On Monday, March 9, students will present to the class their visual essays on the films of Spielberg. They will also answer any questions their classmates might have about their projects. No worries; this will be a very informal presentation. These are the only rules:
Students should present as a group, and each person in the group should speak at least once. For instance, one student might introduce the project, another might wrap up the project, and another might respond to questions from the class.
Each group's presentation should last no more than 15 minutes. If your group chooses to do a video essay, it should run no more than 6 minutes.
Each group is required to pose at least two questions to the group that presents before it. For example, the Amistad group should be prepared to ask the Schinder's List group at least two questions about its work, argument, choice of technology, etc. The rest of the class may of course chime in afterward.