This worksheet is intended to be used with the movie "Radio." "Radio" is based on the true story of James Robert "Radio" Kennedy and Hanna High School football coach Harold Jones.
This movie and worksheet is appropriate for middle and high school-level students. I use this inspirational film in my
This document includes:
- 23 comprehension questions
- 6 essay questions to have students think
- A who said what short activity
- 1 appreciation question about the movie
What's fun with these activities is you don't have to do them all. You decide which ones you want, print and put together. and
This two-page worksheet is intended to be used with the powerful movie, "The Butler." The movie and worksheet are appropriate for high school United States History, Civil Rights History, Social Psychology, American Government, and English courses.
The Butler tells the story of a White
SIMA Engagement Models are designed to inspire global learning and civic skill-building in dynamic and interactive ways. In conjunction with utilizing SIMA Films, educators can employ these models as Lesson Plans or incorporate them into pre-existing curricula across multiple disciplines and class f
Students take notes while watching the film, "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?", and then make a reflective journal about which leadership principles they saw demonstrated by characters within the film. Upon completion, students switch projects with a partner who completes a peer-review rubric (include
A brief overview of the movie Kindergarten Cop for students to read before watching the film, and a quiz for students to take after watching the film. I used this film to teach about "not judging a book by its cover", and teaching empathy for teachers and students.
A brief overview of the film Regarding Henry for students to read before viewing the movie, along with a note-taking sheet for students to jot down important events while viewing the movie, and a post-movie project. I have used with 9-12th graders in Advisory and Life Skills and Character Education
A brief overview of the movie Son-in-law about going away to college and "changing who you are". Students make observations about the main character before and after going to college and the impacts it has on herself, her friends, and her family. I used this with 12th grades in a Life Skills/Advis
A packet of watch-along worksheets with reflection questions for students to answer after watching the first 9 episodes of Season 1 of X-men the Animated Series (1990). Students watch the 28-minute episode, talk about racism, prejudice, fear, protest, and leadership qualities and then reflect on ho
Several pre-viewing questions and 13 short answer questions, as well as a chart for students to list ways in which their lives are like / unlike the young people featured in the film.
This is for the PG-13 version of the film--contains some profanity and discussions of suicide.
I have used this w
This is a documentary guide for watching (dis)Honesty. It can be watched for 2 days and it has two response questions that provoke deeper thinking. Video file not included, but can be purchased from iTunes store.
What are the fundamental qualities that students of Chinese martial arts are expected to cultivate? Patience, Discipline, Courage, Confidence & Compassion!
Like the points on a circle, there is no ‘first’ or ‘last’, no ‘more important’ or ‘less important’ when it comes to these powerful human q