Documentary TranscriptAs student C, I am in charge of the sound which includes the voice over. As a group,we discussed and decided which topic we should cover in each minute. So afterdoing the storyboard , it was then easy to work out what the voice-over would be. Iconsulted with the other members of my group and asked them what they wanted fortheir minute to make sure I’m doing the right thing.The first minute script is all about introducing the topic and getting the viewersinterestedThe second is covering all the topics while establishing our audience and thelocation of the documentaryThe first minute is about University vs. Apprenticeships and covering other optionsstudents available to studentsThe fourth minute is on EMA and the financial cuts students faced and how itaffected them.The fifth and final minute is about youth unemployment and the reasons for that (thegovernment?)
1) Ident : “At 10 o’clock, the new teen drama sensation Skins is on but for now, time for a controversial documentary for students, by students... This is: Being a Student in 2011”2) Adib introducing the documentary “ Hi, I’m Adib Hasan, this is being a student in 2011”3) “The government have trebled the university fees, they have cut EMA , they’ve got rid of it for future generations and they have provided low jobs prospects for students4) “ We are going to be interviewing students...5) “...Career Advisors”6) “We are going to investigate what effects this has for the students and their future”7) “Are the government treating them unfairly?...”8) “...Because if you’re a student in 2011 then your future might be in jeopardy “
1) “ Here we are in the small town of Solihull, on the outskirts of Birmingham2) “We’re visiting the Sixth Form College Solihull to find out first hand how the country’s economic crisis as affected students”3) “ Students are facing growing pressures regarding finance as the government continue to make cuts”4) “University fees trebling to the total of £9000, making it unaffordable for most.”5) “A growing number of students have faced EMA cuts so they are unable to afford the resources they need.”6) “And it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find jobs in these times so it’s impossible for them to fund their own education”
1) “More and more students are rushing to apply to university, there’s been a 5.1 per cent rise in university applications this year but is it really the best option for you?”2) “After speaking to career advisers, it seems that students have a wider range of options to choose from than they first thought...”1) “With the government replacing EMA with the Bursary scheme, we spoke to Sonia Millership to find out what her thoughts are on this topic.”2) “We also spoke to the former EMA advisor, Halyna Wheater and Neil Hattwell the college’s career advisor.”
1) “Youth unemployment has hit a record high, we went around asking students if they are unemployed”2) “It’s been unfortunately recorded that 1.2 million of under 25 years old are unemployed, we asked the students and career advisors if they blame the government for the lack of jobs available for young people” Is it the government’s fault that I’m unemployed?