Earlier this week, I picked up this massive collection of modern movie posters. I would say this is a coffee table book, but your table had better have good legs, because this book is HEAVY. Art of the Modern Movie Poster: International Postwar Style and Design is just my style — tons of pictures and not many words — contained in over full-color, glossy pages. The book showcases the best movie posters from around the globe, primarily focusing on the kinds of imagery you might find in an art exhibit, rather than in a seminar on Photoshop.
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Movie Camera Book Report Project: templates, worksheets, rubric, and more.
If you're faced with the task of promoting a book, you may find yourself limited in what you can do. When looking for something beyond the traditional press release and advertising, a tried and true method for advertising a book is the book poster. An effective book poster can pull in readers by attracting them to the storyline or subject matter and persuade them to spend time with your words or your characters. Decide on the selling point of your book. Is it a nonfiction book aimed at helping people make money?
Create a First-Rate Book Report
Just like an exciting introduction that draws the reader in, the conclusion of a book report needs to wrap up the writer's thoughts and leave the reader wanting to learn more. This requires personal examination and commentary, which is not always easy for middle and high school students. That's why it's important to teach students how to end their reports by reflecting on the characters, themes, setting and plot. They should discuss what they learned or gained from the book and how the themes relate to present-day situations. Students should explain why they would or wouldn't recommend the book to their peers.
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