Washington State University, USA, 1994, 169p Based on scenes from five popular films (Dances with Wolves, Gone with the Wind, To Kill a Mockingbird, When Harry Met Sally, and Casablanca), this listening/speaking text develops students' abilities to comprehend authentic material while presenting culturally relevant ideas about people, minority issues, language, and gender. Includes readings with discussion questions, pre- and post-viewing questions about the film, and follow-up activities. Through listening and speaking activities based on scenes from five classic films, this text is aimed at developing studfents' abilities to comprehend authentic text. CONTENT HIGHLIGHTS Authentic materials based on dialog from five popular motion pictures. Authentic reading passages to develop schema. Culturally relavant material about indigenous people, minority issues, and language and gender. Stimulating movies - Gone With The Wind, Dances with Wolves, To Kill a Mockingbird, Casablanca, and When Harry Met Sally. Unit Contents Each of the five chapters contains: - A short reading with discussion questions focused on issued pertinent to the film. - A mediumk-length authentic reading by such authors as Bruce Catton (civil war). Martin Luther King, Jr. (civil rights). Herman Wouk (World War II) and Deboirah Tannen (language and gender). - Communicative idiom development work. - Extensive work with six scenes from the film. - Questions for use before and after viewing the entire film. - Follow-up activity suggestions. - Suggestions for other films which may be of interest.
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