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STEMersion -- Solving Percent Problems -- Screenwriter
STEM-ersion assignments aim to immerse students in an authentic application within a career. Students often ask what careers will use certain math skills and I think this is an opportunity to show them where the thinking is used! These problems aim to help students construct responses with my Eviden
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Screenplay UNIT:  Screenwriting in Secondary ELA-- From Script to Trailer
One of the things I really enjoy is reading and writing screenplays. In this unit by Bespoke ELA, I have put together some of the key lessons that I've learned about script writing in a format that is user-friendly to secondary ELA students. Screenplay writing is a high-interest type of writing be
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Common Core Screenwriting -  Students As Screenwriters - Creative Writing Unit
What Is Screenwriting? Screenwriting is a form of storytelling that creates a visual tale for the reader, and if performed, the viewer. Screenplays can be either original pieces of work, or stories taken from other forms of literature. This is commonly to referred to as an adapted screenplay.
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Being A Screenwriter Part 2: Writing Your Screenplay - Complete Set
Welcome to Being a Screenwriter Part 2! This 10-unit, project-based screenwriting curriculum is designed to encourage the understanding of film and the creative writing process for students in grades 6-8. This fun, engaging learning program gets right down to the business of developing scripts and
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Being A Screenwriter Part 1: Generating Ideas For Your Screenplay - Complete Set
Attention all aspiring videographers and filmmakers! Students begin the process of unleashing their inner Spielbergs in this thrilling introduction to the art and science of screenwriting. This project-based screenwriting curriculum is designed to enrich the writing and language skills of student
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 4: How Screenwriters Write
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 4: How Screenwriters Write - Screenplay Formatting Form and function of the parts of a screenplay become abundantly clear to learners as they participate in a "table reading." Students have fun as they channel Pitt and Joli
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 9: Bringing It All Together
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 9: Bringing It All Together - Finishing Your Screenplay Great writers, and even screenwriters, know that sharing their work with others helps them identify their script’s greatest strengths and weaknesses. Feedback from fel
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 9:  Thinking Cinematically
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 9 - Thinking Cinematically: Showing Rather than Telling The fundamental tool of screenwriting, the storyboard, is at the center of this introduction to cinematic thinking. As learners linking a chain of visuals in order to tel
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 10: The Pitch
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 10 - The Pitch: Writing Your Logline and Treatment Imagine a film: “Twenty young screenwriters compete to win a Hollywood contract for a movie about themselves…” Learners wrap up their creations for the Hollywood litmus test:
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 5: How To Start A Screenplay
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 5: How to Start a Screenplay - Writing Slug Lines and Transitions Getting from one scene to the next is one of the most challenging tasks for screenwriters. In this lesson, learners get acquainted with the "fade," "cut," an
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 5: Bringing It All Together
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 5 - Bringing It All Together: Making Your Ideas Work “Story Stars”—an inventive activity that helps student screenwriters zero in on plot lines and story details—is at the center of this exciting lesson. Tabloid headlines also
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 2:  How Movies Work
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 2 - How Movies Work: The Three-Act Structure What if Dorothy (The Wizard of Oz) found herself surrendering to Darth Vader (Star Wars)? In this lesson, mixing up the elements of storytelling helps learners understand the classi
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 4: The Brainstorm
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 4 - The Brainstorm: Coming Up with an Idea The rapid-fire delivery of writing “prompts” in this lesson is sure to stimulate a swarm of new ideas. Most importantly, learners get the idea that inspiration can be found most anyw
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 6: Developing Characters
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 6 - Developing Characters: Who Will Your Story Be About? Characters come alive in this intriguing and revealing exploration of character development. Students discover new dimensions to character on “The Psychiatrist’s Couch”
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Screenwriting format for the Spanish classroom
Want to have your students learn screenwriting format for their Spanish films? Here's a quick one-page document in Spanish. The scene is a classroom where a teacher is explaining to her class how to format a script -- general rules and norms are explained and exemplified in the script. The 2nd page
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 8:  The Hero/Heroine's Journey
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 8 - The Hero/Heroine's Journey: Managing Conflict and Character Even the hero’s journey starts with a single step. Learners set off on the road to story-building in this important lesson that ties character and conflict in fun
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 6: What Your Characters Do
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 6: What Your Characters Do - Writing Action From a raised eyebrow to a high-speed chase, all action in a screenplay can be scripted, and its relationship to character is critical. Learners develop "action points" in two act
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 8: Writing Dialog
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 8: Writing Dialogue - Deciding What Their Characters Will Say Before diving in to their own dialogue, learners practice dialogue formatting. Then they begin to reveal their quirky, evil or brainy characters for each scene d
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 3: The Story YOU Can Tell
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 3 - The Story You Can Tell: Writing from the Heart Generating ideas for screenplays often represents a struggle between the heart and the head. Learners capture the best of both in this set of activities that use memories and
