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1 Lesson 48 Activity 2.26: reading film, day c Late EA1s to tray.3 days lateAt top of pageHold onto yourHW until later!Lesson 48 Activity 2.26: reading film, day cPurpose-to analyze how an author/director achieves a specific effect-to interpret text by analyzing author’s purpose-to use appropriate closure and summative statements in writing
2 Be in your home groups books open to page 172 Review your notes and discussions from the last viewing of “Scissorhands” for 4 minutesWe will watch scene today.
3 After Viewing… Discuss the questions on page 172 with your home group. Come to a group consensus for each answerIs Edward behaving any differently now than he did before? What is different about the town’s treatment of him?What is the effect of the scene with Kim dancing in the ice crystal? How have her feelings about Edward changed? Why?How has Edward tried to fit in? Why has he failed? What does the “ethics lesson” reveal about Edward?
4 Analysis of Key SceneDivide up the cinematic techniques at the bottom of 172 amongst your groupYou will focus on your one cinematic technique in the key scene about to be shown againTake notes of interesting or effective examples of your techniqueThink about the low-key lighting and backlighting as well as the use of long-shots of Edward from the point of view of the police.Now discuss with your group your findings.Make predictions about the story’s outcome as a group
5 Analytical Statements Now each of you will create an analytical statement with textual support and reflective commentary about one of the cinematic elements in today’s showing.Today we will work on adding a sentence of closure.Define the followingSentence of Closure: Explanation of Interpretations. (Why is your analysis important?!)
6 Sentence of ClosureYour sentence of closure will come after your reflective commentary and your example of the purpose of the techniqueThink of your statement like a mathematical equationCinematic Element + Purpose + Evidence + Commentary = Sentence of ClosureYour sentence of closure shows why your analysis is important and brings closure to the subject.Sentence of Closure = Why we care?
7 Fill in the blanks: analytical statement Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, use _____________________ in order to ____________________________________________. For example, _______________________________ ____________________________________________._________________________________________________________________________________________._______________________________________________________________________.Cinematic elementAchieve what purposeProvide evidence/example from the text to support your topicReflective commentarySentence of closure
8 Fill in the blanks: analytical statement Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses In order to For example,A long shotShow the vulnerabilityWhen Peg is upstairs inthe castle, the long shot makes her look smallso that the viewer worries about her safety.of characters.At this point in time, the audience does not knowwhether or not the castle is a safe place, making itA place that could be dangerous to Peg. She is aloneIn the castle, and therefore vulnerable to potential dangers.Therefore, we are concerned for Peg and what will happen to her.
9 Exit Ticket / HomeworkWith your writing group, create a well-developed paragraph analyzing the element that you focused on for the film segment. Remember to use parallel structure in your writing.
10 Exit Ticket / Homework Honors On your own, create a well-developed paragraph analyzing the element that you focused on for the film segment. Remember to use parallel structure in your writing.