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The Lincoln Prezi Challenge
Transcript of The Lincoln Prezi Challenge
What does a film carry?
theme, topic, associations
What do you imagine
story as a developmental tool
Ask your group what they want to do in the lesson, giving them a bit of freedom. One of the top picks will be 'watch a movie".
L1 or L2 subtitles, they will pick up some language.
Viewers identify with characters, have emotions, get out of their comfort zones, understand situations, sympathize with characters, get affected by film making tools, their personalities get polished a bit.
Teens like to discuss the morals and the messages of films, have dialogue over ethics, values, how society works.
real of fake?
Names, dates, motives, wars, numbers... a bit more of the story and the life of people in the past, please.
Don't you think young people today have no idea what the original aim of politics is? I have the impression they just see the political marketing-coated surface of a chaotic mass.
Lincoln, the lawyer
MP3 -- one person listens to it and tries to imagine a scene
quotes and lines
Tools to turn authentic texts into exercises (to manipulate, to increase awareness)
OUP Cloze Maker http://elt.oup.com/teachers/caeresult/cloze?cc=hu&selLanguage=hu&mode=hub
Make a video based on page 4 here:
"But my biggest criticism of “Lincoln” is its primary moral message.
This isn’t a film about a man making sacrifices to do what’s right. It isn’t about overcoming adversity or redeeming a broken country. This is about politics. And doing whatever it takes to win the day. Lie, cheat, bribe – the end justifies the means."
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/look-what-hollywood-has-done-to-lincoln-now/#3j31cQfe3O3GDYvb.99
Step1 -listen to the sound only-
Who is it???
Step 2 -listen and watch-
Collect 5 pieces of info
Step 3 -check them-
Get on Google, source evaluation
Step 4 -plus one-
Get the original 5 things about Linoln, add something else to each
Step 5 -package, deliver-
Present it in writing or speech
the MP3 thing
pig slaughter principle
...and it was published in the Illinois News.
... Lincoln was captured with a lasso.
... and it became big news.
... "come back to my era with me."
... and then he finished the sentence.