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The class will consist of an analysis of how classic monsters are portrayed in both literature and film. Discussions will focus on Frankenstein and Dracula, their representation in print and in film, and the cultural influences that affected their representation. The class will be based on short presentations of film clips and text selections. Most of the class will be devoted to a discussion format which elicits a higher order perspective of how film affects our perspectives of what began in...
Students will be able to identify the major differences between the representation of the classic monster in both film and print. They will learn about the origins of the monster figure in each medium, and how their portrayal affects popular perception of monsters.
I have taught older students for 20 years, most of that time being in the field of language arts. I have a bachelor's degree from Central Connecticut State University, and a master's degree from The University of Connecticut. Complementary to this, I have taken graduate classes at Wesleyan University in literature, adolescent psychology, film, and television. I have also participated in Saturday workshops at Columbia Teachers' College, which is designed to provide current models of literacy instruction. I write part time, and my work has won awards at both the local and national level.
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45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The class will include clips from the 1931 film versions of Frankenstein and Dracula, as well as passages from the text version of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and Dracula by Bram Stoker. The class content is appropriate for high school students.
We will be discussing clips from the 1931 film versions of Frankenstein and Dracula, as well as passages from the text version of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and Dracula by Bram Stoker.
English, math, reading film, and improv, and of course....games!
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Hello, I taught middle school for over twenty years, teaching writing, reading, humanities, and math. I am certified in each and have taught each at the middle school level. I am also certified to teach elementary education, and I have experience...