- Trailer for the Hunger Games: Which scenes were selected? Why? How do they help sell the film?
- — Ms. Solomon (@msolomonteacher)Tue, Mar 27 2012 00:00:14Welcome to #K12Media! Tonight we'll think about conversations around The Hunger Games. Has anyone read the book/seen the film?
- — M. Keats (@ms_keats)Tue, Mar 27 2012 00:04:25Any book or series w/ large fan groups would have a lot of people invested in the characters; filmmakers need 2b sensitive to this #K12Media
- — theASIDEblog (@theASIDEblog)Tue, Mar 27 2012 00:07:06HG plays off the idea of games for entertainment without considering the effects of war on the players. Interesting parallel. #K12Media
- — Ms. Solomon (@msolomonteacher)Tue, Mar 27 2012 00:08:31
- — theASIDEblog (@theASIDEblog)Tue, Mar 27 2012 00:09:12The effect of war and violence on children is huge in the HG; just hope movie gets the same point across to viewers. #k12Media
- — KL Peters (@Whtevri4c)Tue, Mar 27 2012 00:13:28
- — M. Keats (@ms_keats)Tue, Mar 27 2012 00:14:11I read a post on laineygossip discussing the casting of Jennifer Lawrence, and speaking specifically of how strong her acting is #K12Media
- — Ms. Solomon (@msolomonteacher)Tue, Mar 27 2012 00:14:21
#K12Media: The Hunger Games Edition
There are many ways to approach a blockbuster like The Hunger Games in the classroom. On Monday March 26, we began a discussion that we hope will be ongoing about how to analyse & use these texts with students.
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