Putman Storyboard EDET603

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This is my storyboard for my final project, which is a public service announcement about secondary school students' right to read.

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  1. 1. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read Title Screen Screen 1 of 14Background: Narration: noneBlue Sky with White Clouds Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font:White/Footlight MTLight/80Actual text: For the Love of Books:For the Love of Books: Audio: CelebrateCelebrate "Goodbye War, Hello Your Right to ReadYour Right Peace" by teruto ReadTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: title fades inAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  2. 2. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read Some People Don’t Have the Freedom to Read: 1940 Germany Literary Purge Screen 2 of 14Background: Narration:Black Throughout history, Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font: banning books has been a way to restrict cultural,White/Footlight MT social, ethnic andLight/48 political differences Text “1940” (fade in and out)Actual text: Text “Germany” (fade in and out)1940 (fade in and out) Text: “All books not related to Nazi ideology were confiscated and destroyed.”Germany (fade in and out) Image of book burnings in Nazi Germany appears on screenAll books not related to Audio:Nazi ideology were "Goodbye War, Helloconfiscated and destroyed. Peace" by teruTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadesAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  3. 3. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read Some People Don’t Have the Freedom to Read: 2003 Cuba Screen 3 of 14Background: Narration: noneBlack Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font:White/Footlight MTLight/48 Text “2003” (fade in and out) Text “Cuba” (fade in and out)Actual text: Cuba (fade in and out) Text: “The Cuban government destroyed thousands of written Audio: "Goodbye War, documents, including the speeches by Martin Luther King and 2003 (fade in and out) Hello Peace" by teru copies of the US Constitution.”The Cuban government Image of Martin Luther King (fade)destroyed thousands of Image of the US Constitutionwritten documents,including the speeches byMartin Luther King andcopies of the USConstitution.Transition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadesAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  4. 4. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read Some People Don’t Have the Freedom to Read: 2006 US Screen 4 of 14Background: Narration: noneBlack Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font:White/Footlight MTLight/48 2006 (fade in and out)Actual text: United States of America (fade in and out)2006 (fade in and out) Audio: "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by teru Harry Potter was banned and burned under the direction ofUnited States of America churches in New Mexico and South Carolina.(fade in and out) Image of a Harry Potter bookHarry Potter was bannedand burned under thedirection of churches inNew Mexico and SouthCarolina.Transition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  5. 5. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read US Constitutional Right to Read: First Amendment Screen 5 of 14Background: Narration:Blue Sky with White Clouds “Congress shall make no Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font: law respecting an establishment of religion,White/Footlight MT or prohibiting the free Know your rights. (fade in and out)Light/32 Americans have a Constitutional right to read. (fade in and out) exercise thereof; or It’s call freedom of the press. (fade in and out) abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; Image of the First Amendment or the right of the people (appears along with voiced narration peaceably to assemble,Actual text: with superimposed subtitle as follows) and to petition the Government for aKnow your rights. This freedom of the press gives us the right to distribute redress of grievances.” literature and it protects our right to receive it.Americans have aConstitutional right toread. Audio: "Goodbye War,It’s call freedom of the Hello Peace" by terupressThis freedom of the pressgives us the right todistribute literature and itprotects our right toreceive it.Transition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  6. 6. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read US Constitutional Right to Read: Board vs. Pico Screen 6 of 14Background: Narration: These FirstBlue Sky with White Clouds Amendment rights are not just for adults. Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font: Students have first amendment rights too.White/Footlight MT The Supreme Court hasLight/48 tackled the issue of censorship in school 1982 (fade in and out) libraries, ruling that schools can’t ban books Board of Education v. Pico (fade in and out)Actual text: simply because they disagree with certain Supreme Court ruling limits the power of school boards to1982 (fade in and out) ideas. They can remove remove library books (fades in and out) books from the library ifBoard of Education, Island they are not Images of students reading (chosen from EDET603 videotrees Union free School educationally suitable as activity three selection)District v. Pico (fade in and long as the motivation isout) for reasons other than content. In other words, school officials can’t remove a book from a school library simply because they do not like the book’s message. Audio: "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by teruTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  7. 7. