DVD Player or computer to play film OR computer with Internet access to stream film.
Television, SmartBoard or projection equipment.
Discuss the importance of planning a beginning, middle and end, just as if writing an essay or narrative piece.
Review each segment with the class. This could be done while rewatching the film or as a review. The handout provided outlines the beginning, middle and end of “After the Fall: HIV Grows Up.” After viewing the film, students should see clear connections between the film and the model outline, along with footage notes for how the information was relayed.
Groups work together to decide the beginning-middle-end structure for their own documentary and determine what footage they have in order to tell the story.
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