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this powerpoint will take you throught he steps to create ayour own Book Trailer

this powerpoint will take you throught he steps to create ayour own Book Trailer

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  • 1. Rock with Book Trailers Lynn Johnson Media Specialist, Pacetti Bay Middle School St. Johns County, FL Margie Rohrbach Media Specialist, Atlantic Technical Center Broward County, FL
  • 2. What is a Book Trailer?
    • According to Wikipedia : “A book trailer is a video advertisement for a book which employs techniques similar to those of movie trailers.”
    • It’s become a business!
    • You can find them at YouTube !
    • University of Central Florida’s Digital Book Talk
  • 3. How to get started…
    • Students work in small groups.
    • Groups select a book.
      • Booktalk a variety of titles.
      • SSYRA
      • Florida Teens Read
    • Students keep Reading logs .
  • 4. Choices to make…
    • Software
      • iMovie
      • MovieMaker
      • PowerPoint
    • Still images, live action, or combination
    • Audio
      • Background music, sound effects
      • Narration
  • 5. Groups meet to…
    • Assign tasks.
    • Decide key scenes that will spark interest and convey main idea/mood.
    • Plan, plan, plan.
      • Create a storyboard, script.
      • Gather pictures, video clips, drawings, background music, sound effects.
  • 6. The Basics
    • Make it short (1-2 minutes).
    • Start with a conflict to grab the viewer’s attention.
    • Introduce main character(s) and setting.
    • Show an important scene that occurs early in the story.
    • Show a potential antagonist.
    • Show another important scene. (Keep scenes short)
    • Show a series of quick, action or tense scenes that focus on the rising action.
    • Decide on a closing scene – but don’t reveal the ending!
  • 7. Reminders…
    • Focus on the main character’s problem or goal.
    • Introduce the antagonist or obstacle to this goal.
    • Create a series of scenes that quickly show the story without telling too much.
    • End with a “cliffhanger.”
    • Do NOT give away the ending.
    • Do NOT summarize the story.
  • 8. Create a MOOD…
    • Use intriguing images.
    • Use background music, sound effects.
      • www.soundzabound.com
      • www.freeplaymusic.com
    • The closing scene should reinforce the mood and make an impression on the viewer.
  • 9. Be sure to include…
    • Title of the book and the author’s name
    • Correct spelling, capitalization; underline or italicize the title
    • Credits at the end – Follow the copyright guidelines!
  • 10. Where to go for help…
    • http:// www.digitalbooktalk.com
      • Select “UB the Director”
        • How to write a
        • How to create a storyboard
        • Student work samples
    • Windows MovieMaker Online Help
    • Apple iMovie Online Tutorial
  • 11. Assessment…
    • Broward County’s Rubric
  • 12. For handouts and this PowerPoint…
    • http:// teacherweb.com/FL/AtlanticTechnicalCenterTechnicalHS /
    • MrsRohrbach/index.html