Unformatted text preview: film scene to speculate about their significance. • Paragraph 2: Repeat this process in a separate paragraph for your second film scene. • Paragraph 3: Use the analysis from paragraphs 1 and 2 to offer a thesis about how the films represent a particular issue similarly and differently. (See “Comparing and Contrasting One Reading with Another,” WA 123-125, for help with this step.) Criteria for Evaluation: • Effectively incorporates the “10-on-1” skill by zooming in on one or two key filmic details and discussing their significance • Arrives at a specific, unobvious claim about the relationship between the two films (a difference within a similarity or a similarity within a difference) • Uses correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citation...
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- Spring '08
- ZOOM, Caroline Botelho, WGBH-TV, film scene, Film Scene Analysis_______________