visual aids: textbooks, BB
Objective: Bringing PP to round off their projects in class. This section includes a sample of
a project task as well as a checklist of procedures for the finalisation of the project.
This is a sample of project Task 1 in its final phase. Finalise projects ( Task One , Two & Three). Put them on a wall sheet for display . ( page 44 )
In project task two PP are assigned the write an E-mail or an SMS to their favourite TV heroes. This can be done in real. Here are some addresses which can allow them to get into contact with actors and actresses :
( for famous actors and actresses.)
b)http://www.eslcafe.com/discussion/wwwboard5/wwwboard.html html ( to discuss movies on a forum.)
lm.com/default.htm (for reviews and information on current films.)
(exchanging opinions about films with other teenage web users.)
PP will print copies of their E-mails or draw internet screenshots including the messages they have sent to and
received from the actors or actresses. They will stick these messages on printed screenshots on their copybooks.
For those who cannot get access to the internet . T. assigns them an alternative project task such as the writing of a letter of enquiry following the same instructions as in the initial/original task.
Here is a sample letter of enquiry:
In response to their letter of enquiry, the learners can imagine to have received
a thank-you note from their favourite actors. It can be presented as follows:
In project task three, PP are asked to make a survey to choose the top five actors/actresses.
This is a sample of a questionnaire, an interview, a survey form for analysis of results, and a written report.
The questionnaire can be used in two ways. PP can hand it to informants (other learners) to fill in , or used in an interview by the interviewer who will himself/herself consign the information that the informants will give
him/her during the interview.
Sample interview (The interviewer takes note on the questionnaire)
Interviewer: Excuse me/Hello, I’ m doing a survey about TV characters. Can you help me?
Interviewee: Yes, of course.
Interviewer: My first question is : “Do you like watching TV?”.
Interviewee: Yes, I do.
Interviewer: I see. And what do prefer watching, sports programmes , documentaries or films?
Interviewee: I am keen on adventure films. I never miss them.
Interviewer: My last question. Which among these is your favourite TV character? Bayouna, Hafidth
Derradji or Hamid Achouri?
Interviewee: I like Hafidth Derraji, but I prefer Hamid Achouri. He is very funny.
Interviewer: Thank you for answering my questions.
Interviewee: You’re welcome.
Young people like watching TV a lot. So we wanted to know why. Twenty teenagers answered our questions. Their age is between 13 and 15. The boys (10) and girls (10) are middle school students. The results are : Girls and boys like watching TV, but they have different TV
viewing habits. Boys like watching documentaries, but girls prefer watching adventure films. Their favourite TV characters are the same. Their top five TV characters are: Hafidth Derraji, Pierre Richard, Bayouna, Hamid Achouri and Fellag. These results suggest that teenagers are sporty and cheerful.