Teacher uses film to teach analytical skills

As teachers work to implement the Common Core State Standards, they should consider using film to help teach students analytical skills, writes high-school language arts teacher Jessica Keigan. In this blog post, she writes about her approach to teaching students such skills, including conducting a literary analysis of a film. Students then are asked to analyze the cinematic decision-making behind the film, and to conduct a critical analysis.

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