UCI Week 4 The Breakfast Club by John Hughes Film Notes Watch The Breakfast Club (1985) (Links to an external site.) Reading Types of Parenting Styles (

UCI Week 4 The Breakfast Club by John Hughes Film Notes Watch

The Breakfast Club (1985) (Links to an external site.)

Reading

Types of Parenting Styles (Links to an external site.)

Optional:

‘Breakfast Club’ at 30: Don’t you forget about them.pdf

“The Breakfast Club”, 30 Years Later: A Conversation Across Generations | MZS | Roger Ebert.pdf

Film terms help provide specific evidence from the film when referencing important events and meanings. You will use the Film Notes Template-1.docx when taking film notes. Follow the steps and film note guidelines below:

Step 1: Download the template

Step 2: “Save as” a new document. Now you are free to make changes.

Step 3: Open your document before you submit it to check that your changes have been saved. Blank film notes will incur late points.

™Film Note Guidelines:

Complete ALL orange boxes:
Title and Year
Director
Character Names
General Plot (a sentence or two is fine)
Titles (a sentence or two is fine)
Performance (a sentence or two is fine)
Choose 3 of the blue boxes:
Mise-en-scene
Cinematography
Sound
Music
Editing
note: Make a comment approximately from the beginning, middle, and end of the film to show that you are watching the film critically from beginning to end.
note: Be sure you relate the style to it’s effect on the audience (Ex: “Natural, bright lighting reminds us of the sunny days of youth” is a better comment and will receive full credit. “The lighting is bright.” would receive partial credit
Complete ALL green boxes:
Important Dialogue or Lines
Repeated Images and Symbols
Striking Scenes or Sequences
Messages and Themes
The purple box is optional:
Other Notes, Thoughts, Questions
Rubric

Film Notes Rubric

Film Notes Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCompleteness: The form is complete with comments in each box

5.0 pts

Each box has an entry

4.0 pts

1 box is incomplete

3.0 pts

2-3 boxes are incomplete

2.0 pts

4-5 boxes are incomplete

1.0 pts

6+ boxes are incomplete

0.0 pts

No marks

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMise-en-scene to Editing: Cites evidence from the beginning, middle, and end of the film

5.0 pts

All 5 boxes cite evidence from the beginning, middle, and end of the film

4.0 pts

One box is incomplete

3.0 pts

2 boxes are incomplete

2.0 pts

3 boxes are incomplete

1.0 pts

4+ boxes are incomplete

0.0 pts

No Marks

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStyle: Relate style to it’s effect on the audienceStudent makes meaningful comments about how the film techniques impact our understanding of the film. Ex: Music: Playful, upbeat music might appeal to kids as the target audience.

5.0 pts

Always makes meaningful comments relating style to it’s effect on audience

4.0 pts

One box is incomplete

3.0 pts

2 boxes are incomplete

2.0 pts

3 boxes are incomplete

1.0 pts

4+ boxes are incomplete

0.0 pts

Does not relate style to it’s effect on the audience

5.0 pts

Total Points: 15.0

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