Teaching with film

8th June 2001 at 01:00
Film education's packs are a good introduction to using film in teaching, both across the age range and across the curriculum. Many free print packs are advertised and described here. The booklet Film at Key Stage 1 is free and covers the use of film in music, art and design, Englishliteracy, mathsumeracy, design and technology PSHE and citizenship, history, ICT, PE, geography and science. Primary film and Shakespeare, also free, offers resources for introducing the good bard in primary schools. Secondary resources are also available.


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