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MEDIA ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION Megan Redmond
ROMEO & JULIET Romeo’s Chase Scene (1996) Does anything about this clip differ from how you originally think of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet? If so, what?
ROMEO’S CHASE SCENE (1996) How does the beginning of the clip make you feel? Do you think this sets the tone for the rest of the clip?
ROMEO’S CHASE SCENE (1996) What did you expect to see after reading the title “Rome & Juliet?” Did you expect to see a different setting for the film version? How did the director alter the classic play of Romeo & Juliet to create this film?
LET’S COMPARE Romeo & Juliet (1968) Movie Trailer Does this clip fulfill your assumptions when you hear “Romeo & Juliet?” If so, why? Explain with examples. What about this clip is different from the 1996 film version?
LET’S COMPARE Romeo & Juliet (1996) Movie Trailer How does this 1996 film version differ from the previous trailer clip? Similarities? Do you think this version changes the meaning of Shakespeare’s play? Which do you prefer: classic or modernized version?
SPOT THE DIFFERENCE- SETTING
SPOT THE DIFFERENCE- APPAREL
IT’S YOUR TURN! In groups of 2-4, pick your own classical novel/play/poem of your choice! Develop your own original twist! But keep the content (meaning, plot, etc.) of your topic the same Next, produce a product for the class to see; this can be a video, skit, song, etc. This must alter the original version Visual production (if you choose to make a song, make a music video) Explain why you chose to alter your topic this way in a PowerPoint Include pictures of the creative process Embed production into PowerPoint presentation (if applicable)