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Percy Jackson Camera Shots and Angles Cinematic Film Techniques Slideshow and Worksheets
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Percy Jackson Camera Shots and Angles Cinematic Film Techniques Slideshow and Worksheets

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Introduce and teach students the different types of camera shots and angles with the Percy Jackson Camera Shots and Angles PowerPoint. As students copy down the dot points on the slideshow, show examples of each camera shot and angle. Once students finish copying the notes from the PowerPoint presentation, the cut-and-paste worksheets will solidify their understanding of the various types of camera shots and angles. This resource usually takes up 2 lessons. What camera shots and angles are covered? Camera Shots – Extreme long shot / Establishing shot – Long shot – Medium shot / Mid shot / Waist shot – Close up – Extreme close up – Over the shoulder shot / Reverse shot – Point of view (POV) shot Camera Angles – Bird’s eye view / Overshot – High angle – Eye level – Low angle – Worm’s eye view / Undershot – Dutch angle Appropriate for Grades 7-10 Includes an editable PowerPoint (.pptx) and PDF file of the slideshow Includes a cut-and-paste PDF worksheet Differentiated for low ability students Answers included
Visual Techniques and Colour Symbolism Worksheets
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Visual Techniques and Colour Symbolism Worksheets

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Two worksheets to teach / recap students on visual techniques and colour symbolism in visual texts. Students are to use the provided word banks and place the correct visual technique and colour name to the correct definition and effect. What terms are covered? – Salience – Body language – Facial expression – Demand gaze – Offer gaze – Lighting – Symbolism – Motif – Vectors – Framing – Angle – Layout / Placement – Proximity – Size / Scale – Colour symbolism – Font – Contrast – Visual allusion – Space – Omission Appropriate for Grades 7-12 Differentiated for low ability students Includes US and UK spelling Answers included
Themes and Ideas in Oodgeroo Noonuccal's Poems Slideshow
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Themes and Ideas in Oodgeroo Noonuccal's Poems Slideshow

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This slideshow is great for revising the themes and ideas in Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s poetry when students finish studying her poems. Selected poems include: – The Past – China… Woman – Reed Flute Cave – Entombed Warriors – Visit to Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall – Sunrise on Huampu River – A Lake Within a Lake I’ve used this PowerPoint to recap my Year 12 English Standard HSC students for Module B: Close Study of Literature and they found this resource especially helpful when they need to plan their essays. Appropriate for Grades 11 and 12 Includes an editable PowerPoint (.pptx) and PDF file
Figurative Language Techniques Bingo
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Figurative Language Techniques Bingo

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Play bingo with your high school students and recap their figurative language techniques in a fun and engaging way! To save paper and space, the bingo cards are ready to be printed as 2 pages per A4 sheet. Once you’ve laminated the cards, students can either use whiteboard markers or counters to play the game. Students need 5 terms in a row to win (vertically, horizontally or diagonally). What terms are covered? – Simile – Metaphor – Personification – Oxymoron – Pathetic fallacy – Alliteration – Sibilance – Pun – Rhyme – Irony – Idiom – Assonance – Consonance – Hyperbole – Paradox – Rhetorical question – Hypophora – Onomatopoeia – Imagery – Colloquial language – Emotive language – Symbolism – Allusion – Repetition – Anaphora – Hyperbaton – Euphemism Appropriate for Grades 7-12 32 unique bingo cards Includes master / instructions card
Cinematic Film Techniques Worksheet
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Cinematic Film Techniques Worksheet

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A great worksheet to review the basic terms of cinematic / film techniques. What terms are covered? – Costume – Props – Mise en scène – Colour – Lighting – Diegetic sounds – Non-diegetic sounds – Silence – Dialogue – Voice over – Flashback – Intertitle – Montage – Dissolve – Cutaway Appropriate for Grades 7-12 Differentiated for low ability students Includes US and UK spelling Answers included
Percy Jackson Key Characters Worksheet
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Percy Jackson Key Characters Worksheet

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This is the perfect worksheet to recap the characters, and their roles, in the film Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. What key characters are covered? – Percy Jackson – Annabeth Chase – Grover Underwood – Chiron – Medusa – Sally Jackson – Poseidon – Persephone – Hades – Zeus – Luke Castellan – Gabe Ulgiano Appropriate for Grades 6-9 Answers included
Matching Language Techniques 1 and 2 Worksheets
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Matching Language Techniques 1 and 2 Worksheets

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These 2 worksheets are a great lesson starter to recap students’ ability to identify language techniques. To save paper, each worksheet is ready to be printed as 2 pages per A4 paper. I usually hand out the first worksheet, Matching Language Techniques 1, to my Year 8 and 9 classes as a lesson starter before I annotate poetry and short stories with them. It helps students remember the different types of language techniques before annotating a text as a class. In the following lesson, I would give my students Matching Language Techniques 2 and it’s a bit more challenging because they’re familiar with the language techniques from the first one. Nonetheless, I had a low ability Year 9 class and so I’ve made a differentiated version of Matching Language Techniques 2 to ensure that it’s not too hard for them. What language techniques are covered? Matching Language Techniques 1 – Simile – Repetition – Enjambment – Metaphor – Alliteration – Rhyme – Hyperbole – Personification Matching Language Techniques 2 – Simile – Oxymoron – Alliteration – Rhyme – Metaphor – Assonance – Personification – Onomatopoeia – Sibilance – Hyperbole – Consonance Appropriate for Grades 7-9 Differentiated for low ability students Answers included
Narrative Writing Marking Criteria Rubric and Feedback Tick Boxes
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Narrative Writing Marking Criteria Rubric and Feedback Tick Boxes

