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Film Study: The Fifth Element

Project Outline: Mr Waugh’s Notes: Features of Dystopia: CENTRAL ANTIHERO CHARACTER FUTURE CORRUPTED BY ELEMENTS RECOGNISABLE IN CURRENT SOCIETY Quit smoking dispenser FILM-MAKING TECHNIQUES QUOTES: “Time not important. Only life important” “Evil begets evil, Mr

Film Study – Exploring Film Techniques

Task 1: Take a set of still shots to show an example of each of the following shots and angles – upload this to your blog Task 2: Make a Short Film according to the

Future Dystopia – Descriptive Writing Task

Write a description of a world that is set in the future and where a key aspect of civilisation has gone awry.

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Future Dystopia – Relative Clauses

A Grammar for Writing exploration of the use of relative clauses to enhance descriptive writing

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Future Dystopia – Adverbials

A Grammar for Writing exploration of the use of adverbials to enhance descriptive writing

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Future Dystopia – Noun Phrases

A Grammar for Writing exploration of the use of Noun Phrases to enhance descriptive writing

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Future Dystopia: Prepositions

A Grammar for Writing exploration of the use of prepositions to enhance descriptive writing

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Hugo’s Dramatic Monologue. Friar Lawrence

As part of our study of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the students learned and performed a soliloquy or dramatic monologue from the play. Here’s an example of this work by Hugo Darby.

Debate Series: Videos

The videos of the class debate series for your viewing pleasure.

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