Careers in Film Through Maths

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Ages

All ages

Duration

Medium (5-11 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

Maths Made Real: Problem Solve an Assistant Director's Scheduling Crisis

Give your students an exciting film industry experience by working as a Second Assistant Director. This maths activity will creatively draw upon students' numeracy skills, placing their work in a real-world context. They will problem solve their way through a catastrophic scheduling scenario to ensure everyone arrives on time for the shoot.

This resource is aimed for use with pupils aged 7-14 and designed for flexible delivery in a variety of contexts: in subject-specific lessons, specific careers lessons, or during an Into Film Club. 

Download the free resource to inspire your pupils and help broaden their understanding of future job roles available to them.  

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Careers in Film - Maths - Second Assistant Director

An introduction to Second Assistant Direction through Maths activities.

Size: 401 KB

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Video

2nd Assistant Directing through Maths

Alison Goring describes working as a Second AD.

Duration: 3:14 mins

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This Resource Supports

Mathematics

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