Hindi 6: Bollywood Hindi
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- 31 Jul 2023
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- Apply a language and cultural studies perspective to local and global issues
- Apply ethical and cultural awareness to different areas of language usage
- Evaluate diverse positions on an area of Hindi media
- Present a brief and persuasive argument on an area of usage in Hindi in Indian media
- Produce a sustained, complex written report on an area of Hindi usage in Indian media
- Produce an original, well-researched response to different areas in the use of Hindi in media
- Summarise research and arguments on an area of Hindi media
- • Indian language and culture.
- • Bollywood cinema.
- • Indian popular music.
- • Hindi literature.
- • Hindi and “Hinglish”.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
Past La Trobe University students who have completed HND1BE6 (Beginners Hindi 6: News Hindi) or HND2BE6 (Beginners Hindi 6: News Hindi) or HND3BE6 (Beginners Hindi 6: News Hindi) or HND3BEB (News Hindi) are ineligible to enrol in this subject.
No additional requirements
This subject focuses on a range of materials related to Indian Cinema, both in terms of films, dialogues, songs, magazines and reviews. Teaching will be in a 3 hour workshop format and we will be looking at a number of links to Hindi film related clips on YouTube such as short documentaries, interviews, clips, trailers, and award ceremonies. In addition there will be a weekly passage to read from a Hindi film magazine. There will also be opportunities to watch films and discuss their content.
- Two group based oral presentations (each being 400 words equivalent) (20%)
- Two pair-work oral presentations (each being 400 words equivalent) (20%)
- One report on Hindi usage in media (1600 words equivalent) (40%)
- One research based assignment (800 words equivalent) (20%)
Current study term: 30 Jul 23 to 27 Oct 23
Textbook information is pending.