Language Arts 7 Film Studies Key Terms and Examples Slideshow

Language Arts 7 Film Studies Key Terms and Examples Slideshow
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Google Slides™

(33 pages)
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Product Description

This PowerPoint covers Language Arts 7 Film Studies unit key terms. It provides students with definitions, why the technique is used and examples using visuals (images, YouTube videos).

It also includes a slide with all of the curricular outcomes and competencies that are targeted for Language Arts 7 in Alberta.

Key Terms covered include:

- Colour, shape, composition, foreshadowing, flashback, suspense, indeterminate endings, close-up, extreme close-up, establishing shots, eye level, high angle, long, medium, point of view, bird's eye view, canted/dutch, crane shots. Also covers diegetic vs. non-diegetic sound, framing, fixed vs. non fixed shot, over the shoulder shots, pan shots, sound effects, montage and split screen shots.

A 31 page PowerPoint/Google slideshow with built in activities to engage the students that can be used as formative assessment. Also great for discussion and getting students to analyze and understand film techniques. Can also be used for grades 8 and 9. Just need to add a few more key terms.

Total Pages
33 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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