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YORK UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE

COURSE OUTLINE
THEA 1011 3.0 INTRODUCTION TO ACTING II Winter 2008

Pre-requisite / Co-requisite:
Pre-requisite: A minimum of a B final grade in THEA 1010 3.0 and/or permission of the Department.

Course Director: Mark Wilson


Telephone: 416-736-2100 ext. 77352
E-mail: pitwil@yorku.ca
Office: 329 CFT
Office Hours: By appointment

Teaching Assistants:
(TA e-mail coordinates and consultation hours will be announced in class)

SECTION M: Monday 11:30 am – 2:20 pm, CFT 138


Instructor: Laura Jayne Nelles
Telephone: 416-736-2100 ext. TBA
E-mail and Course consultation hours: TBA

SECTION N: Monday 11:30 am – 2:20 pm, CFT 139


Instructor: Chris Karczmar
Telephone: 416-736-2100 ext. TBA
E-mail and Course consultation hours: TBA

SECTION P: Monday 11:30 am – 2:20 pm, CFT 142


Instructor: Adriano Sobretodo, Jr.
Telephone: 416-736-2100 ext. TBA
E-mail and Course consultation hours: TBA

SECTION Q: Monday 11:30 am – 2:20 pm, Atkinson 102F


Instructor: Heather Davies
Telephone: 416-736-2100 ext. TBA
E-mail and Course consultation hours: TBA

SECTION R: Monday 11:30 am – 2:20 pm, ACE 207


Instructor: Alan Dilworth
Telephone: 416-736-2100 ext. TBA
E-mail and Course consultation hours: TBA

SECTION S: Monday 11:30 am – 2:20 pm, ACE 209


Instructor: Wesley Connor
Telephone: 416-736-2100 ext. TBA
E-mail and Course consultation hours: TBA

Expanded Course Description:


This practical studio course continues the exploration of the principles, processes and skills of acting for
the stage commenced in THEA 1010 3.0 Introduction to Acting I, with a particular emphasis on basic
script analysis and the rehearsing and performing of monologues and scenes. There is a strong written
component to the curriculum. Active participation is a fundamental element of Introduction to Acting II.
A minimum two rehearsal hours per week may be required.

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This elective course for first-year Theatre majors is designed and supervised by a course director from the
Acting Area. A graduate student in acting or directing will teach a section of up to 24 students in one
three-hour class per week in the winter term. A required acting text and class assignments continue to
promote a foundational acting approach to be explored in acting exercises, monologues, and basic scene
study. Each student will maintain an actor’s workbook and submit written work that has direct application
to the performance aspect.

Course Learning Objectives:


The chief purpose of this curriculum is to enhance the investigation begun in THEA 1010 3.0
Introduction to Acting I, by continuing to introduce students to established approaches in the discipline of
theatre acting. In presentations of solo and two-handed scripts, and submissions of written work pertinent
to the acting exploration, students will learn and apply essential performance techniques and augment
their appreciation for the demands of this intense craft.

The specific objectives of the course are that students will be able to:
• Continue the application of the basic principles of acting for the stage in their performance work
on monologues and scenes
• Further articulate these foundational approaches in written assignments and in class discussion
• Offer and receive critical feedback about their own work and that of their classmates
• Develop a respect for the rigors of this collaborative discipline by active participation, whether
they are interested in pursuing further studies in acting or not

THEA 1011 3.0 is open to Theatre majors only, but not required. A minimum ‘B’ grade standing in
THEA 1010 3.0 Introduction to Acting I (or its equivalent) is required to take this course.

Any student who fails either THEA 1010 3.0 Introduction to Acting I or THEA 1100 3.0 Introduction to
Stagecraft I (i.e. receives an ‘F’ grade) will not be allowed to audition into second-year for either the
Acting Stream or the Creative Ensemble series of courses in the Theatre Studies Stream. Students with a
C+ or lower in THEA 1010 3.0 or THEA 1100 3.0 (but not an ‘F’ grade) may still audition.

For Theatre majors, entry into any and every 2000 level Theatre course requires successful completion of
THEA 1010 3.0, THEA 1100 3.0, and THEA 1200 6.0 Origins of Theatre. A C+ overall grade point
average in all courses (passed and failed) is required of all Theatre majors.

