Aims: For students to receive feedback on Little Miss Sunshine mini-MICRO essays and research and analyse British Social R...
Onto sheets sketch down your ides for the following questions:Q1: What makes a GREAT lesson?Q2: What makes a BAD lesson?Th...
1. Read the example essay2. Highlight the good parts3. Give a few comments on what the student has   done well4. Give it a...
5 minute expert taskResearch “British Social Realist Film”Names of filmsDirectorsThemes and issues the films deal withIssu...
Opening scene: Sweet SixteenWhat features are employed in the opening sceneto make the film appear more realistic to the a...
Aims: To consolidate work on British Social RealismOutcomes: by the end of the lesson students should be able to:1.   Reca...
Name a British Film Director who is known for Social Realism (1)Name three essential elements of Social Realism (3)What pl...
MICRO analysis: Looking For EricWhat features are employed in the scene to make the film appear morerealistic to the audie...
What are the key elements of a film poster?
Movie titleNames of main actors/actressesFictitious Credits will includeName of the production companyName of the producer...
Design TaskDesign a film poster for a new Social Realist filmThe Task is broken into four parts:1. Research – a selection ...
HomeworkTake notes from the AS Film Studies text book:Mise-en-scene – setting, performance and movement,Body Language & Bo...
Introduction activity for social realist film and feedback from little miss sunshine essays
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Introduction activity for social realist film and feedback from little miss sunshine essays

  1. 1. Aims: For students to receive feedback on Little Miss Sunshine mini-MICRO essays and research and analyse British Social Realist FilmOutcomes: by the end of the lesson students should be able to:• Discuss and differentiate the difference between a D/C grade essay and an A* grade essay• Action plan ways to improve your mini-MICRO essay• Research British Social Realist Film• Analyse a sequence from Sweet Sixteen using core MICRO language• Analyse a sequence from Looking for Eric using core MICRO language• Compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the two films• Create a synopsis for a new British Social Realist film
  2. 2. Onto sheets sketch down your ides for the following questions:Q1: What makes a GREAT lesson?Q2: What makes a BAD lesson?Think in terms of:content of the lesson;teaching style and delivery;students in the group and their attitude towards learning.
  3. 3. 1. Read the example essay2. Highlight the good parts3. Give a few comments on what the student has done well4. Give it a mark based on WJEC marking criteria5. Justify your mark
  4. 4. 5 minute expert taskResearch “British Social Realist Film”Names of filmsDirectorsThemes and issues the films deal withIssues of classCamera style and techniquesUse of actors
  5. 5. Opening scene: Sweet SixteenWhat features are employed in the opening sceneto make the film appear more realistic to the audience?Jot down your ideas under the headings:CAMERA MISE-EN-SCENE SOUND (inc. dialogue)Does the opening scene engage you as an audience member?Give reasons for your answer
  6. 6. Aims: To consolidate work on British Social RealismOutcomes: by the end of the lesson students should be able to:1. Recap the main elements of British Social Realism2. Discuss and analyse a scene from Looking for Eric using MICRO language3. Name the key functions of a film poster4. Create a film poster for a new British Social Realist film
  7. 7. Name a British Film Director who is known for Social Realism (1)Name three essential elements of Social Realism (3)What pleasures do Social Realist films offer the film audience? (2)Social Realist film feature A list stars: True or False? (1)Total = 7 marks
  8. 8. MICRO analysis: Looking For EricWhat features are employed in the scene to make the film appear morerealistic to the audience?Jot down your ideas under the headings:CAMERA MISE-EN-SCENE SOUND (inc. dialogue)Does the scene engage you as an audience member?Give reasons for your answer
  9. 9. What are the key elements of a film poster?
  10. 10. Movie titleNames of main actors/actressesFictitious Credits will includeName of the production companyName of the producerCostume DesignerFilm EditorProduction DesignerDirector of PhotographyExecutive Producer(s)ProducerScreenplayDirectorRating of the movie (Choices include: U; PG; 12A; 15; 18)Dolby Stereo logoRelease Date (when will the movie be in theaters?)· A hook or tag-line on the poster (perhaps a famous quote or something you makeup).· Quotes from film reviews
  11. 11. Design TaskDesign a film poster for a new Social Realist filmThe Task is broken into four parts:1. Research – a selection of British Social Realist film posters; jot down the key elements2. Produce – a poster using Google images or original images for a new British Social Realist film3. Present – your poster to the group4. Respond to feedback
  12. 12. HomeworkTake notes from the AS Film Studies text book:Mise-en-scene – setting, performance and movement,Body Language & Body Codes(pages 21 – 26)

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