Eval.Youth.12.18.Film.DVD.TV.WebSeries.book.2018
Please respond to the questions below with both a numeric rating of 1-5( 5=Great; 4=Good; 3=Good; but..; 2 =O K; 1= Not Good) and a detailed explanation. The talking points are meant to guide you in your response. Not all talking points are suitable for all films. Your answers should reflect your own perspectives. Be sure to give specific examples of things that explain your response.
Title of program *
Exactly the same as we have given to you. Don't summarize it because that makes it difficult for us to find it.
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Your full name, first and last *
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Your email address *
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Date of Screening *
The day you watched this
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Your ethnicity (optional)
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Your age *
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Your gender *
1. PLOT SUMMARY: In 40 words or less, describe the story line is all about. *
Explain it as if you were describing it to someone who has never seen it. Remember to include the beginning, middle and end.
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2. Rate APPEAL - How appealing did you find this? How appealing do you think it would be to other kids? *
5=Great; 4=Good; 3=Good; but..; 2 =O K; 1= Not so Good; 0=Terrible
Not so much
Great
What is it about this film that makes it appealing or not appealing? *
Start with a single word or phrase that describes your reaction to it. Then, embellish. Is there a particular character you liked? If so, who and why? Is there a particular scene you liked? Is there a moral to the story that you liked? Would you recommend this to others? Why or why not?
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3. CONTENT: Rate how good the story line is. *
( 5=Great; 4=Good; 3=Good; but..; 2 =O K; 1= Not Good)
Not good
Great
What did you like or dislike about the story line or the content? *
You might want to include who the main characters are and they treat one another. You might comment on any violent or abusive content and whether it is suitable to the story or simply gratuitous. Think about how negative behavior is handled. Is it corrected or is it ignored. How about stereotyping? Are characters negatively stereotyped and if so, how is that handled?
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4. PRODUCTION QUALITY: How would you rate the production quality of this film? (or other types of media) *
( 5=Great; 4=Good; 3=Good; but..; 2 =O K; 1= Not Good
Not good
Great
Tell us about the production elements. ie. cinematography, sound, special effects, sets, music, voices and costumes. *
What outstanding attributes does it have in terms of its production? Are there things that stick out, either positively or negatively? This is your chance to rave about how great the music is, or the cinematography. Point out things that really make this film / media stick out from the rest.
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5. BENEFITS: How would you rate this in terms of learning new things? *
( 5=Great; 4=Good; 3=Good; but..; 2 =O K; 1= Not Good)
No Good
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Did you learn anything new from watching this? *
Did it stimulate you to research, discuss or experiment with something? Did it make you think about something in a different way?
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6. What was your favorite part of the program? *
Your favorite part might be a favorite scene, or music, or character.
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Your final rating. Mark one box below *
This is purely from your perspective, no one else's.
Write a 150 word review that summarizes this worksheet. *
Refer back to the previous questions and include the most relevant in your final review. If you have a lot of things that weren't important, no need to mention them. Mention the aspects that are most relevant to this film/media.
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