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Course Text / Readings:
• Audition Shurtleff, Michael. Bantam. ISBN: 0553272950 (available for purchase at the York
University Bookstore under THEA 1011 3.0).

Evaluation:

First half of term (50% of term grade):


Monologue #1 10%
Scene #1 20%
Actor’s Workbook 05%
Shurtleff Written Work #1 05%
*Participation 10%

Second half of term (50% of term grade):


Monologue Workshop 10%
Scene #2 20%
Actor’s Workbook 05%
Shurtleff Written Work #2 05%
*Participation 10%

*(interest, commitment, effort; risk-taking, initiative; collaboration, co-operation;


demonstration of principles in practice and discussion; growth).

The instructor and course director will review rehearsal logs for scene work throughout the term. Attendance
and punctuality issues in rehearsals outside of class time will be factored into the participation grade.

If you have any unanswered questions or are unsure of your marks/progress during the course, please make
an appointment with the section instructor. The responsibility is yours.

NOTE: Restrictions apply to grade reappraisal. See applicable information in the 07/08 York University
Undergraduate Calendar at http://calendars.registrar.yorku.ca/calendars/index.htm

Instructors are obligated to provide a mechanism by which students can be apprised of their progress in a
course. In particular, students must be able to make an informed decision on whether to withdraw from a
course. This will normally mean that students will receive some graded feedback on work worth at least
15% of the course grade before the deadline for withdrawing from that course. Instructors are urged to
provide more feedback where possible.

Term F Term Y Term W


Last date to drop courses without receiving a grade Nov 9 Feb 1 Mar 7

THEA 1011 3.0 instructors will provide students with mid-term marks worth 50% of the final course
grade on March 3, 2008.

Mid-term and final course grades are unofficial and subject to change, as “academic reviews occur prior
to the release of grades on grade reports and transcripts. Grades submitted by an instructor are subject to
review by the teaching unit in which the course is offered and by the Faculty Council or Faculty
Committee on Academic Policy and Planning”.

Final course grades may be adjusted to conform to Program or Faculty grades distribution profiles.

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Grading, Assignment Submission, Lateness Penalties and Missed Tests:
(a) Grading: The grading scheme for the course conforms to the 9-point grading system used in
undergraduate programs at York (e.g., A+ = 9, A = 8, B+ - 7, C+ = 5, etc.). Assignments and tests will
bear either a letter grade designation or a corresponding number grade (e.g. A+ = 90 to 100, A = 80 to
90, B+ = 75 to 79, etc.)
(For a full description of York grading system see the York University Undergraduate Calendar -
http://calendars.registrar.yorku.ca/pdfs/ug2004cal/calug04_5_acadinfo.pdf)

Students may take a limited number of courses for degree credit on an ungraded (pass/fail) basis. For full
information on this option see Alternative Grading Option in the Faculty of Fine Arts) section of the
Undergraduate Calendar: http://www.yorku.ca/rocal/pdfs/ug2004cal/calug04_5_acadinfo.pdf

(b) Assignment Submission: Proper academic performance depends on students doing their work not
only well, but on time. Accordingly, written assignments for this course must be received on the due date
specified for the assignment, as indicated in the class schedule, in the Description of Assignments that
accompany this course outline, or by the Course Instructor.

(c) Lateness Penalty: Assignments received later than the due date will be penalized one-half letter grade
(2%) per day that assignment is late. Exceptions to the lateness penalty for valid reasons such as illness,
compassionate grounds, etc., may be entertained by the Course Instructor but will require supporting
documentation (e.g., a doctor’s letter).

(d) Missed Tests: Students with a documented reason for missing a course test, such as illness,
compassionate grounds, etc., which is confirmed by supporting documentation (e.g., doctor’s letter) may
request accommodation from the Course Instructor. Further extensions or accommodation will require
students to submit a formal petition to the Faculty. (THEA 1011 3.0 does not have course tests.)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Attendance Policy for THEA 1011 3.0 Students:

Absent and Late Penalty: Students are reminded that Department of Theatre rules require attendance at
all classes. There is no differentiation between excused and unexcused absences - an absence is an
absence and will affect your chances of success in this course.

All 1011 classes, outside rehearsals with classmates and Prime Times are mandatory. Failure to attend all
1011 classes, outside rehearsals with classmates, and Prime Times will result in either academic penalty
or a request that the student withdraw from the class.

