Film Study Guide for AS/A-level German Geoff Brammall. range of vocabulary
and include terminology related to film or literature (e.g. die Handlung, die
Personen, die Szene, das Thema). For a list of useful connectives and film- and ...
Author: Geoff Brammall
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Study Aids
Exam Board: AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas & CCEA Level: AS/A-level Subject: Modern Languages First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: June 2017 Film analysis made easy. Build your students' confidence in their language abilities and help them develop the skills needed to critique their chosen work: putting it into context, understanding the themes and director's technique, as well as specialist terminology. Breaking down each scene, character and theme in Good bye, Lenin!, this accessible guide will enable your students to understand the historical and social context of the film and give them the critical and language skills needed to write a successful essay. - Strengthen language skills with relevant grammar, vocab and writing exercises throughout - Aim for top marks by building a bank of textual examples and quotes to enhance exam response - Build confidence with knowledge-check questions at the end of every chapter - Revise effectively with pages of essential vocabulary and key mind maps throughout - Feel prepared for exams with advice on how to write an essay, plus sample essay questions, two levels of model answers and examiner commentary
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The movies are presented in chronological order and present material of varying difficulty and complexity, and the wide variety of exercises makes the book suitable for beginning, intermediate, and advanced learners.
Author: Adriana Borra
Category: Foreign Language Study
German Through Film is a flexible tool for teachers who strive towards content-based instruction and believe that learning a language should be meaningful and enjoyable. It is based on eight contemporary German films, all of which are distributed in the United States. The movies are presented in chronological order and present material of varying difficulty and complexity, and the wide variety of exercises makes the book suitable for beginning, intermediate, and advanced learners. Each chapter includes pre-viewing, viewing, and post-viewing activities that foster vocabulary enhancement, cultural awareness, oral discussion, and essay writing. German Through Film is an adaptable ancillary tool geared towards both high school and college instruction as well as adult education.