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Creating A Cinematic
Classroom
Lisa Rubenstein, Ph.D.
Ball State University
Indiana Association for the Gifted Conference
...
Think about your
favorite movie.
What makes a movie
successful?
What about your
least favorite
Movie?
Good Movies
• Promote intrigue.
• Connect with audience.
• Unfold carefully.
• Tell a universal truth in unique ways.
Can we replicate
that in the
classroom?
Good Movies
• Promote intrigue.
• Connect with audience.
• Unfold carefully.
• Tell a universal truth in unique ways.
3 Ac...
Spoiler
Alert
3 Act Lesson Plan
• Introduce the central conflict, clearly,
viscerally, visually, and in as few words
as possible.
• The p...
?
Need Ideas? 101 questions or Dan Meyer Blog
HOW WAS ____ DISCOVERED/
DEVELOPED?
CAN WE REPLICATE IN THE
CLASSROOM?
WHAT CAN BE
DEBATED?
Was this a good idea?
Good Movies
• Promote intrigue.
• Connect with audience.
• Unfold carefully.
• Tell a universal truth in unique ways.
3 Ac...
Would you rather...
OR
Would you rather...
OR
Examples
“Whether you are retelling a fairy tale or telling a complex
plot from a novel, simple often turns out better.”
Good Movies
• Promote intrigue.
• Connect with audience.
• Unfold carefully.
• Tell a universal truth in unique ways.
3 Ac...
Strategy for Promoting
Unique-ness
• Substitute
• Combine
• Adapt
• Minimize/Maximize
• Put to another use
• Eliminate
• R...
Re-imagine a fairy tale.
Substitute
What can be substituted? Who else? What else?
Can the rules be changed?
Are there other ingredients? Other mate...
Combine
What ideas can be combined?
Can we combine purposes?
How about an assortment?
How about a blend? an alloy? an ense...
Adapt
What else is like this? outside my field?
What other idea does this suggest?
Does the past offer a parallel?
What co...
Magnify
What can be made larger? Exagerated?
What can be added? More time? Stronger?
Extra features? Greater frequency?
Wh...
Minimize weakness.
Maximize strength.
Modify
How could this be altered for the better?
What can be modified?
Is there a new twist?
Change meaning, color, motion...
Put to other uses...
What else can this be used for?
Are there new ways to use it as is?
Other uses to modify?
What else c...
Eliminate
What if this were smaller?
What should I eliminate? omit?
Should I divide it? split it up? separate
it?
Understa...
Rearrange
What other arrangements might be better?
Interchange components?
Other patterns? layouts? sequences? orders?
Tra...
Using SCAMPER...
• Creative Writing
• Critical and Creative Thinking Question
Development
• What would happen if...
• Prob...
Good Movies
• Promote intrigue.
• Connect with audience.
• Unfold carefully.
• Tell a universal truth in unique ways.
3 Ac...
Questions?
lmrubenstein@bsu.edu
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  1. 1. Creating A Cinematic Classroom Lisa Rubenstein, Ph.D. Ball State University Indiana Association for the Gifted Conference December 14, 2015
  2. 2. Think about your favorite movie. What makes a movie successful?
  3. 3. What about your least favorite Movie?
  4. 4. Good Movies • Promote intrigue. • Connect with audience. • Unfold carefully. • Tell a universal truth in unique ways.
  5. 5. Can we replicate that in the classroom?
  6. 6. Good Movies • Promote intrigue. • Connect with audience. • Unfold carefully. • Tell a universal truth in unique ways. 3 Act Lessons
  7. 7. Spoiler Alert
  8. 8. 3 Act Lesson Plan • Introduce the central conflict, clearly, viscerally, visually, and in as few words as possible. • The protagonist overcomes obstacles, looks for resources, and develops tools. • Resolve the conflict and set up the extension or sequel. http://blog.mrmeyer.com/?p=10285
  9. 9. ? Need Ideas? 101 questions or Dan Meyer Blog
  10. 10. HOW WAS ____ DISCOVERED/ DEVELOPED? CAN WE REPLICATE IN THE CLASSROOM?
  11. 11. WHAT CAN BE DEBATED?
  12. 12. Was this a good idea?
  13. 13. Good Movies • Promote intrigue. • Connect with audience. • Unfold carefully. • Tell a universal truth in unique ways. 3 Act Lessons Storyboarding
  14. 14. Would you rather... OR
  15. 15. Would you rather... OR
  16. 16. Examples
  17. 17. “Whether you are retelling a fairy tale or telling a complex plot from a novel, simple often turns out better.”
  18. 18. Good Movies • Promote intrigue. • Connect with audience. • Unfold carefully. • Tell a universal truth in unique ways. 3 Act Lessons Storyboarding SCAMPER
  19. 19. Strategy for Promoting Unique-ness • Substitute • Combine • Adapt • Minimize/Maximize • Put to another use • Eliminate • Rearrange/Reverse SCAMPER
  20. 20. Re-imagine a fairy tale.
  21. 21. Substitute What can be substituted? Who else? What else? Can the rules be changed? Are there other ingredients? Other materials? Other processes? procedures? Other power? places? approaches? What else instead?
  22. 22. Combine What ideas can be combined? Can we combine purposes? How about an assortment? How about a blend? an alloy? an ensemble? Combine units? What other article could be merged with this? How could we package a combination?
  23. 23. Adapt What else is like this? outside my field? What other idea does this suggest? Does the past offer a parallel? What could I copy? in different contexts? Whom could I emulate? What idea could I incorporate? What other process could be adapted?
  24. 24. Magnify What can be made larger? Exagerated? What can be added? More time? Stronger? Extra features? Greater frequency? What can be duplicated? How could I carry it to a dramatic extreme?
  25. 25. Minimize weakness. Maximize strength.
  26. 26. Modify How could this be altered for the better? What can be modified? Is there a new twist? Change meaning, color, motion, sound, odor, form, shape? Change name? plans? process? marketing? package?
  27. 27. Put to other uses... What else can this be used for? Are there new ways to use it as is? Other uses to modify? What else can be made from this? Other extensions? Markets?
  28. 28. Eliminate What if this were smaller? What should I eliminate? omit? Should I divide it? split it up? separate it? Understate? streamline? make miniature? condense? compact? Subtract? Delete?
  29. 29. Rearrange What other arrangements might be better? Interchange components? Other patterns? layouts? sequences? orders? Transpose cause and effect? Change pace? schedule?
  30. 30. Using SCAMPER... • Creative Writing • Critical and Creative Thinking Question Development • What would happen if... • Problem Solving • Lab Development
  31. 31. Good Movies • Promote intrigue. • Connect with audience. • Unfold carefully. • Tell a universal truth in unique ways. 3 Act Lessons Storyboarding SCAMPER
  32. 32. Questions? lmrubenstein@bsu.edu

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