This workshop serves as an introduction to using film as a pedagogical tool in the high school classroom, particularly for instructors teaching in the fields of literature, politics, and critical identity studies (i.e., gender, race, sexuality, etc.). Instructors will become acquainted with the vocabulary and analytical skills necessary to train media literate students not only in examining individual films, but more importantly in how students can apply those skills to key historical/cultural settings and theoretical debates. More broadly, our emphasis on media literacy will address how mainstream, independent, and international cinemas have intersected, and continue to intersect, with issues of race, gender, sexuality, national history, globalization, and new media technologies.
Registration for all NTC seminars opens Friday, September 10, 2021 at 8 a.m. (Central Time). Registration instructions and pricing information can be found here. Once open, registration for this seminar will be available through this link. For more information about NTC purchases, please contact Cate Harriman, Teacher & Student Programs Coordinator, at email@example.com.
A link to the assigned pre-readings for the seminars, as well as instructions for accessing virtual seminars, will be distributed to participants via email.
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