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Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)

Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)
Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)
Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)
Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)
Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)
Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)
Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)
Home Alone 2 Movie Guide | Film Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1992)
Created ByTeacherTravis
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Zip (1000 KB|4 pages)
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This Home Alone 2 Movie Viewing Guide (PG - 1992) is a great Christmas activity. Challenge your students think about the deeper meaning of Christmas that this movie has to offer. Explore how Kevin's attitude changes towards his family and analyze the traps he sets for Marv and Harry. The movie guide consists of 11 high-level, short answer and essay questions that will do more than just ask your students to regurgitate information.

This product includes::

  • A student movie guide, PDF print version (4 pages)
  • A student movie guide, PDF digital fillable form version (4 pages)
  • An answer key (4 pages) IS included with this movie guide, however many answers will vary as students are encouraged to construct their own meaning from the characters' dialogue and behavior.
  • CCSS alignment indicating standards met, PDF (1 page - see also preview image)
    • CCSS Note: I’ve taken the liberty of aligning certain reading standards with the act of consuming content via the movie instead. Although students aren’t reading they are asked to perform the same cognitive functions on the content that they consumed from the movie.

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General Tips for Using this Movie Guide:

  1. Print one, double-sided movie guide for each student
  2. Preview the next question on the movie guide as you complete each one, this can help students pay attention to important upcoming events.
  3. Pause at the times designated on the movie guide, encourage students to debate, discuss and talk about their ideas before writing their answers.
  4. Discourage students from simply copying answers.
  5. Randomly choose a student to share their answer and defend it if necessary.
  6. If time allows, feel free to rewind and show important parts of the movie again for additional analysis.
  7. After completing the short answers, allow 5-10 minutes for each essay question at the end of the film.
  8. On average, this movie guide will require about 45-60 minutes in addition to the length of the movie.

Digital Version Tips

  • It is intended for a paperless, 1:1 tablet/iPad classroom
  • Ask students to download a PDF editor app if they don't already have one. It needs to have a save function as well. I used Foxit PDF.
  • Host the file. I used google drive to share a folder with students.
  • When complete, ask students to save the file in a designated google drive folder using a naming convention. (I use LastnameFirstnameMovieGuide.pdf)

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Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases by using context clues, analyzing meaningful word parts, and consulting general and specialized reference materials, as appropriate.
Evaluate a speaker’s point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence and rhetoric.
Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
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