This Into Film resource uses the films Short Term 12 and Ender's Game as a basis for textual analysis, focusing on camera, mise-en-scène, editing and sound. Suitable for students of film and media studies and moving image arts, these teachers' notes should be used in conjunction with the film clips and stills embedded in the PowerPoint presentation found at https://www.intofilm.org/resources/211. <br />
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A printable worksheet handout including a range of tasks for pupil assessment of Macbeth by William Shakespeare. Students choose one task from each of the different strands and have a week to complete each assessment.
With the recent release of the new Batman versus Superman movie, what better time to take a stand as to who really is the best superhero. As a way to reinforce argumentative/persuasive writing, utilize this resource to engage your students! This resource contains the following:<br />
(1) graphic organizer to frame one's thinking for forming an opinion or an argument<br />
(2) sample of five pages of a plain writing template for drafting and editing<br />
(3) sample of five pages of those who prefer "Batman" writing paper for drafting and editing<br />
(4) sample of five pages of those who prefer "Superman" writing paper for drafting and editing<br />
(5) 4-5 research articles on Batman<br />
(6) 4-5 research articles on Superman<br />
Allow students to conduct their research and form his/her opinion based on evidence from their research. Students will love this as you are teaching so many important standards!
Via eleven sets of prompts and activities, students will show mastery of The Key to 100,000 Words through oral and written work. Comprehension will rise to “past high school” level on nationally-normed Stanford Diagnostic Comprehension Tests. <br />
Short, multicultural stories and Life Skills-related topics engage and motivate learners, building EQ (Emotional Intelligence) through class discussion of sometimes sensitive issues. Navajo, prison, Hispanic, Anglo and Alaskan cultures are included.<br />
Learners’ original works will progress in writing skill from three-sentence paragraphs to four-paragraph expository, researched and reflective essays by the end of this eleven-part series. <br />
Further, inferences and thematic threads build Executive Function as the units progress, including impulse control, motivation and persistence, positive relationships with others, proactive planning ability, prediction and problem-solving. Rubric and two multiple choice tests are included.
This resource provides 36 visually stunning poster images defining: <br />
and ADJECTIVES<br />
Each one provided in four formats:<br />
• Colour<br />
• Black and white photocopiable (suitable for use as handouts and colouring sheets)<br />
• Creative<br />
• Dyslexia Friendly<br />
Suitable as classroom posters, hand-outs and desk mats.<br />
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