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- Effort, PA
Crime Drama Teacher Resources
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Investigate the nature of crime dramas on television. What exactly are they trying to portray? Questions and a comparison chart support learners as they watch shows from Canada, Great Britain, and the United States. An oral presentation wraps it all up and develops critical television participators and thinkers.
How do current events and issues influence movies and tv shows? Use this discussion question to introduce the effect major events and world issues have on writers of specific eras. Look at some examples with your class, and assign an essay that encourages each learner to look at a specific example.
Twelfth graders identify issues associated with a particular time period and analyze how the issues influenced writers of the era. In this literary era lesson, 12th graders analyze the characteristics of various literary periods to identify how the issues influenced the writers of those periods. Students compose an informational essay about the research.
Students work with a partner to compile a new movie. They comprehend tat the movie requres a lot of preparation and media releases. Students use one computer, create the serval different materials for their film: A Publisher Flyer advertising their movie, A Publisher Invitation to the Premiere Showing, A PowerPoint Presentation, A FrontPage Homepage Advertising the Film, and A Moviemaker 1 minute trailer.