One approach is to build upon traditional notions of musicality by embracing sound technologies and other extra-musical elements such as video and theatricality. This chapter suggests teaching strategies that enhance the facilitation of such approaches to performance as well as thinking through the distinct pedagogical needs of students presenting this kind of work for feedback and examination. It addresses concrete strategies to encourage student performers to expand and augment their existing performance practice with a toolkit of creative strategies and methods of presentation. Contemporary music has become an increasingly visual medium. Students specialising in electroacoustic performance come in to the subject with a preliminary grounding in concepts such as synthesis, algorithmic music, interaction design, hyper-instruments and performance systems interfacing. An issue raised by studying these films and the associated music collection is choosing music that allows the audience to embrace the world of the film. Students are assessed on both their workshop presentation and on giving feedback to their peers.