For 40 years, Masterpiece has been known for high-quality adaptations of classics, mysteries, and contemporary literature. Browse more than 30 Teacher's Guides that can help you enhance your teaching by using Masterpiece films in the classroom.
- Film in the Classroom, Revised
This completely updated guide, created for Masterpiece's 40th anniversary, offers fresh ideas and innovative activities for teaching film in today's digital environment. Drawing on a treasure trove of 25 outstanding Masterpiece films, the guide will help you use film not just as an adjunct to literature, but as a tool that can improve students' understanding of media literacy as well as literary elements.
- A Tale of Two Cities
One of the most frequently-taught Dickens novels, A Tale of Two Cities explores issues also associated with other works of Charles Dickens: poverty, oppression, cruelty, social disruption, justice, personal redemption, and class struggle. Use this in-depth guide, along with the Masterpiece film, to help make this timeless tale come alive.
Find general education links to support teaching Masterpiece films in the classroom.
Book & Film Club Guides
Find discussion questions, activities, and resources, plus general tips on creating and running a Masterpiece Book & Film Club.
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