Using Film in History Classrooms. Matt Garrison School of Education, Trinity College Dublin [email protected] We learn…. 10% what we read; 20% what we hear; 30% what we see; 50% what we see and hear; 70% of what is discussed with others; 80% of what we experience personally;
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Using Film in History Classrooms
School of Education,
Trinity College Dublin
Vidal (1992) suggests that in contemporary culture people’s perceptions of history are shaped by film.
During the Easter Rising scenes, the Volunteers and Citizen Army are shown marching out of the General Post Office to surrender. However, the day before the surrender, they had retreated from the burning GPO to another building down the road, and surrendered from there.