Final Multimedia Project Storyboard

Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have i...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard
Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard

Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have i...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard
Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard
Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard
Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard

Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have i...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard
Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard

Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have i...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard
Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard

Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have i...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard

Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have i...
Final Multimedia Project Storyboard
Name: Stephanie Quinn
Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in...
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  1. 1. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # Audio Image Duration 1 Narration: http://www.fromoldbooks.org/Aubrey-HistoryOfEngland-Vol3/pages/vol3-401-Sir-Isaac-Newton/vol3-401-Sir-Isaac- 20 sc In recent years the Newton-q75-484x500.jpg NFL has brought <!-- HTML Credit Code for Can Stock Photo--> much attention to <a href="http://www.canstockphoto.com">(c) Can Stock Photo</a> the possibility that there are long-term affects of concussions in sports. As the definition of concussion changes and we learn more about the connection between how concussions occur in each sport we will be better prepared to prevent long-term effects of such injuries. VS   Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Transitions: Music will continue in the background Text and effect: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Concussion Awareness in High School Sports Transitions: Background will appear then the text will appear one sentence at a time.
  2. 2. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # Audio Image Duration 2 Narration: <!-- HTML Credit Code for Can Stock Photo--> 5 to 9sec In this media <a href="http://www.canstockphoto.com">(c) Can Stock Photo</a> presentation you will <!-- HTML Credit Code for Can Stock Photo--> learn the current <a href="http://www.canstockphoto.com">(c) Can Stock Photo</a> statistics on <!-- HTML Credit Code for Can Stock Photo--> concussions in <a href="http://www.canstockphoto.com">(c) Can Stock Photo</a> various sports, what <!-- HTML Credit Code for Can Stock Photo--> happens to the brain <a href="http://www.canstockphoto.com">(c) Can Stock Photo</a> during a concussion, and what can be done about concussions. Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Text and effect: What current statistics tell us What happens to the brain What can be done Transitions: Transitions: Music will continue in Images will be full screen and will fade from one to another through out the narration the background
  3. 3. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # Audio Image Duration 3 Narration: Colored screen with animated sentences across the pages to relay several profound statistics. Each statistic will last between 5 and 9 sec Sound effects: Text and effect: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Did you know? Concussions can occur in a wide variety of sports including but not limited to: football, hockey, rugby, wrestl9ing horse back riding, lacrosse, basketball, cheerleading and soccer. Most concussions do not involve loss of consciousness. Concussions typically do not appear in neuroimaging studies such as MRI or CAT scans. Returning to soon after a concussion puts you at a higher risk of sustaining additional concussions Female High school soccer players suffered almost 40% more concussions than male soccer players. Females and younger athletes have weaker neck muscles putting them at a greater risk for sports related concussions. Transitions: Transitions: Music will continue in Slide fade from one to another with text moving in and out in a variety of fonts and sizes. the background
  4. 4. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # 4 Audio Narration: Image Hockey image from a friend whose grandson has been drafted to play in the NHL after his four years of college. She is looking for me. Sound effects: Text and effect: Soft “Sports type” music in the background A 2010 Canadian study found that the risk of concussion in youth ice hockey leagues that allow bodychecking is triple that of leagues that do not allow body checking. Most professional hockey players skate about 30 mph and weigh in at about 230 pounds. The force exerted when one player intentionally checks another is comparable to a tackle in football Collegiate women's ice hockey yielded the most concussions overall. Transitions: Music will continue in the background Transitions: Images will fade from one slide to the next Duration 20 sec
  5. 5. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # 5 Audio Narration: Image Picture taken by a parent and shared with me in fall of 2003. Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Text and effect: Football is the most common sport with concussion risk for males (75% chance for concussion) A professional football player will receive an estimated 900 to 1500 blows to the head during a season Impact speed of a football player tackling a stationary player: 25mph Transitions: Transitions: Transitions: Slides will fade from one to the other Music will continue in the background Duration 6 – 9 sec
  6. 6. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # 6 Audio Narration: Image http://www.flickr.com/photos/grotonschool/6175177726/sizes/z/in/photostream/ Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Text and effect: Impact speed of a soccer ball being headed by a player: 70mph Soccer is the most common sport with concussion risk for females (50% chance for concussion) Transitions: Transitions: Transitions: Music will continue in Slides fade from one to another the background Duration 6 – 10 sec
