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    • STORYBOARDINGPLAN601E VERBAL AND VISUAL: INFORMATION GRAPHICS (SESSION 5)
    • ELEMENTS OF A STORYBOARD
    • SEQUENCE CONTENT SKETCH SCRIPTELEMENTS OF A STORYBOARD
    • PREMISE: FUNDAMENTAL Pose a problem: “An outcast patriarch tries to winCONCEPT THAT DRIVES THE PLOT back his family’s good graces.”
    • PREMISE: FUNDAMENTAL Ask a question: “What if you had to live the sameCONCEPT THAT DRIVES THE PLOT day over and over?”
    • PREMISE: FUNDAMENTAL Trace a route: “Find 100,000 deutsch marks andCONCEPT THAT DRIVES THE PLOT get across town (i.e. the roads not taken).”
    • ACT 1: SET UP – SETTING, CHARACTERS, AND PROBLEM INTRODUCEDConfined to a wheelchair, Jefferies spends the day watching his neighbors. Lisa wants Jefferies,but he acts distracted.ACT 2: TURNING POINT – PROBLEM GETS COMPLEXA neighbor appears to have killed a dog that was digging up the garden; Jefferies thinks the neighbor hasmurdered his wife, but his detective friend doesn’t believe him.ACT 3: DENOUEMENT – CLIMAX HAPPENS AND PROBLEM RESOLVEDJefferies convinces Lisa to sneak into the neighbor’s apartment to find evidence of the murder, but they bothalmost get murdered themselves. Now that she is a co-conspirer, Jefferies agrees to marry Lisa. Lisa is happy. Organize a presentation with three “acts” or “chapters”: 1) set the THREE ACT PLAY characters and context; 2) detail a problem; 3) resolve the problem – narrate with stories not data.
    • ACT 1 MAIN IDEA ACT 2 MAIN IDEA ACT 3 MAIN IDEASTORYBOARDING Steps: 1) make a grid with three acts and write outWITH INDEX CARDS your main idea for each act.
    • PHOTO IDEA FACT OBSERVATION IDEA GRAPH PHOTO FACT DIAGRAM MAP / DRAWING IDEAGRAPH IDEA FACT PHOTO PHOTO GRAPH GRAPH PHOTO FACT PHOTO FACTSTORYBOARDING Steps: 2) write / sketch all of your contentWITH INDEX CARDS onto index cards.
    • IDEA FACT IDEA IDEA PHOTO ACT 1 FACT GRAPH FACT MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING PHOTO PHOTO DIAGRAM IDEA FACT MAP / DRAWING FACT IDEA ACT 2 DIAGRAM PHOTO FACT MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING GRAPH PHOTO PHOTO PHOTO PHOTO IDEA IDEA MAP / DRAWING IDEA ACT 3 MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAP / DRAWING DIAGRAMSTORYBOARDING Steps: 3) place the cards into the grid – groupingWITH INDEX CARDS content based on the ideas you want to express.
    • IDEA FACT IDEA IDEA PHOTO ACT 1 FACT GRAPH FACT MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING PHOTO PHOTO DIAGRAM IDEA FACT MAP / DRAWING FACT IDEA ACT 2 DIAGRAM PHOTO FACT MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING GRAPH PHOTO PHOTO PHOTO PHOTO IDEA IDEA MAP / DRAWING IDEA ACT 3 MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAP / DRAWING DIAGRAMSTORYBOARDING Steps: 4) talk through your presentation – thinking especiallyWITH INDEX CARDS about how you transition from one idea to another.
    • IDEA FACT IDEA IDEA ? PHOTO ACT 1 FACT GRAPH FACT MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING PHOTO PHOTO DIAGRAM IDEA FACT MAP / DRAWING ? FACT IDEA ACT 2 DIAGRAM PHOTO FACT MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING GRAPH PHOTO PHOTO PHOTO ? PHOTO IDEA IDEA MAP / DRAWING IDEA ACT 3 MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAIN IDEA MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAP / DRAWING DIAGRAMSTORYBOARDING Steps: 5) revise – re-sequence / re-group cards; re-visit mainWITH INDEX CARDS ideas; edit and identify gaps in content (data / drawings).
    • Main Idea Supporting Ideas Background / Clarification / ContradictionSTORYBOARDING Steps: 1) draw grid of boxes, leaving column on right for mainON A WHITE BOARD and supporting ideas and background information.
    • Title Title Title Main Idea Message Message Message Title Title Title Supporting Ideas Message Message Message Title Title Title Background / Clarification / Contradiction Message Message MessageSTORYBOARDING Steps: 2) give a title for each box and a message, write mainON A WHITE BOARD ideas and background information in right column.
    • Title Title Title Main Idea IDEA IDEA FACT FACT IDEA FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title Supporting Ideas FACT IDEA FACT FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title Background / Clarification / IDEA Contradiction IDEA FACT Message Message MessageSTORYBOARDING Steps: 3) add content to each box, including graphics andON A WHITE BOARD visual documentation to support the message.
    • Title Title Title Main Idea ? IDEA IDEA FACT FACT IDEA FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title Supporting Ideas FACT IDEA FACT FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title Background / Clarification / IDEA Contradiction IDEA FACT Message Message MessageSTORYBOARDING Steps: 4) talk through your presentation – how do theON A WHITE BOARD transitions work? does the content support the main idea?
    • Title Title Title Main Idea ? IDEA IDEA FACT FACT FACT IDEA FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title Supporting Ideas ? FACT IDEA FACT FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title Background / Clarification / ? IDEA Contradiction IDEA FACT FACT Message Message MessageSTORYBOARDING Steps: 5) revise – re-sequence; re-visit main idea andON A WHITE BOARD messages; edit and identify gaps in content (data / drawings).
    • WRITE A PREMISE 10 BRAINSTORM 3 ACTS / CHAPTERS 10 ORGANIZE STORYBOARD 20 • Main ideas • Inventory graphics / facts • Group ideas / sequence GROUP DISCUSSION 20STORYBOARDING EXERCISE