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Multiple Choice Questions for Ch. 3   1.According to Stephen Krashen’s hypotheses of second-language acquisition, all of the following are true, except: a.Learning a language is considered a natural process while acquisition of a language is a more formal, classroom-centered process. b.Greater language acquisition occurs in a relaxed classroom. c.The order of acquisition or grammar.
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  True / False Questions 11. In , Welles makes the narrator, Thompson, almost unidentifiable through the use of low-key lighting and staging choices. 12. Parallelism, an important feature in many great films, is surprisingly absent from . 13. Welles makes the important newsreel sequence distinctive by using a number of techniques that do.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. Sounds perform many functions in film including A. prodding the audience to form expectations. B. giving new value to silence. C. steering the viewer's attention within an image. D. All the answers are correct. 2. Which of the following is NOT one of the three major perceptual properties of film sound? A. Volume B..
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. People today have difficulty understanding older films most often because those films A. operate according to different conventions. B. are not as visually well-crafted as modern movies. C. involve romantic plots that do not appeal to contemporary sensibilities. D. lack action sequences and are very slow paced. 2. Which of the following.
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  True / False Questions 31. The two most basic types of light in a scene are the key and the rim. 32. Georges Méliès's "Star-Film" studio was designed to give him control over every aspect of mise-en-scene. 33. Animated films, like live-action films, have mise-en-scene. 34. Unplanned events that are filmed by accident are.
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  21. Digital intra-frame editing allows filmmakers to alter space by A. intercutting two unrelated images to imply a compression of time as well as space. B. layering parts of different shots into a single shot. C. splicing together multiple frames and using traveling mattes to produce a fast-forward effect. D. utilizing mismatched shots in.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. A film is a documentary if it A. is labeled as such. B. records events precisely as they occur. C. contains no staged re-creations. D. consists only of verifiable truths. 2. can best be defined as films that A. imitate the conventions of documentaries, often for comedic effects, but do not pretend to.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. What is the term for the relationships among the parts of a film? A. Pattern B. Form C. Structure D. Plot 2. Events involving characters that form a film's story is/are the A. narrative elements. B. stylistic elements. C. cinematic structure. D. content. 3. Surprise generally results from A. an expectation that is fulfilled late in a film. B..
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  True / False Questions 9. The Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers film is an example of the backstage musical. 10. The typical Western thematically places the hero between savagery and civilization. 11. The periods of time during which a given genre is popular are called "cycles." 12. Filmmakers avoid mixing the conventions of more than one.
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  Short Answer Questions for Ch. 2   1.List and briefly describe the four domains of Charlotte Danielson’s framework for teaching.   2.Literacy-rich environments are classroom settings that promote language and literacy learning. What are the four perspectives that contribute to the foundations of knowledge regarding the relationship and children’s literacy development (according to Morrow,.
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  True / False Questions 29. Fact-based films such as , , and are considered documentaries because they deal with real events. 30. Although documentaries often record events as they are occurring, sometimes events in a documentary may be staged. 31. or "cinema-truth" is another term for direct-cinema documentary. 32. When a documentary filmmaker wants.
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  21. "Restricted" narration is commonly used in A. mystery films. B. documentaries. C. classical films. D. biographical films. 22. Classical filmmakers prefer that the end of a film A. set up the possibility for a sequel. B. bring closure. C. leave some degree of mystery. D. pose a question to spectators. 23. The agent who tells the story in a.
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  41. Soft, high-key lighting is associated with mystery stories, crime films, and . 42. According to , realism is the most useful standard for evaluating actors' performances. 43. Since the advent of sound, it is less important for actors to use their eyes, brow, and mouth to express character emotions. 44. German Expressionist.
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  True / False Questions 31. Narrative form can be used in documentary films. 32. The opening scene of contains no nondiegetic elements. 33. Howard Hawks's is an example of objective, highly restricted narration. 34. In a narrative film, plot duration is always equal to story duration. 35. A point-of-view shot is an example of perceptual.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. A genre's iconography consists of A. its typical plot patterns. B. its use of recurring themes. C. the sum of all its editing conventions. D. its characteristic objects, settings, and stars. 2. John Ford's is a major example of which genre? A. The Western B. The detective story C. The science-fiction film D. The musical 3. Which.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. In a narrative film, an element is nondiegetic if it A. does not contribute to the cause-effect flow of the events. B. is off-screen rather than on-screen. C. is not part of the world of the depicted narrative. D. is not directly presented in the plot but can be inferred. 2. As.
