Modules / Lectures
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Understanding CreativityOverviewOverview80 kb
Understanding CreativityIn Conversation with Richard SchechnerIn Conversation with Richard Schechner82 kb
Understanding CreativityMultilingual Plurality: Our EnvironmentMultilingual Plurality: Our Environment84 kb
Understanding CreativityInterplay of Languages and Forms of WritingInterplay of Languages and Forms of Writing107 kb
Understanding CreativityCreativity and Culture/sCreativity and Culture103 kb
Understanding CreativityNotion of Play and the Three Domain ActivitiesNotion of Play and the Three Domain Activities108 kb
Understanding CreativityTheory of Enjoyment: Critical AssessmentTheory of Enjoyment: Critical Assessment105 kb
Understanding CreativityDivergences and ConvergencesDivergences and Convergences83 kb
Understanding CreativityCreative and Cultural Spaces for StudentsCreative and Cultural Spaces for Students106 kb
Understanding CreativityBeing and Doing: Writing as PerformanceBeing and Doing: Writing as Performance102 kb
To Be A WriterWriters and Writing: The Dialogic ProcessWriters and Writing: The Dialogic Process78 kb
To Be A WriterCreativity,Writing,Creative Writing: Recent ViewpointsCreativity,Writing,Creative Writing: Recent Viewpoints78 kb
To Be A WriterIssues Related to the Teaching of Creative WritingIssues Related to the Teaching of Creative Writing79 kb
To Be A WriterWriters on Writing: Albert CamusWriters on Writing: Albert Camus83 kb
To Be A WriterCritical Reading of Great Writers: Albert CamusCritical Reading of Great Writers: Albert Camus78 kb
To Be A WriterCritical Reading of Important Writers: Margaret AtwoodCritical Reading of Important Writers: Margaret Atwood82 kb
To Be A WriterReading and WritingReading and Writing: Based on Atwood’s notion of “the slippery double”80 kb
To Be A WriterIndian Writing: Writers/NarratorsIndian Writing: Writers/Narrators85 kb
To Be A WriterContemporary Indian Writers: The Search for Creativity (I)Contemporary Indian Writers: The Search for Creativity (I)78 kb
To Be A WriterContemporary Indian Writers: The Search for Creativity (II)Contemporary Indian Writers: The Search for Creativity (II)79 kb
To Be A WriterMosaic Patterns: Module 2Mosaic Patterns: Module 279 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeIntroduction to Drama and PlaywritingIntroduction to Drama and Playwriting82 kb
Drama: The Performative ModePerformance and Script Writing: MimePerformance and Script Writing: Mime81 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeWestern Classical Theory of DramaClassical Western Theory of Drama99 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeStudent Response (I)Student Responses (Part 1)101 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeIndian Drama: Classical Theory and PracticeIndian Drama: Theory and Practice100 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeInteracting Continuum: Classical, Folk and Modern DramaInteracting Continuum: Classical, Folk, Modern101 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeFrom The Perspective of Playwriting: MonologueFrom the Perspective of Playwriting: Monologues82 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeFrom the Playwright\'s PerspectiveFrom the Playwright’s Perspective101 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeFrom the Playwright\'s Perspective -part IIFrom the Playwright’s Perspective100 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeFrom The Perspective of Playwriting: Anton ChekhovFrom the Perspective of Playwriting: Anton Chekhov103 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeDrama in the Classroom: Experience and WritingDrama in the Classroom: Experience and Writing101 kb
Drama: The Performative ModePerformative Reading of The Cherry OrchardPerformative Reading of The Cherry Orchard101 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeStudent Response (II)Student Responses (Part 2)98 kb
The Short StoryShort Story as a GenreShort Story as a Genre80 kb
The Short StoryShort Stories by Indian Women WritersShort Stories by Indian Women Writers100 kb
The Short StoryModern Western Short StoryModern Western Short Story81 kb
The Short StoryVarieties of Writing ProcessesVarieties of Writing Processes81 kb
Module NameDownloadDescriptionDownload Size
Understanding CreativityOverview of Module01Overview of module 0152 kb
Understanding CreativityQuestions and Activities per Lecture Module01Questions and Activities per Lecture Module0157 kb
To Be A WriterOverview of Module02Overview of Module 267 kb
To Be A WriterQuestions and Activities per Lecture Module02Questions and Activities per Lecture Module0254 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeOverview of Module03Overview of Module 0384 kb
Drama: The Performative ModeQuestions and Activities per Lecture Module03Questions and Activities per Lecture Module0357 kb
The Short StoryOverview of Module04Overview of Module 463 kb
The Short StoryQuestions and Activities per Lecture Module04Questions and Activities per Lecture Module0451 kb
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1L1-OverviewDownload
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2L2-In Conversation with Richard SchechnerDownload
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3L3-Multilingual Plurality: Our EnvironmentDownload
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4L4-Multilingual Plurality: Our Environment -Part IIDownload
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5L5-Interplay of Languages and Forms of WritingDownload
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6L6-Interplay of Languages and Forms of Writing -Part IIDownload
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7L7-Creativity and CulturesDownload
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8L8-Notion of Play and The Three Domain ActivitiesDownload
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9L9-Theory of Enjoyment: Critical AssessmentDownload
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10L10-Divergences and ConvergencesDownload
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11L11-Divergences and Convergences -Part IIDownload
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12L12-Creative and Cultural Spaces for StudentsDownload
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13L13-Being and Doing: Writing as PerformanceDownload
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14L14-Writers and Writing: The Dialogic ProcessDownload
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15L15-Creativity, Writing, Creative Writing: Recent ViewpointsDownload
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16L16-Issues Related to the Teaching of Creative WritingDownload
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17L17-Writers on Writing: Albert CamusDownload
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18L18-Critical Reading of Great Writers: Albert CamusDownload
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19L19-Critical Reading of Important Writers: Margaret AtwoodDownload
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20L20-Reading and WritingDownload
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21L21-Indian Writing: Writers/NarratorsDownload
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22L22-Contemporary Indian Writers: The Search for Creativity (I)Download
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23L23-Contemporary Indian Writers: The Search for Creativity (II)Download
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24L24-Mosaic Patterns: Module 2Download
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25L25-Introduction to DramaDownload
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26L26-Performance and Script Writing: MimeDownload
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27L27-Western Classical TheoryDownload
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28L28-Student Response (I)Download
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29L29-Indian Drama: Classical Theory and PracticeDownload
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30L30-Interacting Continuum: Classical, Folk and Modern DramaDownload
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31L31-From The Perspective of Playwriting: Monologue Download
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32L32-From The Playwright's PerspectiveDownload
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33L33-From The Playwright's Perspective -Part IIDownload
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34L34-From The Perspective of Playwriting: Anton ChekhovDownload
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35L35-Drama in the Classroom: Experience and WritingDownload
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36L36-Student Response (II)Download
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37L37-Performative Reading of the Cherry OrchardDownload
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38L38-Short Story as a GenreDownload
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39L39-Short Stories by Indian Women WritersDownload
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40L40-Modern Western Short Story Download
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41L41-Varieties of Writing ProcessesDownload
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