Project WorkLearning outcomesProject ideasFAQShort film project: OverviewScopePlanningPreparationFinalising and follow-upEvaluationLessons: 123456789101112131415Deliverables: Main ideaProgress reportOutline ScriptReferencesPowerPointPortfolio
A practical guide to running a successful 30-hour (15-lesson) short film project in English with (pre-)intermediate students: planning, lessons, evaluation, deliverables, samples and experiences, plus ideas for other projects.

Lesson 10 Feedback Presentation

teams receive presentation feedback
Feedback presentation project progress and outline. Teams watch part of the video of their project progress and outline presentations with the teacher and criticise themselves and each other. Teacher gives feedback on the presentation, and informs them of their score. The teacher also returns the corrected PowerPoint presentation.

Write short film scripts (4/5). Teams correct the mistakes in made in the previous lesson's script and type a new draft in MS Word. Teams also start writing new scene(s) of their film by hand.

Record/edit short film (3/5). After practising the pronunciation with the teacher in class, teams start recording the parts of the scripts that were approved by the teacher. Recording is done outside class. In class they can edit the scenes they recorded earlier.

Write progress report. Discuss progress and planning. Teams plan their work, fill in the PR and discuss the report with their teacher in English.

Collect documents in portfolio. Teams collect their PR, printed PowerPoint with teacher comments, corrected drafts and final (approved) scripts in their portfolio.