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Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Published in: Education. Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Maricela Hernandez , Sales Associate at Forever No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Afi Screen Education Workshop 1. Digital Storytelling Reflections What digital storytelling activities have you tried with students?
Briefly explain the nature of the project, tech skills such as working with photos, video, narration, or audio and the technology tools used by the students.
How was the activity connected to your curriculum? What worked well? What would you do differently? Workshop Objectives Learn to think like a filmmaker, as you investigate and create powerful movies using visual storytelling techniques from AFI Screen Education.
Make connections between the writing process and the filming process as you collaboratively pitch, storyboard, film, edit and exhibit. Find out how visual storytelling can deepen understanding of curriculum and engage students in 21st century skills. The person hears a sound and becomes mildly concerned.
The person hears the sound again and becomes visibly apprehensive. The Language of Film A shot is a word. Several shots put together make a sentence. A scene is a paragraph. Time to Storyboard Surprise Storyboard Switch! You actually did this with kids? What else could you do? Find Great Ideas on the Web! Project Tips You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips.
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Movie stories originate in the mind of a writer who creates a screenplay or script. The screenplay provides a detailed roadmap to the director and other members of the filmmaking team. The screenplay includes all the words spoken by the characters dialogue , stage directions that indicate all nonverbal actions by characters, elements of setting, sound effects, design and music in short, the screenwriter writes everything intended for an audience to see and hear. Challenge: Based on the notes you received from your treatment and pitch, write a screenplay that expands on your original treatment. Create and present a full script for peer review that describes story, dialogue, setting and mood.
AFI SCREEN EDUCATION PROCESS Step Two: Screenwriting and Storyboarding
If you've ever wondered what a storyboard is, why it's needed to create a film, or how to make one, these resources will help begin your exploration of the process. The American Film Institute has created a manual that shows budding directors how to illustrate the movement of the camera, as well as its focus, in a storyboard. Be sure to consult this resource for a variety of ideas on how to compose the plans for your shots. Use one of the following activities to create the storyboard for your film.
Movie Workshop for Elementary Students: Storyboarding/Directing
Are you a Mac? Skip to main content. Topic outline General. General Movie Making. Topic 1 Moviemaking Pointers. Storyboarding Examples Folder. Presto-Chango Rough Cut File.