Any student in THEA 1011 3.0 who is absent or late without prior arrangement with the instructor for an
excused absence or late (at the instructor’s discretion) may have for each absence or late 2% deducted
from the final grade. Attendance records of Prime Times and rehearsal logs of outside rehearsals with
partners will be reviewed by the instructor and the course director. Three lates or absences (excused or
not) will result in course failure.

If a student is going to be considerably late or miss a class for any reason, the student must call
Mark Wilson, the course director, at 416-736-2100 (ext. 77352) prior to the beginning of that class.
Failure to do so will result in an unexcused late or absence. The student should also e-mail the
section instructor of the class about any absences.

Part-time jobs or outside employment in theatre-related endeavors do not count as excused absences. This
includes attendance at Prime Time presentations. The only exception is crew call for a matinee
performance of a department production necessitating an absence from Prime Time, and the section
instructor must be informed in advance about the conflict.

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Failure to attend classes will result in either academic penalty or a request that the student withdraw
from the course.

Class Presentations: Proper academic performance depends on students doing their work not only well,
but on time. In the discipline of acting for the stage, absences have a profound effect on scene partners.
Accordingly, class presentations for this course must be performed on the due dates specified for the
assignment as indicated in the class schedule and in the Description of Assignments.

Missed Class Presentation Penalty: Missed class presentations on the due date will be penalized with a
grade of zero for the absent student. Exceptions to the missed class presentation penalty for valid reasons
such as illness, compassionate grounds, etc., may be entertained by the Course Instructor but will require
supporting documentation (e.g., a doctor’s letter). The instructor will attempt to reschedule the missed
class presentation to facilitate scene partners affected by an excused absence. Any student with an
unexcused absence necessitating a rescheduled presentation will continue to receive a grade of zero for
the presentation in question. Assigning alternate scene partners without the student with the unexcused
absence(s) may be implemented. Due to the collaborative nature of this studio course, make-up
assignments will not be scheduled.

Dress Requirement:
Sweats or tights Leotards or T-shirts No jeans or street shoes or hats
No jewelry Bare feet Hair tied back from face and neck
**All apparel should fit well and allow for ease of movement.

Note Regarding Piercings:


It has been our experience at times that students come into class with various piercings. Some of these
piercings can have a direct and negative affect on your training. Tongue and lip piercings in particular
have the potential to affect your voice and speech considerably. As this introductory acting course is
designed to assist you to become as proficient and flexible as possible, we require you to remove such
piercings for this class. We understand the importance of self-expression and do not want to discourage
this—however when it has a direct affect on your training, health or safety we hope that you will
understand that we have your best interests in mind. For more on the risks from intra-oral piercings, see
http://www.cda-adc.ca/jcda/vol-64/issue-11/803.html.

Cell phones:
Cell phone conversations, text messaging, and Blackberry use are not permitted while in class.

Health Concerns Sheet And Photo


Students may not attend class without a completed Health Concerns sheet (supplied at the first class) and
one passport-size photo. Failure to provide a photo by January 14, 2008, will result in a 2% penalty.
Failure to do so by January 21 will result in the student being asked to leave class until a photo is
provided, with an unexcused absence awarded for each class missed (2% deduction from the term grade).
This photo will be used on audition evaluation forms for both the Acting Area and Creative Ensemble.
Studio Booking Policy:
The studio booking considerations of a department as large as ours with classes for majors and non-
majors, mounted and unmounted productions in rehearsal, and the needs of your colleagues in second,
third, fourth year, and the two graduate programs place a considerable demand on the availability of
studios for rehearsals outside of class time.
The unfortunate fact is that the rehearsal demands of nearly 140 first-year students cannot be
accommodated. As challenging as it is to find nooks and crannies to rehearse your assignments for THEA
1010 and 1011, it is a peculiar rite of passage that exists not only at our university, but in theatre
programs across the country.

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One of the perks of getting into the Acting Conservatory or the Creative Ensemble series of courses in
Theatre Studies from second year on is access to booking studios, but even then, there are many provisos,
as there are for faculty members as well, for, as our department booking policy states at all levels:
"Rehearsal space is always at a premium in the Department of Theatre".

Thank you for your understanding and for your creative search for rehearsal spaces.

