Characterization Comparison: Film vs. Real Life

Unit 16: Literacy: The Theme of Nostalgia in Text and Film
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT analyze how complex individuals, portrayed in non-fiction and as film characters, interact with others and develop the theme of nostalgia through critical viewing and class discussion.

Big Idea: Comparing F. Scott Fitzgerald as portrayed in both "Midnight in Paris" and "A&E Biography", opens students eyes to look at reflections in real life, or just a fantasy.

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English / Language Arts, Listening and Speaking, Comprehension: Listening and Viewing, theme, Critical Viewing, Midnight in Paris, nostalgia, characterization
  50 minutes
zelda and f scott
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