RABBIT-PROOF FENCE: 15 lesson plans for the movie - Phillip Noyce

RABBIT-PROOF FENCE: 15 lesson plans for the movie - Phillip Noyce
RABBIT-PROOF FENCE: 15 lesson plans for the movie - Phillip Noyce
RABBIT-PROOF FENCE: 15 lesson plans for the movie - Phillip Noyce
RABBIT-PROOF FENCE: 15 lesson plans for the movie - Phillip Noyce
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Rabbit-Proof Fence (aka Long Walk Home)

1. Writing a review
2. the plot: a diagram
3. the kidnapping scene: how to approach and analyse that important scene
4. a short yet interesting scene: The kids saying the prayer at the Moore River Settlement - with interpretation notes
5. camera technique: "It's Molly, isn't it?" (Mr Neville) - analysis of 2 interesting pov shots
6. a crucial scene: Finding the Fence - shots, action, camera (detailed table with solutions)
7. creative writing I: "The rookie director/screenwriter who messed up the whole Finding the Fence scene" - students are asked to rewrite the scene in a stupid/humorous way - with detailed instructions
8. symbolism: the fence - detailed diagram
9. personification: "The fence will come back" (Molly) - a diagram
10. creative writing II: A parody: Rabbit-Proof Fence as a musical?! -
extract from a rather silly (fictitious!) screenplay that I wrote - can be used to encourage students to try sthg. in the same vein, etc etc
11. MAKING-OF: A cute and very touching scene: Phillip Noyce coaxes Daisy aka Tianna Sansbury into persuading him that something dangerous is happening outside - text and assignments
(NOTE: I'll have to admit it: the first time I saw that scene I was so touched I had tears in my eyes - no kidding)
12. Midnight Oil: "Beds are Burning" (message of the song relates very well to the movie)
13. 15 interesting assignments, also referring to the Making-Of on the DVD, the screenplay, the novel, etc - useful for group work, homework, etc
14. test
assignments with solutions/notes
15. Partner work: "Imagine you are Roger Ebert, the most famous film critic on the internet. You had been invited to be one of the few who could watch this movie before it was officially released. ..."
detailed assignments for a talk between Ebert and a friend of his - useful for a "realistic" dialogue concerning various aspects of this film



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