Lesson 1: You will be divided into groups and each group will get a tricky case. Start by reading and making sure that you have understood it. Then, within the group, discuss the options and what you would have done in the given situation. You do not have to agree. If time, start writing a manuscript.
Lesson 2: Write a manuscript that depicts the scenario. Stop at the critical point of the story. You will not present a solution to the dilemma in your film. Write it in a shared document so that you won't lose time if someone is absent.
Lesson3: At the end of the lesson, hand in your finished manuscript.
Lesson 4: Start filming and act the scenario out. You may leave the school premises, if announced in advance.
Lesson 5: Continue filming.
Lesson 6: Time to edit and plan your presentation.
Lesson 7: Presentation. Se instruction below:
Your group presentation
First, say a few words about the clip you are about to show. After you have shown your dilemma, retell the story roughly to make sure that everyone has understood the dilemma. Then it is up to you to be the spokespersons for the dilemma and lead the discussion. Make sure that everyone (including all Group members as well as the rest of the class) is participating and gets the chance to speak their minds. Finish by telling the audience your point of view.
Anette and Zandra
Elevernas åsikter utifrån utvärdering:
Ett bra sätt att arbeta, där man både fick träna på att presentera, diskutera och göra film.
Intressanta ämnen som är bra att diskutera.
Viktigt att börja jobba redan första lektionen, för annars blir det stressigt.