reasons for the rising tide of nationalism in twentieth-century China.
Discuss the reasons for and impact of the Long March.
Explain the differences between the factions within the Communist Party.
Analyze the reasons for the Cultural Revolution.
Understand the changing relations between mainland China and Taiwan since 1949.
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HIST 37 A. Locate the Philippine landscape and its strategic locations.
B. Compare the environmental factors influencing the diversity and identity of the various ethnic groups.
C. Distinguish the various cultural influences on pre- Hispanic society.
D. Explain the circumstances and motives for the Spanish colonial expansion in the Philippines in particular.
E. Identify the Spanish policies and achievement during the 300 plus years
occupation.
F. Determine the circumstances and motives of U.S. expansion across the Pacific and the occupation of the Philippines.
G. Identify U.S. colonial policies and accomplishment in the Philippines.
H. Analyze the circumstances, causes and effects of the Japanese occupation of the Philippines.
I. Categorize the post WWII and post-independence problems.
J. Explain the circumstance that led to the establishment of martial law and its demise.
K. Contrast the problems, policies and achievements of the post-independence presidents and their terms.
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HIST 48 A. Consideration of the roots of African cultures: the geography, the peoples, and the institutions involved in the shaping of African history.
B. Consideration of the socioeconomic and political organizations of some of the major states that evolved in pre-colonial Africa, and their relations with the world beyond the African continent.
C. Consideration of the spread of the "Semitic religions" Judasim, Christiantiy, and Islam-in Africa, and especially the spread of Islam.
D. Consideration of the Atlantic Slave Trade: It's scale, significance, and
consequences.
E. Consideration of the rise of modem European imperialism, and the conquest and colonization of Africa.
F. Consideration of the emergence of modem African nationalism, the struggles for liberation, and the challenges facing post-colonial Africa.
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HUM 7 B. Define characteristics of major world cultures and determine bases for both intercultural understanding and peaceful coexistence.
C. Compare and contrast among the world views of each religion.
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HUM 8 A. By the end of the course the students will have read a representative sacred text from each of the world's great religions. The students will be taught to use the skills they use to understand great literature to come to an understanding of writings that are considered sacred by some religious group. Each student is encouraged to forget whatever he or she may have been told they are "supposed" to believe in regard to these supposedly inspired writings and to just see what is actually being said in the text. In other words, the students are encouraged to develop their own critical thinking. The goal is to teach them how to think, rather than what to think.Perfectly aligned
HUM 11 B. To provide the students with methodologies that will enable them to make formal and thematic connections among the various arts.Mostly aligned
HUM 12 B. To provide the students with methodologies that will enable them to make formal and thematic connections among the various contemporary art forms.Mostly aligned
HUM 20 B. Analyze their works in the context of local, national, and world history.
C. Compare and contrast local art with the works from other parts of the globe.
D. Analyze and evaluate cultural cross-fertilization due to the Bay Area's unique position on the Pacific Rim.
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HUM 25 a. Identify specific women visual artists, writers, and musicians-their sociocultural background, their obstacles and challenges, their work and its influence on the work of artists in the same field in succeeding generations
b. Compare and contrast establishment media, such as painting and sculpture, the so-called fine arts, with traditional media, such as pottery and blanket weaving, the so-called crafts
c. Explain how and why women writers exerted a primary influence in production of nineteenth and twentieth century novels
d. Explain how women have been restricted in musical fields
e. Apply the concepts and theories of feminist aesthetics to an analysis of the historical period of the 1970s
f. Evaluate performances and exhibits of women's art, music, and literature
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HUM 35 A. discuss, analyze, and evaluate the way that works of literature, visual art, music, and dance express and reflect the cultural tradition of contemporary North American Indian artists
B. identify, examine, and assess the influences that twentieth century industrial society has had upon the creative imagination of contemporary North American Indian artists.
D. formulate and describe the thoughts and feelings that the art works have evoked.
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HUM 41AB. To give the students the analytical tools that will enable them to see and identify the formal similarities of seemingly unrelated cultural artifacts, such as a play and a work of architecture, a thing of words and human movement and speech and a thing of stone. To show them, for example, the formal similarities between Sophocles' "Antigone" and the Parthenon, how both Hellenic creations have a simplicity and clarity that is strikingly different from the complexity of a Gothic cathedral or a play by Shakespeare.
D. To show the relevance of the ancient past to each student's life in the Present. To show, for example, that the rationalistic spirit of the Greeks has been one of the constants in the history of western culture, a constant that has been one of the instrumental factors in the explosion of science in the seventeenth century or the creation of the American system of government.
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HUM 41BA. Identify aesthetic characteristics such as style, metaphor, and subtext in important works of art, music, architecture, and literature.
B. Recognize aesthetic characteristics as expressions of myriad factors in post-Medieval Europe cultural hallmarks, including innovations in religion and philosophy.
C. Draw comparisons across different art forms, identifying aesthetic characteristics consistent within a culture despite the superficial formal differences between art forms.
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HUM 48 1. To give students a representative guided learning experience into the unique Afra-American cultural perspective and multi-dimensional expression.
a. Said exposure provides a basic foundation for understanding. Contemporary ramifications from the foundational mores, ethos, sensibility-philosophy
b. Afra-American cultural expression will be analyzed in the context of American-European cultural tradition, retained African expression/identity, and universal world culture continuity. American/Afra-American aesthetic principles will be discernible.
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IDST 4 Class discussion demonstrating critical thinking and engagement with
required readings and lecture, as demonstrated in the comparison and
contrast offoundational scriptures such as the Bhagavad-Gita and
Koran.
Individual and/or group presentations on topics such as how Taoist
beliefs are symbolically and stylistically reflected in the landscape
painting ofthe Sung Dynasty, and how this type ofpainting is meant to
cultivate spiritual harmony and peace in the viewer; how Christian
beliefs are embodied in Gregorian and Byzantine chant.
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IDST 14 Examine the theme of "us" versus "them."Mostly aligned
IDST 23 Written papers on many issues pertaining to the subject areas. After an
analysis of who African American people are and who African American
women are, the objective will be to develop the students' personal voice in
their writing. These writings may be published in a class brochure.
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IDST 27ADemonstrate knowledge of contributions of non-Western cultures to human civilization.Somewhat aligned
IDST 29 N. Demonstrate an understanding of Islamic art and architecture and distinguish between Islamic and other artistic traditions of the world. Mostly aligned
IDST 30 Analyze current political discourse about the Middle East, including depictions of conflict between the West and the Middle East.

