Choose a short (<5 min.) clip from a movie that has an interesting (and perhaps unexpected) relationship between the sounds and the images.
You must include a link to the clip (most likely on YouTube) with EXACT start and end timings.
Decide if you would like your audience to see first without hearing or hear first without seeing the clip.
Next, come up with 4-5 guiding questions about the clip for your audience to consider before the first playing.
Your questions should not be deceptive, but should help the audience to take note of the counterpoint between sound and image in the clip as well as any significant/strange choices made by the filmmakers.
Refer to the description of this activity from the textbook Hearing the Movies as a guide: