Sb4 2-23 Screening Day A Notes

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Class notes about creating an analytical statement with textual support based on Springboard L4 Actiivty 2.23 and Edward Scissorhands.

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Sb4 2-23 Screening Day A Notes

  1. 1. SB4.2.23 – Screen Day AAnalytical Statement with Textual Support (Edward Scissorhands)
  2. 2. Purpose of cinematic technique Example Effect(s)of cinematic technique of cinematic technique
  3. 3. Purpose of cinematic technique Long shot – to make characters look vulnerable Example Effect(s)of cinematic technique of cinematic technique
  4. 4. Purpose of cinematic technique Long shot – to make characters look vulnerable Example Effect(s) of cinematic technique of cinematic techniqueWhen Peg is upstairs in the“castle” (mansion)
  5. 5. Purpose of cinematic technique Long shot – to make characters look vulnerable Example Effect(s) of cinematic technique of cinematic technique Peg looks very small in the big room. TheWhen Peg is upstairs in the long shot build suspense because the viewer“castle” (mansion) is worried about Peg.
  6. 6. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses_______________________________________(cinematic technique) in order to_______________________________________(achieve what purpose). For example,______________________________________________________________________________(evidence from the film to support the topicsentence).
  7. 7. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses a longshot in order to_______________________________________(achieve what purpose). For example,______________________________________________________________________________(evidence from the film to support the topicsentence).
  8. 8. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses a longshot in order to show the vulnerability ofcharacters. For example,______________________________________________________________________________(evidence from the film to support the topicsentence).
  9. 9. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses a longshot in order to show the vulnerability ofcharacters. For example, when Peg is upstairs inthe castle, the long shot makes her look small sothat the viewer worries about her safety.
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