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Follow the outline, keep your writing concise and to the point.  Do not try and baffle me with B.S.  Don’t waste your time – get to the point.  I would expect the word count to be 200-500 words, which is about 1 page double spaced.

The Title of the Film and      why you chose it.  (5 points)
Director, Leading      actors/actresses and brief Summary of the plot.  (5 points)
Who was favorite      actor/actress in the film and discuss who did a good job and who did      not. Use specific details.   Or you could talk about      your least favorite actor or actress. (10 Points)
Talk about what you liked      about the movie and what you did not like.  Be sure to include      specific details and scenes.   You need specific examples      which could include dialogue, if appropriate, to support what      you liked or did not like. (10 Points)
What lessons did you learn      from this story (10 points)
Grammar/Sentence Structure      (5 points)Category VII Documentaries, Suggested Due Date: 10/16

Follow the outline, keep your writing concise and to the point.  Do not try and baffle me with B.S.  Don’t waste your time – get to the point.  I would expect the word count to be 200-500 words, which is about 1 page double spaced.
I. The Title of the Film and why you chose it.  (5 points)

II. Director, Leading actors/actresses and brief Summary of the plot.  (5 points)

III. Who was favorite actor/actress in the film and discuss who did a good job and who did not. Use specific details.   Or you could talk about your least favorite actor or actress. (10 Points)

IV. Talk about what you liked about the movie and what you did not like.  Be sure to include specific details and scenes.   You need specific examples which could include dialogue, if appropriate, to support what you liked or did not like. (10 Points)

V. What lessons did you learn from this story (10 points)

VI. Grammar/Sentence Structure (5 points)

Category VII Documentaries

Select 1 film from this category

Title

Sport

Comment

The Perfect Game

Baseball

The 1st Non-US team to win the Little League World Series

The Heart of the Game

Basketball

Documentary following the Roosevelt Rough Riders women’s basketball team.  Narrated by Ludacris

Training Rules: No Drinking, No Drugs, No Lesbians
 
This would be good to pair with the Mighty Macs, because it is about one of the players from that team

Basketball

Documentary of Coach Rene Portland (who was one of the players on the Mighty Macs) and her homophobic attitude towards her athletes

Rock With Wings

Basketball Women’s High School

Documentary of Edge of America, the real story the two films are interesting to compare This film is available on BbLearn

T-Rex

Boxing

Documentary about Claressa Shields, the first Olympic gold medal winner for women’s boxing

Racing the Rez

Cross-Country

Chronicles the real life of some very gifted runners from the Navajo Nation.  Very inspirational. This film is available on Bblearn

Black Ballerina

Dance

The story of black dancers it an almost all white sport.

The Mind of Aaron Hernandez
This would be good film to view after watching Concussion

Football

3-part series about Aaron Hernandez.  You have to watch all 3 episodes which is about 3 hours of view time

Beth Hamilton (good pairing with Soul Surfer)

Surfing

The documentary about Beth Hamilton the surfer that the film Soul Surfer was about.

Touch the Wall

Swimming

The story of Missy Franklin

Althea Gibson
 

Tennis

First African American athlete in professional tennis1

Arthur Ash: Citizen of the World

Tennis

Great film about the 1st Black Man in Professional Tennis (not the 1st Black person).  This is very hard to find.

Marion Jones: Press Pause

Track and Field

The story of Marion Jones being stripped of her medals.

Fire on the Track

Track and Field

The life one of the most gifted dis

  
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