Completion of a literary essay and/or a presentation on religious philosophy from the region.
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IDST 36 D. Produce a poetry event adapted to a specific community facility through a study
ofhistory, politics, and literary traditions
E. Examine in-depth the poetry of one specific ethnic group in the United States
F. Perform a close reading of selected poetry
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IDST 38 Discuss the historical, philosophical, cosmological, dramatic, and literary contexts out of which Shakespeare's plays came.Mostly aligned
IDST 42 A. Recognize and critically understand the foundations of Philippine culture, its philosophy, history, art, music, architecture, dance, literature, theater, and film.
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IDST 44
C. Analyze the African mind, image, and personality.
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IDST 46 A. Identify the centrality of the ocean across all Pacific Islander cultural practices.
B. Assess the extent to which authorship is a collective rather than an individual
activity.
C. Compare and contrast the ways in which cultures are reflected in spiritual
practices and beliefs.
D. Demonstrate how orality, literacy, and visual culture intermingle in the
contemporary world as well as the differences between traditional and
modernized languages.
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IDST 70 NONENot aligned
INTD 138 C. Compare and contrast the characteristics of each design movement and their
influence upon other movements and other designers.
D. Synthesize the various historical elements of interior design including furniture, metal work, glass, ceramics, and textiles and how they are classified into various periods and movements.
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ITAL 1 Compose short written communications incorporating the principles of past.
and present tense syntax as introduced at this level.
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ITAL 1ACompose short written communications incorporating the principles of present
tense syntax as introduced at this level.
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ITAL 1BCompose short written communications incorporating the principles of past
and present tense syntax as introduced at this level.
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ITAL 2 Compose written communications incorporating the principles of present,
imperfect, past perfect subjunctive syntax as introduced at this level.
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ITAL 2ACompose written communications incorporating the principles of present,
imperfect, past perfect subjunctive syntax as introduced at this level.
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ITAL 2BCompose written communications incorporating the principles of present,
imperfect, past perfect subjunctive syntax as introduced at this level.
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ITAL 3AComprehend statements, dialogs and short narratives.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 3BComprehend statements, dialogs and short narratives.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 4AApply principles of grammar and syntax when ~peaking and when creating new sentences, paragraphs and compositions.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 4BApply principles of grammar and syntax when speaking and when creating new sentences, paragraphs and compositions.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 10AHave developed primary basic skills in listening comprehension and in speaking, and be able to carry on a simple conversation on any subject treated during the semester.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 10BHave developed a more extensive knowledge of the basic structures of the Italian language and be able to carry on a simple conversation on any subject treated during the semester.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 10CHave developed a more extensive and firmer knowledge of the structures of the Italian language and be able to carry on a simple conversation on any subject treated during the semester.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 10DHave developed a more extensive and firmer knowledge of the structures of the Italian language and be able to participate effectively in conversations at this level.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 15AComprehend and use complex structure when interacting orally and participate effectively and accurately in conversations at the advanced level.Perfectly aligned
ITAL 15BComprehend and use complex structure when interacting orally and participate effectively and accurately in conversations at the advanced level.Perfectly aligned
JAPA 1 Identify and use appropriate vocabulary.
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JAPA 1AA. Identify and use appropriate vocabulary.
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JAPA 1BIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary.
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JAPA 2 Identify and use appropriate vocabulary.

