It’s Summertime

Welcome to the Labragirl Film Project’s weekly film literacy discussion. Every Monday morning Labragirl provides a resource, activity, or methodological discussion to help incorporate film analysis into your classroom.

Last week we joined a conversation about Spike Lee’s visual portrayal of Malcolm X from our sister company – Labragirl Pictures’ blog.

This week we celebrate the completion of another successful school year.

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Well “It’s A Wrap” on yet another school year. Congratulations on a successful academic year.

Our Moving Images—Moving Forward blog will be back in the beginning of August with resource suggestions, classroom exercises, and historical discussions all designed to help you bring film literacy into your classrooms during AY13-14!

In the meantime, if you have questions about film analysis and/or film literacy please don’t hesitate to contact us at hello@labragirlfilmproject.org.

Have a wonderful summer.

Thanks,

Laurie

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Do you teach film reading and film analysis?

What are some exercises you use?

We’d love to hear from you.

Please comment below or discuss with us on .

*Disclaimer: All movie clips are suggestions for class use, only. All instructors should screen clips to determine if they are appropriate to use in their classrooms. 

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UP NEXT: See you in August!

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Previous Blog Entries

Lost Voices: X’s Story Restored

Lost Voices: The Stoning of Soraya M.

Film & Cultural Memory I

Film Education

Relevance – the 4th ‘R’

Making Film I

Talking Film I

Downton Abbey in Your Class #1 – Roll Sound!

Reading Film

Fictional Projections of History

Think Globally Using Film

Our Relationship with Movies

Moving Past Historical Accuracy

Images Telling Stories

Film Shaping History

Think Film Images

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