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  • 1. Aims
    • Gain a clear knowledge and understanding of how a storyboard works
    • To confidently storyboard an opening sequence.
    • SEAL/PLTS: To be creative thinkers
  • 2. Warm-Up
    • Get into groups of three or four.
    • From the clues, you must guess the name of the film. After each clue, you may guess.
    • The team who have guessed the most films wins!
  • 3. What is a Storyboard?
    • A series of rough sketches outlining the scene sequence and major changes of action or plot in a production.
    • Used as part of the planning process.
  • 4. What is a Storyboard? 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 4
  • 5. What is a Storyboard? Shot number Transition Close-up? Long shot? Diegetic? Non-diegetic? Dialogue? Music? Detail of what is happening in the shot How long is it? Drawing of the shot High key? Low key?
  • 6. Converting your Shot List into a Storyboard
    • Take the detail from the shot lists you did last lesson.
    • Start to storyboard the different shots.
    • Drawings do not have to be amazing!
    • Fill out the writing on the right-hand side to make sure it is clear what is happening in the shot.
    • Make sure you fill everything out.
  • 7. Storyboard Tips and Hints for the Exam
    • Drawings
    • Detail
    • Clarity
    • Be careful of your time limit – make sure that it is clear. If need be, don’t do lots of colouring in, it wastes time.
  • 8. Homework
    • You must complete your storyboards (including colour) by the set deadline.
    • If you hand them in, then you will get feedback on them in time for the exam.
  • 9. Reviewing the Aims
    • Gain a clear knowledge and understanding of how a storyboard works
    • To confidently storyboard an opening sequence.
    • SEAL/PLTS: To be creative thinkers