Vaughn Scribner, Ph.D.Assistant Professor, University of Central Arkansas
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Cinema is a key facet of my teaching methodology. With so many learning styles present in any given classroom, film not only allows certain students to learn in a more effective way, but provides all the opportunity to critically analyze issues we have covered in class from a different angle. Such cinema almost always elicits fruitful, thoughtful discussion (and sometimes heated debate). Embodying issues ranging from the myth of the "pristine" pre-Columbian world, to race, violence, and revolution, the following clips are some of my most effective and favorite.