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Section b lesson 1 intro SECTION B

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  • 1. New exam topic for Section B ‘Living with Crime’
  • 2. How is crime represented in the UK?
  • 3. What do you think this film is about? ‘ Innocence has nowhere to hide’
  • 4. What do you think this film is about? ‘ You only get one shot at life’
  • 5. How do they compare/contrast?
  • 6. How do they compare/contrast?
    • LTB
    • 2 female main characters
    • Both influence the young
    • BB
    • 2 male main characters
    • Both influence the young
    Contrast Compare
  • 7. Tomorrow’s lesson
    • Section B research - 'Living with Crime'
    • Read reviews of Bullet Boy and London to Brighton - WHAT IS THEIR LIFE LIKE?
    • What themes and issues are being raised in these films? Highlight particular phrases to back up your answers
    • How have these issues been portrayed/represented in these films? Use the online trailers and clips from You Tube to help you
    • Think about location, characters, language etc
    • Post all your research on your blog to feedback in Thursday's lesson

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