This chart provides a way for students to organize their observations about the movie version of the Newbery-award winning novel A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L'Engle.
Rather than "just watching a movie," students will be able to analyze it effectively by comparing and contrasting it with the novel. As a graphic organizer, this chart heightens the students' attentive responses and improves their awareness of how Earth's battle against the Dark Thing in A Wrinkle in Time can be presented through different media.
The film for A Wrinkle in Time (2004) is available on DVD at Amazon.com and elsewhere. It runs for 128 minutes.
You might also be interested in these companion products for this novel:
A Wrinkle in Time: Vocabulary and comprehension assessment packet
A Wrinkle in Time: A set of four creative project ideas about the novel
This resource is created by Stephen Campbell. Check out my charts for other novel/movie pairings:
• Because of Winn-Dixie
• Bridge to Terabithia
• Charlotte's Web
• The City of Ember
• Maniac Magee
• Number the Stars and the movie Miracle at Midnight
• Number the Stars and an amateur film version
• The Tale of Despereaux
• Tuck Everlasting
• A Wrinkle in Time
• The Outsiders
• The Devil's Arithmetic