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Roald Dahl Pg. 317 Point of View: 3 rd person limited
Comparing the short film clip to the text: Alfred Hitchcock’s Lamb to the Slaughter. Create a comparison chart between Roald Dahl’s short story and Alfred Hitchcock’s video version. Example…..
Comparison Chart MovieShort Story Patrick’s secret Mary at the store The detectives Key Scenes: Other details:
Viewer’s Response: Respond to the following questions below; using complete sentences: 1) What is the overall message of the story? 2) As a viewer, which version (film or story) was better at conveying the meaning? Why? 3) Were the actors appropriately chosen for the characters? Explain. 4) Which key scenes needed to be in the film to make it accurate? Explain. 5) How well were those scenes interpreted? Explain. 6) How did you feel about the overall interpretation of the film? Was it effective? Entertaining? Boring? Why?
Portrait of a Perfect Murder Handout: Read the handout. Highlight ALL that would apply to Mary Maloney. Respond to annotated questions on handout. Watch the documentary “How to Commit the Perfect Murder.” Take detailed Cornell notes (with summary). You will be using your notes to complete a body paragraph with 4 concrete details; determining whether the perfect murder is/ is not possible.
Is the perfect murder possible? Review your notes. Write a response answering the question whether or not the perfect murder is possible; using the body paragraph format on the following slide to organize your thoughts:
Using your Cornell notes from the documentary, use this format to write a paragraph about whether or not the perfect murder is possible: 1)Topic sentence: The perfect murder is/ is not possible because_________________________. 2)For example, according to the documentary,….__________________________ (“How to Commit…”). 3)Additionally,…..___________________________ (“How to Commit…”). 4) Therefore… (Commentary: How does #2 and #3 reveal the perfect murder is/ is not possible?) 5) In addition,…_____________________________ (“How to Commit…”) 6) Also,….____________________________________ (“How to Commit…”) 7) This specifically….(Commentary: How does #5 and #6 reveal the perfect murder is/ is not possible?) 8) Furthermore, a perfect murder is/ is not possible because ______________________________. CD from your Cornell notes