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Investigative Learning: Teaching Point of View with Hoodwinked (the movie)
Anytime we come up and apply our own meaning to a word or idea, it just sticks and clicks. This activity will guide students to creating their own definition for Point of View and Perspective while watching clips from Hoodwinked. They will work collaboratively to create their definitions and answer
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Hoodwinked Movie  Comprehension / Point of View / Sequence of event questions
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Common Core: Text to Movie-Little Red Riding Hood and Hoodwinked
This is a common core project that compares/contrasts media to fiction by showing the similarities and differences between Hoodwinked, the movie, and the Grimm Brothers' version. The project includes presenting a newscast as well as writing comparison/contrast paragraphs. It also includes a Venn d
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Point of View Activity- Hoodwinked!
This is a fun way to demonstrate point of view. The movie "Hoodwinked" follows four characters through a land of fairy tales as they try to solve a mystery. The Goodie Bandit keeps striking and Red, Wolf, Granny Pucket and the Woodsman are all under suspicion. To solve the crimes, they each tell the
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Hoodwinked - Character Perspective/Point of View
Students can practice character perspective/ point of view while viewing the movie, Hoodwinked! You will need to find your own access to the movie; however, all video clip time frames are included on the second page of the PDF. The practice begins with the scene of the crime and moves through each
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Fairy Tale Comparison- "Little Red Riding Hood" & "Hoodwinked"
Fairy Tales are some of the most well known stories around the world. Many have been updated and reworked into Hollywood movies. This worksheet asks students to read "Little Red Riding Hood" and watch "Hoodwinked" to compare them, looking at how they each treat the essential characteristics of a fa
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Movie Analysis: Hoodwinked (Extensive; advanced) PDF
Intensive analysis of the deconstructed fairy tale cartoon mystery, Hoodwinked (currently streaming on Netflix), a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood. Answer key and teacher ideas are included. Lesson Plan includes more than 20 varied questions for advanced middle school or regular high school stud
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Hoodwinked & New Fairy Tales
This is a fictional, narrative writing assignment focusing on understanding perspectives in stories. Outside Materials Needed: Movie: Hoodwinked (2005) animated, rated PG Book: The True Story of the Three Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka (1996) 1. Watch segments of the movie Hoodwink: Beginning, Red
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Hoodwinked Viewing Guide-RL.4.7
This is a perfect addition to a fairy tale unit. Students will watch the movie Hoodwinked and analyze it based on common characteristics of fairy tales. They will also compare/contrast one of the fairy tales depicted in Hoodwinked to the traditional fairy tale. This is a great activity for teachi
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Hoodwinked: A Practice in Observation and Inference
Use the movie Hoodwinked to help students understand and practice the differences between observation and inference. This can be useful in the subjects of science or communication arts. Includes a basic lesson plan and worksheet.
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Movie Guide: Hoodwinked - Expository Text Patterns
Entice your students with Hoodwinked, a story that that is told from four different points of view. Each point of view, although correct, is only a part of the story. Hoodwinked also has examples of expository text structures in media form. The movie could be used for: reinforcement of skills or an
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Movie Analysis: Hoodwinked (Extensive; advanced) Word Doc
Intensive analysis of the deconstructed fairy tale cartoon mystery, Hoodwinked (currently streaming on Netflix), a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood. Answer key and teacher ideas are included. Lesson Plan includes more than 20 varied questions for advanced middle school or regular high school stud
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Hoodwinked Question Chart
Q Chart. Leveled activity with suggested marking. Answer key. To be used while watching a movie. Very successful with a variety of student abilities.
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Hoodwinked!  Author's purpose and Point fo View
This assignment is used with the animated movie, Hoodwinked. We show how the same story can be told many different ways. Students take notes throughout the story. We then continue on to a creative writing assignment that uses common fairytales and looks at another POV (real story of three little
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Point of View, Tone, Dialogue Worksheet for Hoodwinked
This is a printable worksheet to be used while watching Hoodwinked (80 min. runtime) Skills covered are point of view, tone, and dialogue with a 25 question worksheet to be answered while watching the film. Answer Key is included.
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Unit: Expository Text Patterns
Spice up teaching expository text structure with a student jigsaw, video clips and pictures to help students understand the different structures. Included in this bundle are links to text pieces and video clips. You will need YouTube access for students to locate video clips for their presentations.
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POV Analysis in Pop Culture
This lesson is designed as a 15 minute activity that can be expanded to a full class period, or altered to work as a 15 minute activity over the course of a few days. It uses the movie Hoodwinked to get students looking at the way perspective and point of view can change a story. This specific lesso
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