What are learning goals? As subject matter experts in their field, faculty know almost intuitively what the most important things are that students must master. In order to develop learning goals, faculty should answer the question, “What do I want my students to know or be able to do by the end of this course?” Developing a set of learning goals for a course takes what faculty know but don’t always state and puts it into a short list of real concepts that can guide students and add clarity to teaching and learning. How can learning goals add value to teaching and learning? Clearly defined learning goals contribute to a structure that surrounds a course and can aid in selecting appropriate graded and ungraded assessments, selecting relevant content for the course, and enhancing the assessment or grading practices. Remember that learning goals do not place limits on what you can teach in a course. How do I begin developing learning goals for my course? You are the expert in this process. List of Action Verbs
My Top 50 Favorite Mindfuck Movies | culturedesk I thought I could rank them, but that would be too difficult, so here they are in alphabetical order. 1. 21 Grams 2. Adjustment Bureau, The 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. Like this: Like Loading... Tags: list of mindfuck movies, mindfuck movies, must-see mindfuck movies, psychological thrillers The Devil Wears Prada: Dangling Modifiers This is the opening scene of this funny movie with excellent characters. I left the answers to the exercises on the blog post just to help you out, but of course you'll have to delete this information when you prepare the students' exercise sheets. This is the opening scene of the movie, with a great song. I prepared a lesson plan to practice dangling modifiers with visual input to contextualize the topic. These ladies are the main characters: Andrea and MirandaA. 1. Watch the movie segment and decide whether the following sentences have dangling modifiers. 1 - After getting dressed, Andrea kissed her boyfriend goodbye. 2 - Going to her job interview, the waitress handed Andrea a bagel for breakfast. 3 - While eating a sandwich, she took the subway to work. 4 - Surprised by the message the taxi driver sent, a lot of things had to be done in a hurry. 5 - After asking if someone had eaten an onion bagel, Andrea checked whether her breath was fine. Possible answer key:
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Alternatives to Final Exams For many courses of varying format and size, across many disciplines, reasonable alternatives to traditional tests (i.e., paper-based T/F or Multiple Choice) exist. In fact, oftentimes the alternatives may even be advantageous to promote student learning and be more authentic means of students demonstrating what they have learned at the higher levels of Bloom's Taxonomy (synthesis, analysis, evaluation). All such courses should, however, include appropriate summative evaluation activities per COCI policy on (alternatives to) final exams. Paper instead of test A standard alternative to a test, the paper can take many forms. A series of quizzes or chapter tests instead of comprehensive, high-stakes tests Unless there is a solid pedagogical reason for a comprehensive, high-stakes test (i.e., midterm), you might consider a series of shorter tests throughout the semester. Memorandum or briefing Professional presentation Annotated Anthology or course reader Poster Sessions (with peer critique)
30 filmes para entender a história da arte "A arte e nada mais que a arte! Ela é a grande possibilitadora da vida, a grande aliciadora da vida, o grande estimulante da vida." (Friedrich Nietzsche) Já que a arte existe para que a realidade não nos destrua (como dizia Nietzsche), aqui vai uma lista para um melhor entendimento sobre a arte, pintores e momentos históricos. Que agucemos e eduquemos nossa sensibilidade: 1) Carnival in Flanders, 1935 A obra retrata a chegada dos soldados espanhóis a Flandres e aspectos da escola barroca holandesa e espanhola. 2) Rembrandt, 1936 A obra retrata a mudança de vida do pintor Rembrandt e a morte de sua companheira. 3) The moon and sixpence, 1943 Obra adaptada da vida Paul Gauguin. 4) Cinco mulheres ao redor de Utamaro, 1946: adaptação da vida do pintor japonês Utamaro. 5) Moulin Rouge, 1952 Baseada na novela de Pierre La Mure, o filme retrata momentos da vida do pintor Toulouse-Lautrec. 6) Lust for Life, 1956 Adaptação sobre a vida de Vincent Van Gogh. 7) O mistério de Picasso, 1956 11) Caravaggio, 1985
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50 Movies You Have to Watch Before You Die | Thought For Your Penny Movies are an important part of popular culture. You may view them as less refined than books, but the stories are essentially the same. As much an art form as painting, video games, music, and books, movies capture our imagination and show us perspectives we’d never see on our own. 50. Don’t let the fact that The Iron Giant is an animated film starring Vin Diesel fool you – it’s pure cinematic brilliance, a sci-fi film featuring a giant alien robot weapon of mass destruction. Best Quote: Hogarth (Marienthal) “Oh, here. 49. People debate back and forth over which is the best sci-fi “Star” franchise between Star Wars and Star Trek. Best Quote: Darth Vader (James Earl Jones) “Luke…I am your father.” 48. …Then watch the actual best Star Wars movie ever made. Best Quote: Yogurt (Brooks) “May the Schwartz be with you…” 47. But the actual “best” sci-fi Star movie is neither Trek nor Wars; it’s -ship Troopers. Best Quote: Jean Rasczak “This is for all you new people. 46. 45. 44. 43. 42. 41. 9.
The Grammar of TV and Film Zoom. In zooming in the camera does not move; the lens is focussed down from a long-shot to a close-up whilst the picture is still being shown. The subject is magnified, and attention is concentrated on details previously invisible as the shot tightens (contrast tracking). It may be used to surprise the viewer. Following pan. Surveying pan. Tilt. Crab. Tracking (dollying). Hand-held camera. Process shot. Editing Techniques Cut. There is always a reason for a cut, and you should ask yourself what the reason is. Matched cut. continuity of direction; completed action;* a similar centre of attention in the frame; a one-step change of shot size (e.g. long to medium); a change of angle (conventionally at least 30 degrees). *The cut is usually made on an action (for example, a person begins to turn towards a door in one shot; the next shot, taken from the doorway, catches him completing the turn). Jump cut. Motivated cut. Cutting rate. Cutting rhythm. Cross-cut. Cutaway/cutaway shot (CA).