Worksheet Templates. Wednesday , April 04th , 2018 - 00:26:39 AM
The antidote for a stagnant learning environment is to bring the teacher to the same technological level as the student. This is a broad mandate, but one of part of the solution that can be implemented now is to effectively use movies in the classroom. A few properly used films that have been carefully chosen to interest and engage students to focus on the curriculum will help motivate students to do their school work. Plus, it will support a lesson plan that meets curricular goals. The steps to effective film use in the classroom are:
The cornerstone of any education initiative is to ensure that class time wont be wasted on non-beneficial activities, such as simply showing a movie to pass the time. Over the years there has been no single method more widely misunderstood and grossly misused than using movies in the classroom. For some, the mere mention of the word "movie" in a classroom environment is a dirty word. For others, the act of showing a movie in class is simply viewed as un-acceptable behavior by a teacher. These reactions unfortunately deprive teachers of an important educational tool, the feature film.
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