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This Movie Review Template was created for my students to use with any movie that we watched during the school year. It enabled them to focus their attention on standards for ELA. I used it as a graphic organizer to prepare their thoughts and ideas in order to write their multi-paragraph essay. Producing Written Communications in the form of Technical WritingCreate informational pieces such as books, movies, product reviews, and news reports that use language appropriate for a specific audience.
Grades:
2nd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Generic Movie Review Templates or Layouts clipart set - 15 pieces of black and white / line art / blackline master clip art in a pack or bundle for your worksheets or educational resources. All images or pictures are high resolution so you can have large illustrations of them and they'll still be clean and beautiful. Images are in PNG format with a transparent background (there aren't white areas) so they can be dropped into your documents easily, and layered with text or other images. In
21 Movie Worksheets turn any movie into a learning activity!Digital Version almost complete!Looking for a fun, open ended way to assess what a student learns during a movie? These movie response worksheets help your student respond to and interact about any video or movie!distance learning, literacy activity, literacy centers, homework, homeschoolingUse these printables to help your student pull the core of the message from the movie.Choose your focus:Movie: free write/ responseMovie: comprehens
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Not Grade Specific
This is a really helpful, super fun template for writing movie reviews.It's based off my favourite (and many of my high school student's favourite) website - Rotten Tomatoes.It gets them writing OPINION PARAGRAPHS without them even worrying about the writing expectations, since it's so fun.It goes through-an example template, walking them through the process-a mini rubric-a blank template for them to edit based off any movie of their choiceSometimes I've done it where we watch a movie in class,
Sometimes you just need to show a movie in class. Whether it's because you have a sub, it's the day before a holiday break, or you just need a quick fill-in activity, you still want to document your students' learning. How do you do that? Look no further!This printable two-page worksheet helps students take notes and analyze what they learn through the film you show. They will record fascinating facts and questions they come across while watching, and will make connections and write a short revi
This is a great supplement resource for your film and theater lesson. Students will have a great time reviewing as movie critics. The templates can be used for other subject areas or as an great activity to be completed for family movie night. What's Included:3 Different Movie Review templates in Color3 Different Movie Review templates in Black & White This resource is available in three different formats when you buy it. The download is a zip file, the folder will contain the product in pdf
A simple film review sheet to accompany any movie-watching experience.
Turn a much needed movie (or Netflix) day into a meaningful, two week learning and skill-based experience that you and your students will enjoy. Fictional movies and shows present rich learning experiences that we should not shy away from but embrace for the opportunity for critical thinking, understanding, and analysis. I love when we all share our favourite movie or show with each other, as it helps us get to know each other better.This document includes:Detailed teacher notes.Minds on task re
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Help students identify key components when watching a video, documentary, or movie. This simple template encourages students to review the big ideas from the item they've viewed in class. This product includes:Instructions: including Planning, Pacing, and Presentation3 Student Versions: Printable handout, PPT w/text boxes, fillable PDFCompleted ExampleProducts in The Selfology Store are geared toward high school students that struggle with grades, credit acquisition, appropriate behavior, and sc
Grades:
9th - 12th
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Film Review template.
Grades:
K - 2nd
Your students will give this filled graphic organizer 5 STARS when they use it to write about their favorite movie or assigned movie from class.Use the graphic organizer, creative sentence starters and writing templates to help students think critically about a movie they've watched, and give them the chance to review that movie.It includes images to support emerging readers, students with disabilities, and English language learners.Aligned with second grade writing standards.And it is also an E
These writing templates for year 3 to year 6 will assist and guide students to plan, draft and then edit and revise their writing when it comes to book reviews, movie reviews, food reviews etc. Giving a writing template enables students to be more confident in their writing as the structure is set out for them allowing them to focus on their writing skills.This product includes:1PDF File – Non Editable4 Planning Templates (movie, book, food and generic)1 Drafting Template - with checklist1 Draft
An entertaining and useful template for the lessons devoted to those who likes to pass the evening watching a good movie, as well as a great reason to brush up various genres, talk about them and develop speking skills.How it works.Students write short reviews of their favorite or any recently viewed films (come up with intriguing annotations, draw posters and share opinions about the most successful and not so good moments of films), and then in pairs or groups, exchange their works and discuss
Grades:
4th - 12th, Adult Education
Your students will give this activity 5 stars! Use the graphic organizers, sentence starters and writing templates to help students think critically about a movie they've watched, and give them the chance to review that movie. Pages are provided with and without handwriting lines.
