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SpringBoard 2.21 Objective: I will analyze scenes in order to conduct character analysis based on context clues within the images. You will need the following for today’s lesson. SSR Composition Book SpringBoard
SpringBoard 2.21 (p. 135 & 136) SSR Read a book of your choosing for fifteen minutes. Reflection Question If your book were made into a movie, would you change any parts? Explain what you would change and why. If you wouldn’t change anything, explain why some directors choose to change the story when making a movie.
Rear Window Opening Montage Activity 2.21 – We will be analyzing seven still images from the first 30 minutes of Rear Window. On your device, go to my web page locate and open the “Rear Window: Analyzing the Opening Segment” PowerPoint in the Rear Window Unit. For each image, complete the chart on 2.21, Part I, by describing the scene and responding to the questions. Be prepared to share and discuss with the class!
Opening Montage – the Apartment
Jeff watches Newlyweds
Lisa “introduces” herself
Miss Lonelyhearts has imaginary date
Thorwald and his wife
Jeff and Lisa argue
Jeff spies on Thorwald
SpringBoard 2.21 In your group, discuss the following questions. How does an image or series of images provide information about people without words? How does an audience create stories based on images alone?
SpringBoard 2.21 As we view the first 36 minutes of Rear Window, read the film techniques used in the scene and determine the effect the technique has on the scene. You will have a few minutes after each scene to write your comments on the 2.21 part 2 chart.
SpringBoard 2.21 After viewing the scenes and completing the chart. Discuss the following questions in your group. 1) Who is constructing the story? 2) Do other character agree with that interpretation of events? 3) What do the audience/viewer know? 4) How does the audience become the “eyes” of the person looking through the lens? 5) What does the audience see and what potentially important elements does the viewer not see?
SpringBoard 2.21 Complete the analytical paragraph for 2.21 and turn in for a daily grade.
Works Cited Rear Window. Perf. James Stewart and Grace Kelly. MCA Home Video, Film. SpringBoard Senior English. Consumable Edition ed. College Board, Print.