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Science Fiction and Fantasy
Edward Scissorhands is a misunderstood soul - kind at heart and craving love but cursed with having scissors for hands after his inventor failed to give him a proper human pair. After the inventor dies and he finds himself in a tight-knit small town, he is taken in by Avon lady Peg and finds himself attracted to her daughter, Kim. Edward is finally appreciated after locals realise his talent for hedge trimming and hair cutting, but his acceptance short lived after an accident and his new found "friends" turn their back on this misfit.
This resource teaches secondary students valuable social skills like acceptance and empathy through the film Edward Scissorhands.
This is a teaching resource written by CCEA's senior exam team, with Into Film in support of the GCE Moving Image Arts specification.
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7+ years 74 mins
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11+ years 68 mins
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14+ years 121 mins
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Former head of history Daryn Simon explores how film can help young people to become increasingly active and thoughtful citizens.
Reading time 4 mins
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