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Module by: Peter Abboud. E-mail the author

Table 1
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
      DAY ONE  
      ROLL OUT PROJECT!-Group Contracts-Group Brainstorming  
DAY TWO DAY THREE   DAY FOUR  
-Continue group brainstorming... Group Pitch Due Today -Individual Character Focus: Emotional Mini-bio   -Screenwriting Tips & Tricks -Discuss Individual Scene/Script Rubric -Individual Scene Outline -Work on Individual Scenes  
DAY FIVE DAY SIX   DAY SEVEN  
-Work on Individual Scenes Individual Scenes Due Today -Group chooses scene -Prepare for performance   -Discuss Group Presentation Rubric -Performance/Film Schedule -Rehearsals -Filming/Editing -Prepare for performance  
DAY EIGHT DAY NINE   DAY TEN  
-Rehearsals -Filming/Editing -Prepare for performance -Rehearsals -Filming/Editing -Prepare for performance   PRESENTATIONS -Project Debrief -Collaboration Evaluations  

 

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