Get students to write thoughtful, detailed film reviews with a critic's perspective! This Slides template lets students add an image related to the film before giving the movie their star rating. The instructions included on the slide guide students on what to include in their writing, while an external link gives an actual student-written example for reference.
Movie & TV Show critique templates are a perfect way for students to organize their ideas and plan a descriptive review of their favorite TV series and films. Editable and Customizable for all levels, online or in-person classrooms.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~INCLUDESGoogle Doc or PDF customizable film review templateEditable Movie Review TemplateEditable TV Show Review TemplateList of Movie GenresPrintable lined paper for written reviews~~
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Old School Meets new school Movie Worksheets!You have all the options here.Traditional pen and paper activities for your kids as they Watch and LearnDigital Movie Worksheets completed in Google SlidesChoose the activity that BEST fits the movie and type of learning activity you'd like your student to complete11 Digital Movie Worksheet Activities allow for variety and engagement of all ages.PlotSequencingSettingCharacterBehind the scenesPredictionsand more!Great alternative to traditional paper a
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Not Grade Specific
If you know anything about my teaching style you know that I love to show movies in my classroom. I especially like showing movies that started as a book! Because we read so many books in my room I need to come up with new/different and creative forms for students to analytically compare and contrast these different media styles. This is a book/movie review template in which students are tasked with reviewing a book and its corresponding movie adaptation. Students are asked to summarize th
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7th - 10th
12 of the best short films for learners. Each film has a 2-page worksheet for students to write down and report on the plot and other aspects of the animation/short video. Specially chosen films that really are compelling and engaging for students. Preview a read-only copy. Also, contains links to the full lesson resources for each video / film available as a product, here on TeacherPayTeachers. Click the green button. Includes additional generic film/video reporting templates. Plus, discuss
Get ready for your technology infused 21st century Digital Movie Worksheets.Using Movies, videos, and video games are a fantastic way to enrich your students learning and creativity. With these digital Movie Activities, turn ANY movie into an interactive activity!Choose the activity that BEST fits the movie and type of learning activity you'd like your student to complete.11 Activity Sheets allow for variety and engagement of all ages.PlotSequencingSettingCharacter Behind the scenesPredictionsan
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Not Grade Specific
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This film review pack for Billy Elliot contains everything that students need to create a detailed and analytical film review presentation. Students can work through the slides independently or in groups, using the instructions and analysis prompts to guide them. These slides are ideal for online learning, or as homework. There is no need to print outs as everything can be done on student devices. Students can either submit the slides as a finished project, or use them to present to the whol
Simple movie Review Template that covers a basic story map. Students can type into the document or pictures/visuals can be added.
Grades:
PreK - 8th
UPDATED! If you are looking for an easy way to inform your students of the day's agenda, try these 54 EDITABLE Digital Agenda Templates made to be projected on your front board, Smart board, and/or classroom television. They are ideal in the time of distance learning to project from your computer screen or upload to your class website or Google Classroom. They are also beneficial for your administrators when you are being observed or evaluated!!! Part of a BUNDLE with 32 Digital Graphic Organize
If you want to create digital activities that require your students to INTERACT with your lessons, these 48 Digital Drag & Drop Templates are for you! Your drop and drag lessons will have your students matching, labeling, ordering, etc… They can be used for content from any subject or grade. This resource is made to be shared with your students electronically on a digital device. You can fill the templates with your content and share them with your students or share the templates with your s

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