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ERIC Number: ED122287
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 173
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Response-Centered Teaching and Secondary Film Education.
Niemi, Richard Eugene
This study explores the question: Is the response-centered approach to teaching literature suitable for secondary film education? The personal growth rationale and response-approach pedagogy, particularly as articulated in the past decade, are presented in detail. Following a survey of the history of American secondary film education, the film education literature from 1962 to 1973 is examined with respect to rationales and approaches to determine the extent to which response-centered film teaching has been discussed. Finally, the literature of film theory and aesthetics is discussed in terms of various questions central to approaches stressing critical analysis and aesthetic evaluation. The purpose of this concluding section is to determine whether there are filmic qualities or theoretical concepts having a bearing on the central question of the suitability of the response-centered approach for secondary film education. (Author)
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Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses
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