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"A well-organised guide to teaching film language, with examples from Hollywood, independent, British and World cinemas. Designed to be accessible to those who are new to Film or Media Studies, this book will also be very useful to more experienced practitioners. It centres on a concise account of key ideas in film analysis at the 'macro' level (narrative, genre, representation) and 'micro' level (cinematography, editing, sound).
English Teaching Resources: Avatar (Film & Media Texts) is a progressive resource featuring a series of lessons designed to enhance and develop pupil knowledge and understanding of film and media texts. English Teaching Resources: Avatar (Film and Media Texts) uses James Cameron's movie Avatar as a basis for studying a film text.
While I was reading the Putnam article, I thought of all the media that I have ever used in any classrooms while in Elementary school. When I read about the Atoms Family and how the catchy song helped students remember what they were learning in science, I thought of 5th grade. In 5th grade, my class made up a rap in music class which was extended into our regular classes as well.