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  • 1. ENGLISH PROJECTENGLISH PROJECTIN SKOUTARI’S LYCEUMIN SKOUTARI’S LYCEUMSCHOOL YEAR 2012-2013TOPIC:TOPIC:“BRITISH AND AMERICAN CINEMA:FROM DOCUMENTARIES TO CARTOONS”
  • 2. MAIN AIMS• COLLABORATION AMONG STUDENTSAND CO-OPERATION BETWEENTEACHER AND STUDENTS• RESEARCH• PRODUCTION AND PRESENTATION OFTHEIR WORK
  • 3. OBJECTIVES• PROMOTION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGEUSE• ACTIVATE READING AND WRITINGSKILLS IN ENGLISH• EMPLOY RESEARCE SKILLS• CO-OPERATION MANNERS IN ACTION
  • 4. INITIAL THOUGHTS• STUDENTS’ BACKROUND• CHOOSING THE TOPIC• WRITING IN ENGLISH• SEPARATING THE GROUPS• CHOOSING MOVIE KINDS
  • 5. DURING THE PROJECT• MOVIES’ CHOICE• MOVIE KINDS’ HISTORICAL BACKROUND• MOVIE VIEWING• MOVIE COMMENTS• POWER POINT
  • 6. EXPECTED DIFICCULTIES• FORMING GROUPS• UNEQUALITY IN LANGUAGE SKILLS• UNWILLINGNESS TO WORK• NOT COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OFPOWER POINT
  • 7. UNEXPECTED DIFFICULTIES• NOT COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OFPOWER POINT• HUGE AMOUNT OF DATA, NOT ALLWOULD BE USED• NOT MUCH AUTHENTIC WRITING• MEETING AFTER SCHOOL HOURS• NOT AVAILABLE COMPUTER LABEVERY WEEK
  • 8. CONCLUSIONS• SUPERVISING GROUPS IS HELPFULTO THE TEACHER• GETTING TO KNOW STUDENTSBETTER AND MORE PERSONALLY• ACQUISITION OF WRITING ANDREADING SKILLS THAT WILL BENEEDED• WORKING IN GROUPS WIIL BEUSEFUL IN STUDENT’S LIFE
  • 9. GROUP AGROUP ADOCUMENTARY FILM• There are many categories ofdocumentaries which try to prove anaspect of reality.Categories: 1)Historical2)Social3)Economical4)With animals
  • 10. Ancient Aliens is an American television series that premiered on April 20, 2010 on theHistory channel. Produced by Prometheus Entertainment. We are going to discusssome episodes. Also we mentioned about The Lost Gods.• Ancient aliens:• Temples of Gold• Angel AndDemons• The Evidence• Lost Gods about:• The Egyptians• The Greeks• The Romans• The Maya• The Celts
  • 11. GROUP BGROUP BACTION MOVIES
  • 12. ACTION MOVIESa) HISTORICAL BACKROUND OF ACTIONMOVIESb) NOTES ABOUT THE MAIN PLOT OF THEMOVIESc) CONCLUSION
  • 13. GROUP CGROUP CAdventure MoviesMovies:Pirates Of CaribbeanIron ManThe Dark KnightX-Men: First Class
  • 14. The crew of the Black Pearl rescuing Captain Jack Sparrow, from Davy Jones’sLocker, and then preparing to fight the East India Trading Company, led byCutler Beckett and Davy Jones, who plan to extinguish piracy.
  • 15. IRON MANWhen wealthy industrialist Tony Stark is forced tobuild an armored suit after a life-threateningincident, he ultimately decides to use itstechnology to fight against evil.
  • 16. GROUP DGROUP DSOMETHING ABOUTCARTOON’S HISTORY• A cartoon is a form of two-dimensional illustrated visual art. While the specific definition haschanged over time, modern usage refers to a typically non-realistic or semi-realistic drawing orpainting intended for satire, caricature, or humor, or to the artistic style of such works. An artistwho creates cartoons is called a cartoonist.• Walt Disney was born on December 5th, 1901, in Chicago and died on December 15th, 1966, inCalifornia L.A.• He was an American movie producer, director, scriptwriter and cartoon designer.• Cartoons are movies in which drawn figures star instead of actors. The heroes are usuallyanimals or fictional creatures with funny faces that speak and react as if they were human beings.The creation of cartoons as well as other movies is based on metaisthima.• At first the scenes of the cartoon movie were drawn separately. The first drawings were put ontransparencies and then drawn to create a moving cartoon hero. Every drawing was slightlydifferent from the next one. Then all drawings were photographed on the row and so the wholefilm was made. When the film was shown the figures looked like they were really moving.• The first cartoons’ film was shot by S. Blakton in 1907, but Walt Disney’s movies were real worksof art.
  • 17. THESE ARE THE CARTOONS WE DEALEDWITH:1.Inspector Gadget2.Raining Meatballs3.Barbie4.Mickey Mouse5.Ratatouille
  • 18. HERE ARE SOME USEFUL INFORMATION ABOUT OURWORK:• The cartoons are movies that enjoy young and older people as well.Through cartoons we watch technology developing, and newgadgets appearing that are very useful to mankind. We also followthe development of new methods of preventing crime through theuse of these gadgets. Moreover, family issues are touched upon, forexample the fact that babies are ‘delivered’ by a stork in somecartoons. This shows that the heroes want to continue behaving inan innocent way towards kids. However in ‘Barbie’ series we have awedding taking place but not children being born. Except for that,cartoons often show the customs and the culture of a people, itstraditions and habits. In every cartoon friendship plays an extremelyimportant role in the relationships of the heroes; pets are alwaysdepicted as the hero’s best friend as well. The world sees down onless bright heroes and tries to lessen their confidence andsmartness.• The innocent and less evil heroes are the ones that always win.• There is always a pet that befriends the heroes.
  • 19. THANK YOU!THANK YOU!

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