This fun game is designed to help your students learn the terms they need to analyse film. Using the game format "I have/who has?" students will each be given a card with a term and a definition on it. One student starts and reads aloud their "Who has?" and the definition, the student with the corresponding term, yells "I have!" and the term, then reads their definition, and so on until it comes back to the original student.
Every time the game is played students hear every term and definition, and repetition cements their knowledge.
This product is a PDF copy of the cards, you will need to print onto card, laminate and cut up, to make a set of cards.
A Word doc version is also included, so that you can adapt any wording that you want to, to best fit your students, and also so that you can add any terms you want.
There are 33 cards provided with Film Language terms and definitions for a range of camera shots, camera movement, sound techniques and other film techniques.
My students enjoy playing this game at the end of class and timing themselves to see how fast they can complete the round.