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8Teaching Methods and Recommendations
8.1Recommendations for course teacher
It is recommended to use interactive teaching methods which allow for most student participation such as: discussions, case studies, role plays. The course is intended to be based on real-life case studies, multimedia examples and current events.
8.2Recommendations for Students
The course format mixes lectures and group discussion. Students should take notes and participate in the dialogue. The course is an interdisciplinary one, combining different research approaches based on philological science adapted for public policy understanding and public interaction development, therefore students are expected to visit lectures: there is not much relevant reading.
9.1Provisional Topics for Current Control
Provisional Topics for Presentation
Provisional Topics for Final paper
Student selects any recent public issue widely discussed in media, or in social networks, or both. If student selects a case unknown to others and to the lecturer, s/he is expected to argue the choice.
9.2Provisional Questions for grading estimation
Provisional Questions for Final Exam:
10The rule of forming cumulative grade
Cumulative grade for current work formula is:
Оcurrent = 0,5·Оpresentation + 0,5·Оfinal paper;
11Reading and Materials
11.1Textbooks and Readers
There is no textbook or reader.
The course is taught through video-conferencing, so it requires a video-screen, video-conferening device with (Polycom), microphones and amplifiers.
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