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This narrative marking criteria / rubric and feedback tick boxes will make your marking a lot quicker! You no longer need to repeat yourself and write the same comments for each of your students. I’ve used this marking criteria and feedback tick boxes to mark Year 7 and 8 short stories, narratives and imaginative writings. And it made my marking more time efficient as I don’t need to write a comment, for each student of the cohort, but rather just tick the detailed feedback boxes instead. Students also find it a lot easier to read the feedback tick boxes because they are written in dot points. So it’s a win-win situation! Includes an editable Word (.docx) and PDF file
Themes and Ideas in Henry Lawson's Short Stories Slideshow
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Themes and Ideas in Henry Lawson's Short Stories Slideshow

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After learning about Henry Lawson’s short stories, revise the themes and ideas for each short story with this PowerPoint. Selected short stories include: – The Drover’s Wife – The Union Buries Its Dead – Shooting the Moon – Our Pipes – The Loaded Dog I’ve used this slideshow to revise Module A: Language, Identity and Culture with my Year 12 English Standard class and they always refer back to this resource because it’s colourful and appealing. Appropriate for Grades 11 and 12 Includes an editable PowerPoint (.pptx) and PDF file
Percy Jackson Camera Movements Cinematic Film Techniques Slideshow and Worksheet
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Percy Jackson Camera Movements Cinematic Film Techniques Slideshow and Worksheet

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Introduce students to the basic camera movements in cinematography. The PowerPoint slideshow includes simple dot points that students can copy down as notes. Each slide also includes a video example of the camera movement that you can click to play. Once students finish copying the dot points, the fill-in-the-blank worksheet will solidify their understanding of the camera movements they’ve just learnt. What camera movements are covered? – Tracking – Dolly – Panning – Tilting – Trucking – Zooming – Crane – Handheld Appropriate for Grades 7-10 Includes an editable PowerPoint (.pptx) file of the slideshow Includes a fill-in-the-blank PDF worksheet Differentiated for low ability students Answers included
Camera Shots and Angles Cinematic Film Techniques Recap Quiz 2
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Camera Shots and Angles Cinematic Film Techniques Recap Quiz 2

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Use this slideshow as a quiz to recap students’ ability to identify camera shots and angles at the beginning of a new lesson or activity. These screenshots and answers are different to Camera Shots and Angles Recap 1 and you can use this slideshow as a round 2 quiz. What camera shots and angles are covered? Camera Shots – Extreme long shot / Establishing shot – Long shot – Medium shot / Mid shot / Waist shot – Close up – Extreme close up – Over the shoulder shot / Reverse shot – Point of view (POV) shot Camera Angles – Bird’s eye view / Overshot – High angle – Eye level – Low angle – Worm’s eye view / Undershot – Dutch angle Also available for FREE: – Camera Shots and Angles Recap 1 – Camera Shots and Angles Recap 3 Appropriate for Grades 7-12 Includes an editable PowerPoint (.pptx) and PDF file Answers included (on the last slide)
Camera Shots and Angles Cinematic Film Techniques Recap Quiz 3
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Camera Shots and Angles Cinematic Film Techniques Recap Quiz 3

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Students will be able to identify camera shots and angles after being quizzed by this series of camera shots and angles recaps. It worked with my Year 8 English class and they enjoyed guessing the title of the movies as well. What camera shots and angles are covered? Camera Shots – Extreme long shot / Establishing shot – Long shot – Medium shot / Mid shot / Waist shot – Close up – Extreme close up – Over the shoulder shot / Reverse shot – Point of view (POV) shot Camera Angles – Bird’s eye view / Overshot – High angle – Eye level – Low angle – Worm’s eye view / Undershot – Dutch angle Also available for FREE: – Camera Shots and Angles Recap 1 – Camera Shots and Angles Recap 2 Appropriate for Grades 7-12 Includes an editable PowerPoint (.pptx) and PDF file Answers included (on the last slide)
Camera Shots and Angles Cinematic Film Techniques Recap Quiz 1
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Camera Shots and Angles Cinematic Film Techniques Recap Quiz 1

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Recap students’ ability to identify camera shots and angles by displaying this slideshow quiz on the projector. What camera shots and angles are covered? Camera Shots – Extreme long shot / Establishing shot – Long shot – Medium shot / Mid shot / Waist shot – Close up – Extreme close up – Over the shoulder shot / Reverse shot – Point of view (POV) shot Camera Angles – Bird’s eye view / Overshot – High angle – Eye level – Low angle – Worm’s eye view / Undershot – Dutch angle Also available for FREE: – Camera Shots and Angles Recap 2 – Camera Shots and Angles Recap 3 Appropriate for Grades 7-12 Includes an editable PowerPoint (.pptx) and PDF file Answers included (on the last slide)