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Part 4

  1. 1. ASSIGNMENT 9 :GROUP PRESENTATION By Karolina Fryckowska Donnielle Carino Michelle Asafuadjaue Jayde-Marie Jackson
  2. 2. Part M - AncillariesLarge image which refers to the game, quotes, Gaming magazine or TV listing magazine – our documentary is a technology themed which would bring a tech or gaming audience and a listings magazine allows the documentary to be seen by a wide audience
  3. 3. Draft 1Title main Main imagetext and to refer tolarge to technologydraw the and aaudience Evolution Of Technology smaller image for How its changed evolution Text TextColumns to Column 1 Columns 2make it TV channeleasier to and time inread corner to make the documentary more Tuesday 8pm important than the channel
  4. 4. Part M - Ancillaries Large image in background as main focus. Logo, time and title on top and bottom of advertMetro – wide range of audience as it is free and given on public transport
  5. 5. Part K - Title and credits Software used: Macromedia Flash and Movie Maker. Easy way to make animation sequences.
  6. 6. Part M – Ancillaries - advert THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF OUR ANCILLARY. WE USED “PAINT” Evolution of TO MAKE THESE TWO EXAMPLES. Technology Thursdays 8pm• We used Binary Codes – linking Evolution of Technology computers/technology. Thursdays 8pm• Darwin Theory is used as a parody for evolution of technology.• Globe to show – technology applies around the world.
  7. 7. Part O - LocationsPresenter and PublicInterviews:• Conventions e.g. MCM expo• Electronic shops• Homes• ArcadesCase Studies: Statistics:• Conventions • Computer, phone and game• ICT classroom console screens
  8. 8. Part P - ActorsPresenter: Interviewees: Too smart - An ICT Teacher - Games Developer - Children/teenagers - Parents - Employees in game shopsWhat they represent:• Clear English accent• Young adult female – its challenging the stereotypical gender in the society – technology.
  9. 9. Part Q – Costumes and Props Costumes Fashionable, c asual and smart PropsGadget Show – informative andenthusiastic about the show. The presenter will have games and consoles from different generations.

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