Instructor

Mr J Cowell

Hi I am Mr J Cowell I have over 25 years experience working in schools and colleges across the UK teaching and leading ICT & Computing. I have extensively worked with schools to deliver bespoke training to help teachers use ICT & Computing as an effective teaching and learning tool. He has recently been training teachers how to use iPads as an effective teaching and learning tool and how to develop their own resources for interactive and immersive teaching and learning and helping teachers to integrate mobile technology into their classrooms. With a robust background in an array of hardware and software I am able to deliver imaginative and learning centered training sessions involving resource creation, photography and media skills, teaching and learning delivery, Video creation, Animation, English, and App creation My main skill and focus is making the technology work for your teaching and learning in your classroom.

Reviews (1)

Zac Greaves

Overview

Planning to write a film review, start by reading some published film reviews. You can find film reviews on the BBC website, listed according to film genre.

Notice what each review is doing and ask yourself what is the purpose of each review?

A film review should have a number of purposes:

  • To inform. The review needs to tell people who is in the film, who it is by and where or when readers can see it.
  • To describe. The review should describe the story, characters and some of the action - without spoiling the plot or giving too much away!
  • To analyse. A good review gives an opinion on whether the film is good or not and why.
  • To advise. Finally, the review should tell the reader whether or not to go and see the film.

Course content

  • Film to review

  • Advice on writing a review

  • Film Review Template

  • Film Review on Tomorowland

  • Film Review on Kingsman

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