COMMONLY MISUSED WORDS #2 accept - except = accept means to receive, except means to leave out or take affect - effect = affect is a verb meaning to influence, effect is a noun meaning result capital - capitol = capital is the seat of government, capitol is the building where the legislative body meets compliment - complement = compliment is saying something nice, complement is something that completes council - counsel = council is a group, counsel is a verb meaning advise lose - loose = lose means to not win or you cant find something, loose means roomy or unrestrained precede - proceed = precede means to
come before, proceed means to continue or go forward principal, principle = principal means the main person or part, principle means a fundamental truth stationary, stationery = stationary means standing still, stationery means paper to write on 11. I practice I wont (lose, descent - dissent so = descent means a loose) the game. 12. The Senate was in session
at the (capital, capitol) today. decline, dissent means disagree or 13. My daughter likes purple (stationary, stationery). opposition 14. The governments decision met with much (descent, dissent). 15. Everybody likes to receive (compliments, complements). THE THRILL OF HORROR Collection 2 ESSENTIAL QUESTION Why does the Horror Genre both terrify and fascinate?
THE JOURNEY BEGINS>>> ON PAGE 105 NOTES: ANALYZING MEDIA Close-up shot Low-angle shot High-angle shot Point-of-view shot Lighting Camera Filters Music Word s to k now. .. Technique
-a way of carrying out a particular task, especially the execution or performance of an artistic work or a scientific procedure. NOTES: ANALYZING MEDIA Directors may use different camera shots to convey ideas, to track characters emotions, or to show a situation from a characters point of view. Directors also use other techniques to build suspense. Camera Filters
Camera Filters are glass or plastic disks that are inserted in front of a camera lens. These filters can change the way that images appear, making them clearer, fuzzier, brighter, or darker. Lighti ng Lighting can create moods that are gloomy, mysterious, or scary. Suspenseful movies often use minimal lighting with frequent use of shadows. Musi c NOTES:
FILM TECHNIQ UES Music can signal dramatic events or tense moments! Music sometimes foreshadows or hints at what is going to happen (think JAWS). FILM Setting a Purpose: Keep your reading of the short story by WW Jacobs in mind as you view the film and pay attention to any differences you notice between the content of the text version of the story and the
content of the film. Think about how any differences affect the story being told. Jot down any differences you notice FILM DAY 2 As you watch, complete a chart like the one shown below to identify three of the techniques the director used. Then explain which one you found most effective and why. Setup your his! t e k li
t r a h c Techniques include: Technique 1. 2. 3. o Lighting o Camera Filters o Music Part in the Film o o o
o Close-up shot Low-angle shot High-angle shot Point-of-View shot Effect of the Technique TEXT VS. FILM CHART Setup your chart like this! Text Vs. Film Chart (WC) Compare the events, the characters, and settings.
Story Events Characters Setting Film TEXT VS. FILM CHART Compare the events, the characters, and settings. Does the film give more information about the plot than the written work? Is the setting in the film the same as the written work?
Does the film include all of the events from the story? If not, why does the director change the time or place? Are all the characters from the written work included in the film? Why might the director have omitted
those characters? How does that affect the plot? Story Film How does that affect the story? Events Characters Setting (WC) FILM COMPARISON AND
SUMMARY vs. Film Chart SLIP to EXIT Use your Text write a 5-10 sentence summary comparing the characters, setting, and the plot for the movie and short story of The Monkeys Paw. NOTES: ANALYZING MEDIA Students will be able to understand a movies impact on viewers by analyzing the choices a filmmaker makes when deciding to adapt a written story to movie form.
Close-up shot NOTES: ANALYZ ING MEDIA What it is: a shot that focuses on one characters face Why it is used: To express a characters emotions or thoughts. Low-angle shot What it is:
NOTES: ANALYZ ING MEDIA a shot in which the camera looks up at a subject. Why it is used: to create the impression of height or distance; to make a subject look more threatening. High-angle What it is: shot NOTES: ANALYZ ING
MEDIA a shot in which the camera looks down on a subject. Why it is used: to show a character in relation to his or her surroundings; to make a subject look unprotected or exposed. Point- of- View shot What it is: NOTES: ANALY ZING MEDIA
a shot that shows what a character sees. Why it is used: To let viewers see what is happening from a characters point of view. FILM DAY 2 As you watch, complete a chart like the one shown below to identify three of the techniques the director used. Then explain which one you found most effective and why. Setup your his! t e k
li t r a h c Techniques include: Technique 1. 2. 3. o Lighting o Camera Filters o Music Part in the Film o o
o o Close-up shot Low-angle shot High-angle shot Point-of-View shot Effect of the Technique FILM DAY 2 WARM-UP As you watch, use your notes to identify different techniques the director uses. What effects do these techniques have? Why do you think the director chose these techniques? Techniques include:
o Lighting o Camera Filters o Music o Close-up shot o Low-angle shot o High-angle shot o Point-of-View shot
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