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 2: Understanding Scenes
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 2: Understanding Scenes - The Building Blocks of a Screenplay Using a logline, learners begin the process of sketching the fundamental scenes of a hypothetical movie. Next, students apply scene structure diagramming to the
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 3:  The Scene Outline
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 3: The Scene Outline - Planning Your Screenplay Students create their movie "blueprints" in Lesson 3, sketching up to fifteen different scenes for their upcoming blockbusters. Working with a partner, learners exchange ideas
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 7: Understanding Conflict
This lesson is part of the series entitled Being A Screenwriter. Lesson 7 - Understanding Conflict: What Will Your Story Be About? Will the learners in your classroom craft stories with war, intrigue, disaster, crime, or failed romance at the heart of their stories? A return to familiar films intr
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 7: How Characters Talk
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 7: How Characters Talk -The Importance of Dialogue Dramatic language - the language that moves both stories and audiences - gets its due in this intriguing experiment with dialogue. Learners also test their knowledge of hal
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 10: Your Script Comes To Life
This lesson is part of our course entitled Being A Screenwriter 2. Lesson 10: Your Script Comes to Life - The Table Reading Scripts at the ready, learners take on the roles of actors and hear the results of their hard work in this culminating activity. Even a "director" gets to participate. Ready
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Being A Screenwriter Lesson 1:  The Kinds of Movies We Love
This is a FREE download for Lesson 1 in our series of Being A Screenwriter. If you love it, look into downloading our entire course! Lesson 1 - The Kinds of Movies We Love: An Introduction to Genre and Theme Students dive right into the screenwriting process with this introduction to understandin
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Being A Screenwriter 2 Lesson 1: Screenwriting 101
This is a FREE download for Lesson 1 in our course Being A Screenwriter 2. If you love it, consider downloading the entire course! Lesson 1: Screenwriting 101 - Keys to a Great Script A quick review of the screenwriting basics - genre, theme, setting, protagonist and antagonist - reinvigorates
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STEMersion -- PRE-ALGEBRA CURRICULUM BUNDLE -- 72+ Math Activities!
STEM-ersion assignments aim to immerse students in an authentic application within a career. Students often ask what careers will use certain math skills and I think this is an opportunity to show them where the thinking is used! These problems aim to help students construct responses with my Eviden
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Ratio, Proportion & Percent -- Pre-Algebra Curriculum Unit -- All You Need
My Ratio, Proportion & Percent worksheets and activities all in a money saving bundle! You save significant money and time versus purchasing these separately! Included in this set are the following products which includes all of my Ratio, Proportion & Percent Drive Instruction, Choose Your
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Voces Inocentes Movie Packet and El Salvador Unit in Spanish
This excellent Innocent Voices Spanish movie guide includes vocabulary, cultural information, and learning activities for intermediate, advanced, and university Spanish classes! This movie guide is perfect for Pre-AP, AP Spanish, or IB Spanish classes as the students explore the themes of social ju
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Movie Themed Reward Coupons
Set of 15 Hollywood themed reward coupons for use in your classroom! Great to motivate your students and reward positive behavior. These would be awesome for a themed classroom or just a change from the normal coupons! The best part of the coupons is that they are EASY TO MAINTAIN! They require n
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"Lincoln" Movie Review Writing Assignment
Two thumbs up for this fun, educational lesson! For English and history teachers who want to use visual media to enhance their students’ understanding of Lincoln’s major speeches (ie The Gettysburg Address), the Civil War, or the passing of the 13th Amendment outlawing slavery. The movie review act
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Discussion, Journal or Blog- Postmodern Topics
The complex modern world in which we live demands reflection and introspection. Authors, screenwriters, and playwrights today present text in transformative and original ways. The writing topics included in this activity reflect the text complexity and ask students to think about Magical Realism,
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FilmTeach
Produced by Kid Filmmakers for grades 1-12, the FilmTeach basic filmmaking curriculum includes: ~ Introduction to Film ~ Pre-Production: Planning Your Movie ~ Basic Equipment Needs ~ Storyboarding and Screenwriting ~ Video Camera Training ~ Acting ~ Directing ~ Sound and Lighting Techniques ~ Set
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Show It; Don't Say (Tell) It - Three Pack
Use these three, two page mini-lessons to get students to improve their writing and make it more descriptive and interesting. This technique used by screenwriters is one of the simplest, yet most powerful ways to improve writing. Most writing classes seem to ignore it, however. Six pages total; four
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Finger Puppets: Famous Characters of the Spanish Speaking World
These puppets are simple and especially suited to a classroom setting. Make several finger puppets, then tell a story or put on a play that features them. Print, cut, fold, glue/tape, and tell a story. This PDF includes a set of 9 paper finger puppets. You will need Firm paper Scissors Glue or
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FLIPBOOKS Bundle : Shel Silverstein- Author Study and Research
Shel Silverstein was an American poet, singer-songwriter, cartoonist, screenwriter, and author of children's books. Some of his best known works are The Giving Tree, A light in the attic, and Where the SIdewalk Ends. INCLUDED: *3 PDF FILES - 3 Flipbooks * Varieties to fit different levels * Clean
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Writing: Show It; Don't Say It
Use this two page mini-lesson to get students to improve their writing and make it more descriptive and interesting. This technique used by screenwriters is one of the simplest, yet most powerful ways to improve writing. Most writing classes seem to ignore it, however.
