Lessons for Film

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  • What Is Your Favorite Comedy? - … classic "Airplane!" first came out. What are your favorite comedy films or shows? Matt Zoller Seitz reviews some of the ways … comedy and how their work has influenced more recent comedic films: The plentiful pop cultural references and anything-for-a-laugh attitude of "Airplane!" recalled early films by Mel Brooks ("Blazing Saddles") and Woody Allen ("Bananas"). But … psychiatric patient who thinks he's Ethel Merman). And the film proudly served up jokes so astoundingly corny that they somehow …
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  • Haring In Motion Magnets - … in motion and then transfer the image onto a shrink film magnet. Objective The students will understand that a portrait is … will create a motion painting, then transfer it to shrink film magnets. The students will learn about Keith Haring's art … paper Pencils Primary color tempera paints Black acrylic paint Shrink film [shrinky dinks] Permanent markers Glue Magnets Procedure STEP 1 Hand … one drawing of their sketches to trace on to shrink film paper using permanent markers. We added magnets on the back …
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  • Big Bomb at the Box Office - … Digital/Walt Disney Pictures Wingnut, a character in the Disney film "Mars Needs Moms."Go to related article > 6 Q's … been a flop? WHERE beyond the United States did the film open? WHEN are other family movies being released in the … office in its opening weekend? Related: Our teaching resources collection Film in the Classroom. 6 Q's About the News, animation, Disney, Film, Movies 8 Comments Comments are moderated. FAQ > Submit Josh March …
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  • Spanish Idols - … personality traits of historical figures and characters in literature, TV, film, and the arts in the target culture. 1.1.A … and health of historical figures and characters in literature, TV, film, and the arts. 1.1.A.SL.d - Share detailed … personality traits of historical figures and characters in literature, TV, film, and the arts in the target culture. 1.2.A … current cultural icons to the world (arts, music, architecture, literature, film, media, TV, newspapers, important people). 3.1.A.a - Acquire …
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  • Contemporary Authors Paper and Portfolio Assignment - … 's called, and who the artist is. Write, enact, and film a 60 second preview/commercial/trailer of the novel you … .) Your novel is about to be produced as a new film. Write a storyboard of the scenes that must be included in the film, decide where the film should be shot, which actors should be cast …
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  • Femininity and Masculinity: Gender Issues - … and Dominance: Masculinity in Disney FilmsHand out Masculinity in Disney Films Thinking Guide Have students read through questions before playing video … : "Undateable" discussion The Sexism, Strength and Dominance: Masculinity in Disney Films - YouTube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CWMCt35oFY The Sexism, Strength and Dominance: Masculinity in Disney Films - Thinking Guide (Note: Masculinity in Disney Films is a popular topic on the internet …
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  • Descriptive Video: Using Media Technology to Enhance Writing - … memories. This should familiarize those who have not seen the film with some of its content. 2. Tell students they are … it to share with the class. 3. After viewing the film segment, write a descriptive retelling while students also write one … that provides a verbal description of the actions in a film or TV show when there is no dialogue. Tell students … DragonflyTV: African Penguins by Keshia and Ashley to download the film clip and write a description. Public Broadcasting Stations (PBS) and …
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  • Exploring Irony in the Conclusion of All Quiet on the Western Front - … . Ask students to come up with their own examples from films, television shows, and other readings. Students might also describe hypothetical … on chart paper. Show the ending scene of the 1930 film version of All Quiet on the Western Front to see … board or chart paper, write an ending which represents the film's interpretation of the ending, or use this description of … book covers, ask students to create movie trailers advertising the film with their new title. Show the trailer for the 1930 …
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  • Science ideas - big collection - … cooked cabbage...who cares! No. 2: Pop rockets. Get several film canisters (a local pharmacy has saved mine for me). Decorate … of paper anyway you want and tape it around the film canister with it at the bottom (the paper serves no … to the top (opposite end from film canister) Do not tape the paper to the film canister. You will need to be …
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  • Technology and Genetics - … differences between their"smiley" faces. Use a webcast feature to film what traits are observed and use the production for other … questions. Next 30 minutes of class 1) Film the data and within the film tell what traits the faces have based on … . 2) Also discuss the benefits of webcasts in making short-films for class. Accommodations/Adaptations 1) Connect with another classes and …
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