Creative Final Project Options
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  • 1. VIDEO PSA AUDIO PSA COMIC PSA GAME PSA SONG/JINGLE PSA PITCH AN IDEA Create a 1-3 minute video PSA based on your Appeal for Action paper topic. Create a 1-3 minute audio PSA based on your Appeal for Action paper topic. Create a comic PSA based on your Appeal for Action paper topic. Create a game that serves as a PSA based on your Appeal for Action paper topic. You will need to record video of you playing the game to share. Compose a 2-5 minute original song PSA based on your Appeal for Action paper topic. Pitch a project idea to your instructor by Tuesday of Week 4. Be specific about the project details, execution plan, and time limit. This option requires a written script with the final. Music, sound effects, and voiceover should be used to enhance your video. This option requires a written script with the final. Music and sound effects should be used to enhance your audio story. This option requires the use of text (via dialogue balloons and caption boxes). May be hand- drawn or created using a comic generating program. This option requires the inclusion of text within the game. Since these files are generally very large, you’ll need to screen capture yourself playing the game/ using the app to submit. This option requires written lyrics. You are allowed to use a band or a backup singer, but you cannot have someone sing the song for you. You must write and produce the song yourself. This option requires approval from your instructor. Contact your instructor by Tuesday of Week 4 to pitch your idea. See the next page for additional guidelines FINAL PROJECT OPTIONS ★ This project is due on the final day of class as part of your Final Project. ★Choose the format that best suits your skill level. Do not choose a project that will require the use of programs you are not familiar with. This assignment was designed to be accessible to students with varied skill levels. ★Adhere to Full Sail’s PG13 guidelines. Refrain from using profanity, racial slurs, sexually explicit language, and any other language that violates GPS and PG13 guidelines in song lyrics or scripts. Speak to your instructor if you have questions about what language is unacceptable.
  • 2. ★ You must WRITE and PRODUCE your project yourself. You are allowed to have friends participate in the creation of the project, but you are responsible for the actual creation of the project. For example, if you are creating a film, friends can appear as actors in the film, but you must be the sole writer and producer of the film, and you must give your friends credit for their participation and you must make an appearance in the film as well. If you are creating a song, you can have your band play or have a friend sing backup, but you must be the sole writer and producer of the song, you must sing the main part of the song, and you must give your band/ friends credit for their participation. ★Your project must be new and created specifically for this class. Work that was previously created for another class or for personal use will not be accepted. Submitting old work is considered plagiarism and will result in an automatic 0 and a 20% GPS deduction. ★Use only images, video, audio, and music that belong to you OR that are royalty free and licensed for commercial use. ★Royalty-free music and images are available via the Full Sail Library research databases. Contact the library and attend or view the Week 3 GoToTraining for more information. ★Do not use riffs, beats, or samples that you do not own, unless you have express permission from the owner of the material and cite the source. ★Contact your instructor during the week if you have any questions about creating your project or citing sources. CREATIVE COMPOSITION PROJECT OPTIONS: ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES