Films have proven to have significant impact on the ways in which we perceive or make sense of the society in which we live in. In an increasingly post-literate society, where aliteracy is becoming commonplace, there is no doubt that film is considered to be a major medium in the ways in which people inform and educate themselves. The use of film as a tool to understand history is becoming a popular approach and is a much-debated topic among historians who question the legitimacy of using films as
article introduced the RISE model to motivate students. It encompasses “Relevant subject matter, Interesting instruction, Satisfied learner, and Expectations of success. Beers, K.G., (1996). No time, no interest, no way! the three voices of aliteracy: pt. 2. School Library Journal, 42(3), 110-113. Beers discusses the three identifiable characteristics in a child that is not interested in learning: inactivity, lack of dedication, and non-motivation.