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  1. 1. How to Create a Storyboard<br />Nobel Peace Prize Winners<br />Assignment Part 3<br />By Dr. Cyndi Orsburn<br />
  2. 2. The Seven Elements of Digital Storytelling<br />1. Point of View What is the main point of the story and what is the perspective of the author?<br />2. A Dramatic Question A key question that keeps the viewer&apos;s attention and will be answered by the end of the story.<br />3. Emotional Content Serious issues that come alive in a personal and powerful way and connects the story to the audience.<br />4. The Gift of Your Voice A way to personalize the story to help the audience understand the context.<br />5. The Power of the Soundtrack Music or other sounds that support and embellish the storyline.<br />6. Economy Using just enough content to tell the story without overloading the viewer.<br />7. Pacing The rhythm of the story and how slowly or quickly it progresses.<br /> The original site for this information is http://atr.k12.hi.us/tutorials/tutorials/digstory/elements.htm<br />
  3. 3. Developing your Digital Story<br />The Five Steps of developing a Story:<br />Pre-writing: brainstorming, collecting images, researching, outlining, and storyboarding<br />This is an address for free story mapping software.<br />http://cmap.ihmc.us/conceptmap.html<br />2. Drafting: creating a script and developing form<br />3. Revising: modifying images and organization<br /> 4. Editing: timing, images, and narration<br />5. Publishing: the final product<br />
  4. 4. A Simple plan for a storyboard.<br />A storyboard is simply a place to map out a story.<br />Take a stack of index cards and place one card under each picture on your desk. <br />Write down the main words that you&apos;ll be reading aloud as the image appears in the story. <br />Use no more than 15 images for two minutes of video. Four to six seconds is the ideal time for an image to appear on-screen.<br />If you get stalled writing your script, try jotting down thoughts on an index card and let the cards serve as your script. Just write one true thing, and the rest of the words will flow.<br />You&apos;ll be surprised by how few images are needed to convey a story.<br />The source for this material is http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/archives/page10096.cfm<br />
  5. 5. What is a story board ?<br />A storyboard is a tool to help you plan the pictures and script for a movie or digital story.<br />It contains sketches or pictures of what will be seen on the screen in each scene.<br />The script, narration, or other information about each scene is also included on each frame.<br />Let’s watch aslide show about how to do storyboarding. (click on link to resources to view presentation)<br />http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/informationliteracy/12to14/tell/Storyboarding/resources/genericcontent_tcm4268053.asp<br />
  6. 6. What does a storyboard contain?<br />Storyboards are visual representations that aid in the the creation process of digital storytelling. <br />Storyboards layout images in sequential order to create the the flow of the production. <br />They can also include technical aspects and explanations of design. <br />Each project is unique and varies in its needs; specific requirements should be altered. <br />The following is suggested content: a brief description, comments, audio, transition and an estimate of length.<br />
  7. 7. A Storyboard Example<br /><ul><li>Now let’s look at an example of a storyboard
  8. 8. http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/pdfs/v_storyboard.pdf</li></li></ul><li>How to make a storyboard<br />Here are some samples of storyboards to look at.<br />http://accad.osu.edu/womenandtech/Storyboard%20Resource/<br />Here is a sample form to complete.<br />http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK/media/teachers/pdfs/2002F/021108NSw1.pdf<br />
  9. 9. Sample story board form 1<br />
  10. 10. Sample story board form 2<br />
  11. 11. Sample story board form 3<br />
  12. 12. Sample story board form 4<br />
  13. 13. This is a sample page from a commercial storyboard program for children.<br />Follow these steps:<br />Pick scene from timeline.<br />Fill in title and description.<br />Drag screen options into place.<br />Repeat until all steps are done.<br />Then do next scene.<br />
  14. 14. Story boarding can also be done in Word<br />Here are the directions and a sample story board to preview.<br />http://flatclassroom09-1.flat<br />classroomproject.org/file/view/Tutorial_Storyboard.pdf<br />

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