What’s Your Story?

This course introduces students to the tools they need to discover and analyze the diverse lives of others, peers, and themselves to build a richer understanding of our past, including adversity-type events, and how it forms one’s individual narrative. Methods for students to gain analytical, comprehension, and communication (writing and oral) skills include: journal, prompts, and formal writing; use of technology tools for research, writing, collaboration and presentation; fiction and non-fiction text and media analysis; comparing and contrasting human experience stories; reflection activities; story mapping; gaining observation, reflection, and questioning skills.

Instructors: Alicia Wenzel and Cindy Ryan
Keywords: Self & Identity, Storytelling, Communication & Humanity
CRN: 20929