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JAPA 2AIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary.

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JAPA 2BIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary.

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JAPA 3 Use speaking functions appropriate for engagement in daily activities depending upon social environment.
Apply learned knowledge in culturally appropriate real life situations
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JAPA 3AIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary.

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JAPA 3BIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary.

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JAPA 4 Recognize and produce sentences using appropriate sentence structure, through communicative activities, translation and composition.

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JAPA 4AIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary.

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JAPA 4BIdentify and use appropriate vocabulary.

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JAPA 10ADemonstrate proficiency in the pronunciation and intonation of the Japanese sounds.
Utilize the basic structures of the Japanese language.
Demonstrate command of basic Japanese vocabulary.
Understand and respond to spoken Japanese in a five-minute conversation with the instructor and/or another student on a topic studied during the semester.
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JAPA 10BFormulate own questions to elicit basic information.
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JAPA 10CIdentify and use complex structures introduced during the semester.

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JAPA 10DIdentify intricate expressions indigenous to Japanese culture.
Develop and elaborate more complex discussion topics, and
interact freely in a sustained manner.
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JAPA 16 Compose sentences and paragraphs using the basic 180 Kanji characters.
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JAPA 39 Trace the evolution of the Japanese language and contrast Japanese to other Oriental and Western languages.Perfectly aligned
JAPA 49 Trace the evolution of the Japanese language and contrast Japanese to other Oriental and Western languages.Perfectly aligned
LALS 1 H. Compare selected aspects of the Latino/a cultural history to other non-white
minorities since the eighteenth century (eg. Citizenship, voting rights, land
rights, social welfare rights).
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LALS 14 B. Describe key concepts regarding indigenism and the development of a Mestizo culture.
C. Define Rivera's political, cultural and artistic influences.
D. Analyze and consider the role of public art in the San Francisco Bay Area's
Latino and artistic communities.
F. Assess the role of Latin American film, music, poetry, art and dance in
revolutionary movements of the 1970's and 1980's
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LBCS 93A4. Produce a poem, short story, song or other artistic expression related to their work or union activity.Perfectly aligned
LBCS 104AE. Create a monologue or simple scene about a current issue in working people's lives.Perfectly aligned
LGBT 11 A. Demonstrate familiarity with the evolution of representations of queer identities in cinema
in both mainstream commercial films and alternative independent productions.
B. Recognize and analyze the manner in which films as a medium of mass communication,
both mirror and influence societal values.
C. Recognize and analyze the significance of specifically gay films within the context of film
history.
D. Demonstrate familiarity with significant queer theoretical approaches to the study of
cinema.
E. Evaluate critically, both orally and in writing, the works studied.
F. Recognize the historical and social significance of the works studied.
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LGBT 12 A. Demonstrate familiarity with contemporary trends in queer representation both inside and
outside of commercial cinema
B. Demonstrate an understanding ofnarrative, documentary and experimental film making
and how each approach is commonly used to represent queerness.
C. Recognize and analyze the manner in which films as a medium of mass communication,
both mirror and influence societal values.
D. Recognize and analyze the significance of economic constraints on production,
distribution and exhibition of independent queer images.
E. Evaluate critically, both orally and in writing, the works studied.
F. Recognize and analyze the social significance of the works studied.
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LGBT 15
B. Analyze and evaluate autobiographical and literary texts from various periods ranging
from classical literature through the mid-20th century.
D. Identify and analyze personal strategies and social patterns developed by LGBT
individuals to provide protection and enable expression.
E. Identify various geographical centers of written and artistic expression and analyze
conditions in these centers that were conducive and/or adverse to freedom and creativity
for LGBT individuals including the ways that colonialism complicated these expressions.
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LGBT 18 A. Analyze the importance of Transgender peoples from ancient cultures to the
present day in different regions of the globe through art, film and literature.
B. Critically approach key issues in the social construction of Transgender or 'gender
variant' identity in various regions of the world with a keen understanding of the
ways that cultural identity is informed by issues that include politics, religion,
colonial history and a developing insistence on a binary gender scheme.
C. Identify and analyze personal strategies and social patterns developed by
Transgender and 'gender variant' individuals to provide protection and enable
expression within a general culture that is transphobic (including parts ofthe Gay,
Lesbian and Bisexual community).
D. Analyze changing definitions of sex and gender roles and identities within their
historic and cultural complexities.
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LGBT 20 A. Compare and contrast works of art by artists of different historical periods in order to
