Lights, Camera, Action!
If you are reading a great book with your class, it may increase student engagement to watch all or part of the film adaptation. Save some of the viewing for those days before breaks and holidays when students will probably need a bit more motivation.
What about those students who leave early for holiday vacations? Simply give them our free standards-based handout to complete using a movie version from YouTube.
This activity ask students to compare and contrast literature to productions—movies, audio, or live performances. The handouts provide three distinct grade level graphic organizers students can use for analyzing or comparing and contrasting movies to print sources. All are based on grade-level reading literature standards.
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STILL FEELING FESTIVE?
We can't get out of the holiday spirit either! That's why we have more holiday activities to choose from, like our Seasonal Fillable PDF Labels & Borders, Shakespeare's Birthday Party: Task Cards & Activities to Introduce Shakespeare, and Valentine's Day: Four Types of Sentences Lesson Plan / Sub Plan to keep your classroom cheery all year round.
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