During this three day workshop, teachers learned various strategies and gained multiple resources to enhance their use of film in the classroom. Participants attended sessions that addressed issues pertaining to the film of Middle East and Asia. For a full schedule, click here.
This powerpoint, presented at the workshop by Dr. Richard Paxton, reviews pedagogical methods for teaching with film.
Egypt Burning tells the story of the Egyptian revolution that forced Hosni Mubarak, the president who had ruled the country for 30 years, from power.
Through interviews with Al Jazeera correspondents on the ground – whose coverage of the popular uprising made them the target of a state campaign to get Al Jazeera off the air – the three-part series revisits those critical moments as history unfolded.
Sylvia Frankel, an adjunct member of the faculty of the Religious Studies Department at Lewis and Clark College, speaks at a workshop for educators focused on the use of film to teach about international topics in the K-12 classroom.
Richard Paxton, Professor of Education at Pacific University Oregon, speaks at a workshop for educators that focused on the use of film to teach about international topics in the K-12 classroom.
Rafeeq (not his real name) is a resident of Homs, a city in central Syria caught in the middle of vicious fighting between pro- and anti-government forces.
In this blog hosted on AlJazeera, Rafeeq shares his diary, providing rare insights into life under siege and daily shelling. His real identity has been concealed for reasons of his saftey. Al Jazeera cannot independently verify the accounts given by him.
This lesson uses Jack Shaheen’s documentary, Reel Bad Arab, to explore the how Arabs have been portrayed in American cinema.
By viewing the Iranian film Children of Heaven, students compare the lives of American and Iranian children.
Film Education provides free teaching resources, teacher training and cinema based events which support the use of film within the curriculum.
Film Story is a comprehensive database of historical films categorized by era, region, subject, and film type. Film listings include basic film information, a short description, and themes.
ICE uses the power of film, along with partnerships with the Simon
Wiesenthal New York Tolerance Center and Morgan Stanley, to help high school students become global citizens.
This lesson uses the film Once Upon a Time Beirut to explore the Lebanese civil war.
Teach with Movies develops Learning Guides for over 350 films as well as lesson plans and articles on using movies for educational purposes.
A database of international films dealing with global current events.