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Narration/dialogue: -Identify the key terms that need to beon this slideHow can these terms fit into your story theme?Expl...
Narration/dialogue: •Introduce your object -•Be as specific as possible – Brand , model etc.•Tell us why you chose your ob...
Narration/dialogue:Include a list of components and ingredients – usecommon and chemical namesKeyterms -Camera motion:Vide...
Narration/dialogue: Tell us about these places and peopleKeyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:T...
Narration/dialogue: Provide a description of how this changeis made – use the language of chemistryShare any info you thin...
Narration/dialogue: Discuss major impacts for the people and ecosystemswhere these activities take place. Use the language...
Narration/dialogue:•Outline what the major impacts of use and disposalof your item are.•Give examples of problems and solu...
Narration/dialogue:•A simple list of sources which you canexplain and which are more detailed than website addresses.Camer...
Narration/dialogue:Summarize your response to the results ofyour research.Keyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effec...
Narration/dialogue:Summarize your response to the results ofyour research.Keyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effec...
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Story Board Template Origins & Change

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Story Board Template Origins & Change

  1. 1. Narration/dialogue: -Identify the key terms that need to beon this slideHow can these terms fit into your story theme?Explain with your audio narration that you will add as youbuild a screencastCamera motion: optional – consider short video clipswithin your presentationVideo effect: optional – animations or special effectsAudio effect: Is there a way to add sound beyond yournarration – music in and out that connects us to theproduct – a clip from an interview?Shot duration: allocate time to each slide so the wholepresentation will stay in the 5 minute rangeTransition to next scene: keep it interestingStoryboard Panel# SampleThis is where you noteWhat visual you willWant to use -
  2. 2. Narration/dialogue: •Introduce your object -•Be as specific as possible – Brand , model etc.•Tell us why you chose your objectKey Terms -Theme established -Camera motion: optional –Video effect: optionalAudio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # 1Your ObjectSet the tone of your theme
  3. 3. Narration/dialogue:Include a list of components and ingredients – usecommon and chemical namesKeyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # 2Components & IngredientsIntrodroduce the characters in your story
  4. 4. Narration/dialogue: Tell us about these places and peopleKeyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # 3Raw Materials - Show specific places on earth where theraw materials are sourced for your item•Include a map and images of the places raw materials aresourced•Show the people who live thereSet up the location for your story
  5. 5. Narration/dialogue: Provide a description of how this changeis made – use the language of chemistryShare any info you think is important or interestingKeyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # IVChemical Changes - show a model drawing ofcompounds involved – show a facility/lab andimages of how this change is madeAction of your main character’s birth in the story
  6. 6. Narration/dialogue: Discuss major impacts for the people and ecosystemswhere these activities take place. Use the language of chemistry.Keyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # VEffects of Sourcing &Manufacturting - Present images of the placesmaterials are processed & manufacturing is done.Trajic, heroic or comic events?......in the story
  7. 7. Narration/dialogue:•Outline what the major impacts of use and disposalof your item are.•Give examples of problems and solutions to problems (or negative effects)Keyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # VIImpacts of Use & Disposal -How does the story resolve? What alternative ending can you providethe story?
  8. 8. Narration/dialogue:•A simple list of sources which you canexplain and which are more detailed than website addresses.Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # VIISources of InformationThe Credits….
  9. 9. Narration/dialogue:Summarize your response to the results ofyour research.Keyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # VIIIAll You – Personal StatementDedications and preview to the sequel…..of this box office hit!
  10. 10. Narration/dialogue:Summarize your response to the results ofyour research.Keyterms -Camera motion:Video effect:Audio effect:Shot duration:Transition to next scene:Storyboard PanelSlide # VIIIAll You – Personal StatementDedications and preview to the sequel…..of this box office hit!

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