Meet You at the Movies
Brightly equipped knights and highborn maidens come to life as young screenwriters use the provided activity to script a film version of Edgar Allan Poe's "Eldorado" or "Annabel Lee."
8 Views 8 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
- Brainstorm possible ways for groups to share their movie plan
- The activity assumes participants are familiar with characterization, plot, mood, and atmosphere
- The activity encourages kids to consider the asthetic elements of film
- No rubric is provided
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