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1 Journalism AUTUMN SEMESTER COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

2 Courses 1. Compulsory course Course unit Course # ECTS semester YC0393 Crossmediaproject Print 6 YR0118 Survival Dutch 3 2. Optional courses On top of the compulsory courses students can choose courses for a maximum of 30 ECTS per semester. Please read the prerequisites of every course in the course list carefully before applying. Mechelen University College remains the right to change the learning agreement upon arrival if the student doesn t meet the requirements to enter the course. Attention: the combination of courses can be restricted by planning issues and will be communicated beforehand. Course unit Course # ECTS YC0401 Crossmediaproject Radio* 6 OR YC0404 Crossmediaproject TV* 6 YC0474 Media Analysis 3 YC0693 International reporting 3 YC0559 Engels 3/ 3 4 YC0561 Engels 4/ 4 3 YR0129 Intercultural Communication 3 Not available Entrepreneurship 3 *You can not take both YC0401 and YC0404; you have to choose one of them. 2

3 COMPULSORY COURSE: YC0393 Crossmediaproject Print Lieve Roegiers 6 ECTS tive of the production, the target group and the medium taking into account the journalistic selection criteria. research methods, reflect this information correctly and communicate about it transparently. providers as well as from alternative (new) information channels, niche media and foreign sources. You master the necessary interview techniques to do so. publication, taking into account the patterns and limitations of the medium like time, volume, goal, journalistic genre, format, target group, ter medium specific technical and creative skills to tell a journalistic story, taking into account a possible crossmedial and multimedial context. The focus is on written texts resulting in a both online and print output. eamwise, independently and in an enterprising way in a crossmedial newsroom, also in professionally difficult circumstances and when deadlines have to be met. he role and influence of journalism in society and on the developments within the profession. You can distinguish between hard journalism and infotainment and entertainment. The students participating in this course are contributing to the crossmedial platform which is aimed at international students in Mechelen and by extension Flanders. The language of communication is. We focus on everything that may captivate the target group society, culture, lifestyle, media and student life with an eye to what other media overlook. As far as the content is concerned we cover a wide range of topics. The common purpose is to look for news that hasn t been covered yet (scoops), surprising angles on existing news and original forms to bring (complex) news in an attractive way. We take into account 3

4 the specific interests of international students: cultural differences, practical difficulties in everyday life because of a different lifestyle or different habits, international perspective. Students also are expected to prove their knowledge of the print medium and designing skills as they also have to produce content for a print magazine. They show that they understand the dynamics and conditions of the print medium as opposed to online content. They are able to produce an acceptable design, as far as lay-out, typography and photography are concerned. ions have to comply with the rules of journalistic ethics. The students have to reach quota as pointed out at the beginning of the course. They will have to write a minimum of articles, which will be defined in amount, genre, medium and length. They will be assessed both on their process and their ability to work within the professial acquirements of the crossmedial project, as on their final result, which will be published on the website 21bis.be and handed in as a printed version for a magazine. Next to being assessed by their lecturers, they will have to assess themselves and their follow students (peer-to-peer) using a list of skills and attitudes which is based on the course objectives as listed above. Basic journalistic skills: knowledge of research, interview techniques, writing skills (their should be sufficient), different journalistic genres and online and print publication (content management, designing skills, photography). 4

5 COMPULSORY COURSE YR0118 SURVIVAL DUTCH Niomi Kelly Gert Van den Eynde 3 ECTS / Dutch This language course Dutch for foreign students focuses on the basic language skills one needs to survive in a Dutch speaking region. Gradually your competence and confidence in speaking, reading and writing Dutch will be built up, starting from the day to day life. ICT is used in order to give everybody the opportunity to follow his/her own tempo. Communication exercises in and outside the classroom are very important in this course. Active participation during class, preparing homework on regular basis. Oral Exam in January. Good knowledge of the language B1 (speaking, understanding and reading) A2 (Writing) according CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for languages) 5

