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  • Autumn SchafferStoryboardSpring 2010 What’s So Great About the Media Center?Frame Description Narration Media List Image1- *Original photo of “Welcome to *Photoexterior of school Our School! *Narration(Long Shot Photo) We are so glad *PhotoStory that you are 3 Music*Used to introduce here!” Creationlocation.*Narration playedover music2- *Original photo of “Come inside! *Photoentrance doors into We would love *Narrationschool (Medium Shot to show youPhoto) around!”*Used to transitionviewers into theinterior of the school3- *Original Photo of “Oh Look! *PhotoOutside of Media Here is the *NarrationCenter (Medium Shot media center!Photo) This is one of(From Hallway our student’slooking inside favorite placesthrough windows) to visit. There are books,*Used to introduce DVDs, ebooks,media center magazines, and computers here to help you research and learn. Would you like to see what’s inside?”4- *Original Photo of “This is what *PhotoInterior of Library the inside of *Narration(full view-wide the mediaspread) center looks like. This is the*Focus on e-book area where westorage area and store the e-
  • chapter book shelves books. They are books that*Used in process of you can readshowing audience online or usingwhere materials are a DVD player!located in media Also, there is acenter. special storage area for chapter books. This media center is used by pre-k, kindergarten, first and second grade students. Many of the advanced readers love to check out books from their favorite chapter book series!”5- Original photo of “This is where *Photostacks of shelves in most of the *Narrationthe media center books are(wide view of stacks) located in our library! We*Used in process of have books ofshowing audience all kinds!where materials are Every book haslocated in media its owncenter number, which helps the media specialist find where it belongs. We have different categories of books including fiction, nonfiction, biographies,
  • and even a reference area!6- Original photo of “There are *Photowhole-group area in plenty of tables *Narrationlibrary (wide for classes toview/scan) sit at in the media center.*Used in process of Many come toshowing audience learn aboutwhere materials are how to use thelocated in media library to helpcenter them conduct research or learn more about certain types of books. The media specialist uses the active board to help the students build their information literacy skills.”7- Original photo of “This is where *Phototables used for small small groups *Narrationgroup as well as can meet in thestudent computers media center.(full range/wide view They mayshot) come here to*Used in process of work on ashowing audience project, towhere materials are conduct somelocated in media research, orcenter just read quietly with each other. Also, there are some student computers used for research or to look up books located within the library.”8- Original photo of “This is where *Photo
  • back area of library story time *Narration(medium view) takes place! *Photo Once a week Story 3*Used in process of the media Musicshowing audience specialist orwhere materials are the media clerklocated in media meets withcenter each pre-k classroom to read a fun and exciting book!”9- Original photo of “This is the *PhotoFranklin stuffed rocking chair *Narrationanimal in rocking used by thechair media specialist or*Used in process of clerk duringshowing audience story time. Canwhere materials are you think oflocated in media your favoritecenter read-aloud book?”10- Original photo of “This is where *Photolamination/storage the media *Narrationroom (wide spread of specialiststorage area) stores some of the extra*Used in process of readingshowing audience materials,where materials are supplementarylocated in media materials, orcenter class sets of books. Also, this is where the laminating machine is located. The teachers in this school certainly love
  • their laminating machine!11- Original photo of “Lights, *Photothe “press room” Camera, *Narration(Close of up title Action! This is“press room”) where the morning*Used in process of announcementsshowing audience take place. Thewhere materials are principal,located in media assistantcenter principal, and a few lucky students meet here every morning to tell the rest of the school about the special events going on that day.”12- Original photo of “This is called *Photocheck out/return area the circulation *Narrative(regular photo shot) desk. It is where the*Used in process of students eithershowing audience turn in theirwhere materials are old librarylocated in media book or checkcenter out their new one! There are also some big books located here that the teachers can check out! You can’t miss them! ”13- Original photo of “Every book in *Photolibrary books being the library has *Narrationheld so that call a call number.number shows. (close It is located onof of Dewey decimal the spine of thenumber) book. It helps the librarians
  • keep the books in a certain order. Did you know that you can tell exactly where a library book should be shelved based upon that number?”14- Original photo of “You can *Photoa table full of library check out all *Narrationbooks sorted by types of bookscontent area. (high from theangle) library. There are fiction,*Used to show nonfiction,students what types of easy readers,books are available to and even e-them in the library. books in the(Aerial view of entire library. Looktable) at the different types I’ve just checked out!15- Original photo of “Some *Photoa classroom library teachers also *Narration(shelf of library books have librariescategorized by topic) in their very(medium angle) own classrooms! Just like in the school’s library, the books are sorted so that the students can find what they are looking for! Many of the teachers even check out books from the school library to put in their own classroom
