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Bridging work ideas for Year 12 Film Studies students

Bridging work ideas for Year 12 Film Studies students

These are unusual times for those of us teaching A level Film Studies, So, what can we do to bridge the Covid gap for our students and more importantly keep them engaged with the study of film?

What’s exciting about this opportunity is to use film as a conduit for discussing all manner of social, political, cultural and historical topics. This is one of the wonderful things about film as a medium, it can make a topic so very accessible for all. We all have an opinion on the films we have watched and so even if a student isn’t planning on studying film at university we can still use the medium of film to engage them in a range of topics that will be relevant to them.

This bridging programme is designed to get students thinking about film at a higher level. Even if you aren’t planning on studying film at uni, or even going to uni yet, these are some of the best films ever made and forming an opinion on them will make you a much more interesting person at parties too!

So this is how it works.

Bridging work ideas for Year 12 Film Studies students

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