Conflict of Interest Policy:

THEA 1010 and 1011 instructors may not work on class projects with THEA 1010 and 1011 students
outside of class time, except under special circumstances approved by the course director (e.g. a missed
presentation due to illness).

Instructors may not engage in private tutoring for THEA 1010 and 1011 students for auditions for York’s
Department of Theatre or other facilities, or recruit THEA 1010 and 1011 students for classes taught by
the instructor at other institutions.

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CLASS SCHEDULE (Subject to Change)

THEA 1011 3.0 CLASS SCHEDULE – WINTER 2008

January 7 Instructor’s contact information and consultation hours announced.


Complete and submit Health Concerns sheet to instructor.

Submit mandatory passport-size photo. If not received on January 14, 2% will be


deducted from the term grade. This photo will be used for Acting Area and Creative
Ensemble auditions. Ensure it is a suitable representation. The same photo used for
THEA 1010 may be submitted again. Instructors will compile section photo sheets.

Elect section rep. Rep to assemble the class contact list and e-mail to classmates, the
instructor, and the course director as soon as possible. Ensure the contact list is in
alphabetical order by surname, with current phone numbers and e-mail addresses, and
section rep indicated. Please include the instructor and course director coordinates as
well.

The section rep will also record attendance at all Prime Times, and submit to instructor
after each Prime Time. A deduction of 2% from the term grade will be made for each
unexcused absence from Prime Time. It is the responsibility of each student to contact
the section rep when you arrive at Prime Time to facilitate attendance keeping. “The
section rep didn’t see me but I was there” is not a valid excuse.

Brief review of course outline, class schedule, actor’s workbook, and rehearsal logs.
Assignment: Instructor will assign a play or plays to be read for Scene #1.
Assignment: Shurtleff’s Audition - read to p. 87 (the end of Guidepost Six) by next week.

Brief warm up. Work Monologue #1 (one-half of students).


Assignment: Continue to rehearse Monologue #1 (other half of class to present next
week).
Assignment: Begin actor’s workbook (submitted February 4 and March 17).

January 14 Submit mandatory photo or 2% deducted from term grade.


Section rep to have contact lists ready. Each student to confirm info is correct.

Briefly discuss selection of monologues for audition purposes. On or before January 28,
submit to instructor two or three photocopied selections for the Monologue Workshop,
absolutely no longer than one and a half minutes each. Monologues should be from
established contemporary plays, be appropriate to age range and gender, have a clear
beginning and ending, and should not require accents. The instructor will choose one of
the pieces for the student to prepare and memorize.

Assignment: Partners selected and Scene #1 assigned (to be presented beginning Jan. 28).
Rehearsal log to be kept. A minimum of two hours rehearsal time per week is necessary
with your scene partner.
Assignment: Shurtleff Written Assignment #1 given, due January 21 (5%).
Assignment: Shurtleff’s Audition - read to p. 175 (the end of ‘What Fear Is’ in “Some
Things An Actor Needs To Know”) by next week

Brief warm up. Work Monologue #1 (other half of students).


Continue to rehearse Monologue #1 (entire class to present next week).
Maintain actor’s workbook.

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January 21 If the mandatory photo still has not been submitted, the student will be asked to leave
class until it is received, and will be given an unexcused absence for each class missed
(2%).

Submit Shurtleff Written Assignment #1 (5%).

Brief warm up. Present Monologue #1 (entire class). Feedback given.


Assignment: Shurtleff’s Audition - read to the end of the book by next week.
Continue to rehearse Scene #1 with partner outside class time. Maintain rehearsal log.
Maintain actor’s workbook.
Assignment: Submit photocopies of Monologue Workshop choices (2 or 3) on or before
January 28.

January 23 Prime Time. Find your section rep to be marked present.

January 28 Last day to submit photocopies of Monologue Workshop selections (2 or 3) to instructor


for approval.
Brief warm up. Work Scene #1 (one-half of groups).
Continue to rehearse Scene #1 with partner outside class time. Maintain rehearsal log.
Maintain actor’s workbook. To be submitted February 4.

February 4 Submit actor’s workbook (5%).


