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1/2 Scene Analysis and Presentation Working in groups of five, you will analyze a clip from the film Jaws (Steven Spielberg, 1975). The length of clips varies from 3:37 to 6:17 minutes. The results of this analysis are a completed questionnaire (see below) and a five-minute presentation of the group’s findings. First, read carefully all instructions to plan better your work. Instructions 1. Your group has about 20 minutes to analyze the clip based on a questionnaire, and to prepare a presentation based on this analysis. 2. Using this same document, a student representing the group must type the names of teammates, the answers to the questionnaire and upload the document to the folder Film Analysis 0904 on T-Square/Resources. Type answers in bold typeface . Rename and upload this file as SceneName_Analysis.doc . 3. Divide the workload. For instance, if your group has two short scenes, half of the group could pay more attention to one of them and then pass comments to the person collecting the information. But all team members still need to watch the whole clip. Read the
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