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Lesson 7 Activity 4.8 “Comparing Film Interpretations: An Old Accustomed Feast”. Lesson Goals Understand interpretation and theatrical elements Compare and evaluate filmed productions Compare and contrast media versions with written text. Vocabulary: R+J Packet. Interpretation

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Lesson 7 activity 4 8 comparing film interpretations an old accustomed feast

Lesson 7Activity 4.8“Comparing Film Interpretations: An Old Accustomed Feast”

Lesson Goals

Understand interpretation and theatrical elements

Compare and evaluate filmed productions

Compare and contrast media versions with written text


Vocabulary r j packet
Vocabulary: R+J Packet

  • Interpretation

    • The act of making meaning from something, such as a text

  • Theatrical elements

    • Physical, visual, and oral means the director uses to convey meaning


Springboard page 268
Springboard, Page 268

  • Now we’ll watch the same scene from R+J in two different film interpretations

  • As we watch each clip, you will take notes of the theatrical elements used: costumes and music.

  • While watching, ask yourself, “Why would the director choose those costumes and music for the first meeting between Romeo and Juliet?”


Version 1 franco zefirelli s interpretation
Version 1: Franco Zefirelli’s Interpretation

  • Released in 1968

Version 2: BazLuhrman’s Interpretation

  • Released in 1996


Comparisons and effect
Comparisons and Effect

  • What was similar between the two interpretations?

  • What was different?

  • What effects do the director’s choices have in each film? (Fill in the box on graphic organizer)


Venn diagram film vs play
Venn Diagram: Film vs Play

  • What can a film do that live performance cannot and vice versa?

  • What tools and strategies do directors plays and films share? What tools and strategies are different?

  • Are you more entertained by watching movies or watching live performances? Why?


Quick write bottom of 270
Quick Write: Bottom of 270

  • What is the essence of the first meeting between Romeo and Juliet?

  • On a separate sheet of paper, write a paragraph that explains which interpretation more effectively captures the essence of the first meeting between Romeo and Juliet

  • Your paragraph should be an analytical one—meaning you have a thesis statement and an analytical statement with textual support from your notes as well as reflective commentary to back up your response.

  • Be sure to make specific references to theatrical elements from the film such as costumes, props, and actions.


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