6 OPTIONAL COURSE : YC0401 Crossmediaproject Radio Jeroen Franssen 6 ECTS of the production, the target group and the medium taking into account the journalistic selection criteria. sary journalistic research methods, reflect this information correctly and communicate about it transparently. providers as well as from alternative (new) information channels, niche media and foreign sources. You master the necessary interview techniques to do so. and online publication, taking into account the patterns and limitations of the medium like time, volume, goal, journalistic genre, format, target group, taking into account a possible crossmedial and multimedial context. The focus is on radio. way in a crossmedial newsroom, also in professionally difficult circumstances and when deadlines have to be met. ics. developments within the profession. You can distinguish between hard journalism and infotainment and entertainment. The students participating in this course are contributing to the crossmedial platform which is aimed at international students in Mechelen and by extension Flanders. The language of communication is. We focus on everything that may captivate the target group society, culture, lifestyle, media and student life with an eye to what other media overlook. As far as the content is concerned we cover a wide range of topics. The common purpose is to look for news that hasn t been covered yet (scoops), surprising angles on existing news and original forms to bring (complex) news in an attractive way. We take into account 6

7 the specific interests of international students: cultural differences, practical difficulties in everyday life because of a different lifestyle or different habits, international perspective. Students also are expected to prove their knowledge of the radio and online medium. They show that they understand the dynamics and conditions of radio and online content. The students have to reach quota as pointed out at the beginning of the course. They will have to make a minimum of radio stories and programmes, which will be defined in amount, genre, medium and length. They will be assessed both on their process and their ability to work within the professial acquirements of the crossmedial project, as on their final result, which will be broadcasted and published on the website 21bis.be. Next to being assessed by their lecturers, they will have to assess themselves and their follow students (peer-to-peer) using a list of skills and attitudes which is based on the course objectives as listed above. Basic journalistic skills: knowledge of research, interview techniques, (online) writing skills (their should be sufficient), different journalistic genres and basic radio skills (recording, editing, working in a radio studio). 7

8 OPTIONAL COURSE : YC0404 Crossmediaproject TV Iris De Roover 6 ECTS of the production, the target group and the medium taking into account the journalistic selection criteria. sary journalistic research methods, reflect this information correctly and communicate about it transparently. providers as well as from alternative (new) information channels, niche media and foreign sources. You master the necessary interview techniques to do so. tv broadcasting and online publication, taking into account the patterns and limitations of the medium like time, volume, goal, journalistic genre, format, target group, taking into account a possible crossmedial and multimedial context. The focus is on tv. unction, plan and organize teamwise, independently and in an enterprising way in a crossmedial newsroom, also in professionally difficult circumstances and when deadlines have to be met. developments within the profession. You can distinguish between hard journalism and infotainment and entertainment. The students participating in this course are contributing to the crossmedial platform which is aimed at international students in Mechelen and by extension Flanders. The language of communication is. We focus on everything that may captivate the target group society, culture, lifestyle, media and student life with an eye to what other media overlook. As far as the content is concerned we cover a wide range of topics. The common purpose is to look for news that hasn t been covered yet (scoops), surprising angles on existing news and original forms to bring (complex) news in an attractive way. We take into account the specific interests of international students: cultural differences, practical 8

9 difficulties in everyday life because of a different lifestyle or different habits, international perspective. Students also are expected to prove their knowledge of the television and online medium. They show that they understand the dynamics and conditions of tv and online content. The students have to reach quota as pointed out at the beginning of the course. They will have to make a minimum of tv stories and online articles, which will be defined in amount, genre, medium and length. They will be assessed both on their process and their ability to work within the professional acquirements of the crossmedia project, as on their final result, which will be broadcasted and published on the website 21bis.be. Next to being assessed by their lecturers, they will have to assess themselves and their follow students (peer-to-peer) using a list of skills and attitudes which is based on the course objectives as listed above. Basic journalistic skills: knowledge of research, interview techniques, (online) writing skills (their should be sufficient), different journalistic genres and basic tv skills (visual language, camera, editing). 9

10 OPTIONAL COURSE : YC0474 Media Analysis Nadia Dala 3 ECTS research methods, reflect this information correctly and communicate about it transparently. tically on the role and influence of journalism in society and on the developments within the profession. You can distinguish between hard journalism and infotainment and entertainment. During classes national and international news sources, newspapers, Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, magazines etc. are analysed. Group discussions and the input of the students are crucial. Students are tested on their topical knowledge. -Written and oral analysis of topical news items -Written and oral argumenting of opinions -Participating in group discussions on hot topics -Recognizing (new) dominant thinking patterns in society -Critical analysis of shifts in media structures 100% continuous assessment (papers/assignments). Good knowledge of the language B1 (speaking, understanding and reading) A2 (Writing) according CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for languages) 10

