Greetings! I am attempting to organize and chair a panel session proposal for the 28th Annual World History Association Conference to be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico from June 27th to June 29th, 2019 (www.thewha.org).
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I don't have time for a long reply, but I have found that i get much better analysis if I provide students with a vocabulary. Film is especially complex because there are so many elements to consider.
Anyway, here are some of the tools I use to teach students how to watch film, still works of art, and music.
For Film (although a lot of this works for theater, too). The first two are the most introductory, and the second two are comprehensive:
Studylibnet _Tips on Analyzing Acting Performance_
I inquired of Learning.org and learned that Oregon Public Broadcasting retains the rights as that was who originally produced the series. I still use parts in my AP World History class. I had purchased the DVD set, so I have all the videos, and had also downloaded most of the readings and activities that went along with them, and have found others who had the rest. So OPB is the place to go, I believe. https://www.opb.org/
It was recently brought to my attention that infrastructural support for the video series "Bridging World History" has been discontinued and is no longer available for streaming via Annenberg Lerner, or apparently anywhere else. (I guess not everything is available via YouTube.) Does anyone know anything about the context of the decision to discontinue access? I assume that Annenberg Lerner had distribution rights for X number of years, those rights expired and the series was removed from the website.
The 4th Annual Lagos Studies Association Conference
Theme: Lagos in the World and the World in Lagos