Film clips for creative writing




21-10-2016


 · Crossroads Video Writing Prompt by Denise M. Cassano (01:47) Arts educator Denise Cassano creates short films filled with ambiguous images meant to encourage critical thinking. Check out this worksheet of questions to accompany her illustrations and this article she wrote for Edutopia about using art to inspire creative writing.


19-11-2020


 · At the end of the film, ask students to make a 'how to' guide for their writing exam. This short film should also help students think about the sorts of …


May 17, 2017 - Explore Melissa McMahon's board "Silent Animated Films for Story Writing", followed by 303 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about animation film, short film, movie talk.


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27-04-2018


 · Designed for Key Stage 1 and 2, these seven story starts are designed for teachers to use on their interactive whiteboards. Each story start is a short but dramatic video clip that will fire children’s imaginations to continue the story into creative writing.


Jun 3, 2016 - Explore Heather VanStaalduinen's board "movies/clips to use in classroom", followed by 1253 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about teaching videos, classroom videos, school reading.


09-04-2018


 · This is a series of lessons that I've used with year 9 based on the scene from a film task for AQA. It wasn&'t actually submitted as controlled assessment as it is part of building pupils up ready to sit CA in year 10 and 11.


17-07-2019


 · These writing prompts about movies will encourage students to take film to a new level. Whether they’re persuading a friend to see a favorite movie, reviewing a recent show, comparing books to their on-screen counterparts, or creating a memorable film character, your kids are sure to find a prompt that inspires!


Here at Literacy Shed we aim to provide teachers with high quality films and animations that can be used in the primary classroom to enhance the teaching of reading and writing. All of the films on the site we think are suitable for primary aged children although some films may not be suitable for younger children.