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Teaching Literacy Through Film with Into Film and Picturehouse Education | Dan Brown

Teaching Literacy Through Film
Into Film and Picturehouse Education invite teachers of Key Stages One and Two to a free training session.

Participants will be introduced to various film making tools and techniques including the 3Cs (colour, camera, character) and 3Ss (sound, story, setting) in order to develop pupils’ literacy skills and work with film to contextualise, decode, infer, deduct, analyse and encode meaning from a range of texts. 28 more words

WORLD BOOK DAY 2016 | Dan Brown

To celebrate this years World Book Day we’re offering school screenings of Eleanor’s Secret and The Iron Giant on the morning of 3rd March. Don’t forget to dress up as your favourite storybook characters for your screening – if you send in your pictures, you could win a bumper pack of 50 books for your school library! 52 more words

Book Review: Inferno by Dan Brown

Inferno by Dan Brown
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

There’s nothing quite like an author desperately trying to establish their literary cred by referencing classic works of fiction. 442 more words

Tyson Adams

wabah adalah cara terbaik untuk mengatasi overpopulasi

Judul : Inferno

Penulis : Dan Brown

Penerjemah : Ingrid Dwijani Nimpoeno dan Berliani Mantili Nugrahani

Penerbit : Bentang

Tahun Terbit : 2013

Tebal : 644 Halaman… 514 more words


10 Word Review - Angels and Demons (book)

Storytelling. Pace. Story. Characters. Mystery. Propelled. Clues. Fluff. Fun. Yes.

In My Opinion

The Voter

any votes here,

shake of the head,


check the register,

unemployed neighborhood,

large company facade,

going to enjoy this,

food is good here,

well political friends, 28 more words


Saint Sulpice – Paris

While in Paris last year, we revisited the church of St Sulpice, where you can see the gnomon that appears in Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code. 44 more words