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Literacy Homework Wednesday 31st March

Published Wednesday, March 31, 2010.

Due Friday 2nd April

A short homework tonight. You deserve it. You have all worked hard this term, and some of the writing in particular has been outstanding.

Write a short opening blurb for a our piano narrations. This will form the 'opening credits' of our films that will appear on screen before the narration starts (written, not spoken). Three or four sentences to sum up 'the flavour' of the film would be fine. Remember, you are not telling the story, that would give it away. Many of the words that we used in the zone of relevance activities will be useful. It would be useful if you typed it and emailed me. You could start with this...

What follows is a story of .....

and end with ...... 'The Pianist' By 5B

Optional Extension

Write a short piece called 'The Making of the Pianist'. This should describe the process from when we first watched the film to the end point after we have recorded the narrations. What did we do in between? How did you come up with such atmospheric narrations?

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