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Film Study: Respect

Film Study: Respect

BLUE 4B

GOALS/STANDARDS and BENCHMARKS:

27.B.3 Know and describe how artists and their works shape culture and increase understanding of societies, past and present.

1.Discuss various artworks using appreciation vocabulary within historical context.

25.A.3d Identify and describe the elements of value, perspective, and color schemes; the principals of contrast, emphasis and unity; in the expressive qualities of thematic development and sequence.

2.Explain and extend various artistic elements to interpret the meaning of artworks.

25.A.3eAnalyze how the elements and principles can be organized to convey meaning through a variety of media and technology.

3.Theorize and defend the merit of the elements and principles in artwork of various media.

OTHER OBJECTIVES:

4.Students will form educated opinions in response to artwork.

MATERIALS ARE KEPT BY: Lilian Ader

A Long Way Home (DVD)

Whale Rider (DVD)

Visions of Light (DVD)

Cinematographer Style (DVD)

Projector with DVD player

VHS player

T.V.

Movie Critic Portfolio

STRATEGIES:

Group discussions

Film viewing in the classroom and at home

Role-playing such as being the camera, cinematographer, actor, etc.

Taking notes, film critiquing while watching film

Student critiques of film

ASSESSMENTS: Correlated benchmarks and objectives

Literary Aspects quiz (1, 2, 3, 4)

Dramatic Aspects quiz (1, 2, 3, 4)

Cinematic Aspects: Camera Movement quiz (2, 3, 4)

CURRICULUM MAP:

Week Tuesday Thursday
1 Introduction to film study Literary Aspects
2 Literary Aspects Literary Aspects
3 Literary Aspects Literary Aspects
4 Literary Aspects Literary Aspects
5 Dramatic Aspects Dramatic Aspects
6 Dramatic Aspects Dramatic Aspects
7 Dramatic Aspects Cinematic Aspects
8 Cinematic Aspects Cinematic Aspects