Templates that students can compare and review a movie and a book with the same title, then construct them into a 3D popcorn box and movie drink cup.
This teaching resource gives students an opportunity to review and compare the same story line between a book and movie. There are a lot of movies that are inspired from books, but there are always creative differences between the two, setting them a part in some way. Students will be able to use their knowledge to write comparisons, summaries, character observations, personal reviews and publishing/production details. After completing the two review templates, students will be able to create their own 3D popcorn box and movie drink cup.
You can use these review templates as a way to enrich a literacy unit, or use them as a creative and productive way to reflect a novel that you have read, by watching a movie at the end of a term, then comparing the two. Students will also love compiling their own 3D movie objects.
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National Curriculum in England alignment
- Key Stage 2 (KS2) - Lower > English
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- Key Stage 2 (KS2) - Lower > English > Writing
- Key Stage 2 (KS2) – Upper > English
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- Key Stage 2 (KS2) – Upper > English > Reading
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