ascertain the changing social constructions of queerness in art.
B. Analyze the relationship between an artist's sexuality and subsequent creative work.
C. Examine the centrality of homophobia and the closet to the development of art in America.
D. Distinguish specific thematic continuities in the work of queer artists and correlate to
issues ofgender, race and class as well as sexuality.
E. Assess the encoding of sexuality in works of art that at first might seem free from any
relationship to LGBT identity.
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LGBT 25 A. Demonstrate familiarity with major lesbian and gay American artists of the Fifties and
their work.
B. Recognize the encoding ofsexuality and identity in works of art that do not at first seem
to represent lesbian or gay themes.
C. Analyze works of art in relation to lesbian and gay cultures and communities of Fifties
America.
D. Analyze the relationship of lesbian and gay art to dominant culture of the period and
explore the circumstances behind its unparalleled success.
E. Recognize the centrality of homophobia and the closet to the development of the arts in
Fifties America.
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LGBT 55 A. Analyze lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender cultures from different regions of the
globe using contemporary representations of art, literature, film, and music.
B. Critically approach key issues in the social construction of LGBT identity in various
regions of the world with a keen understanding of the ways that cultural identity is
informed by issues that include politics, religion, and colonial history.
C. Examine the cultural importance of the specificities of cultural identity combined with
queer identity.
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LGBT 77 A. Analyze and critique established queer-identified work in multiple disciplines.
B. Produce an original work of art, expressing some aspect of contemporary LGBT Queer
experience.
C. Constructively critique peer work, highlighting the influence and expression of
queer-identity within the work.
D. Compare and contrast the work of closeted and non-closeted work from LGBT artists.
E. Analyze the connections of how societal and internalized homophobia is intertwined and
reflected in queer-identified work.
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MUS 2AA. Integrate musicianship, counterpoint, and harmonic principles in the perspectives of medieval/renaissance styles and usages.
B. Create and perform original compositions.
C. Interpret, analyze and perform music with “taste” and confidence.
F. Analyze aurally and visually selected musical examples and describe stylistic characteristics.
G. Employ contrapuntal and harmonic devices in written assignments and analysis exercises.
H. Utilize reading, sight-singing, dictation, keyboard harmony and improvisation.
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MUS 2BA. Integrate musicianship, counterpoint, and harmonic principles in the perspectives of baroque styles and usages.
B. Create and perform original compositions.
C. Interpret, analyze and perform music with “taste” and confidence.
D. Identify chord progressions.
E. Sight-read and conduct simple melodies.
F. Analyze aurally and visually selected musical examples and describe stylistic characteristics.
G. Employ contrapuntal and harmonic devices in written assignments and analysis exercises.
H. Utilize reading, sight-singing, dictation, keyboard harmony and improvisation.
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MUS 2CA. Integrate musicianship, counterpoint, and harmonic principles in the perspectives of classic/romantic styles and technique.
B. Create and perform original compositions.
C. Interpret, analyze and perform music with “taste” and confidence.
D. Identify chord progressions.
E. Sight-read and conduct simple melodies.
F. Analyze aurally and visually selected musical examples and describe stylistic characteristics.
G. Employ contrapuntal and harmonic devices in written assignments and analysis exercises.
H. Utilize reading, sight-singing, dictation, keyboard harmony and improvisation.
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MUS 2DA. Integrate musicianship, counterpoint, and harmonic principles in the perspectives of modern styles and technique.
B. Create and perform original compositions.
C. Interpret, analyze and perform music with “taste” and confidence.
D. Identify chord progressions.
E. Sight-read and conduct simple melodies.
F. Analyze aurally and visually selected musical examples and describe stylistic characteristics.
G. Employ contrapuntal and harmonic devices in written assignments and analysis exercises.
H. Utilize reading, sight-singing, dictation, keyboard harmony and improvisation.
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MUS 21 A. Identify and evaluate both theoretical and practical information on how and
why traditional African music is a language, a mode of expression which
addresses the mind through the heart, using related, relevant and significant
movements which have their basic counterparts in African life.
B. Express special and real-life experiences in music and poetic forms.
C. Distinguish between religious and secular African music.
D. Analyze the cultural and social values of African music.
E. Identify names of instruments and understand the significance of similar names in different areas of Africa.
F. Understand and examine folklore, proverbs, dance and music structures in
African societies as part of an overall African philosophy.
G. Understand and interpret drum language.
H. Analyze speech melody and the "Talking Drum".
I. Identify the relationship between the music and dance.
J. Interpret African rhythms.
K. Examine the role of the lead drummer and composer as a community leader.
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MUS 22AA. Recognize style characteristics of medieval and renaissance music: early Christian Chant to 1600.
C. Relate pieces of music to their historical milieu, political and social.
D. Evaluate the relative importance of composers and their works, aesthetically, and within their time.
E. Synthesize the general historical trends in music, relating various attitudes of composition to visual art, literature and theater.
F. Relate music to the other arts
