Describing Major Scenes

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Describing Major Scenes

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Describing Major Scenes
Schneider, Jenifer Jasinksi ( Author )
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University of South Florida
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Education -- Research ( lcsh )


Time stamp each scene and provide a narrative annotation, commenting on any interesting features that may not be noticeable to another viewer.

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Scene Time Screen Shot Narration of Each Major Scene 1 0.00 The film begins in a classroom where the students finished a unit on the French and Indian War. The teacher tells them they will have a test the next day. The students are dismissed. 2 0.43 As the students walk on the school grounds, one boy discovers a buried diary in the grass. The boy reads the diary. 3 1.18 The scene fades into another scene with a soldier (played by a female student) writing in the same diary to chronicle the war. The soldier writes aloud to reveal the contents of the text to the audience. Another soldier interrupts and calls the soldier to war. 4 1.40 A group of soldiers march to the battlefield, Describe Major Scenes 1


Scene Time Screen Shot Narration of Each Major Scene 5 1.46 The British, French, and Indian characters engage in a series of battles (montage). 6 3.01 The war scene fades, the location changes to a room where the Treaty of Paris is signed. 7 3.59 In the final scene, the audience is brought back to the present day as the student reads the end of the diary entry. Then he skips off to give the diary to his teacher. 8 4.13 Credits, bloopers, and a rap song follow the film. Describe Major Scenes 2 Schneider, J.J. (2016). Analyzing student-made lms: Describing major scenes. Retrieved from Multimodal Data Analysis: A Curated, Open-Access Collection of Methodologies. USF Libraries Digital Collections


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