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SB 2.22. Rear Window . Screening Day 1 . Objectives: I will view the film Rear Window so I can analyze cinematic elements for effect and synthesize multiple images to create meaning. You will need the following for today’s lesson: SpringBoard Book Rear Window Screening Day 1 Handout.

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sb 2 22 rear window screening day 1
SB 2.22. Rear Window. Screening Day 1

Objectives:

  • I will view the film Rear Window so I can analyze cinematic elements for effect and synthesize multiple images to create meaning.

You will need the following for today’s lesson:

  • SpringBoard Book
  • Rear Window Screening Day 1 Handout
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SB 2.22. Rear Window. Screening Day 1
  • SSR – Read a book of your choosing for fifteen minutes.
  • Respond to the following question in your composition book.
  • How are men and women presented in your book?
  • How are the relationships between men and women presented in your book?
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SB 2.22. Rear Window: Screening Day 1
  • Referring to the t-chart in your composition book from the first day of viewing, complete the chart and the questions on your Screening Day 1 handout.
  • For the chart:
    • Film Techniques: What film techniques underscore/portray the dominant patriarchal culture? Refer to p. 133-134.
    • Cinematic Techniques: How do cinematic techniques such as dialogue, vocal delivery, props, sets, costumes, and makeup, help you answer the following questions:
        • How are women presented?
        • How are men presented?
        • How is their relationship presented?

You will have 8 – 10 minutes to transfer the information from the t-chart to the handout!

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SB 2.22. Rear Window. Screening Day 1
  • Rewatch the following scenes on Montage from Rear Window.
  • Jeff and Stella talk 08:25 – 14:10
  • Jeff and Lisa argue 26:00 – 30:59
  • Turn to a neighbor, discuss and complete questions 1 – 5.

You will have 8 – 10 minutes to complete the questions!

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SB 2.22. Rear Window. Screening Day 1

Class Discussion

Quickwrite

  • Based on what we have seen in Rear Window, is this a patriarchal society?
  • How can you tell it is a patriarchal society?
  • Complete the quickwritefor screening day 1. Your response should be 8 – 10 sentences.
  • Turn in when you have completed the quickwrite.
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SB 2.23. Rear Window. Screening Day 2

Objectives:

  • I will view the film Rear Window so I can analyze cinematic elements for effect and synthesize multiple images to create meaning.

You will need the following for today’s lesson:

  • SpringBoard Book
  • Rear Window Screening Day 2 Handout
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SB 2.23. Rear Window: Screening Day 2

As you watch the second segment (36:33 – 1:18:37)of Rear Window, complete the chart and the questions on your Screening Day 2 handout. We will be stopping every ten minutes to provide time to turn to a neighbor and discuss film techniques being used.

  • For the chart:
    • Film Techniques: What film techniques underscore/portray the dominant patriarchal culture? Refer to p. 133-134.
    • Cinematic Techniques: How do cinematic techniques such as dialogue, vocal delivery, props, sets, costumes, and makeup, help you answer the following questions:
        • How are women presented?
        • How are men presented?
        • How is their relationship presented?
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SB 2.23. Rear Window: Screening Day 2
  • Discuss and respond to questions 1 - 4with a neighbor. Record your answers on the handout.

You will have 5 – 7 minutes to complete the questions!

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SB 2.23. Rear Window: Screening Day 2

Respond to the writing prompt on the back of your handout in at least 5-7 sentences.

  • Many literary texts lack complex female figures and deem the female reader to be an outsider or require her to assume male values in terms of perception, feelings, and actions.
  • How does this assumption of Feminist Criticism apply to the second part of Rear Window?