Empire of the Sun is a great story to share when discussing general warfare, World War II, refugees, English, Chinese, or Japanese History. I've included a movie guide for 3 days of viewing with 6 or 7 questions per day so if you are only watching
The Color of Friendship's story does a great job of approaching issues like cultural differences across countries and racial inequalities in both South Africa and the United States. I've uploaded half-sheet guides for 2 days of viewing, including
Wadjda is a great film for teaching about the Middle East and world cultures, particularly relating to gender roles. It is the first feature film shot entirely in Saudi Arabia. I've attached half-sheet movie guides for 2 days of viewing,
"He Named Me Malala" is a great film for discussing world cultures, the Middle East, and of course, the inspirational person that the movie is about. I've included a simple guide with 9 questions that I wrote in preparation for showing my classes.
Prince of Egypt is a great film for portraying early empires and civilizations. I've attached a movie guide that I wrote in preparation for showing my classes. The guide focuses on vocabulary with the definitions included, asking students to write
These are guides that I wrote in preparation to show my classes throughout the year. I focused on what I considered to be the most important information that was not overly difficult to catch while viewing. Most guides are between 8 and 10 questions