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10 Steps in Creating a Digital Story • Develop Story Topics - Complete • Write Your Story - Complete • Gather Images – In Progress, due Friday • Recorded Audio – due Friday • Organize Files – In Progress , due Friday • Create Storyboard – In Progress , due Friday • Record Voice-Over –Start Friday 12/9 • Digital Editing | Start Mon. 12/12 • Record audio • Import pictures • Choose Soundtrack | Start Mon. 12/12 • Add Visual Effects | Start Mon. 12/12 • Share Your Story | Start Mon. 12/12
Due 12/6/2011 • Integrate the 7 Elements of Digital Storytelling • Create “Project Folder” and two folders in it: “images” and “audio” • Save digital pictures in images folder • Save all audio recordings in audio • Create copy of essay and rename it Storyboard. Save in Project Folder
Due Friday – 12/9/2011 • Production Checklist • Folders – Project Folder > images &audio • Storyboards – Printed and Turned in • Artifacts – Saved in Project Folder • Recorded Interviews – Emailed & Saved in Project Folder • VideoSpin Setup Complete • Audacity Setup Complete
Lesson Plan – 12/7/2011 ENTER PRODUCTION PHASE • Peer Tutor Training – After School Today! • Sarah Kay’s Video on Storytelling • How many stories does Sarah tell? • What is unique about Sarah's storytelling technique • How can you apply her technique to your story? • Storyboarding Inserting Titles & Image Markers
By End of Class Today • Create copy of essay. • Save in project folder • rename it Storyboard. • Save in Project Folder • Storyboard • Inserting Titles (Storyboard 1) Insert Image or Image Markers (Describe Image)
Lesson Plan 12/8/2011 • Production Checklist on Desk • Edit to include project folder…check for Audacity • Drag Project Folder on Desktop • Check for Audacity • Work on Storyboards • Shoot Pictures • Add images/audio to your Project Folder on Desktop.
Common Issues w/Storyboards • Don’t say, “I interviewed my ______, and this is what she said" unless you are intestinally using dialogue--be careful with this If you are recording a quote, type it on a slide and show that slide while you are reading it.
Common Issues w/Storyboards • Make sure stories are in chronological order Make sure images are authentic. No clip art!"
Common Issues w/Storyboards • Consider adding quotes as text over the picture.
Common Issues w/Storyboards • Start out with a hook or dramatic question and answer it or resolve it by the end of the story.
Common Issues w/Storyboards • Make sure you tell a story--don't tell me about the interview--tell me a story of someone's life. (point-of-view).
Common Issues w/Storyboards • Remember stories elicit emotion, biographies don't.
Common Issues w/Storyboards • Make sure you ask/answer the essential question.
Common Issues w/Storyboards • Make sure to find a theme between all your stories that answers the essential question Make sure you use the checklist as a checklist--follow instructions!
Common Issues w/Storyboards • PROOFREAD!