To Kill A Mockingbird: Film Language and Elements Of Style

The frame, the shot, the sequence. As part of a unit study of Robert Mulligan's film version of To Kill a Mockingbird, class members learn to read the visual text of the film, examining the composition of frames and shorts, camera angles, lighting, and the editing. Beautifully crafted, carefully scaffolded, and loaded with resources, the packet is a must-have for your curriculum library.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Use as part of a film as literature course or with a unit study of Harper Lee's novel
Classroom Considerations

  • The third in a series of four resources designed to be used in order after class members have read the novel
  • The file is gigantic and takes considerable time to download
Pros

  • Includes scripted lesson plans, activities, materials, and assessments
Cons

  • None