Shurtleff Written Assignment #1 returned.
Monologue Workshop choice confirmed by instructor. To be prepared and memorized for
March 3. Read the play from which it is taken in its entirety. In the actor’s workbook,
apply Shurtleff guideposts, 9Ws and/or the Singer Guidelines for Approaching Scenes
and Monologues. The instructor may ask to see this written work.
Brief warm-up. Work Scene #1 (other half of groups).
Continue to rehearse Scene #1 with partner outside of class time. Maintain rehearsal log.
Maintain actor’s workbook.

February 11 Reading Week – no classes.

February 18 Family Day – statutory holiday – no classes. Make-up class scheduled for Thursday,
April 3.

February 20 Prime Time – TSA. Find your section rep to be marked present.

February 25 Actor’s workbook returned.


Submit rehearsal log.
Brief warm up. Present Scene #1 (all groups).
Assignment: Instructor will assign a play or plays to be read for Scene #2.
Assignment: Continue to rehearse Monologue Workshop piece for next class.
Maintain actor’s workbook.

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March 3 Assignment: Partners chosen and Scene #2 assigned by the instructor. Memorize the
scene and rehearse with your partner at least two hours a week. Keep a rehearsal log.
First passes begin March 24.
Assignment: Shurtleff Written Work #2 given, due March 10 (5%).
Brief warm up. Present monologues (entire class) with brief notes from instructor.
Monologue Workshop begins next week, to be presented to another section and instructor
(half of students in each class will perform).
Mid-term marks distributed, worth 50% of term grade. Grades are unofficial until
reviewed by the Department and the appropriate Faculty of Fine Arts committee.
Maintain actor’s workbook.

March 5 Prime Time – Streaming. Find your section rep to be marked present.

March 7 Last day to drop course without receiving a grade.

March 10 Submit Shurtleff Written Assignment #2 (5%).


Brief warm up. Monologue Workshop (half of students in each class) with another
section and instructor.
Continue to rehearse Scene #2. Maintain rehearsal log.
Submit workbook next class (March 17).

March 17 Submit actor’s workbook (5%).


Brief warm up. Monologue Workshop (other half of students in each class) with another
section and instructor.
Assignment: Scene #2 first pass next week. Continue rehearsals and maintain rehearsal
log.

March 24 Brief warm up. Work Scene #2 (half of groups).


Shurtleff Written Assignment #2 returned.
Continue to rehearse Scene #2. Other half of class to present next week.
Maintain rehearsal log.

March 26 Prime Time – Scenes by Design exhibition opening – Joe Green Theatre. Find your
section rep to be marked present.

March 31 Brief warm-up. Work Scene #2 (other half of groups).


Continue to rehearse Scene #2. Entire class to present scenes Thursday, April 3, the
make-up class for missed Monday class (Feb. 18).
Maintain rehearsal log.

April 3 Make-up class for missed Monday class (Feb. 18).


Thursday Complete and submit student polls at beginning of class.
Actor’s workbooks returned.
Submit rehearsal log.
Brief warm-up. Present Scene #2 (all groups). Feedback given.

April 7 Instructor to submit final grades to course director. Grades are unofficial until reviewed
by the Department and the appropriate Faculty of Fine Arts committee.

Auditions for the Acting Area are April 8 and 9, with callbacks April 11. Auditions for
the Creative Ensemble series of courses are April 14 and 15. There are no callbacks for
Creative Ensemble.
Details will be announced at the Prime Time on Streaming in March. Applications will be
available in March in the appropriate box outside Rachel Katz’ office, Room 318 CFT.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS

Degree Status – BA and BFA:


Students accepted into Theatre are entering as Honours BA Theatre Majors. The first year is a program
common to ALL Theatre students. At the end of first year, there is a selection process (either by audition
or interview) to stream into the various areas of interest, or students may remain in the program as
Theatre Studies students. Those in Theatre Studies taking Playwriting and/or Creative Ensemble can
pursue an Honours BA or BFA. Students, who proceed in Production/Design or Acting, should complete
a Change of Degree form to switch from BA Honours to BFA, which can be obtained from the Program
Assistant (Room 318 CFT). All students proceeding into second year in Theatre will choose and/or seek
admission to an area of concentration, which will define the requirements (more or less rigorous and
exclusive) that will govern the selection of courses available to them.