11 OPTIONAL COURSE : YC0693 International reporting Nadia Dala 3 ECTS necessary journalistic research methods, reflect this information correctly and communicate about it transparently. istic ethics in an international context. the global society and on the developments within the profession. What is international or global reporting about? What is the context a foreign correspondent is working in? What about press freedom around the world? 100% continuous assessment (papers/assignments). Good knowledge of the language B1 (speaking, understanding and reading) A2 (Writing) according CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for languages) 11

12 OPTIONAL COURSE YC Rita Vliegen 4 ECTS Spring At the end of the course the student is able to: - gather information efficiently and critically using the necessary journalistic research methods; reflect this information correctly and communicate about it transparently. Comprehensive level: The student looks for information independently using traditional sources. - consult and analyse reliable and diverse sources. Comprehensive level: The student mentions the sources correctly. - use as a tool to communicate efficiently and function professionally in diverse journalistic work situations. Comprehensive level: The student is able to converse properly in and to write a brief text. Vocabulary: Key words in the media (syllabus): self-study. Grammar: relatives, adjectives and adverbs, linking words, tenses Reading, listening, speaking and writing: -> articles are read, analysed, discussed and processed. -> Authentic video and audio recordings are listened to, discussed and processed. -> Specific communication skills are trained such as telephoning, meeting, negotiating. -> Writing an , personal opinion, essay. -> Research assignments as a preparation for speaking exercises in class. Continuous assessment (60%) (writing and research, vocabulary and grammar, speaking) Oral exam (40%) (topics syllabus communication skills) Final competences 1 and 2 (Common European Framework): Understanding - Listening: B2 Understanding - Reading: B1 Speaking: B1 Writing: A2 12

13 OPTIONAL COURSE YC Rita Vliegen 3 ECTS - To gather information efficiently and critically using the necessary journalistic research methods; to reflect this information correctly and communicate about it transparently. Integrative level: You look for relevant information fast and independently. You judge this information critically. - To consult and analyse reliable and diverse sources and in some cases use the necessary interviewing techniques to do so. (integrative level) - Process information into a correct Dutch product that is suitable for publication. (comprehensive level) -> for international students the corresponding task will be adjusted. - Use as a tool to communicate efficiently and function professionally in diverse journalistic work situations. Integrative level: You are able to participate actively in speaking exercises about socially relevant topics. You can write a balanced text about a socially relevant topic. - Interviewing a native speaker: interviewing, presenting, writing; - Text study, listening comprehension, speaking and writing exercises. 100% continuous assessment: - Oral exercises (50%) - Writing, research, vocabulary acquisition (50%) Final competences 3 (Common European Framework): Understanding (listening, reading): B2 Speaking: B2 Writing: B1 Journalistic competencies: 3. Level medium: You look for information independently using traditional sources. 4. Level medium: You mention the sources correctly. 13. Level medium: You are able to have a proper conversation in and to write a brief text. 13

14 YR0129 Intercultural Communication Nadia Dala 3 ECTS The student has a wide level of general development. He/she has basic and ready knowledge of daily subjects which are under discussion in and on a journalistic medium oriented on a wide target group. He/she consults daily newspapers and other reliable information sources. The student formulates a question (under supervision) and searches information depending on it via traditional sources. He/she analyses important ethical (deontological) questions with a theoretical frame. Obtaining insight in -, and learning the cross cultural communication competences with examples, cases and group exercises. Putting into practice the cultural dimensions in communication according to Geert Hofstede, learning the TOPOI model as an instrument of detecting and anticipating cross-cultural miscommunications in intercultural communication. Making our students aware of the filters in communication and of the potential culture shocks in an international context; recognizing the different culturally defined organisationand communication models, - also reflected in the media. All the theory is put into practice and mirrored against the setting of an international media life. Permanent evaluation. Recommended literature: Cultures and organizations, intercultural cooperation and its importance for survival. software of the mind. Geert Hofstede - profile books. When cultures collide, Richard D. Lewis. This course will probably be held in the evening. Permanent evaluation, tasks Good knowledge of the language B1 (speaking, understanding and reading) A2 (Writing) according CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for languages) 14

15 OPTIONAL COURSE : Not available Entrepreneurship 3 ECTS Under construction Good knowledge of the language B1 (speaking, understanding and reading) A2 (Writing) according CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for languages) 15

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