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Building on concepts and techniques introduced in Aesthetics and Storytelling, course allows students to explore basic methods of television writing for scripted and non-scripted formats. Students will develop craft skills basic to television writing: research, story structure, dialogue, and character development, all of which will prepare them for writing scenes and short scripts. Course will not only prepare the student to write full length scripts but will also help them grow as artists, learning to tell stories in a unique and personally meaningful way.