Extractions: Statement of Purpose for the Film Discussion Group, , and a Short History of This Group. Statement of Purpose The primary focus of this group is on cinema as an art form. We see a great film as an interlinking of technique and theme, style and meaning. Our interest is primarily, though not exclusively, in film as an expression of its author's vision. Our intention is to discuss all cinema, including pre-cinema, rather than concentrating mostly on new films. Hollywood films old and new, films made inside and outside of the Hollywood system anywhere in the world, avant-garde/experimental films (in which the filmmaking functions divided among many craftspersons in commercial films are typically performed by a single filmmaker), documentaries, home movies, and other "marginal" works are all potential subjects, as are any of the above made on video. Since its inception in France in the early 1950s, the "auteur theory" has been more of a modus operandi or politique for film lovers than a genuine "theory," and ours is a group for people who love cinema, or the work of particular filmmakers. Film students who love cinema and agree with our principles are welcome to apply. Film students only looking for homework help are discouraged from applying. Also, if you are primarily interested in the achievements of screenwriters or actors or producers or cinematographers rather than directors, and if you think of them as the primary auteur(s), this is not the group for you. We are concerned with actors mainly in the context of particular films, and while discussions about how entertaining a film is, and arguments for overlaps between "entertainment" and "art," are permitted, our main focus is not on simply naming moods or pleasures, nor on movie gossip or trivia, though all these can be of interest and are not prohibited, but in experiencing, and discussing, films in terms of the relationship of style to meaning, even when the question of "meaning" is problematic or hard to articulate in a particular film. We permit, and encourage, arguments and discussions about the contributions of many people other than the director, defenses of non-director auteurs for particular films, or general questioning of or critiquing of the auteur theory. What we're trying to avoid are arguments like the one above about collaborators, or about how even John Ford directed bad films. In fact, few auteurists would argue that great filmmakers made only great films.
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Extractions: ....Is a poem about death. The first thought that comes to mind when reading this haiku, is that the writer is describing a strong and tough animal. That the caterpillar in this case is a superior one, that takes all summer and into fall to become a butterfly. However, this is not what the poem means...This poem is saying that sadly it is never going to be a butterfly at all...Winter is coming.
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Extractions: These materials have been designed to provide a ready-made INSET course on ICT for teachers in primary schools. While these Web pages provide all the printed material needed (tutors' notes, handouts and OHTs), a specially produced video is also required as the basis for observation and group discussion. ASCD : PD Online Standards / Performance Assessment / Classroom Management / Multiple Intelligences / Multicultural Education / The Brain and Learning / Phonics/Whole Language / Curriculum Integration / Differentiating Instruction / Character Education / Cooperative Learning / Inclusion / Constructivism Boxmind - Academic Excellence, Online
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Extractions: Educational / Professional Objective Work Experience Environmental and Water Resource Engineer, Peace Corps Cameroon (current). Graduate Teaching Assistant (2001). As a teaching assistant, I taught fluid mechanics laboratories, graded lab reports, and provided homework help at Michigan Technological University. Graduate Student Teaching Fellowship (2000-2001). Work involved curriculum development and laboratory instruction for 7th and 8th grade science classes and a high school physics class at Dollar Bay High School in Michigan.
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