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1.Whole films 2.Film clips 3.Short films 4.Film lesson plans 5.Online student resources
Showing whole films
o The director The wordsmith The cinematographer The culture vulture The music lover
Showing film clips
The 4 S’s Setting Story Sound Symbolism
The 3 C’s Camera Colour Character
Character 1Character 2
Generic activities 1.Show with no sound 2.Write the dialogue 3.Play with sound only 4.What’s going to happen? 5.Roleplay 6.Write from perspective of a character 7.Write an alternative ending
Showing short films
Advantages of short films 1.View several times 2.Different activity each time 3.Great dramatic impact 4.Great stories 5.Innovative and creative 6.Prompts for oral and written communication
Online lesson plans
Learning through film online
ANALYZING FILM WOD Prompt: After reading Ambrose Bierce’s “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” and watching the two short films, decide which film best.
Point of View and Perspective Lesson Plan. Point of View 1.9 identify, initially with support and direction, the speaker and the point of view presented.
The Three Ways of Reading a Film Literary Aspects.
USING VIDEO CLIPS FOR EFL TEACHING. Have you ever used video/clips in your class? Can you think of ways of using them in the EFL classroom?
The Elements of Drama. Introduction to Drama What is DRAMA? – A drama or play is a form of literature that is performed for an audience either on stage.
Elements of Film. Narration/Storytelling · The author creates the universe, people, and events within the story. ·The author also chooses how the story.
Dictionary: a piece of written work that tells a story and is meant to be performed; this is called a play An event that has exciting, emotional and/or.
SOUND DESIGN The total sonic experience. * Diegetic Sound The sounds in a movie that the characters CAN hear Examples: Dialogue, Natural Sounds.
Film Techniques. Camera Shots and Movement in Film/Video “First and foremost, a film is visual rather than verbal. Thus, the feelings and ideas communicated.
Reflecting on Reading A Reading Strategy. Reflecting on Reading Provides an opportunity for the reader to share their thoughts about a book, play, short.
Why do we study films?. What was the film about? What did you like about the film? What parts made you feel happy or sad? We start with simple questions.
Theme. What the play means as opposed to what happens Could be clearly stated in the title May be stated in the dialogue as the playwright speaking through.
Radio Drama Youth Performance UNIT 6: Lesson 1. What is a Radio Drama? A play without visual elements Before T.V. people listened to dramas on the radio.
ORAL LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION. ORAL LANGUAGE INCLUDES: Listening Skills Speaking Skills Listening and Speaking vocabulary Growth Structural.
Short Stories Short Films. Arvin, Valerie. "Introduction to Short Story Writing: English 284." Introduction to Short Story... University of Washington,
Watching Difficulty lies in the need to remain totally immersed in the experience of the film while also sustaining some level of objectivity and detachment.
Conflict is the dramatic struggle (problem) between two forces in a story. Without conflict, there is no plot.
Using films and videos in foreign language lessons Eve Unt Maive Salakka 2014.
Television Drama For this lesson we will be analyzing television drama and its interpretations of everyday life. Think of your favorite movie, or television.
Directing The Basics. The director's vision shapes the look and feel of a film. He or she is the creative force that pulls a film together, responsible.
Podcasts and videos BETT Technology Applications.
What’s the difference between a script and a book?
Life of Pi: Visual and Critical Literacy Having analysed your first film still, now go about analysing and evaluating your second picture. Annotate in.
Film Review. Key Areas The Setting A brief plot summary A description of major characters Favourite key moment The music and sound effect
Pre-production Planning: Production Design Concept Lesson Plan for Technical Theatre Grades 9-12.
Let’s Throw Romeo and Juliet a Wedding By Reagan Cassanova.
DRAMA LESSON. Drama Lesson Most of the people involved in the process of education may consider the technique of dramatization as a certain kind of light.
COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAY PROMPTS. Common Application Evaluate a significant experience, achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have.
STORY REENACTMENT. In researching this strategy… Carla Schierholt I used information from the article “Enhancing Creative Dramatic Play and Story Reenactments.
Explorative strategies Still image Thought-tracking Narrating Hot-seating Role-play Cross-cutting Forum-theatre Marking the moment.
Learning Objective: To begin to understand how the technical aspects make audience meaning, focusing on: - Mise-en-scene - Cinematography.
Elements of Drama. What is a play? Books and short stories tell a story using such elements as themes, characters, plots, and settings. Like these things,
Metropolis Critique For many of you this may be the first time to watch a silent film. Keep an open mind. Metropolis was made in a different time, a different.
DEEP FOCUS (Great Depth of Field) The whole frame is in focus, the meaning of the scene thus develops in the deep space of the frame. Camera movement,
What do you know about cinema? Cinema was born on December 1895 in Paris, France. The Lumiere brothers were the 1 st filmmakers in history.
Musical Theatre. Intro Vocabulary Producer: Finances the show; pays the bills Director: In charge of overall artistic concept; during rehearsal, in charge.
Travis Southwick. Theatrical adaptations of classical literature can increase student interest and understanding “An involved child is an interested.
Playwriting. Purpose: To help you understand and appreciate the art of creating dramatic text and structure To help you see yourself and others more clearly.
Training for Short Stories 1.Show a clip from the movie Finding Nemo or another film that shows conflict. Ask what problems are in the movie and what problems.
“What a Drama Queen!”. Any work that is written or performed on a stage by actors using speech and movements.
DRAMA AND THEATER Drama Prose or verse telling a story intended for representation by actors through dialogue or action.
Using Film in the Classroom
Thank you for using this pre-visit resource. We believe this will help strengthen student learning leading up to and during your gallery visit. Due to.
Chapter 16 Writing a Play. Writing a Play Lesson 151.
ORAL ENGLISH TRAINING REVIEW ScreenwriterCinematographerMakeup artist Director Lighting technician Extra Film editorProducerComposer Actor Special-effects.
Analyze narrator and voice. Analyze symbolism and irony. Analyze characterization and plot. Plan: Literature circles for short stories. Work.
What is the difference between renewable and non-renewable resources? VS.
English and Communication: The 3 Ss Two films: The Sandman and A Slippery Tale You are going to watch two very different films with one big similarity.
Sequencing 2 Narrative Structure We will use “When Gertrude Grew Great” as an example.When Gertrude Grew Great.
Using Visual Literacy as a Stimulus to Support High Quality Literacy Teaching and Learning. Jane Denyer.
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