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Essential Mini Lessons - Set 18 - Film Techniques - Shots & Angles

Essential Mini Lessons - Set 18 - Film Techniques - Shots & Angles


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In this set of ten editable mini lessons students learn about film techniques - shot sizes and camera angles - suitable for both film analysis and creation. Lessons provide clear reference notes, examples and differentiated activities that reinforce understanding. Present, share online or print - all bases are covered! Answers are included, as is a bit of 'glitter' to add a touch of fun to end on a high note!


Students watch Taika Waititi's short film Tama Tu prior to completing this set (takes 15 minutes) where they'll identify and discuss shot sizes and camera angles. The link is provided in the resource. 


This is set 18 of 20 from my ❤️ Essential Mini Lessons Series ❤️

Every set is editable and differentiated. Yay!  See previews of every set HERE!

This resource pack includes 4 formats for multiple teaching scenarios
PRESENTATION SLIDES - Students complete the activity that suits their ability level, then you can click to the next slide for answers. Finish that day's learning point by clicking to a third slide which gives a couple of minutes of fun - often English/ELA related. (Perfect for targeted teaching or lesson starters.)

PRINTABLE HANDOUTS of the activity and answer slides. Perfect if you don't have a big screen, for homework or to have at the ready for relief/sub-lessons. Slides are crammed onto pages for the budget-restricted teacher!

A DIGITAL ACTIVITY VERSION - Share online with students who choose their level, then type answers into the spaces provided. Answers are provided in a separate file to send out to students later. Perfect for homework, class work or sub-lessons.

PRINTABLE TASK CARDS - Keep answer cards separate, making them available later for students to self/peer mark. (Perfect for sub-lessons or early finishers.)


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