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Teaching with Film in High School

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When and where a story takes place is known as the:

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1. Before having students view a film in class, you will probably want to:

2. Using film allows you, as the teacher, to:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

High school teachers have many considerations to make when adding a film to their curriculum. This interactive, printable quiz will test your understanding of the unique difficulties of teaching underage children, the importance of engaging students in activities based on the film, and how a film may enhance your classroom.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

High school teachers looking to include films in their lesson plans have several considerations to make. This quiz will assess your understanding of:

  • Basic film principles and terms
  • Considerations to make when screening a film to children under the age of 18
  • Ways to engage the students in the film

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information on adding a film to a high school course lesson plan
  • Interpreting information - verify that you have thoroughly understood the benefits and pitfalls of introducing a film component into a high school lesson plan
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained on engaging students with a film with students under the age of 18

Additional Learning

For more on introducing films into lesson plans, review the accompanying lesson titled Teaching with Film in High School. This article discusses:

  • Basic terms and ideas for including films in a high school course
  • Lectures to have before the film is viewed
  • Engaging a student with the subject after the film
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