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  • 1. Aims
    • To be able to confidently recognise the action-adventure genre
    • SEAL/PLTS: To be effective participators and team workers
  • 2. How many action-adventure films can you name?
  • 3. Action-Adventure Film?
    • In groups, have a look at the cards, all of which are based around a certain genre convention: narrative, iconography, characters or setting.
    • Sort the cards out into ‘yes’ or ‘no’ piles – yes if you think the conventions are in action-adventure films, no if you think they do not fit the genre at all.
  • 4. Hybrids
    • Where a media text contains two or more genres.
    • Hybrids prevent the text from becoming too similar and give the audience something new and different – think about the theory of repetition and difference.
  • 5. Watch the Following Clip
    • How do we identify this film from the action-adventure genre?
    • Watch the clip twice.
    • In groups, comment on your given area (narrative, iconography, characters, setting).
    • You should make one point each to contribute to the group.
    • You should then give feedback on two of these points to the rest of the class.
  • 6. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom NARRATIVE ICONOGRAPHY CHARACTERS SETTING
  • 7. Review
    • On the card that is given to you, write down something you have learnt that relates to it, in terms of action-adventure films.
  • 8. Reviewing the Aims
    • To be able to confidently recognise the action-adventure genre
    • SEAL/PLTS: To be effective participators and team workers