This graphic organizer asks students to define basic terms used in film making. After students complete this, they may apply the terms to any film and analyze it as literature.
I've used it with "The King's Speech," but any Alfred Hitchcock film will work beautifully as well as "Citizen Kane" or "To Kill a Mockingbird."
See the PowerPoint in the store that goes with this graphic organizer. I spent two days in the computer lab with students researching and defining terms, and then I used the PP to fill in any gaps in their knowledge.
The organizer is uploaded as a Word document so you may scaffold for different learners, adjust to fit your curriculum or so students may type their responses and allow the boxes to expand with their information.