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Graphic Organizer : Shel Silverstein  : Awesome Authors
Graphic Organizer Shel Silverstein was an American poet, singer-songwriter, cartoonist, screenwriter, and author of children's books. Some of his best known works are The Giving Tree, A light in the attic, and Where the SIdewalk Ends. Great for thematic lessons, research, or review! ** 5 Pages 1
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J.K. ROWLING, WOMEN'S HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, TIMELINE, SKETCH NOTES, POSTER
J.K. Rowling is a wonderful choice for a Women's History Month biography study. This J.K. Rowling Women's History research activity is creative and filled with opportunities for differentiation. The biography, timeline, growth mindset, and online research allows your students to take visual notes us
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Monster by Walter Dean Myers: Novel Resources
Resources to use when teaching "Monster" by Walter Dean Myers to high school students. Pre-reading Powerpoint for screenwriting and courtroom terms. Includes a link to a YouTube video of a theater group's trailer for their production of Monster. Worksheet for students to write down the definition
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FILM & TV Production Workshop: A Hands-On Course for All Ages
This is a short course in film and theater production. It can be delivered to potential writers, directors and actors to ages 12 and above. By the time students complete this series of exercises, they should be ready to start developing their own productions. What sets this course apart from ma
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End of Year Popcorn Awards Movie Themed
This fun End of the Year set includes 41 Popcorn Awards all with a movie occupation theme. Each award correlates with a specific job within the movie making industry. Students will love receiving these awards at the end of the school year. You can even present the award with a small packet of mic
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Flip The Script Vol. 1: Creating a World - PowerPoint Slideshow Presentation
Explore the world of Hollywood magic by learning to write your own screenplay! A film or television script might seem difficult to write, but it all starts with a simple and compelling idea. In this episode of "Flip The Script," you'll learn all about how to create a story from scratch - from the pr
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Elementary Literacy Center Sign: Drama Station
The sign lists different type of professions in the performance arts: director, set designer, costume designer, screenwriter, actors, camera person, musical director, singers, choreographer, and stage hands. It portrays traditional and non traditional dance styles and a old-fashioned theater box off
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Bundle G8 Narrative Reading & Writing - Genre Knowledge Performance Task
Bundle of 6 editions of Genre Knowledge Real World Performance Task for 8th grade In the Genre Knowledge Performance Task, students use real information on recent movies in their favorite genre to practice narrative reading and writing in an engaging, real world context. Students take on the role
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Show It; Don't Say It (With Pictures)
Use this two page mini-lesson to get students to improve their writing and make it more descriptive and interesting. This technique used by screenwriters is one of the simplest, yet most powerful ways to improve writing. Most writing classes seem to ignore it, however. Related Item: http://www.teac
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Bundle G6 Narrative Reading & Writing - ‘Box Office Bucks’ Performance Task
Bundle of 25 editions of Box Office Bucks Performance Task for 6th grade In the Box Office Bucks Performance Task, students use real information about their favorite movie series to practice narrative reading and writing in an engaging, real world context. Students take on the role of a screenwrite
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"Plot Structure of Films:Introduction" UNIT EDITABLE PowerPoints,Handouts,Quiz
ITEMS INCLUDED: *The Plot Structure of Films: POWER POINT HANDOUT *The Plot Structure of Films: POWER POINT HANDOUT ANSWER KEY *The Plot Structure of Films MATCHING QUIZ *The Plot Structure of Films FILL-IN-THE-BLANK QUIZ *The Plot Structure of Films Matching and Fill-in-the-Blank QUIZ ANSWERS *Th
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Iron Jawed Angels Worksheet and Activity Pack:  Suffrage Film Worksheets
Viewing worksheet, tests, crossword puzzles, and analysis activity -- all designed for use with Iron Jawed Angels, an excellent HBO movie detailing the women’s suffrage struggle in the early 20th century. The film lasts two hours and five minutes including the credits sequence at the end. This mea
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Practice with Argument— James Baldwin I Am Not Your Negro
Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2017, director Raoul Peck credits the late James Baldwin’s words, narrated by Samuel Jackson, as the screenwriter of his film. The power of Baldwin’s words still resonates in 21st Century America. There are several links to videos, interviews
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Jane Eyre Multimedia Lesson Plan
This lesson plan is most suitable for grades 10 to 12. Students will write character profiles, study film adaptations of the novel, and be introduced to screenwriting. Group work is involved.
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Shooting the Moon & The Rocket: A Novel & Film Study Unit (editable)
ABOUT THIS UNIT This is a 77-page Common Core-aligned literature and film study unit for use with the novel Shooting the Moon by Frances O'Roark Dowell, and the 2013 Australian film The Rocket directed by Kim Mordaunt. NOTE: This unit does NOT include an answer key. Though some questions here are
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