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Make a Movie Trailer for Your Favorite Book | Literacy
The ultimate book report makeover! Give literacy skills a boost with a fun movie trailer project. Learners will summarize their book in a way that's engaging and exciting. Watch your child's love of reading take off! #academic
Dana Leon | The Movie Kids Guide
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Calling all book lovers and aspiring filmmakers! In this class, we'll transform your favorite book into an epic movie trailer! Using templates and some creative thinking, we'll imagine what your book would look like on the big screen and bring it to life with a trailer. You'll be amazed at how exciting a book report can be when it's turned into a movie. Plus, you can show off your final trailer to all your friends and family (or even your YouTube followers). Sign up now and let's turn some...
• Learners will demonstrate comprehension by summarizing a story or book. • Learners will understand different shot types. • Learners will use a storyboard to plan a sequence.
I have taught 3rd and 4th grade as a general and special education teacher and have professional filmmaking and video-editing experience.
No homework will be assigned. If you don't finish your movie trailer during class time, no problem - you can always take your time and complete it later. And if you want some feedback on your finished project, send it my way and I'd be happy to give you some additional tips and tricks.
A handout will be provided on the day of the class and will need to be printed before class.
Informal assessment will take place for the summarizing portion.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learners will need to use the iMovie app or another video editing app. iMovie is only available on Apple products, if your child needs to use a different app, please let me know ahead of time and I can suggest one. I can provide images for many of the books and learners may do their own search but some learners may want to shoot video too. I will provide links to image search engines that are safe for children. While I encourage that, there won't be time for me to guide learners through filming. They can however, film after the class and send me their finished projects if they want feedback.
Dana Leon | The Movie Kids Guide
Certified Special Education Teacher, Math and Film Enthusiast
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
30 total reviews
119 completed classes
Welcome! I am Dana Leon, AKA The Movie Kids Guide™. I am a certified teacher, professional editor, and author of The Movie Kids book series. I love to create fun, engaging lessons that are accessible for all learners. Check out The Movie Kids...