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  • Not for Ourselves Alone - … title "Part 1: Revolution" Episode 2: last fifteen minutes of film called "Winter Wheat" They will also need access to a … may teach others." (Taken from Episode 2, final segment of film.) Ask them to give examples to illustrate the meaning of … for students if necessary. Discuss how the quote from the film is illustrated in Stanton and Anthony's actions. Have students … might be more appropriate based upon the focus of the film. Before doing the interview, students should create a list of …
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  • Blues as African American History - … .gmu.edu/d/5760/ http://www.galegroup.com/free_resources/bhm/ Film Tie-Ins Events and Time Periods in African American History … .com/free_resources/bhm/timeline.htm. Segments from several of the films in The Blues series can also be used to illustrate time periods and events in African American history. See Film Tie-Ins section for guidance on related segments.] Research and … by showing the segment "Like Being Black Twice" from the film The Road to Memphis. Assign students to research African American …
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  • Poetry: Blues Style - … .html http://www.poets.org/poems/poems.cfm?prmID=1472 Film Tie-Ins Events and Time Periods in African American History … prevalent blues themes by showing several segments from The Blues films. After viewing, assign students to research Hughes' work, looking specifically … class in either a written paper or oral presentation. [See Film Tie-Ins section for recommended viewing segments.] Resources to aid …
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  • A Snapshot of Delta Blues: Skip James and Robert Johnson - … Killin' Floor Blues" Web Sites: http://www.roadhouseblues.com/biopages/ Film Tie-Ins Skip James Guitar Techniques The Soul of a … , and their resulting sound, mirror these emotions. [See Film Tie-Ins for specific film viewing information.] Robert Johnson, considered by many to … convey the same feeling and emotion as the originals. [See Film Tie-Ins for details on James' cover versions.] Research and …
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  • Folk Tradition in the Blues - … to Be Called a Man" Shemekia Copeland, "The Other Woman" Film Tie-Ins Themes and Images in Blues Music Warming by … of these themes and images are highlighted in The Blues films. See Film Tie-Ins section for guidance about particularly complementary sections … find the following sources helpful for getting started: The Blues film, Feel Like Going Home Hale, Thomas A. Griots and Griottes …
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  • Crossing the Color Line - … American for the heavyweight boxing championship? Procedure: Before viewing the film put the following quotation from the program on the board … approximately one hour and five minutes into the film). As students watch the film, ask them to take notes in two columns …
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  • New Orleans - Geography - Teacher's Guide: Suggestions for Active Learning The film New Orleans and this companion Web site offer insights into … , and urbanization. You can use part or all of the film, or delve into the rich resources available on this Web … students find answers to these questions, using material from the film, , and other sources. Then, on a sheet of paper, list … segregation always mean discrimination? A laboratory of diversity. As the film shows, in areas ranging from to to , New Orleans' diversity …
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  • The American in the Classroom - … for classroom use. We strongly urge you to preview the film and decide whether it is appropriate for use in your classroom. Suggestions for how to show the 82-minute film in two or three days and discussion ideas for before … , a play (adapted by Henry James himself), and as a film Explore life in Paris during the time of the novel … Theatre programs. Off Air Taping Rights Educators can tape the film off air and use it for one year after broadcast …
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  • Creating an Oral History--Who Tells the Story? - … " of those interviewed. Video Segment A. First six minutes of film B. Excerpt length: 15 minutes. Begins approximately 2 hours from … . This section will acquaint students with the premise for the film and provide them with a context for doing an oral … community? What is Marzynski trying to achieve by exploring, on film, the life of the Jewish and non-Jewish communities of … event? What biases are displayed by the historians in the film? Divide the class in half. One group will represent Marzynski …
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  • A Class Divided - … the opportunity to reflect on the issues raised in the film. Flexible, but at least one full class period is recommended … now and why those scenes? Did any part of the film surprise you? Do you think someone of a different race … would anyone want to murder Martin Luther King?" Did the film provide an answer to the question? Can you answer the … in light of the testing results they see in the film, where third-graders perform better on a phonics task when …
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