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GRILLE DE COURS - Communications médiatiques

CODE DU PROGRAMME : 500.AJ

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Noter :

Cette grille de cours présente le plan de progression scolaire pour l’option bilingue de ce programme.

Session 1

 

601-101-MQ - ÉCRITURE ET LITTÉRATURE

Description du cours :

Expliquer les représentations du monde contenues dans des textes littéraires d’époques et de genres variés.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Reconnaître le traitement d’un thème dans un texte.
  • Situer le texte dans son contexte culturel et sociohistorique.
  • Dégager les rapports entre le réel, le langage et l’imaginaire.
  • Élaborer un plan de dissertation.
  • Rédiger une dissertation explicative.
  • Réviser et corriger le texte.

 

340-101-MQ - PHILOSOPHIE ET RATIONALITÉ

Description du cours :

Traiter d’une question philosophique.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Distinguer la philosophie des autres discours sur la réalité.
  • Présenter la contribution de philosophes de la tradition gréco-latine au traitement de questions.
  • Produire une argumentation sur une question philosophique.

 

604-100-MQ - English As A Second Language (Level I)

Course Description :

To understand and express simple messages in English.

Elements of the final evaluation :

  • To demonstrate comprehension of the meaning of a simple oral message.
  • To demonstrate comprehension of the meaning of a text of general interest.
  • To express a message orally.
  • To write and revise a text.

 

502-101-TV INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION MEDIA

Course description:

This course will enable students to demonstrate the ability of a rigorous process of analysis of the characteristics of a cultural object. They will have to observe and identify the characteristics of cultural works, taking cognizance of the periods and determining factors related to the current social and cultural transformations, to document them, to define a problem in light of the objective pursued, and write work linking the views held and results observed.

502-102-TV EMERGENCE AND EVOLUTION OF THE MEDIA SECTOR

Course description:

This course allows students to explore the creative-cultural relationship, understand what makes up the culture and identify the challenges faced by stakeholders in the field of culture and communications.

The training will enable students to examine, accurately, the emergence and evolution periods and currents in the media, to establish relationships between the main artistic trends, understand the conditions and the context of their emergence, and establish links with the social and cultural transformation taking consciousness of continuity, opposition and breaching phenomena.

The study and comparison of important works in the field of media, including that of “the media,” enables students to recognize the characteristics of the mainstream and the role of the cultural actors in a given society.

502-104-TV THE TECHNIQUES OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Course description:

This course introduces students to creating images using various software in the field of creation: art, information, and advertising. Testing at all stages of the creative process: target audience, broadcast network, gathering images, shooting, editing, and project dissemination. Writing text analysis and criticism.

The course will enable students to define a concept of creation in photography, experiment and apply appropriate techniques and methods of expression and be able to describe, in a fair and complete manner, the organization of the components of the language of photography including the techniques and processes used. Students will also be able to evaluate their work thoroughly, stating their strengths and weaknesses in the use of technologies or processes and participating constructively in the critical analysis of their work.

502-302-TV DIGITAL ART

Course description:

Breaking away and ensuring continuity with the past, digital art can bring this double feature by taking part in the evolution of modern art, while providing a significant change in the world of art, in the relationship between the object, the artist, and the follower. Students will be able to establish meaningful relationships on the effects of the emergence of computing in modern art and, specifically, may know and use today’s computer tools in the determination and use of techniques of expression and processes, in accordance with the constitutive components of these different languages.

This course exposes the student to Adobe’s Photoshop as a tool for visual art. It primarily focuses on photo manipulation as well as image composites. Students will learn about:

  • Vector (digital) vs. raster (images)
  • Art vs. Design
  • Finding images online and the significance of copyright
  • Photo manipulation: adjustment layers, layer masks, blending modes, clipping masks, etc.
  • The brush tool
  • Image composites
  • Basic typography (font groups, font selection, legibility)
  • Basic graphic design principles (contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity, and negative space)

Session 2

 

601-102-MQ - LITTÉRATURE ET IMAGINAIRE

Description du cours :

Expliquer les représentations du monde contenues dans des textes littéraires d’époques et de genres variés.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Reconnaître le traitement d’un thème dans un texte.
  • Situer le texte dans son contexte culturel et sociohistorique.
  • Dégager les rapports entre le réel, le langage et l’imaginaire.
  • Élaborer un plan de dissertation.
  • Rédiger une dissertation explicative.
  • Réviser et corriger le texte.