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  Application Questions for Ch. 1   1.According to Principle 1: The Integrated Language Arts, the language arts naturally integrate reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, and visual representation both within literacy lessons and across the disciplines.  Create an instructional plan for a literacy lesson that integrates the six language arts.  Make sure to.
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  11. A written outline that details the major and minor parts of a film, marking the parts by numbers and letters, is a A. script. B. segmentation. C. form plan. D. blueprint. 12. A delay in the fulfillment of an established expectation creates A. frustration. B. suspense. C. confusion. D. surprise. 13. Comparing the beginning with the ending of a.
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  11. Aerial perspective suggests depth by A. making more distant planes seem hazier than closer ones. B. creating a high angle that makes parallel lines meet at the horizon. C. composing a shot that makes the sky dominate the image. D. filming from directly above a character or a setting. 12. Size diminution suggests depth.
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  21. Animated films are distinguished from live-action ones by the kinds of work done at the ______ stage. A. development B. pre-production C. production D. post-production 22. In animation, are A. segments of the storyboard. B. clear rectangular sheets of celluloid. C. sections within the script. D. areas of the screen on which images are drawn. 23. Cheaper animated productions,.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. What are salient stylistic techniques? A. Techniques that can be noted and named B. A confusing choice a filmmaker made C. The important techniques the film most relies on to create its style D. Costume choices 2. What can limit the stylistic choices of a filmmaker? A. Fashion trends B. Viewers' tastes C. Technology D. All.
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  True / False Questions 26. "Meaning" refers to what a film says or suggests. 27. Genres are unaffected by conventions. 28. Emotions represented in a film are usually experienced by the audience as well. 29. is a set of values characteristic of a whole society. 30. Curiosity is a feeling of expectation that results when.
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  True / False Questions 31. A low-contrast image displays a wide range of grays. 32. The range of tonalities in the image is most crucially affected by the exposure of the image during filming. 33. Slow motion is achieved by decreasing the number of frames per second shot. 34. Wide-angle lenses are also referred.
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  41. Non-character narrators are common in documentaries. 42. A classical narrative usually involves a blocking element, or an opposition that creates conflict for the protagonist. 43. In classical films, characters rarely achieve their goals through changing their situations or attitudes. 44. A common pattern of plot development involves a character gaining knowledge as.
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  41. Michael Mann and his cinematographers decided to shoot much of the film on high-definition digital cameras in part because of their high sensitivity to light. 42. A studio pursuing a platforming strategy will open a film at the same time in many cities and towns. 43. By selling movies as online.
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  39. Blitz's and Hitchcock's not only share the same film title but are also both considered fictional films. 40. Films that present strong opinions and make weak arguments without reliable research cannot be considered documentaries; instead, they are considered fiction. 41. uses almost no recognizable human speech. 42. Animated documentaries are usually instructional.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. Which of the following is NOT considered part of a shot's mise-en-scene? A. The actors' movements B. The camera's angle on the action C. Objects visible in the distance D. The shadows 2. A major example of a nonrealistic and expressionistic set design is A. Greed. B. Intolerance. C. The Spider's Stratagem. D. The Cabinet of.
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Multiple Choice Questions for Ch. 1   1.Which of the following statements best describes the content perspective upon which the IRA/NCTE Standards for the English Language Arts are built? a.The content perspective addresses how students are motivated and engaged by the increased use of visual literacy in the language arts. b.The content perspective addresses.
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  11. The opening scene of showing the office of detective Sam Space contains examples of what type of editing? A. Crosscutting between Sam's office and the bridger B. Montage sequence of Effie's childhood C. Rhythmic cutting between the office window and Effie's entrance D. Shot/reverse shot during the conversation between Effie and Sam 12. The.
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  Application Questions for Ch. 2     1.Charlotte Danielson focuses on five aspects of the classroom environment that clarify the importance of the language arts classroom in setting the tone for learning and self-esteem: (1) an environment of respect and rapport, (2) a culture for learning, (3) classroom procedures, (4) student behavior, and.
