Known for his realistic depictions of violence as much as anything else, Scorsese is a filmmaker whose work is easily dismissed by teachers as inappropriate. Contrary to such beliefs, explains Susan Bye, the director's body of work offers countless invaluable learning opportunities, from his classroom-friendly films, to select scenes from the more violent texts, to his tireless championing of media literacy education.
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