 

604-TVA-TV - ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS

Course Description:

Coming soon.

109-101-MQ - ACTIVITÉ PHYSIQUE ET SANTÉ

Description du cours :

Analyser sa pratique de l’activité physique au regard des habitudes de vie favorisant la santé.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Établir la relation entre ses habitudes de vie et sa santé.
  • Pratiquer l’activité physique selon une approche favorisant la santé.
  • Reconnaître ses besoins, ses capacités et ses facteurs de motivation liés à la pratique régulière et suffisante de l’activité physique.
  • Proposer des activités physiques favorisant sa santé.
420-TVA-TV - LES ORDINATEURS DANS LA SOCIÉTÉ CONTEMPORAINE

Description du cours :

Cours complémentaire.

502-103-TV LANGUAGES OF COMMUNICATION MEDIA

Course description:

In this course, students will learn to recognize the languages of the arts and use artistic techniques of expression in various types of images taken from different periods and different execution contexts.

Selected images as objects of study will enable students to recognize the specificity of various languages and features of the codes used in various modes of visual representation.

Examination of the communication process and the different functions of language introduced to the culture of the image will allow students to distinguish the mode of operation of the visual language of the sign and identify the organizational structure of different types of images to extract their meaning in various communication situations.

502-203-TV WEB PRODUCTION: AN ANALYTICAL APPROACH

Course description:

This course will enable students to appreciate different models of analysis of works in the field of media, recognizing their key features, and also apply the appropriate use of methods and theories based on recognized models.

The disciplines of graphic communication, film, and communication will be involved to allow students to apply an analytical framework developed in class and thus be able to better understand and appreciate the many aspects of film language and the basics of communication in the media. This process will culminate in the design and production of critical texts that allow students to assess the importance and relevance of the relationship between the visual arts, the media, and various technologies.

Taking into account the context of their achievement, students will understand these relationships, questioning the mode of appearance of the works and their context of exposure to grasp the importance that the process of creation takes on in the artist’s procedure.

502-303-TV THE TECHNIQUES OF ILLUSTRATION

Course description:

This course provides students with a theoretical approach to the technical and practical foundations of illustration. The course will enable the student to define a concept of creation, to experience and apply appropriate techniques and processes of expression and be able to describe, in a fair and complete manner, the organization of the components of this language, including the techniques and processes used.

Students will also be able to evaluate their work thoroughly, stating their strengths and weaknesses in the use of technologies or processes, and participate constructively in the critical analysis of their work.

502-304-TV THE TECHNIQUES OF VIDEO CREATION

Course description:

In this course, students will become familiar with the use of the language of videography and will be able to experiment and apply techniques and processes in the production of a short video (scripting, shooting, and editing on the computer).

Students will also be able to evaluate their work thoroughly, stating their strengths and weaknesses in the use of technologies or processes, and participate constructively in the critical analysis of their work.

Session 3

 

601-103-MQ - LITTÉRATURE QUÉBÉCOISE

Description du cours :

Apprécier des textes de la littérature québécoise d’époques et de genres variés.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Reconnaître le traitement d’un thème dans un texte.
  • Situer le texte dans son contexte culturel et sociohistorique.
  • Dégager les rapports entre le réel, le langage et l’imaginaire.
  • Élaborer un plan de dissertation.
  • Rédiger une dissertation explicative.
  • Réviser et corriger le texte.

 

109-102-MQ - ACTIVITÉ PHYSIQUE ET EFFICACITÉ

Description du cours :

Améliorer son efficacité lors de la pratique d’une activité physique.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Planifier une démarche conduisant à l’amélioration de son efficacité dans la pratique d’une activité physique.
  • Appliquer une démarche conduisant à l’amélioration de son efficacité dans la pratique d’une activité physique.

 

340-102-MQ - L’ÊTRE HUMAIN

Description du cours :

Discuter des conceptions philosophiques de l’être humain.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Caractériser quelques conceptions philosophiques modernes et contemporaines de l’être humain.
  • Situer les conceptions examinées dans leur contexte et dans les courants de pensée correspondants.
  • Comparer des conceptions philosophiques de l’être humain à propos de problèmes actuels ou de thèmes communs.

 

502-201-TV CULTURAL ISSUES

Course description:

This course provides an overview of the contemporary cultural world, to recognize the legacy of the current national culture, to identify the influence of cultural actors, and be able to comment on the issues.

