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  • 1. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Photo of depressed teen Description of this scene: Intro Photo Screen 1 of 13 Narration: Screen size: 4:3 None Color/Type/Size of Font: Actual text: Audio: (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: next clip, text appears Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 2. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Color/Type/Size of Font: White/American Typewriter Description of this scene: Introduction/Title Slide Screen 2 of 13 Narration: Screen size: 4:3 Actual text: Understanding the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide None Audio: (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 3. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/American Typewriter Actual text: Depression: A disturbance in mood, thought, and body characterized by varying degrees of sadness, disappointment, loneliness, self-doubt and guilt. Description of this scene: Definition of Depression Screen 3 of 13 Narration: Screen size: 4:3 Depression: A disturbance in mood, thought, and body characterized by varying degrees of sadness, disappointment, loneliness, self-doubt and guilt. (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Depression is a disturbance in mood, thought, and body characterized by varying degrees of sadness, disappointment, loneliness, self-doubt and guilt. Audio:
  • 4. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background:Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/American Typewriter Actual text: During a given school year, it is estimated that 8 to 12 percent of high-school students will have depression. Of those who are diagnosed, only 1 out of 3 teens will receive treatment for their depression. Description of this scene: Depression Fact Sheet Screen size: 4:3 During a given school year, it is estimated that 8 to 12 percent of high-school students will have depression. Of those who are diagnosed, only 1 out of 3 teens will receive treatment for their depression. Screen 4 of 13 Narration: Depression is an illness. It is not a character weakness and usually does not go away on its own. If left untreated, it could lead to serious consequences, including suicide. Symptoms of depression must persist most of the day for two weeks or more. Audio: (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 5. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Photo of sleeping teen Color/Type/Size of Font: Blue/Arial Description of this scene: How can you tell if a teen is depressed? PHYSICAL SIGNS Screen size: 4:3 Actual text: Lack of energy, excessive sleeping, loss of appetite, headaches, stomach pains Screen 5 of 13 Narration: Symptoms of depression include the following: -Trouble sleeping or sleeping too much - Loss of appetite of eating too much -Physical complaints, including frequent stomach distress or headaches, or symptoms of anxiety like a racing heart or shortness of breath -Low energy and lethargy that may be interpreted by others as laziness or a sign of drug use (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Audio:
  • 6. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Photo of crying teen Color/Type/Size of Font: Orange/Arial Description of this scene: How can you tell if a teen is depressed? VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL SIGNS Screen size: 4:3 Actual text: Lack of interest in previously enjoyable activities, irritability, withdrawal from others, neglect of appearance, crying spells Screen 6 of 13 Narration: At times, teen present other signs that are more verbal or non-verbal but not physical. These signs include: -A loss of interest in friends or previously enjoyed activities - Excessive irritability that causes others to feel like they have to walk on egg-shells -Neglect of appearance And -Crying spells in the middle of class or times that seem random to others (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Audio:
  • 7. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Photo of grade report Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Arial Description of this scene: How can you tell a teen is depressed? CLASSROOM SIGNS Screen size: 4:3 Actual text: Unusual or chronic sleeping in class, Grades drop, withdrawal from friends or class discussion, hungry Screen 7 of 13 Narration: In addition to the physical signs and nonverbal and verbal signs, there are a few signs in the classroom to look for such as: -Unusual or chronic sleeping in class -Grades drop significantly -Withdrawal from friends or class discussions and -Hungry (stomach growling or hunger complaints) (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Audio:
  • 8. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/American Typewriter Description of this scene: What do you do now? Screen 8 of 13 Narration: Screen size: 4:3 None Actual text: What do you do now? WHAT DO YOU DO NOW? Audio: Typewriter (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 9. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Color/Type/Size of Font: Description of this scene: What do you do now? GET MORE INFO Screen size: 4:3 White/American Typewriter Actual text: Talk to the student. Ask how they are feeling. Are they getting enough sleep? Are they eating? Be open and honest – inform the student that you are going to refer them to their school counselor Screen 9 of 13 Narration: Talk to the student. Ask how they are feeling. Are they getting enough sleep? Are they eating? Be open and honest – inform the student that you are going to refer them to their school counselor Talk to the student. Ask how they are feeling. Are they getting enough sleep? Are they eating? Be open and honest – inform the student that you are going to refer them to their school counselor. (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Audio: Typewriter
  • 10. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Photo of counselor talking with a teenage boy Description of this scene: What do you do now? REFER TO A COUNSELOR Screen size: 4:3 Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Arial Actual text: Counselors are trained to conduct suicide assessments, talk with other helping professionals and parents about the best treatment for the student Screen 10 of 13 Narration: Most often, it is imperative for school teachers to relay concerns about individual students to a counselor, school nurse or other support person in the school. Audio: (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 11. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Photo of teacher meeting with parent and student Description of this scene: What do you do now? IT’S AN AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY - WHAT IF A COUNSELOR IS NOT AVAILABLE? Screen size: 4:3 Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Arial Actual text: Don’t delay! Get in contact with the student’s parent or guardian immediately. Screen 11 of 13 Narration: In some cases, like an afterschool activity, a school counselor may be unavailable. Therefore, it is encouraged that teachers talk directly to the student’s parent or guardian about changes in behavior that may suggest a problem. Audio: (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 12. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/American Typewriter Actual text: Check in with the student at least twice a week. Let the school counselor or parents know of any positive changes or other concerns you may have. Description of this scene: What’s next? Screen size: 4:3 Check in with the student at least twice a week. Let the school counselor or parents know of any positive changes or other concerns you may have. Screen 12 of 13 Narration: It is important that after the correct referrals are made (either to the counselor or parents) that school personnel continues to check in the with the student and look for positive changes or symptoms that continue to stay the same. Together, the school teachers, counselors, nurses, and parents can help the student get treatment for their depression. Audio: (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 13. Video Storyboard Name of video: Understand the Warning Signs: Preventing Teen Depression and Suicide Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/American Typewriter Actual text: National Suicide Prevention Hotline: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org Suicide Prevention Resource Center www.sprc.org Description of this scene: Resources for Depression Suicide Prevention Screen 13 of 13 Narration: Screen size: 4:3 None National Suicide Prevention Hotline: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org Suicide Prevention Resource Center www.sprc.org American Foundation for Suicide Prevention www.afsp.org American Foundation for Suicide Prevention www.afsp.org (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Transition to next clip: fade Animation: Audience Interaction: Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html Audio:

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