  7. 7. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # 7 Audio Narration: Image Transition slide image of sports field or physical contact being made during a game <!-- HTML Credit Code for Can Stock Photo--> <a href="http://www.canstockphoto.com">(c) Can Stock Photo</a> Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Text and effect: What happens to your brain during a concussion? Transitions: Transitions: Transitions: Slides fade from one to another Music will continue in the background Duration 5 to 7 sec
  8. 8. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # 8 Audio Narration: The adult brain is a three-pound organ that basically floats inside the skull. It is surrounded by cerebral spinal fluid, which acts as a shock absorber for minor impacts. When the brain moves rapidly inside the skull, a concussion has technically occurred. One common scenario that can lead to a concussion is a direct blow to the head or a whiplash effect to the body. The impact rapidly accelerates the head, causing the brain to strike the inner skull (i.e., the coup). When the head decelerates and stops its motion, the brain then hits the opposite side of the inner skull). The second common scenario is a rotational concussion, in which the head rapidly rotates from one side to another causing shearing and straining of brain tissues. In either case, delicate neural pathways in the brain can become damaged, causing neurological disturbances. Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Image Transitions: Transitions: Music will continue in the background Slides fade from one to another http://theconcussionblog.com/what-is-a-concussion/ Text and effect: In image already Duration 20 sec
  9. 9. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # 9 Audio Narration: Concussion symptoms can be categorized as cognitive, physical or emotional Image Changes to colored background for list Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Transitions: Transitions: Music will continue in the background Text and effect: Cognitive symptoms: Poor attention/ concentration Problems remembering Difficulty following conversation Answers questions slowly Asks the same question repeatedly Mentally foggy Transitions: Images fade from one to another Duration 20 sec
  10. 10. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # Audio Image Duration 10 Narration: 20 sec Changes to colored background for list Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Transitions: Transitions: Music will continue in the background Text and effect: Physical symptoms: Headaches Vacant stare Appears dazed or stunned Dizziness Clumsiness/ balance problems Fuzzy/ blurry vision Sleeps more or less than usual Appears fatigued, tiered or sleepy Vomiting/ nausea Transitions: Images fade from one to another
  11. 11. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # Audio Image Duration 11 Narration: 20 sec Changes to colored background for list Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Text and effect: Emotional symptoms: Nervousness/ Anxiety Sat Irritability Personality changes Plays less Transitions: Transitions: Transitions: Images fade from one to another Music will continue in the background
  12. 12. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # Audio Image Duration 12 Narration: Image of 2 brains head to head 20 sec There are distinct differences in age when it comes to managing sport related concussions. Recent research demonstrates that high school athletes not only take longer to recover after a concussion when compared to collegiate or professional athletes, but they also may experience greater severity of symptoms and more neurological disturbances as measured by neuropsychological and postural stability tests. It is also estimated that 53% of high school athletes have sustained a concussion before participation in high school sports, and 36% of collegiate athletes have a history of Changes to colored background for list multiple concussions. Because the frontal lobes of the human brain continue to develop until age 25, it is vital to manage youth concussions very conservatively to ensure optimal neurological development and outcomes. Neuropsychological testing has been used for over 30 years in the assessment of cognitive function after concussive injuries. Neuropsychological tests are designed to measure cognitive skills and abilities such as intelligence, problem solving, memory, concentration, impulse control, and reaction time, to name a few. At the Sports Concussion Institute, both computerized and standard paper-and-pencil tests are utilized to gather evidence-based, comprehensive data on cognitive functioning before (i.e., Baseline Test) and after (i.e., Post-Injury Test) a concussive injury occurs. Sound effects: Text and effect: Soft “Sports type” music in the background What can be done to minimize the risk of concussions? Transitions: Transitions: Music will continue in the background Transitions: Images fade from one to another
  13. 13. Final Multimedia Project Storyboard Name: Stephanie Quinn Name of project: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Your Brain Have in Common? Objective: The purpose of this piece is two fold; it will serve as an introduction to a unit on force and motion and also to educate students and perhaps parents of the possibilities of concussions in all contact sports. Slide # Audio Image Duration Colored background with various fonts and sizes of text 13 Narration: 20 sec Sound effects: Soft “Sports type” music in the background Transitions: Text and effect: Credit slide Resources used for media presentation   Transitions: Images fade from one to another Music will continue in Words will scroll across the screen the background

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