  • library!”16- Original photo of “This is a set *Photoset of books within of books *Narrationclassroom library. within a(Close up shot) teacher’s classroom library. She has sorted all of the “Clifford” books and put them in one tub. When the students wanted to read a “Clifford” book, all they have to do is find this tub!”17- *Original photo “These are *Photoof diverse set of some of my *Narrationbooks within favorite booksclassroom library- within thechecked out from classroomschool library. library. They were checked*Purpose is to show out by thethat the libraries in the teacher fromschool have a diverse the schoolselection of books. library. They(High Angle) are all different types of genres. That means that some are real, fiction, biographies, or easy readers!”18- *Original photo “This is a set *Photoof set of similar of books *Narrationbooks. (close up/high checked outangle shot) from the library. The*Used to show that teacher madeone can make their this set to goown sets of books by within her
  • looking at what the social studiesbooks are about. section of the classroom library. You see, all of these books are about the American Flag and other National Symbols. It is easy to make your own classroom sets.”19- *Original photo “This is a set *Photoof me holding fiction of fiction *Narrationbooks. books located(Medium Shot) within the classroom and school library. It is made up of books that are make- believe or are not real. Young students particularly loved these types of books!”20- *Original photo “These are *Photoof me holding called *Narrationinformational/ nonfictionnonfiction books. books.(medium shot) Sometimes you will hear them referred to as informational text. These types of books have real facts in them. They are about real people, places,
  • and things. You will learn to use these books especially when you begin to write reports or complete research projects. They can also be fun to read too though!”21- *Original photo “We have all *Photoof me holding easy different types *Narrationreaders books. of books in the(medium shot) library. There is a book suited for every student there! Since we have very young students at our school, out libraries have an “easy reader” section. This is an area where students who are just learning to read can find books on their level!”22-*Original photo of “We also have *Photome holding students within *Narrationmulticultural/bilingual our school thatbooks. speak other(Medium shot) languages or are just learning to speak English. These books are designed
  • especially for them. They are books about other cultures. You may also enjoy reading them, however, and learning how other people live!”22- Original photo of “These are our *Photoe-books and DVD e-books! They *Narration(high, long shot) are like books on a DVD. You can play, listen, and read them on the computer! Hardback books also come with the DVD so your friends can follow along too!23- Original photo of “Many *Photome reading with big teachers use *Narrationbook. larger text, also(Long shot) known as “big books” to teach their students. The students can see the pages and read the words easier this way. The school library has plenty of big books that teachers can check out!”24- Original photo of “Look how big *Photosize comparison of those big *Narrationbig book and regular books reallysized book. are! This is a
  • (Long shot- regular sizedcomparing sizes) book standing beside a big book. Many of the big books are also made in smaller editions so that the students can follow along in their hand-held copy.”25-Orginal photo of “Now that you *Photome holding and know where *Narrationreading a book. and what types(Low angle long shot) of books are located within the library, I would like to tell you a few rules about checking out the books. Remember- books are for reading and enjoyment!”26- Original photo of “You must *Photome reading a book make sure that *Narrationproperly you hold your(Subjective close up book properlyshot) when you read it. Please don’t bend the pages! Books can last a long time and allow many people to read them- but only if you take care of them!”
  • 27- Original photo of “You can also *Photome taking notes from learn a lot from *Narrationa book books. Many(Subjective close up people takeshot) notes from the books that they read. This helps them when they write papers or study about certain topics.”28- Original photo of “Some people *Photome reading and using also use books *Narrationa book at the to help themcomputer research other(Subjective medium topics. Someshot) people may read a book at their computer and look up other information right there! Again, people can learn so much from books!”29- Original photo of “There are a *Photome with my lost few rules you *Narrationbooks should try to(long shot) remember when checking out books. First of all, try not to lose your library books. They do not belong to you. They belong to the school. If you lose them then other students cannot learn from them!”
  • 30-Orginal photo of “Also, be *Photome spilling drink on a careful when *Narrationset of library books. you have food(long shot) or drink around your library books. Some of these books are very expensive. If you spill food or drink on them they might have to be replaced. Some, however, are so original that they cannot be replaced at all!”31- Original photo of “Please make *Photome coloring on a sure to avoid *Narrationlibrary book. drawing,(close up shot) writing, or coloring in your library books. They are made for you to read! If you damage them, then other students won’t be able to read the words or see the pictures very clearly. Wouldn’t that be sad?”32-Orginal photo of “Remember,me holding and the classroomloving my library and schoolbook (low angle full libraries areshot) here for you!
  • There are tonsof books thatyou wouldprobably enjoyreading there.Pleaseremember,however,everyone iswelcome in thelibrary, buteveryone isalsoresponsible forkeeping itclean, safe, andhappy!”