In this guide students will critically discuss and write about, the iconic movie Black Panther, including looking at its historical, social and cultural impact.
At least one viewing of the movie is necessary, although at least two viewings is recommended, may be necessary to be able to converse with other students. All the written questions are based on the student seeing the movie. In fact, you may review the writing process sheets with the students before assigning a writing prompt. Extension activities are provided for learning challenged students and those struggling with the writing.
Additionally, supplemental activities for young viewers is provided to accommodate special needs learners and those not yet skilled to discuss critical issues.
In the student workbook you will find:
Movie-related discussion questions
Writing prompts related to the movie
Information on persuasive writing
Information on the Writing Process
A glossary of historic/ cultural facts relating to the movie
Hands-on activities to reinforce movie themes
Character Analysis charts
A review of the writing process
Persuasive writing techniques