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Children’s story boards. a key tool for understanding media literacy. Presentación 2010.

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  • 1. MEDIA LITERACY CONFERENCE 2010 November 18/19
  • 2. 1. The importance of story boardin audiovisual education The story board is a graphical resource that acts as an organizer in the process of audiovisual production. Its origin is attributed to Webb Smith, a cartoonist for Disney. MEDIA LITERACY CONFERENCE. London. 2010 November 18/19- Jacqueline Sánchez Carrero
  • 3.  It symbolizes a bridge between the written (the script) and the audiovisual (the shot). It facilitates the capturing of the audiovisual language (sound + video). It avoids possible unforeseen errors in the script, be they in the text or the choice of camera shots. MEDIA LITERACY CONFERENCE. London. 2010 November 18/19- Jacqueline Sánchez Carrero
  • 4. 1. The importance of story boardin audiovisual education  It is a useful resource for measuring the time a production will last.  It does not require a significant investment in time and money in terms of the real production.  It is an activity that can be done individually or in a group.  It enables creative development. MEDIA LITERACY CONFERENCE. London. 2010 November 18/19- Jacqueline Sánchez Carrero
  • 5. 1. The importance of story boardin audiovisual education MEDIA LITERACY CONFERENCE. London. 2010 November 18/19- Jacqueline Sánchez Carrero
  • 6. 1. The importance of story boardin audiovisual education We believe story boarding is a creative strategy for four main reasons:  It makes children think in images.  It enables them to understand audiovisual continuity.  It allows them to visualize scenes.  It instils the theory of film shots and their meaning. MEDIA LITERACY CONFERENCE. London. 2010 November 18/19- Jacqueline Sánchez Carrero
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  • 10.  «Boys and girls learn to recognize and interpret the media’s specific rhetorical devices that show images in movement. It is an important fact because it reveals a process of learning about a rhetorical system that plays a significant role in our culture». (C. Bazalgette). MEDIA LITERACY CONFERENCE. London. 2010 November 18/19- Jacqueline Sánchez Carrero
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  • 13. Travelling side Tilt angleMEDIA LITERACY CONFERENCE. London. 2010 November 18/19- Jacqueline Sánchez Carrero
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