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  • 1. Storyboard
    • Digital Storytelling
  • 2. What is a storyboard?
    • Storyboards are visual representations that aid in the the creation process of digital storytelling.
    • Storyboards lay out images in sequential order to create the the flow of the production.
  • 3.
    • The following flowchart demonstrates how the basic scenes from a digital story might be organized.
  • 4. Why DigitalStorytelling?
    • The Writing Process: the foundation of a good digital story is a solid piece of writing that includes a point, dramatic question, and emotional content
    • Precise verbs drive a story: Action verbs provide a far richer meaning and appeal to the senses better than linking verbs.
    • Show, don’t tell: When viewers observe our stories, they infer meaning. If we make these inferences for them, we cheat our audience.
    • Too much background dilutes a story : When viewers observe our stories, they infer meaning. If we make these inferences for them, we cheat our audience.
  • 5.
    • Making the Movie: Movement (panning and zooming) can add a dynamic feel to still shots and can aid in developing plot, revealing character, or creating a dramatic effect.
    • Sound: A carefully chosen soundtrack can have a dramatic impact on the entire story. Pacing, emotion, point, and dramatic question are all enhanced with appropriate music.
    • Compelling Story, Thrilling Process: True digital storytelling is a writing experience bolstered by images and sound. What’s most important is that story takes the lead. If we focus more on good writing and the essence of sharing the story, technology very naturally becomes the tool and not the focus.
  • 6. The Storyboard
    • Images & Scenes
    • Locate
    • Record
    • Coordinate
  • 7. The Storyboard
    • Narration
    • Dialogue
    • Scenes
  • 8. The Storyboard
    • Sound Effects
    • Music
  • 9. The Storyboard
    • Keep the URL (Exact Web address) of all websites where images & sounds being used are located
    • How can we create a new URL Address?
  • 10. Analysis & Synthesis
    • Choose one of the incomplete storyboard on library assignment page.
    • Evaluate the storyboard and Identify the incomplete components
    • Construct a complete storyboard by adding images, sounds and text.