Students will also recognize cultural diversity in the world and in Quebec, describe the dynamics of the influence of cultural production, examine the impact of relationships in what is produced, distributed, and received, and thus understand what makes culture and identify the challenges faced by stakeholders in the field.

502-204-TV GRAPHIC DESIGN TECHNIQUES

Course description:

This course enables students to define a concept of creation in graphic design, to experience and apply appropriate techniques and processes of expression, and be able to describe, in a fair and complete manner, the organization of the components of this language, including the techniques and
processes used. Students will also be able to evaluate their work thoroughly, stating their strengths and weaknesses in the use of technologies or processes, and participate constructively in the critical analysis of their work.

502-301-TV A CRITICAL APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION MEDIA

Course description:

This course provides a thorough and critical study of media communication. In this prolongation of the course material covered in 502-203 TV (Web Production), students will be able to deepen the analysis methods discussed in the previous course, interpreting the results of analysis of works depending on the model used and present relevant arguments in a structured demonstration using a critical point of view. This process will culminate in the design and production of critical texts from media production (photography, film, television, multimedia, graphics, or graphic design) and statements of critical judgment will be presented in class using audiovisual means.

502-401-TV VIDEO CLIP CREATION

Course description:

At the end of this course, students will have to make a short video project creation (design, planning, implementation, and dissemination). The performance evaluation will focus on the entire process of making the video clip: scriptwriting, shooting, editing, including video editing on a computer and will focus on the proper use of expression techniques and processes, planning and organization of work, and the quality of the broadcast, taking into account the environment and the audience.

Session 4

 

601-TVA-MQ - FRANÇAIS PROPRE AU PROGRAMME

Description du cours :

Bientôt disponible

109-103-MQ - ACTIVITÉ PHYSIQUE ET AUTONOMIE

Description du cours :

Démontrer sa capacité à prendre en charge sa pratique de l’activité physique dans une perspective de santé.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Planifier un programme personnel d’activités physiques.
  • Harmoniser les éléments d’une pratique régulière et suffisante de l’activité physique dans une approche favorisant la santé.
  • Gérer un programme personnel d’activités physiques.
340-TVP-TV - ÉTHIQUE ET POLITIQUE

Description du cours :

Bientôt disponible

502-202-TV CURRENT TRENDS IN WORLD MEDIA

Course description:

This course proposes to take a historical and cultural perspective on the world of film art. Through the study of excerpts from many key films in the history of cinema and schools or genres to which they belong, students can observe the characteristics of the evolution of art, understand the cultural and social importance, and appreciate contemporary cultural diversity.

Work and exercises in this course will not only build many links between film movements and initiate reflection on the specificity of film language but also, students will be able to recognize cultural diversity in the world in order to describe, document, and compare various works and their social affiliation and how these currents arise and develop. Outstanding works that shape society: socio-historical, political, economic, ideological aspects and what characterizes them: divergences and convergences.

502-402-TV FOUNDATIONS OF FILM PRODUCTION

Course description:

In this final creation course, students will be able to develop creativity in a more specific manner using methods and techniques in the field of film fiction. Students will have the opportunity to develop and deepen the basic techniques learned in the creation courses presented in the previous sessions and apply them to the context of the production of a short fiction film. By analyzing the process, students will develop their understanding of the various stages of film production, from scripting in pre-production, to production and shooting, and finally, editing, in post-production. The course gives students the opportunity to use the techniques acquired in previous creation courses.

Starting from the initial project and up to the final production, the stages of creation also include work sessions for critical analysis helping students express their comments and rate their work. By the end of this course, the student evaluates the entire production and is able to comment on their strengths and weaknesses in the mastery of techniques and processes, and properly assesses the adequacy between the work produced and their initial project.

502-403-TV INTEGRATION PROJECT

Course description:

This course carries the Comprehensive Synthesis Exam that must be successfully completed as a requirement for obtaining a DEC in Arts, Literature and Communication.

By the end of this course, students will have demonstrated the integration of acquired personal culture and communication. To this end, students will be asked to design a personal project based on their acquired skills and to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses with regard to the implementation of the project itself, in terms of the results achieved and its contribution to the pursuit of their studies. This project will be multidisciplinary and will take into account not only the specific component of the program but also, its components of general education, specific and complementary.

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