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Identifying Major Scenes

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Identifying Major Scenes
Schneider, Jenifer Jasinksi ( Author )
University of South Florida
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The difference between isolating scenes and identifying major scenes is connected to the plot and purpose of the film. Translating the dialogue is a helpful technique for identifying shifts in the plot or purpose.

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IDENTIFYING MAJOR SC ENES JENIFER JASINSKI SCH NEIDER French & Indian War Translating the dialogue is a helpful technique for identifying shifts in the plot or purpose. Scene Staging Content Spanish Dialogue 1 Classroom We are now finishing up the unit on the French and Indian War. Yes! Yes! Awesome! But we do have an exam tomorrow. With that being said, you are now dismissed. Today we have finished the unit on !. With that being said now you can leave the class we are finished. Student: Thank you!!! (Not translated) 2 School yard No translation No translation provided. Wow! It's a journal that belongs to a British soldier. We just finished learning about this in class. Bye. Bye! Hmmmm What is this? Verbatim 3 Soldier's camp Dear journal, right now I am in my camp getting ready for the battle against the French. "We have to go to the battlefield. Come on." Inaudible We have to go to the battlefield now. Let's go. 4 Field Action: Soldiers and Indians march across a grassy area. 5 Battlefield Action: British Soldiers (red shirts), French Soldiers (blue shirts), Indians (brown shirts) Scrolling dialogue with explanation of the scene. "Meanwhile!.." No translation "Attack" in S panish 6 Hotel Treaty of Paris in English British: I legally sign this document. Indian: I am an Indian signing on behalf of Britain. French: I am a French soldier signing this document. Indian: I am an Indian signing for the peace between Britain, France, and Indians Nothing in Spanish. British I sign this document. Indian I am an Indian and I sign this. French I am the king of France who is going to sign this document. Indian: Verbatim 7 School yard Action: Student reads from a journal. Dialogue: "Wow, I'm going to show my teacher." Verbatim


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