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EDCI 566 Project #1Storyboard. Erin Janes.

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Topic Family History and GenealogyContext: Introduction to a Unit on Genealogy for a High School History Course. Supplementary materials:Genealogy Project Resources SheetProject Rubric – Outline for student Genealogy project requirements and timeline.

shenanigan s way

Shenanigan’s Way

Coming to America

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Sequence #1

Shot Description:

Family tree clip with highlight on Patrick & Molly Shenanigan (Modality Principle)

Irish Music playing in the background until narrator begins to speak then fades out.

Narrative Summary:

Through the journals of Molly Shenanigan, we hear the story of Patrick and Molly’s journey to America

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Sequence #2

Irish Coastline

Shot Description:

Ireland Coastline (Still Photo)

Colligan River (Still Photo)

Castle (Still Photo)

The Countryside (Still Photo)

Narrative Summary (Molly’s Voice:

Molly tells the story of why they chose to leave Ireland for America

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Sequence #3

Shot Description:

The ship and baggage

Narrative Summary (Molly’s Voice):

Molly’s journal entry tells the story of the trip across the ocean.

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Sequence #4

Shot Description:

Statue of Liberty

Narrative Summary (Molly’s Voice):

Molly’s journal describes the first sites of America

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Sequence #5

Shot Description:

Landing at Ellis Island

Narrative Summary (Molly’s Voice):

Molly describes her fears upon departing the ship and moving through the immigration process

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Sequence #6

Departing the Ship

Shot Description:

Departing the Ship

Narrative Summary (Molly’s Voice):

Molly describes reuniting with family who have already crossed over and the disagreement that splits them apart gain.

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Sequence #7

Shot Description:

Help Wanted Sign

Narrative Summary (Molly’s Voice):

Molly describes the families struggles with settling and finding work in their new country.

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Sequence #8

Shot Description:

Homestead

Narrative Summary (Molly’s Voice):

Molly’s journal describes the family’s eventual settlement into American Life

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Sequence #9

Shot Description:

What is your Story?

Narrative Summary: Narrator asks ,“What is your Story? “ as a lead in to the project discussion

What is

your story?

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References:

Celtic Ship [Image] Retrieved from: http://www.brian-fitzgerald.net/doonynews/roots/fitzgerald.htm

Departing the Ship [mage] Retrieved from: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4062605

Ellis Island [Image] Retrieved from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellis_Island

Irish Coastline [Image] Retrieved from: http://www.freepik.com/free-photo/irish-coastline_652792.htm

No Irish Sign [Image] Retrieved from: http://lajhsslab.com/immigration/discrimination.htm

Statue of Liberty [Image] Retrieved from: http://www.nps.gov/stli/historyculture/the-immigrants-statue.htm

Tree [Image] Retrieved from: http://onewomansway.com/MyBlog/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Family-Tree.jpg

*Homestead Photo is a personal photo

**Irish Landscape photos courtesy of Heather Tate