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  21. Which group of filmmakers is typically associated with the long take? A. Orson Welles, Kenji Mizoguchi, Andy Warhol, and Gus van Sant B. Howard Hawks, Buster Keaton, Robert Bresson, and Louis Lumière C. Georges Méliès, Akira Kurosawa, Abel Gance, and Sergei Eisenstein D. Erich von Stroheim, Samuel Fuller, Alain Resnais, and Richard Lester 22..
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  11. A significant example of rhetorical documentary form is A. Godfrey Reggio's B. Pare Lorentz's C. Kenneth Anger's D. Les Blank's 12. Which of the following is NOT one of the ways that Pare Lorentz builds viewers' trust in ? A. The narrator's rich voice, which makes him sound trustworthy B. Extensive use.
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  11. Slices of glass or gelatin placed in front of the lens of a camera to prevent certain frequencies of light from reaching the film are called A. toners. B. blockers. C. exposures. D. filters. 12. Which of the following describes a type of widescreen image? A. Hard matte B. Composite image C. Full-frame D. Academy ratio 13. An anamorphic.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. An ordinary modern Hollywood film typically contains about A. 100 to 200 shots. B. 5,000 to 10,000 shots. C. 40,000 to 50,000 shots. D. 1,000 to 3,000 shots. 2. Which of the following is NOT a type of transition from one shot to another? A. A dissolve B. A glide C. A wipe D. A fade 3..
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  11. The film movement that emphasized bizarre and evocative imagery while attacking traditional notions of causality and coherence was known as A. Impressionism. B. Expressionism. C. Surrealism. D. Dadaism. 12. Expressionism, Impressionism, and Surrealism were all finished as film movements by about A. 1910. B. 1920. C. 1930. D. 1940. 13. Which of the following was a serious problem faced.
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  True / False Questions 29. A dialogue overlap is when a line of dialogue continues across a cut. 30. To aid in synchronization, the soundtracks of animated films are recorded after all the images are completed. 31. The final battle scene of uses a dense mix of sound effects without music. 32. Foley sound.
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Multiple Choice Questions 1. Technicolor was notable for A. its soft, warm pastels. B. its ease of use during shooting. C. its rich, saturated hues. D. its need for less light than earlier color processes. 2. Tinting and toning are A. printing techniques used to correct flaws in an image's color. B. makeup used to adjust skin tones.
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Multiple Choice Questions for Ch. 2   1.What would you expect teachers who are effective in the domain of professional responsibilities to be doing? a.Reflect continuously on instruction and hold professional membership in state and national organizations. b.Provide little or no information to families and make no attempt to engage them in the instructional.
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  Short Answer Questions for Ch. 1   1.List and explain the six language arts.   2.List and explain four stages of intellectual or cognitive development according to Piaget.   3.Explain Vygotsky’s concept of the zone of proximal development.   4.Explain the three assumptions of the response-based perspective?   5.What are some positive consequences that have resulted from expanding the concept.
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  38. Flashbacks are the most common departure from a 1-2-3 temporal order in Hollywood continuity films. 39. Overlapping editing expands story duration. 40. In the sequence at the gas station in , Hitchcock utilizes a long and slow camera movement to reframe the complex action. 41. Editing is the most effective technique for.
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  21. "Performance capture" focuses on filming A. the whole body. B. the face. C. background images. D. unexpected events. 22. The easiest way for a filmmaker to achieve compositional balance is to A. focus on figures on the right or the left. B. make the shot as wide as possible. C. center the frame on the human body. D..
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  21. Unlike the Soviet Montage filmmakers of the 1920s, the Italian Neorealists were A. opponents of filming outside the studio and wanted to craft intricate realistic sets. B. experienced filmmakers who had studied Hollywood and European film traditions and knew each other. C. dedicated to experimentation and innovation in editing, but worried about.
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  True / False Questions 34. In contrast to , shorter-lived trends in film are known as . 35. Thomas Edison was quick to understand that movies would one day be a big business. 36. By the late 1910s the Hollywood studio system had come into existence. 37. was a commercial success that helped popularize.
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  11. The newsreel sequence in A. provides the only presentation of the events in Kane's life in perfect chronological order. B. presents a brief version of narrative events in roughly the same order as the film does. C. summarizes events spectators have already seen in flashback and provides a crucial clue to.
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