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Teaching Action Plan - Film Study - Hugo

Teaching Action Plan - Film Study - Hugo | The Dark Knight | Scoop.it
I'm becoming increasingly excited about the prospect of teaching Hugo, a film I really admire and one that I think will work with the Y10 class I have. I've heard a variety of responses to the film...
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FilmEdu - Film Studies Teaching & Learning Resources on Visual Culture curated by Mel Leggatt (FilmEdu - Film Studies Teaching & Learning Resources http://t.co/BzMUISSJaz vía @scoopit)...
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Coogan & Brydon Tackle Who Was Least Understandable in 'Dark Knight Rises' - Comic Book Resources

Coogan & Brydon Tackle Who Was Least Understandable in 'Dark Knight Rises' - Comic Book Resources | The Dark Knight | Scoop.it
Coogan & Brydon Tackle Who Was Least Understandable in 'Dark Knight Rises' Comic Book Resources Tom Hardy's “mumbly voice” in The Dark Knight Rises, was the source of hand-wringing before the film's release, with director Christopher Nolan vowing...
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Teachers Look to Film to Foster Critical Thinking

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Proponents of teaching film studies in the K-12 classroom say it boosts students’ complex literacy skills and dovetails with the new common standards.

Via Lynnette Van Dyke
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Story Notes for The Dark Knight - AMCtv.com (blog)

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Story Notes for The Dark Knight
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At the end of Batman Begins, Jim Gordon unveiled the Bat Signal to Batman. He was inspired by the bat-like image created when Batman strapped a mob boss to a large searchlight.
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