ERIC Number: ED049609
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Films Deliver: Teaching Creatively with Film.
Schillaci, Anthony, Ed.; Culkin, John M., Ed.
The fifteen papers in this resource guide are grouped into four sections. Section one contains formulations of the basic rationale for screen education and descriptions of new concepts and approaches to film study. Section two presents a definition of the elements involved in filmmaking and viewing, and it describes several model programs which incorporated films or television into English and social studies courses. In the third section, there are discussions of successful how-to-do-it techniques. For example, some solutions are offered for problems encountered in finding and ordering or renting films, two student filmmaking projects are described (one involving disadvantaged youth), and an experiment which utilized local theaters is outlined. The final section is an extensive annotated appendix containing indexes of feature length and shorter films, a bibliography of books for film study, and two sample teachers guides--one at the elementary school level and one at the secondary level. In addition, a directory of film distributors and lists of useful periodicals and organizations are included. (JY)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Demonstration Programs, Directories, Disadvantaged Youth, English Curriculum, Film Production, Film Study, Films, Projection Equipment, Resource Materials, Selection, Social Studies, Teaching Guides, Teaching Methods
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