Reading the Movies: Another Approach To Teaching Critical Thinking Skills And Writing
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Students explore the elements of film to analyze character, action, and the themes in the movie, "Quiz Show." The lesson encourages students to make personal connections and real life applications as they view the movie, critically.
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