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read With Rights Come Responsibilities: School Selection Policies Screen 7 of 14Blue Sky with White Clouds Narration: Of course, some books are notColor/Type/Size of Font: appropriate for school Screen size: 4:3 libraries. Materials shouldWhite/Footlight MT be educationally suitable.Light/48 Your school district and your school have a selection policy for With Rights Come Responsibilities (fade in) choosing materials thatActual text: are suitable for your School Selection PoliciesWith Rights Come library. Basically, if aResponsibilities: book is age appropriate Images of various books from the library collectionSchool Selection Policies and there are students who would benefit from reading it, then it is suitable for our school library. Audio: noneTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  8. 8. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read With Rights Come Responsibilities: School Challenge Policies Screen 8 of 14Background: Blue Sky with Narration:White Clouds Parents and members of the community Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font: sometimes challenge the materials that are inWhite/Footlight MT school libraries. WhenLight/48 this happens, your school district and your school have a challenge policy for anyone who believes an item is not With Rights Come Responsibilities (fade in)Actual text: educationally suitableWith Rights Come and wants to argue to School Challenge PoliciesResponsibilities (fade in) have it removed. They must follow the proper Images of various books that are frequently challengedSchool Challenge Policies procedures to argue their case for having the bookImages of various books removed. Again, theirthat are frequently reasons cannot be simplychallenged because they do not like the content. They must prove the book is not age appropriate and that no student would benefit from reading it Audio: noneTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  9. 9. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read How Can We Access Materials? Book Stores Screen 9 of 14Background: Blue Sky with Narration:White Clouds As you saw earlier, Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font: sometimes, access to books is limited in otherWhite/Footlight MT countries and sometimesLight/48 even in America. How Can We Access Materials? (fade in) But now you know youActual text: have a right to read. Book stores (fade in after narration)How Can We Access So keep in mind that Images of various local bookstoresMaterials? books are everywhere! Logos for online bookstoresBook stores You can browse thousands and thousands of books at your local bookstores or at online bookstores. Audio: "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by teruTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadesAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  10. 10. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read How Can We Access Materials? Borrow from a Friend Screen 10 of 14Background: Narration:none Book stores are great, Screen size: 4:3 but you can get lots ofColor/Type/Size of Font: books for free! Do you have friends who like tonone read? Why not get Image of friends sharing books together and share yourActual text: none favorite ones? Audio: "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by teruTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  11. 11. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read How Can We Access Materials? Public Libraries Screen 11 of 14Background: Narration: And of course, there’s always the publicnone library and their website, Screen size: 4:3 where you can oftenColor/Type/Size of Font: download ebooks to read right from home.noneActual text:none Image of local public library Audio: "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by teruTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  12. 12. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read How Can We Access Materials? School Library Screen 12 of 14Background: none Narration: Screen size: 4:3 But you know what our favorite place for booksColor/Type/Size of Font: is? The school library!none Come by to check out the books we have Images of students with books in the school library (taken from Sharon’s chosen just for you! We personal photo collection) think they are not onlyActual text: none interesting and relevant Images quickly appear of many different books from the library collection to your education but also fun, exciting, thrilling, sad, funny, fascinating … Audio: "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by teruTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  13. 13. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read Closing Screen Screen 13 of 14Background: Narration:Blue Sky with White Clouds So celebrate your American right to read. Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font: Know your rights, and seek out places whereWhite/Footlight MT experts, like librarians,Light/80 can help you find the very best materials to fit Image: flag of books (fade to title)Actual text: your needs! For the Love of Books:For the Love of Books:Celebrate CelebrateYour Right Your Rightto Read to Read Audio: "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by teruTransition to next clip: fadeAnimation: fadeAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved
  14. 14. Name of video: Description of this scene:For the Love of Books:Celebrate Your Right to Read End Credits Screen 14 of 14Background: Narration: noneBlue Sky with White Clouds Screen size: 4:3Color/Type/Size of Font:White/Footlight MTLight/24 and 18 PowerPoint slide showingActual text: credits for images, audio, and information(Citations for sources to be Audio:provided) (Note: There will most likely be three slides of credits.) "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by teruTransition to next clip: noneAnimation: noneAudience Interaction: noneInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html = image has already been found and saved

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