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Where the Wild Things Are

  1. 1. WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE There is a wild thing in all of us!
  2. 2. WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE MAURICE SENDAK COVER: What do you think this book will be about?
  3. 3. PAGE TWO MISCHIEF Can you figure out what the word „mischief ‟ means from looking at the picture?
  4. 4. PAGE FIVE Do you think his mom would really send him to bed without eating anything?
  5. 5. PAGE FIFTEEN 1. What do you think is going to happen to Max? Is that dragon going to hurt him? 2. A year is a pretty long time. I bet he misses home.
  6. 6. PAGE SEVENTEEN GNASHED What does this mean? It sounds scary!
  7. 7. PAGE EIGHTEEN What do you think the monster‟s are going to do next?
  8. 8. PAGE NINETEEN What does it mean when Max said he TAMED them?
  9. 9. PAGE TWENTY TWO What does RUMPUS mean?
  10. 10. RUMPUS “Let the wild rumpus begin…”
  11. 11. PAGE TWENTY NINE What did Max do to the Wild Things, that his mother did to him back at home?
  12. 12. PAGE THIRTY Where do you think that smell is coming from?
  13. 13. WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE DIR. SPIKE JONEZ (2009) The film follows the imaginary adventures of a young boy named Max, who is angry when his mother, Connie, invites her boyfriend over. After causing one mischievous antic after another, he is sent to his room without supper. Feeling angry and unloved, he then creates a forest bordering a massive ocean, and sails away to an island inhabited by seven imaginary monsters called the Wild Things, who crown him as their ruler.
  14. 14. THINGS TO THINK ABOUT SIMILARITIES DIFFERENCES THIS FILM IS YOU HAVE READ THE BASED ON THE BOOK AND YOU SYNOPSIS OF THE MOVIE AND CAN SEE FROM THE POSTER IT IS QUITE DIFFERENT TO THAT THE MONSTERS AND MAX THE BOOK LOOK VERY SIMILAR TO THE ILLUSTRATIONS -- -- WRITE DOWN A LIST OF THE WRITE DOWN A LIST OF ALL ASPECTS YOU THINK WOULD THE PARTS OF THE BOOK THAT CHANGE AND WHY SHOULD NOT BE CHANGED AND WHY
  15. 15. WATCHING THE FILM THIS SHOULD TAKE TWO PERIODS
  16. 16. WORKBOOK Section A - film
  17. 17. FILM STUDY Objectives: Engage with and enjoy visual language Understand, respond to and use visual language effectively in a variety of contexts Identify the purposes for which verbal and visual features are used and combined Respond to and discuss meaning, ideas and effects
  18. 18. WHAT DO WE STUDY?
  19. 19. TECHNIQUES Ve r b a l Visual • Dialogue (digetic) • Shot sizes • Voice over (non • Camera angles digetic) • Editing • Music (non digetic) • Colour • Silence (both) • Costume/Make up • Ambient sound • Mise en Scene (digetic)
  20. 20. WORKBOOK Section B- techniques
  21. 21. CHARACTER 1. Who is the main character in the film? How do you know they are the main character? 2. Describe the main character, physically and emotionally. 3. What sort of person is he? How do you know this? 4. Who is the main Wild Thing? 5. Describe them in detail. 6. How does the Wild thing connect with/relate to Max?
  22. 22. WORKBOOK Section C - character
  23. 23. THEME/IDEA
  24. 24. THEME/IDEA Escapism Fantasy Friendship Loneliness Make a table like this with four ideas at the top you can choose from the ideas we discussed on the previous slide
  25. 25. WORKBOOK Section D - Ideas
  26. 26. RELATIONSHIPS 1. Are relationships important in this film? 2. Which relationship is most important? Why? 3. What do we learn from watching Max interact with the Wild Things?
  27. 27. WORKBOOK Section E – practice writing
  28. 28. SETTING What is so special about the setting in this film? There are two settings
  29. 29. ESSAY WRITING How to write a Year 10 essay (idea)
  30. 30. THEME/IDEA Choose one idea and think… What did the director say about this idea? How did the director show you this was the main idea? What did he want you (the viewer) to think about this idea? How can we prove that this is the main idea?
  31. 31. THEME/IDEA Describe an important theme/s or idea/s from your text. Explain how it is important. Describe a challenge or challenges that a character faces. Explain how the challenge/s helped you understand a key idea/s. Describe an interesting moment in your text. Explain, with detailed examples, why it was interesting. Key Words!
  32. 32. ESSAY WRITING Essay question comes in two parts and has handy hints (the key words in bold). Part One: DESCRIBE – you need to be able to describe WHAT it is that is on bold on your question, for instance; describe theme/challenge/moment Part Two: EXPLAIN- you need to be able to explain HOW/WHY this made you feel as a viewer, for instance; explain how was it important/how it helped you understand the idea/why it made you think it was interesting
  33. 33. DESCRIBE & EXPLAIN In your paragraphs you need to be able to describe clearly what the question asks you to and explain convincingly how the director made you do something: write your description as if the person reading the essay has NEVER seen the film (this way you will be more detailed) only describe your aspect in full detail, be brief about the plot explain using PROOF from the film format using I. D. E. A. +.
  34. 34. IDEA+ I Identify the point you are going to make The main idea in the film Where the Wild Things Are is loneliness. D Describe your point Loneliness was shown in the film when… E Give an example of your point An example of this was the dialogue, when ?? says,… A Analyse what this example did This made the audience think/feel/believe/feel… + Connect it to either a) another text The audience was made to feel like that again you have studied or b) another aspect of the film in the film when… This was similar to The Outsiders when Pony Boy felt lonely because…
  35. 35. STRUCTURE • Introduction = reword the question into a statement, be sure to use the words that are in BOLD and include the films title (underlined) and the directors name. Name the examples you will use to prove you are right (not the techniques, the moments of the film you will talk about) In the film Where The Wild Things Are, directed by Spike Jonez an important idea was loneliness. Loneliness was important because it…
  36. 36. STRUCTURE • Boby paragraphs = these are the internal essay paragraphs that convince the marker that your opinion about the film is correct. You will need to use your IDEA+ structure One of the reasons the idea of loneliness was important is because it made you understand the character Max and what he was feeling. Max felt left out of his family and was angry with his mum when he was sent to his room. Max felt as though he was alone and no one understood or cared about him. This was shown when… • The + can be about what YOU LEARNT from watching this
  37. 37. CONCLUSION • Conculsion = tell the marker why you believed the idea of loneliness was important in the film and how specific techniques were used to prove it (not the moments in the film). Spike Jonez was clever when he conveyed the idea of loneliness in the film. He used the techniques…. To show how important this idea was.
  38. 38. PRACTICE ESSAY DUE: 9th March
  39. 39. WORKBOOK Section F - poster

Notes de l'éditeur

  • pre reading – answer questionsread the book aloud… only read the page after students have answered the questions
  • Students to write in book
  • Students to discuss
  • Discuss
  • Handout objectives checklist to be glued in book (found in T drive Scheme)
  • Dominoes game…
  • Choose one of these themes and look at ways you can connect to your question
  • Type in the links to these themes…whittle down to two main themes ESCAPISM/LONELIENSS
  • Add a collection of images from filmSETTING home and fanatsy
  • Brainstorm on the board with the class
  • All three of these questions can be answered by discussing the main idea in the text

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