Academic Standards:
All students are expected to familiarize themselves with the following information, available on the
Senate Committee on Curriculum & Academic Standards webpage (see Reports, Initiatives, Documents)
http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/senate_cte_main_pages/ccas.htm
• York’s Academic Honesty Policy and Procedures/Academic Integrity Website
• Ethics Review Process for research involving human participants
• Course requirement accommodation for students with disabilities, including physical, medical, systemic,
learning and psychiatric disabilities
• Student Conduct Standards
• Religious Observance Accommodation

Academic Honesty and Integrity: York students are required to maintain high standards of academic
integrity and are subject to the Senate Policy on Academic Honesty
(http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/legislation/senate/acadhone.htm).

There is also an academic integrity website with complete information about academic honesty. Students
are expected to review the materials on the Academic Integrity website
(http://www.yorku.ca/academicintegrity/students.htm)

Access/Disability: York provides services for students with disabilities (including physical, medical,
learning and psychiatric disabilities) needing accommodation related to teaching and evaluation
methods/materials.

It is the student's responsibility to register with disability services as early as possible to ensure that
appropriate academic accommodation can be provided with advance notice. You are encouraged to
schedule a time early in the term to meet with each professor to discuss your accommodation needs.
Failure to make these arrangements may jeopardize your opportunity to receive academic
accommodations.

Additional information is available at www.yorku.ca/disabilityservices or from disability service


providers:
• Office for Persons with Disabilities: N108 Ross, 416-736-5140, www.yorku.ca/opd
• Learning and Psychiatric Disabilities Programs - Counselling & Development Centre: 130 BSB, 416-
736-5297, www.yorku.ca/cdc
• Atkinson students - Atkinson Counselling & Supervision Centre: 114 Atkinson, 416-736- 5225,
www.yorku.ca/atkcsc
• Glendon students - Glendon Counselling & Career Centre: Glendon Hall 111, 416-487- 6709,
www.glendon.yorku.ca/counselling

Ethics Review Process: York students are subject to the York University Policy for the Ethics Review
Process for Research Involving Human Participants. In particular, students proposing to undertake
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research involving human participants (e.g., interviewing the director of a company or government
agency, having students complete a questionnaire, etc.) are required to submit an Application for Ethical
Approval of Research Involving Human Participants at least one month before you plan to begin the
research. If you are in doubt as to whether this requirement applies to you, contact your Course Director
immediately.

Religious Observance Accommodation: York University is committed to respecting the religious


beliefs and practices of all members of the community, and making accommodations for observances of
special significance to adherents. Should any of the dates specified in this syllabus for an in-class test or
examination pose such a conflict for you, contact the Course Director within the first three weeks of class.
Similarly, should an assignment to be completed in a lab, practicum placement, workshop, etc., scheduled
later in the term pose such a conflict, contact the Course director immediately. Please note that to arrange
an alternative date or time for an examination scheduled in the formal examination periods (December
and April/May), students must complete an Examination Accommodation Form, which can be obtained
from Student Client Services, Student Services Centre or online at
http://www.registrar.yorku.ca/pdf/exam_accommodation.pdf

Student Conduct: Students and instructors are expected to maintain a professional relationship
characterized by courtesy and mutual respect and to refrain from actions disruptive to such a relationship.
Moreover, it is the responsibility of the instructor to maintain an appropriate academic atmosphere in the
classroom, and the responsibility of the student to cooperate in that endeavour. Further, the instructor is
the best person to decide, in the first instance, whether such an atmosphere is present in the class. A
statement of the policy and procedures involving disruptive and/or harassing behaviour by students in
academic situations is available on the York website
http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/legislation/senate/harass.htm

Please note that this information is subject to periodic update. For the most current information, please go
to the CCAS webpage (see Reports, Initiatives, Documents):
http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/senate_cte_main_pages/ccas.htm.

Policy Regarding Loss, Damage and Theft of Personal Equipment and Belongings:
The Faculty of Fine Arts at York University will not be held responsible for the loss, damage or theft of
personal equipment or any other personal belongings that are left in studios, classrooms, storage areas or
any other space within the Faculty. It is each individual’s responsibility to take care of their own
property. Under no circumstances will the Faculty incur liability for loss, damage or theft of such
property.

Please take all reasonable measures to protect your personal belongings. If you do experience loss,
damage or theft of personal property, please report it immediately to the Department of Security Services
at (416) 736-5333 or extension 33333.

Sexual Harassment Guidelines:


Please refer to the Sexual Harassment guidelines in the Department of Theatre Handbook.

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