Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Section B - Research and Textual Analysis Part1

  • Login to see the comments

  • Be the first to like this

Section B - Research and Textual Analysis Part1

  1. 1. A Clockwork OrangeWhen watching a film the first thing we do as spectators is ‘recognise’ the characters we see. We do thisby translating the ‘construct’ of the character in to real, credible person.This is sometimes we do automatically (most of the time) unless the film is deliberately making itdifficult forcing us to adopt a more detached position.In what other ways are we encouraged to ‘recognise’ and ‘align’ with the character of Alex?Make notes here then turn your page and complete the table listing key scenes in which we areencouraged to ‘align’ with Alex.(The film can be found on the student shared area)
  2. 2. Which character (if any) from ‘A Clockwork Orange’ gained your allegiance?Mind map below your ideas and reasons why you felt allegiance to your chosen character. Alternatively mind map the reasons why you did not feel allegiance to anyone. ALLEGIANCE
  3. 3. Think back to your responses to A Clockwork Orange.Make a list of the scenes were CENTRAL IMAGINING took place.Analyse the sequences and identify what specifically about those scenes engendered that response.
  4. 4. Think back to your responses to A Clockwork Orange.Make a list of the scenes were A-CENTRAL IMAGINING took place.Analyse the sequences and identify what specifically about those scenes engendered that response.

×