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Drew's Script-O-Rama Movie Scripts - Drew

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5 to 12
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For complete scripts of hundreds of movies, check here. Many have stage directions and producer/director notes as well as actual actor/actress parts. There is no charge for downloading,...more
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For complete scripts of hundreds of movies, check here. Many have stage directions and producer/director notes as well as actual actor/actress parts. There is no charge for downloading, and the site works fairly quickly.Teach script-writing or use the scripts to help your ESL students understand films they will be watching.

tag(s): acting (27), movies (63)

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As part of your film-study class or a lit class, ask students to analyze the differences between dialog written in prose and in script form. What does the script do that a book passage cannot? If you do teach film, this site is a MUST link from your teacher web page.

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