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MUS 22BA. Recognize style characteristics of baroque and classical music: the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
C. Relate pieces of music to their historical milieu, political and social.
D. Evaluate the relative importance of composers and their works, aesthetically, and within their time.
E. Synthesize the general historical trends in music, relating various attitudes of composition to visual art, literature and theater.
F. Relate music to the other arts
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MUS 22CA. Recognize style characteristics of nineteenth century romanticism: Beethoven to Mahler
C. Relate pieces of music to their historical milieu, political and social.
D. Evaluate the relative importance of composers and their works, aesthetically, and within their time.
E. Synthesize the general historical trends in music, relating various attitudes of composition to visual art, literature and theater.
F. Relate music to the other arts
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MUS 23 A. Assemble a clear and correct picture of the development of this music
which was started by slaves, and which at first was performed only by
them, but which was later copied and performed by whites.
B. Explain how this copying and imitating started a further blending of
influences which resulted in a continuing evolution up to the present.
C. Identify the predominance of black innovators which has existed
throughout the development of this music up to the present.
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MUS 24 A. Describe the history of China, Korea and Japan, focusing on musical
aspects. Compare and contrast the three countries in terms of musical
development.
B. Identify the significant periods of history in which certain music and
dance forms were nurtured and developed and relate how the political
situations influenced the development of these musical forms and how
these musical forms influenced the life of the people.
C. Draw distinctions between East Asian and Western music with respect to
tonal structure, historical development and aesthetic value.
D. Appreciate East Asian music from a native perspective.
E. Present in essay writing an understanding of the religions, philosophies
and lifestyles of the three countries through the ages.
F. Demonstrate a recognition and general knowledge of such musical forms
as the Peking Opera, Cantonese Opera, Kabuki, Noh, Bunraku, Gagaku,
Ritual music and religious music.
G. Trace back to their origins, historical and geographical, most
contemporary musical and dance forms.
H. Identify oriental instruments from photographs, drawings and
recordings.
I. Differentiate between Chinese and Japanese music in terms of form and
instrumentation.
J. Explain the relationship between the language tones and the music of
China and the significance of poetry and musical poem in the
development of Chinese music.
K. Relate how Western music influenced the development of the music of
China, Japan and Korea.
L. Define oriental musical terms.
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MUS 25 1. Describe, analyze, and compare the music of the geographical different
regions and cultural groups in Latin America.
2. Describe the social function of music in Latin American cultures.
3. Demonstrate an understanding of the historical origins of the different Latin
American cultures and the ways that these are reflected in musical traditions.
4. Demonstrate a recognition of music as a cultural force in Latin America and the Caribbean.
6. Analyze different forms of music using the concepts and terminology of
musicology.
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MUS 26 A. Identify, analyze, contrast and compare music of America's diverse cultures, and experiences contributing to that music.
B. Learn about individual ethnic groups as well as ethnicity as a concept.
C. Acquire an appreciation of the accomplishments and identities as well as awareness of the obstacles confronted by various ethnic groups as mirrored in the musical experience.
D. Define essential and formal aspects of music from varying cultures; discuss similarities, differences, and explain findings with appropriate vocabulary.
E. Assess music's role in ceremonies and socio-cultural gatherings from culture to culture.
F. Discuss examples of music's role in political/ social/ protest/disenchantment.
G. Develop field techniques - document and collect music of ethnic interest occurring within the student's environmental frame of reference (techniques include selecting a topic, library research, participation/ observation, ethics, field equipment, interviewing, conclusions/presentation).
H. Locate values implied in music from varying groups.
J. Recognize effects of merchandising, marketing and acculturation on ethnic musical traditions.
K. Within the broad genre of American popular music, locate influences attributable to America's diverse cultures.
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MUS 27AA. Assess music as an informed and perceptive listener.
B. Compose, choose and employ a musical terminology
C. Evaluate the musical experience as the cumulative result of the many
different aspects of music; rhythm, meter, melody, texture, timbre,
dynamics and form.
D. Analyze and compare musical genres such as symphonic and
chamber music, musicals and operas, classical ballet and modern
dance, Baroque fugue and Classical era sonata form.
E. Summarize from a historical perspective the social and political events
contributing to the development of music.
F. Contrast and compare musical styles and genres from different
historical periods such as Medieval/Renaissance, Baroque/Classical
and Romantic/Contemporary.
G. Integrate and synthesize elements of art, music and history in relation
to culture and society.
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MUS 27CA. Define various musical styles and performers, what meanings they accrued and how they express queer identity.
B. Analyze the encoding of sexuality and queer identity in various musical styles and performers.
C. Compare the different subject-positions of composer, performer, and audience in the experiencing of music.
D. Explain how the different subject-positions create different perspectives on music and queer identity.
E. Evaluate various critical arguments for and the encoding of sexuality and queer identity in music.
F. Analyze how music has created a space for queer identity in the dominant culture.
