Teaching TV Sitcom Teaching TV Sitcom

This comprehensive, erudite and accessible guide provides a stimulating introduction to teaching this popular topic, with practical and helpful advice on classroom approaches and accessible reference to key critical and theoretical writing. This comprehensive, erudite and accessible guide provides a stimulating introduction to teaching this popular topic, with practical and helpful advice on classroom approaches and accessible reference to key critical and theoretical writing.
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This comprehensive, erudite and accessible guide provides a stimulating introduction to teaching this popular topic, with practical and helpful advice on classroom approaches and accessible reference to key critical and theoretical writing. Using examples from TV sitcoms in Britain and the US, this guide explores sitcom conventions, types of sitcom and issues such as representation of gender and others. 

Contents include: 

  • Introduction: assessment contexts and schemes of work
  • The origins of sitcom in the UK and US
  • Alternative comedies
  • Forms and conventions
  • Producers and audiences
  • Changes in the role of sitcom
  • Types of sitcom
  • Analysing sitcom
  • Case studies: sticom families; sitcom and gender; sitcom and realism

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This comprehensive, erudite and accessible guide provides a stimulating introduction to teaching this popular topic, with practical and helpful advice on classroom approaches and accessible reference to key critical and theoretical writing. Using examples from TV sitcoms in Britain and the US, this guide explores sitcom conventions, types of sitcom and issues such as representation of gender and others. 

Contents include: 

  • Introduction: assessment contexts and schemes of work
  • The origins of sitcom in the UK and US
  • Alternative comedies
  • Forms and conventions
  • Producers and audiences
  • Changes in the role of sitcom
  • Types of sitcom
  • Analysing sitcom
  • Case studies: sticom families; sitcom and gender; sitcom and realism

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SKU 9780851709758
Author(s) James Baker
Publisher(s) BFI Education
Format Paperback
Original publication date 2003
Number of pages 75

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