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Resources on Film Literacy

Here is a list of resources on film literacy

Film Literacy & The Language of Film

Frank W. Baker/Media Literacy Clearinghouse NCTE) Peter Edwards, chairman of the Film Agency for Wales

Children experience moving images from earliest childhood. Cartoons, films, adverts, and all moving image media are very carefully constructed to tell stories and provoke feelings. They are a huge part of our culture.

Film Study Lesson Plans @Web English Teacher

Film as Genre| | Movies by Title| Analyzing Motion Pictures This 1-page teacher guide offers questions for students who are analyzing movies. From the U. S. Library of Congress, requires Adobe Reader for access. Camera Angles How are a three-shot, a canted angle shot, and a dolly shot different from one another?

Harnessing the power of film in the classroom

As seen with Nicole Ponsford's article last month, film offers many different qualities for teaching students of all ages. Jane Fletcher, director of education at British charity Into Film, gives her thoughts on how teachers can employ movies to teach a wide variety of fields.

MediaEd: teach film, media and filmmaking

UK media and film education site with teaching ideas, advice on using film in schools, filmmaking by children, what's on and a map of film education providers.

Film Education

Following the closure of Film Education in April 2013 this site and its library of resources will remain accessible, free of charge, for teachers and their students across the UK.

Education resources

Explore our online material for teachers and learners.

Lights, Camera, Action...Music: Critiquing Films Using Sight and Sound - ReadWriteThink

Movie music and magic set the scene for this lesson in which students analyze a scene from Good Morning, Vietnam and then create a scene of their own.

Lights, Camera, Action! - Teaching Ideas and Resources

Find educational ideas, resources, videos and links, all linked to films, TV and movie making.

Elements of Cinema | A Student's Guide to the Fundamentals of Filmmaking

Welcome to Elements of Cinema - your filmmaking web resource with tips, tutorials, articles, and reviews on movies, techniques, and the several elements of the most exquisite and complicated art form on the planet - cinema. Our mission is to teach filmmaking.

Ten Tools for Reading Film

Introduction The Ten Tools were designed to provide teachers with a 'route' into the exploration of film and moving image in the classroom. They were assembled especially with inexperienced or beginner teachers in mind, and there is a deliberate attempt to avoid technical jargon wherever possible.

ACMI Generator

A creative studio space to explore storytelling and the moving image. Download free video, images and sound and upload your own media. Create your own storyboards and share them online.

The Story of Movies Educational Program from the The Story of Movies

The Story of Movies is an interdisciplinary curriculum introducing students to classic cinema and the curltural, historical and artistic significance of film.

Oscar Week Special: 7 Teaching Resources on Film Literacy

The Academy Awards are just around the corner, and there are a number of nominated films that can be great teaching tools for educators this year. With the abundance of media messages in our society, it's important to ensure students are media literate.

25 Resources For Teaching With Movies And Film

by Gerard Harris Whether you're a student looking to get into the film industry or a teacher looking for reference points to help your pupils, you'll need all the online resources you can find. To make things a little easier for you, the film section of Tuppence Magazine has put together a list of the 25 best learning resources for film studies available online.

3 Ways Film Can Enhance the Student Classroom Experience

Do you remember the joy that you felt as a student when you saw the teacher roll the TV into the classroom? Your students can experience the same joy when you show a film in your own classroom - and it won't be because it's a perceived distraction.

Ten Tools for Reading Film

Introduction The Ten Tools were designed to provide teachers with a 'route' into the exploration of film and moving image in the classroom. They were assembled especially with inexperienced or beginner teachers in mind, and there is a deliberate attempt to avoid technical jargon wherever possible.

Moving Image Education " ICT for Teaching & Learning in Falkirk Primary Schools

Cultures through centuries might be seen to have promoted their shared values through story-telling (oral or written), songs, and visual art. Nowadays many would argue that the moving image (whether television, films or animations) has become a major tool for telling stories, sharing ideas, or seeking to change opinions.

Open School BC History 12 Course Resource

Open School BC is British Columbia, Canada's foremost developer, publisher, and distributor of K-12 content, courses and educational resources. Open School BC helps teachers teach and students learn through providing online and print content, courses, and resources that meet the BC Ministry of Education curriculum standards.

Great tips on innovative ways to teach film

Given that most people enjoy watching movies, it's often tempting to just 'put on' a film. However, while the age of pupils will restrict screening opportunities (Junior schools will likely continue to miss out on Goodfellas), there are still a huge amount of films that students can really sink their teeth into.

Resources

The videos below show a range of ways to make your short documentary film better. They are taken from the ABC open website linked here . Some more detailed advice about producing your film can be...