G. Propose musical styles or performers not covered in the course and how and why they encode sexuality.
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MUS 27RA. Achieve a broader awareness of the relationship of rock and popular music to the traditional oral folk music and written classical music traditions.
B. Demonstrate an ability to identify individual rock genres such as: post WWII ballads, rhythm and blues, country music, the Beatles, British blues, 60’s rock, heavy metal, Art rock of the 70’s. Punk and new wave, electronics, rap, reggae, world music, fusion, etc.
C. Find relationships between the music and simultaneous historical, social and economic factors of each era.
D. Describe technological advances (e.g. multi-track recording, digital synthesis, MIDI, etc.) and the effect of these advances, pertaining to Rock music.
E. Identify the names and contribution of prominent Rock artists from each era.
F. Comprehend the business aspects (e.g. royalties, mechanicals, production, marketing, etc.) of this music.
G. Understand the profound impact this music has had throughout the United States as well as the rest of the World.
H. Identify major racial, political, socio-cultural and technological events and forces that have shaped this unique expression throughout the history of the United States.
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MUS 28 A. Identify and compare major composers and styles of twentieth century music.
B. Define and identify by listening basic twentieth century music terminology.
C. Differentiate and evaluate music composed before 1920, after 1920, and after 1945.
D. Identify elements of music, including all historical styles, including instruments, harmony, texture and properties of melody and rhythm, and assess within a 29th century context.
E. Design and demonstrate a found, creative, or adapted “new” musical instrument.
F. Compose and perform a one-minute graphic score.
G. Create an electronic music piece.
H. Analyze and appraise 20th Century music through listening reviews of concerts (live whenever possible) of contemporary composers.
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PHIL 2 A. Demonstrate the ability to identify and evaluate the major moral theories of sustaining influence.
B. Demonstrate the ability to identify and evaluate the major theories of political philosophy of sustaining influence.
C. Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast the major moral theories off against each other.
D. Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast the major theories of political philosophy off against each other.
E. Identify the major presupposition in any theory of moral or political philosophy, including, but not limited to:
i. assumptions regarding moral development and moral psychology
ii. the nature of rationality and its role in moral and political
thought and action
iii. the place and proper structure of social organization within the natural world
iv. the nature and source of value, intrinsic or otherwise
v. the nature of human nature and its role in moral and political thought and action
vi. the place and source of rights, autonomy, and liberty within moral and political contexts
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PHIL 4 C. Demonstrate a grasp of the particular claims, theories, and arguments advanced by the philosophers studied.
D. Demonstrate an ability to place the various philosophers and positions studied against each other with respect to the problems addressed.
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PHIL 25AC. Demonstrate a grasp of the particular claims, theories, and arguments advanced by the philosophers studied.
D. Demonstrate an ability to place the various philosophers and positions studied against each other with respect to the problems addressed.
E. Identify the major figures in the ancient period of Greek philosophy, summarize their major theses and supporting arguments, and be ableintelligently to discuss the relative merits of their positions;
F. Identify a select number of the major problems of the ancient period of Greek philosophy, explain their cultural origins, trace their developments, and discuss their cultural effects;
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PHIL 25CB. Demonstrate an ability to read critically: i.e., to actively engage a text, ferret out its arguments and assumptions and to be in a position to address those arguments either verbally or in writing.
C. Demonstrate a grasp of the particular claims, theories, and arguments advanced by the philosophers studied.
D. Demonstrate an ability to place the various philosophers and positions studied against each other with respect to the problems addressed.
E. Identify the major figures in the early modern period of European
philosophy, summarize their major theses and supporting arguments, and be able intelligently to discuss the relative merits of their positions.
F. Identify a select number of the major problems of the early modern period of European philosophy, explain their cultural origins, trace their developments, and discuss their cultural effects.
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PHOT 50AC. Analyze critically, both orally and in writing, a structure for evaluating visual images.
G. Recognize the significant relationships between images and history
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PHST 30 1. Demonstrate a critical understanding of Filipino society and culture.
2. Classify and distinguish the various historical, social and cultural factors that have influenced Philippine society.
4. Classify and compare the various social and cultural characteristics of the major
regions and ethnic groups in the Philippines.
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PIL 1 Demonstrate knowledge of functional vocabulary.
Read and comprehend simple dialogs.
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PIL 2 Write all the letters of the Philippine alphabet correctly.
Ask questions and/or make statements about a limited number of social or work situations.
Read and comprehend simple texts dealing with a limited range of social and/or work situations.
Make statements and/or ask questions about the topics studied.
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PIL 10AIdentify the basic sounds and rhythms of the Filipino language and reproduce them in a simple, but often difficult to understand utterances.
