HSHSP Ep 47: Using Movies as Curriculum

Homeschool Highschool Podcast Episode 47: Using Movies as CurriculumHSHSP Ep 47: Using Movies as Curriculum

Is it a requirement that highschool curriculum be boring? That’s what some teens feel.

How about adding a little inspirational fun to your homeschool highschool curriculum?

Join Sabrina for an interview with her homeschool-graduate son, Sam. Sam studied filmmaking in college (and highschool).

They have a lively conversation about making movies part of the homeschool curriculum to:

-add interest

-increase critical thinking

-enrich literature study

Have fun with Movies as Curriculum! (Photo: Sam White, filmmaker)

Cinema Studies for Literature Learning: A Christmas Carol

 

 

MBFLP – Movies, Media, and Teaching Some Discernment

MBFLP - Movies, Media, and Teaching Discernment

School’s out and the summer movies are releasing! The music and the special effects are amazing, the story lines are gripping — but where are they heading? How can you find the true message woven into the cinema experience? Do your kids know what to look for? This episode, we’ll talk about how we teach our young people to watch and listen with discernment, whether it’s a three-movie epic or a 30-second commercial. We’ll talk about some of our favorite movies, and we’ll share some of the lively discussion we actually have in our family over the popcorn. Plus we have a special limited-time offer to share with our listeners … so join us!

MBFLP – Discernment and the Summer Movies

MBFLP - Discernment and the Summer Movies

 

It’s the summer movie season and lots of our kids are lining up at the Multiplex for one opening night after another. How do you choose appropriate movies for your family, or give reasonable guidance to your youngsters, or is there a framework for a Christian to really engage the cinema at all? Join us for a crash course in how we grapple with the silver screen!

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