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Additional Helpful Background:
      Deep Throat: Hero or Villain
      Other Background Notes
      Use of Light and Image in the Movie

Additional Discussion Questions:
      Subjects (Curriculum Topics)
      Social-Emotional Learning
      Moral-Ethical Emphasis
            (Character Counts)

Additional Assignments

Other Sections:
      Bridges to Reading
      Links to the Internet
      CCSS Anchor Standards
      Selected Awards & Cast
      Bibliography



Additional Helpful Background


DEEP THROAT, HERO OR VILLAIN?


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Additional Discussion Questions

See Discussion Questions for Use With any Film that is a Work of Fiction.



Social-Emotional Learning Discussion Questions


COURAGE

1.   Suggested Response:


TEAMWORK

3.   Suggested Response:



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Moral-Ethical Emphasis Discussion Questions (Character Counts)
(TeachWithMovies.com is a Character Counts "Six Pillars Partner"
and  uses The Six Pillars of Character to organize ethical



TRUSTWORTHINESS

(Be honest; Don't deceive, cheat or steal; Be reliable -- do what you say you'll do; Have the courage to do the right thing; Build a good reputation; Be loyal -- stand by your family, friends and country)

1.  **** Suggested Response: ****

2.  **** Suggested Response: ****



RESPONSIBILITY

(Do what you are supposed to do; Persevere: keep on trying!; Always do your best; Use self-control; Be self-disciplined; Think before you act -- consider the consequences; Be accountable for your choices)


1.  **** Suggested Response: ****

2.  **** Suggested Response: ****



RESPECT

(Treat others with respect; follow the Golden Rule; Be tolerant of differences; Use good manners, not bad language; Be considerate of the feelings of others; Don't threaten, hit or hurt anyone; Deal peacefully with anger, insults and disagreements)


1.  **** Suggested Response: ****

2.  **** Suggested Response: ****

FAIRNESS

(Play by the rules; Take turns and share; Be open-minded; listen to others; Don't take advantage of others; Don't blame others carelessly)


(Additional questions are set out in the "Justice" section above.)

CARING

(Be kind; Be compassionate and show you care; Express gratitude; Forgive others; Help people in need)


1.  **** Suggested Response: ****

2.  **** Suggested Response: ****



CITIZENSHIP

(Do your share to make your school and community better; Cooperate; Get involved in community affairs; Stay informed; vote; Be a good neighbor; Obey laws and rules; Respect authority; Protect the environment; Volunteer)

1.  **** Suggested Response: ****

2.  **** Suggested Response: ****

See also Discussion Questions which Explore Ethical Issues Raised by Any Fim.

Additional Assignments

See Discussion Questions for Use With any Film that is a Work of Fiction.




Photographs

See The Watergate Decade - Illusion and Delusion


Bridges to Reading:



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Links to the Internet:

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Common Core State Standards that can be Served by this Learning Guide
(Anchor Standards only)


Multimedia: Anchor Standard #7 for Reading (for both ELA classes and for History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Classes). (The three Anchor Standards read: "Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media, including visually and quantitatively as well as in words.") CCSS pp. 35 & 60. See also Anchor Standard # 2 for ELA Speaking and Listening, CCSS pg. 48.

Reading: Anchor Standards #s 1, 2, 7 and 8 for Reading and related standards (for both ELA classes and for History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Classes). CCSS pp. 35 & 60.

Writing: Anchor Standards #s 1 - 5 and 7- 10 for Writing and related standards (for both ELA classes and for History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Classes). CCSS pp. 41 & 63.

Speaking and Listening: Anchor Standards #s 1 - 3 (for ELA classes). CCSS pg. 48.

Not all assignments reach all Anchor Standards. Teachers are encouraged to review the specific standards to make sure that over the term all standards are met.


Selected Awards, Cast and Director:

Selected Awards: 2013 Annie Awards: Best Animated Effects in an Animated Production; Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production;

Featured Actors:

Director:

Bibliography:

In addition to websites which may be linked in the Guide and selected film reviews listed on the Movie Review Query Engine, the following resources were consulted in the preparation of this Learning Guide:









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