State isolated words and a limited number of high-frequency phrases and utterances in gradually increasing number of very predictable areas.
Apply basic structures in short phrases or statements involving common situations, task or places.
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PIL 10BCommunicate in basic exchanges repeating and stating learned utterances or expressions and using these in simple variations or re-combinations.
Ask and respond to questions or make statements about common, learned subject matter.
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PIL 10CRecognize and comprehend sentence-length statements composed of variations or re-combinations or learned class materials in common situations or places.
State in simple variations or re-combinations basic learned subject matter, but generally in reactive mode.
Ask and answer questions about simple, basic situations or tasks in a minimally sustained mode.
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PIL 39AA. Characterize the periods studies in regard to seminal historical, cultural and literary events; name the authors and their most important achievements.
B. Interpret the literary works read by analyzing themes, characters, artistic devices, external influences, etc.
C. Examine a text as a social and/or historical document through direct reference to the text, description of the social conditions and mores of the times, and showing if the text merely reflects or transcends the world of the time.
D. Explain how the author's personal life is reflected in the text.
E. Compare and contrast the authors and the texts studied by identifying similarities and differences in subject, technique, and theme.
F. Describe the influence on Philippine literature by the nations that colonized the country from the 16th to the 20th centuries.
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PIL 39BCompare and contrast the authors and the texts studied by identifying similarities and differences in subject, technique and theme.
Describe the influences on Philippine literature by the nations that colonized the country from the 15th to the 20th centuries.
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RUSS 1 Understand spoken and written Russian at an elementary level.
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RUSS 1ASpeak with grammatical and intonational accuracy and intelligible pronunciation.
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RUSS 1BSpeak with grammatical and intonational accuracy and intelligible pronunciation.
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RUSS 2 Understand spoken and written Russian at an elementary level, incorporating familiarity with all noun cases and verbal aspect.
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RUSS 2AUnderstand spoken and written Russian at an elementary level, incorporating familiarity with all noun cases and verbal aspect.
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RUSS 2BSpeak with grammatical and intonational accuracy and intelligible pronunciation, using all noun cases and an elementary knowledge of verbal aspect.
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RUSS 3 In an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the cultural and grammatical elements studied in both oral and written forms.
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RUSS 3AIn an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the cultural and grammatical elements studied in both oral and written forms.
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RUSS 3BIn an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the cultural and grammatical elements studied in both oral and written forms.
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RUSS 10AIn an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the basic cultural and grammatical elements studied, both orally and in writing.
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RUSS 10BIn an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the basic cultural and grammatical elements studied, both orally and in writing.
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RUSS 10CIn an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the basic cultural and grammatical elements studied, both orally and in writing.
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RUSS 10DIn an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the cultural and grammatical elements studied, both orally and in writing.
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RUSS 15AIn an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the cultural and grammatical elements studied, both orally and in writing.
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RUSS 15BIn an unrehearsed situation, reproduce the cultural and grammatical elements studied, both orally and in writing.
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RUSS 20 Utilize the vocabulary within the specific area with accuracy, fluency, and a certain degree of sophistication.Perfectly aligned
RUSS 21 Read and comprehend simple, modern expository prose.Perfectly aligned
RUSS 21ARead and comprehend simple, modern expository prose.
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RUSS 21BRead and comprehend simple, modern expository prose.
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RUSS 22 Read and comprehend simple, modern expository prose.
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RUSS 22ARead and comprehend simple, modern expository prose.
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RUSS 22BRead and comprehend simple, modern expository prose.
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RUSS 39ACompare and contrast the authors and works studied by identifying their similarities and their differences in subject, technique, and theme.Perfectly aligned
RUSS 39BInterpret the literary works read by analyzing themes, characters, artistic devices, external influences, etc.Perfectly aligned
RUSS 41 Trace the evolution of the Russian language and contrast Russian to other Slavic and Indo-European languages.
Trace and discuss the influence of folklore on Russian culture as reflected in literature, art, music and daily life.
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SPAN 1 Communicate effectively in basic situations using a range of grammatical structures while incorporating accurate pronunciation and intonation.

