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Tv script loglines, synopsis and treatment

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Tv script loglines, synopsis and treatment

  1. 1. Starter
  2. 2. What is a logline / tagline?
  3. 3. What makes a good logline? Under 50 words Describe the character with an adjective Set a clear goal / objective for the character Include a ticking time bomb / obstacle Make it fit your genre, ie. thrilling, scary, funny etc…
  4. 4. You have 10 minutes to write the logline for your screenplay Under 50 words Describe the character with an adjective Set a clear goal / objective for the character Include a ticking time bomb / obstacle Make it fit your genre, ie. thrilling, scary, funny etc…
  5. 5. Pitch your logline to the group
  6. 6. In this lesson We are going to look at how we can explain our screenplay idea in a treatment. You will need to write a logline and a synopsis.
  7. 7. By the end of todays lesson, you • MUST be able to create an engaging logline for your screenplay • SHOULD explain a screenplays narrative in a synopsis • COULD identify how to improve the clarity of a written document through peer assessment
  8. 8. What is a treatment?
  9. 9. What is a treatment similar to?
  10. 10. What makes a good proposal or treatment?
  11. 11. One of the key parts of a treatment or proposal is a synopsis. But what is a synopsis?
  12. 12. Why is spelling & grammar important for your synopsis?
  13. 13. • Use Word or Google Docs spell-checker • Get someone you trust to read your work over How can you ensure that your spelling and grammar are correct?
  14. 14. Task 1 Working alone Using your concepts, notes and narrative plan as a guide, being to write out a script treatment / proposal. Set yourself a goal of finishing the logline and synopsis by the end of this lesson.
  15. 15. Peer assessment Swap your work with a peer and check their spelling and grammar.  Is their spelling correct?  Do all their paragraphs make sense?  Can you understand and follow the story? Feedback to each other; how could they improve their works clarity through spelling & grammar?
  16. 16. Workshop Use the feedback you’ve received to edit and improve your treatment / proposal. If you get stuck then conduct research to help you gain a deeper understanding of your story and its subject. Write up any research in your portfolio.
  17. 17. Plenary Peer assess each others proposals/ treatments. Think about the story and how it unfolds. Can you follow it? Is it engaging and exciting?

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