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Jeopardy game I created to engage and assess students (4th Grade)

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Writing A TV Sitcom Jeopardy Assessment Writing A TV Sitcom Jeopardy Assessment Presentation Transcript

  • Vocabulary Name ThatWhat’s On All About in Script Teleplay TV? Sitcoms Advertising Format Format 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
  • The type of TV show that isdesigned to make the audiencelaugh.
  • What is a situational comedy?
  • The type of TV show that uses ascript similar to a Hollywood-style movie.
  • What is a filmed one-hour drama?
  • The type of TV show filmed without an audience.
  • What is a filmed one-hour drama?
  • Short for situational comedy.
  • What is sitcom?
  • The type of TV show tapedlive but without an audience.
  • What is a news program?
  • The length of most sitcoms, including commercials.
  • What is 30 minutes?
  • 4 characters found in most sitcoms.
  • What are the Hero, the Anti-Hero, the Love Interest, and the Buddy?
  • A short scene that opens up thebeginning of a sitcom and makesthe audience interested inwatching the rest of the show.
  • What is a teaser?
  • Sitcoms are usually taped here.
  • What is a studio?
  • A sitcom is designed to make the audience do this.
  • What is laugh?
  • A paid advertisement on television or radio.
  • What is commercial?
  • To hold the attention of someone by amusing.
  • What is entertain?
  • A customer for whichprofessional services are sought.
  • What is client?
  • A business or service that is able to act for others.
  • What is agency?
  • The activity of attracting publicattention to a product or businessby paid announcements, print,broadcast, or media.
  • What is advertising?
  • That’s So Raven
  • What is teleplay?
  • Where the Wild Things Are
  • What is screenplay?
  • Harry Potter
  • What is screenplay?
  • Akeelah and the Bee
  • What is screenplay?
  • Naruto
  • What is teleplay?
  • A FADE OUT is found at this part of a scene.
  • What is the end?
  • A FADE IN is found at this part of a scene.
  • What is the beginning?
  • These are 3 key elements of a teleplay.
  • What are the Teaser, Act One, and Act Two?
  • In dialogue sections of the script, directions for actors should be placed in these.
  • What are parentheses?
  • Ex: INT. PETER’S BEDROOM-NIGHTThe name of the line above.
  • What is a slugline?