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Storyboarding

  1. 1. You have to worry about three things…
  2. 2. #1 Image (What is seen)
  3. 3. #2 Dialogue (What is said)
  4. 4. #3 Sound (What is heard)
  5. 5. Storyboarding  To plan out the images, dialogue, and sound in a movie, filmmakers use a process known as “Storyboarding.”  Today, you will make a storyboard for your video segment of Project COEXIST
  6. 6. To make your storyboard:  Plan what you want to film by:  Using very simple drawings/ images  Writing notes on what people on camera are saying and doing  Deciding what order the images and information is presented.
  7. 7. Read a comic or graphic novel? They are AWESOME examples of storyboards…
  8. 8. Your storyboard shouldn’t be a work of art. In fact, your group should be able to finish it by the end of this week… Draw fast and loose!
  9. 9. If you usually draw stuff that looks like this: That’s totally OK!!!
  10. 10. The important thing is that you plan out the order of the information and the images you want to go with them.
  11. 11. Think about how you want to present the information:  Live filming  Something animated from the web  Photos  Slideshows  Filmed Skit  Dialogue or a Voice-Over narration
  12. 12. For your Storyboard:  Get a storyboard packet from your teachers  Plan your film in sections.  Use one worksheet for each section:  Geography Basics  Founder/ Major Thinkers  Major Symbols and Explanations  Religious Texts and Laws  Basic Beliefs  History  Denominations  Current Status on Religious Community
  13. 13. Brainstorm together and BE CREATIVE!

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