Yesterday, we took stock of how well you are progressing in the Writing for the Screen lessons and you were able to say what you felt confident, secure and unsure about. Then you were put into groups according to what you felt you were able to do well, and tasked with explaining your given topic to the rest of the class. This way, you’d be able to share your understanding with your peers in a way that was perhaps more effective than the teacher directing the learning.
SO, your home learning is this: reflect on how well the presentations went in the comments box below. What went well and how could they (and the learning they were supposed to help) be improved. Ultimately, did peer-teaching help you understand film scripts better? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please enter your comments in the box below by Monday 1 July.