How to incorporate lessons about film into the curriculum

01/26/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The writers of this blog post offer ideas for incorporating lessons about film into the curriculum as three major film-industry events get under way. They suggest having students compare one of this year's nominees for the Best Picture Oscar with the books on which they are based, or having them write a review or persuasive essay about the film they liked best. Other suggestions include analyzing the historical accuracy of a film or creating a video to discuss a favorite scene in one of the films.

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