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Teaching Literacy Through Film

Teaching Literacy Through Film– is a free online CPD course to help you discover new practical ways to use film to engage and inspire young people, improving their progress and attainment in both reading and writing.
Launched by the BFI and Into Film the course is delivered entirely online, enabling you to independently organise study time to suit your personal schedule. You will have opportunities to share best practice and network with other participants through various channels. Registration is a very simple two step process, follow the link below to sign up to Into Film training and gain access to this free online CPD course.
Starting 25 January 2016, the course runs over four weeks and will require roughly three hours of study time per week. Topics include:
  • How to improve story writing using film;
  • How to ‘read’ film and use it for critical analysis;
  • How to use simple filmmaking techniques to enhance learning;
  • How to upload your video content to YouTube.
In addition, you will gain access to educational resources to use in your classroom such as easily downloadable PDFs, classroom-ready film clips, activities and much more.
“Teaching film is the future of building a multi-skilled student” Luis Amador, Harris Academy
Register online now to secure your free place and if you have any questions please e-mail cpd[at]intofilm.org or call 0330 313 7600.
We look forward to welcoming you onto the course.

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