Reflection: Lesson Planning At The Movies - Section 2: Getting Down to Business


Rather than purchasing movies for my own personal library, I save money by having the school librarian purchase them with library funds.  This works out well for me because I don't plan on leaving my school to teach 7th grade at another school (although, it is impossible to predict the future).  If you find yourself spending too much of your own money on your classroom, though, asking the school librarian to purchase movies you use in class can be helpful.


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At The Movies

Unit 11: Comparing and Contrasting Tom Sawyer to its Film Adaptation
Lesson 1 of 2

Objective: SWBAT compare a novel to its filmed version by completing a graphic organizer.

Big Idea: What did they get right? What did they get wrong?

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