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Movie Vs. Book Activities - Comparing Books and Movies - Chart, Questions, Essay
These resources will help your students think more critically when comparing and contrasting a book with its movie counterpart. Use this resource over and over again with ANY book that has a movie version. The following is included in this compare and contrast books and movie resource: -1 prin
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Comparing Books and Movies
Comparing Books and Movies: Making Viewing an Effective Use of Time This packet includes 10 color printable pages and 10 ink saving blackline pages that can be used with an book and movie combination. It was designed to make viewing a movie in class an effective use of instructional time. Generat
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Comparing Books and Movies
Whenever we read a new in class the inevitable question my students ask me is, "Does this book have a movie? Can we watch it?" I like to use movie clips a lot in my class. However, I have a more difficult time agreeing to showing a full length movie because I don't like to waste too much class tim
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Literature Analysis Activity: Comparing Books and Movies
With this "Comparing Books & Movies Activity", Middle and High School English Language Arts students will exhibit their range of thinking skills from knowledge through evaluation. This activity allows them to summarize the information they gathered from literary texts and visual media, and to di
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Comparing book and movie characters (for any movie)
This product is a 4 page document that can be used when comparing book characters to their movie characters. Students are asked to compare: Book description to movie descriptions Notable character quotes and if they were utilized in the movie Book personality traits to movie traits Who they would
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Comparing Books with Movie
This compare and contrast activity challenges students to think about why a movie is different from a book. After reading a novel and watching a film based on the novel, students work with a partner to analyze the changes made by the film producers/directors. This was created to use in discussin
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Compare Any Book to Any Movie - Grades 3-6
Compare any book to any movie using these real world, engaging activities. This is specifically focused on grades 3-6 but could be used in some 7th and 8th grade classrooms for struggling readers and writers. All of the activities require students to use critical thinking skills and challenge them
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Comparing a Book and Movie
After reading a book, have students fill this worksheet out while watching the movie version. This activity always generates interesting discussions about the similarities and differences between the two.
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Comparing Book to Movie - Analyzing Film
This multi-page worksheet first uses a graphic organizer for students to directly compare and contrast a book and movie; however, it goes further to have students analyze mood from beginning to end and how a setting may affect the characters. It ends with students analyzing director's take on the fi
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The Natural: A Test Comparing the Book and the Movie
If students were assigned to read Bernard Malamud’s 1952 novel “THE NATURAL” and they also watched the 1984 movie of the same name, use this test to be sure they completed both assignments. This 33-item test asks students to identify if an incident happened just in the book, just in the movie, or i
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Media Literacy: Comparing Books and Movies Bundle
Help your students compare the similarities and difference between books and movies by analyzing the stylistic elements and characteristics of each form. This resource makes recommendations for five read alouds and corresponding movies. It includes a comparison graphic organizer, extension writing a
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FREEBIE  - - Charlotte's Web - Comparing the Book & Movie Writing Activities
Use this product to help students compare and contrast Charlotte's Web (the book and movie). Several activities are included.
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Compare ANY book and movie with these graphic organizers
Use this no-prep graphic organizer to have students compare any book to a movie.
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Charlotte's Web t-chart to compare the book and movie
Upon completion of the story, watching the movie provides a great opportunity to compare and contrast. There are many differences in the book and movie! This T-chart guides the students in looking for and recording those similarities and differences. I have formerly used a blank venn diagram, bu
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The Hunger Games - compare book to the movie
After reading the book fill in this simple chart while watching the movie.
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Wonder Book Movie Comparison Editable Activities
Wonder Book Vs. Movie Activities Your students can practice essential critical-thinking skills by comparing a novel to its movie representation. This *EDITABLE* 20+ page activity pack has several options for students to compare the depictions of the characters and events in R.J. Palacio's novel W
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Any Book & Movie Comparison Reader's Notebook Activities CCSS RL.7
Movie and Book Comparison Activities with Interactive Reader's Notebook Foldables - Use with ANY Novel or Story Aligned to the Common Core State Standards for grades 7-12, Reading Literature RL.7 and Writing Standards W.4, W.7, W.9, W.10 Contains 37 printable pages with numerous prompts, evaluatio
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English Curriculum 7, 8, or 9 Version #1
This product is my entire 8th grade English curriculum (Minus the novel studies, pre reading prezis, and novel activities), but it could work for 7-10 grades depending on your states standards. Please scroll to the bottom of the listing to learn more about downloading the product before purchase.
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Book and Movie Comparison
This worksheet is to help guide students in comparing and contrasting a book and movie version of the same story or topic. You can use this at the end of a book and movie to allow the students to organize their thought for a formal written assignment. On the worksheet students will *Identify the
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The Lightning Thief Book and Movie Comparison
The Lightning Thief novel and movie comparison activity. This two-page document includes a chart that students fill out comparing and contrasting the book and movie for Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief. It also includes a teacher answer key. This is a great extension activity t

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Sarah, Plain and Tall Compare Contrast Book and Movie
This is a fun graphic organizer to compare and contrast Sarah, Plain and Tall the book with Sarah, Plain and Tall the movie. This is a great activity to due at the end of your novel study. (This document along with 60+ other pages full of comprehension questions, vocabulary, and fun activities f
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Polar Express: Exceptional Math and Literacy Activities for the book and movie
This 30 page pdf includes: 8 Math activities on: creating bar graphs, 2D shapes, patterns, permutations and combinations, word problems with extended responses on basic operations. Literacy activities on: character traits, compare and contrasting, ABC order, onomatopoeia, extended written respon
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Wonder - Book and Movie Anticipation and Comparison
Wonder is a must read for fifth graders. Students need to learn empathy and inclusiveness. They need to learn to be true to themselves, and not bend to peer pressure in middle school. In my opinion, there is no better book than Wonder to help students think about being upstanders instead of bystande
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Compare and Contrast Roald Dahl's "The Witches" Book to the Movie
This is a compare and contrast activity for "The Witches" book by Roald Dahl and movie. The students must compare certain criteria: characters, problem/solution, multimedia elements, genre, and point of view. After analyzing the information by answering questions, students must create a final scene
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