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FILMS UNDERTAKEN WITH BROAD

UNDERSTANDING (FUBU)

I. MOVIE SUMMARY
A. Every Child is Special

Ishaan Nandkishore Awasthi, an 8-year-old boy who is not doing well in school. He
consistently failed in all of his exams and keeps this a secret from his family. He seems not to
mind whenever he is asked with his test results. He is usually caught by his teacher day
dreaming, and when one time he was asked to read, he wasn’t able to do so, and said that the
letters were “dancing”. This made his classmates laugh at him and his teacher sent out him out of
the class as punishment. Despite Ishaan’s poor academic performance, he is a gifted child with
artistic talents. His creative works can be seen in their home. He is very talented in painting and
drawing.

One day, Ishan had cut classes and went roaming around town all alone. He wandered the
streets all by himself. Because of skipping his classes, Ishaan convinced his older brother Yohan
to write him an excuse letter, forging his mother’s signature, so he could give it to his teacher.
This was to cover him up of being not able to attend school and not working on his assignment.

His father found out about it and got really mad. When his parent’s visited Ishaan’s school,
they’ve found out his poor performance and his teacher even compared him to his older brother.
The school head even suggested sending Ishaan to a special school, a school for the retard
because of his behavior in school. But his father could not accept that he’s youngest son is a
retard and his mother felt useless, after sacrificing his job and career for her sons, it seems
nothing has happened with her effort. Ishaan’s father decided to enroll him to an all-boys school
to be disciplined, against Ishan’s will. Being separated from his family and being in a new school
didn’t help Ishaan at all. It only made him feel lonelier and sadder. He only felt rejection.

Things are no different in his new school. His academic performance never improved. His
new teachers still perceived him as idiot, dumb, lazy or king of the morons. Ishaan even lost his
interest on things that he loved most, drawing and painting. He didn’t even mind the art materials
given to him by his older brother. He just hid it in the drawer.

Until Ram Shankar Nikumbh, a substitute teacher burst into the scene. He infers the students
with joy and optimism. He breaks all the rules of ‘how things are done’ by asking them to think,
dream, and imagine. All of the children responded, all except for Ishaan. He never even painted a
single thing when Nikumbh asked them to do so.

B. The Reader

II. MOVIE REVIEW


A. Story Plot
B. Characters
C. Actors
D. Directors
E. Film Quality
F. Message

III. CHARACTER IN ME
IV. MOVIE ON MOVE
V. RUBRIC

Possible Point(s)
Evaluation
Criteria
Score
10 7 4 1

Shows a
Shows a Substantial
substantial evidence of
evidence of learning by
learning by reflecting
Discusses the Show no
reflecting on on the
relevant parts relevant
the highlights highlights
Content of the films discussion
of the films; of the films
but lacks and shows no
cites genuine and
genuineness learning at all
and related analyzes
experiences those
with the significant
movies parts with
genuineness

There is a There is a
smooth flow mediocre Shows poor
of ideas by flow of organizational
using cohesive ideas by skill and Lacks
Cohesion devices; points using points of ideas organizational
of the content cohesive to are not skills
are connect strategically
impeccably another arranged
organized. idea

Word choice
effectively
translates a
Word
clear and
choice Shows Lacks clarity
meaningful
translates comprehensive and creativity
idea; shows a
Clarity ideas that ideas with the with the
comprehensive
are either choice of choice of
discussion;
highfalutin words words
uses words
or banal
creatively and
provides
impact
Shows
Adheres to the Oftentimes
Technicality Rarely observe innumerable
technical observe the
(Spelling, the technical deviations on
aspect of the technical
Capitalization, aspect of the technical
written aspect of
Punctuation and written aspect of
language the written
Grammar) language written
language
language

Submits the Submits the Submits the Submits the


requirement requirement requirement requirement a
Timeliness on or before a day after two or four week after the
deadline the deadline days after the deadline
deadline

Total

Submitted by: Geniston, Gretchen Vanessa G. BSEd III- Mathematics

Submitted to: MARIA CHANDE D. BULA, LPT


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