Lights, camera, literature: How a UK teacher uses film

01/23/2013 | Guardian (London), The

There are many films that are based on or inspired by literature that can become useful tools in classroom lessons, suggests Adwoa Oforiwa, an experienced educator in the United Kingdom. In this blog post, she writes that films often can help to engage students in lessons, excite them about learning and offer new details about characters and novels. The charity she works for, Filmclub, now also has created educational resources to help teachers use film in the classroom, she writes.

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