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SPAN 1ACommunicate effectively in basic situations using a range of grammatical structures while incorporating accurate pronunciation and intonation.
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SPAN 1BCommunicate effectively in basic situations using a range of grammatical structures while incorporating accurate pronunciation and intonation.
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SPAN 2 Communicate effectively in everyday situations using a range of grammatical structures and learned vocabulary while incorporating accurate pronunciation and intonation.
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SPAN 2ACommunicate effectively in everyday situations using a range of grammatical structures and learned vocabulary while incorporating accurate pronunciation and intonation.
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SPAN 2BCommunicate effectively in everyday situations using a range of grammatical structures and learned vocabulary while incorporating accurate pronunciation and intonation.

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SPAN 3 Respond orally and in writing to most fact-based reading comprehension material.
Converse on the main ideas and significant details of written texts.
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SPAN 3ARespond orally and in writing to most fact-based reading comprehension material.
Converse on the main ideas and significant details of written texts.
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SPAN 3BRespond orally and in writing to most fact-based reading comprehension material.
Converse on the main ideas and significant details of written texts.
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SPAN 5 Achieve greater command of the Spanish language through discussions, oral presentations and debates.

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SPAN 5SAchieve greater command of the Spanish language through discussions, oral presentations and debates.

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SPAN 7 Increase their overall command of the spoken and written language.
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SPAN 10AUnderstand and respond to spoken Spanish in a five-minute conversation
with the instructor and/or another student on a topic studied during the semester.
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SPAN 10BUnderstand and respond to spoken Spanish in a seven to 10-minute conversation
with the instructor and/or another student on a topic studied during the semester.
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SPAN 10CUnderstand and respond to spoken Spanish in a ten to 15-minute conversation
with the instructor and/or another student on a topic studied during the semester.
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SPAN 10DInterpret and discuss, both orally and in writing, the cultural topics with the guidance of the instructor.Perfectly aligned
SPAN 31 Identify, compare and contrast major aspects of the Hispanic world through its prominent figures, institutions, art forms, transitions, etc..
Deduce and demonstrate valid conclusions from these cultural elements.

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SPAN 31AWrite and speak in different settings and distinguish different registers of the language using from casual to academic Spanish.
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SPAN 31BSpeak and write with enriched vocabulary.
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SPAN 32 Analyze and synthesize the principals of syntax introduced in the grammar portion of the courses.
Apply these principals in reading and writing skills.

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SPAN 41 Demonstrate both orally and in writing, how each period of Spanish history results from the social and political events and institutions and how attitudes and ways of life, art, architecture and music all reflect the tone and spirit of the age.Perfectly aligned
SPCH 5 G. Deliver oral presentations to an audience on cultural experiences with self confidence, clarity and smoothness of style;Perfectly aligned
SPCH 37 a. Deliver an organized and socially relevant speech with confidence;
b. Write a coherent outline with identifiable thesis statement and main points;
g. Specialize in two of the following four areas of Public Speaking: (1)Debate, (2)Platform, (3) Limited Preparation, (4) Oral Interpretation
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SPCH 38 Deliver a minimum of two 5-10 minute speeches with notes.Mostly aligned
TH A 30 5. Critically review a production by standards of craft and artistry.
3. Describe how particular plays are direct responses to the historical and environmental factors which form their cultural context.
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TH A 31 2. Utilize accepted criteria and vocabulary for dramatic analysis and criticism.
4. Demonstrate the relationship between various dramatic styles and the social, religious, economic and political influences of the time in which they appeared.
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TH A 32 4. Differentiate between the thematic and narrative content of play and the aesthetic form of the writing.
5. Discuss and evaluate the quality of production.
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TH A 150 Examine and analyze the intricacies of acting techniques on a basic level.
Demonstrate ability toward creating believable characterizations in scenes and monologues.
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TH A 152 D. The student will be able to analyze a script according to its performaonce
requirements
b. Recognize what is needed to make an effective stage picituire
i. Identify the aspects of interpretatioas they are used in performance
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WOMN 10 The student will be able to use Feminist Film Theory to analyze contemporary mainstream representations of women.Mostly aligned
WOMN 20 Produce and revise documentation formats for their stories.Perfectly aligned