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2010 & 2011 Middle School Technology Activities, National TSA Conference Competitive Events Guide
182
It takes a lotof time and effort,and sometimes a lotof extra footage, to
produce a finished
video. Be sure your entry includes only thefootage you want tobe considered as your 
final product.
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION
OVERVIEW
Participants develop and generate a detailed storyboard, production
plan, and finished video.The theme for 2010 is Energy Efficiency in Your Community.
The theme for 2011 is Learning to Live in a Technical World.
CHALLENGE
Develop and submit a detailed storyboard, production plan, and
finished video that depicts the current year’s theme.
ELIGIBILITY
Participants are limited to three (3) teams per state. Entries may besubmitted by an individual or group.
TIME LIMITS
 A minimum of two and one half (2½) minutes to a maximum of four (4) minutes of video footage is submitted on a DVD.
ATTIRE
Casual TSA attire as described in Competitive Events Attire is theminimum requirement.
PROCEDURE
 A. Entries must be submitted at the time stated in the conferenceprogram.B. Entries are reviewed by evaluators.C.Entries not retained by national TSA (see Regulations, E) maybe collected at the time designated for pick-up.
D.Ten (10) finalists are announced at the awards ceremony.
REGULATIONS
 A.The participant’s video must feature the current year’s theme.
TECHNOLOGYSTUDENT ASSOCIATION
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Lights, Camera, Action
TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSOCIATION
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B. The sequence of the video footage corresponds to that of thestoryboard.C.Each storyboard/production plan should be presented in astandard three (3)-ring binder, with a clear front sleeve for acover page. The cover page must include the event title, theconference city and state, and the year. The inside of the binder must include the following single-sided, 8 1/2" x 11" pages in theorder below:1. Title page, with the event title, conference city and state, andthe year; one (1) page2. Table of contents; one (1) page3. Storyboard; pages as neededa) Description of video footage at each segment
b) Specific instructions for camera operation (movements,
angles)c) Description of audio for each video segment (titling,name and source of music and/or sound effects, scriptfor narration); if copyrighted music is used, credit mustbe given and permission must be secured
d) Specific instructions for editing and connecting footage
(cuts, dissolves, wipes, special effects)e) Estimated time in seconds for each segment
D.All video footage must be originally created and filmed by
students in the same chapter. No commercial or copyrightedvideo footage may be used.E. Some entries may be retained by national TSA for promotionalpurposes. If the entry contains images of people, proof of consent must be provided. Minors require parental consent.(See Photo/Film/Video Consent and Release form that followsfor any individuals included in the video footage.)
EVALUATION
Evaluation is based on storyboard and videotape content andquality.
 A storyboardusually contains rough,hand-drawn sketchesof each scene with
notes. Stick figuresare perfectly fine! The
emphasis here is onplanning importantchanges in scene andaction. Your storyboardshould be a kind of “outline” of your video.
 
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Lights, Camera, Action
TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSOCIATION
 ®
STEM INTEGRATION
This event has connections to the STEM areas noted below. Pleaserefer to the STEM INTEGRATION section of this guide.Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Leadership skills promoted in this event: 
Communication:Students effectively communicate themessage of the film/video. Use leadership lessons:
Did You Know?
and
It’s All in the Details
Creative Thinking:Students use original thoughts to create
video elements. Use leadership skills:
Put Creativity Into It 
 and
Invent It! 
Teamwork:Students work with actors/team members tocreate a film. Use leadership lessons:
 Airplane
and
TheGenerals
  Additional leadership skills promoted in this event:
Decision Making• Ethics• Organization
TSA AND CAREERS
This competition has connections to one or more of the career areasfeatured in the TSA AND CAREERS section of this guide. Use
The16 Career Clusters
chart and the
TSA Competitions and Career Clusters
grid as resources for information about careers.
CAREERS RELATED TO THIS EVENT
 Audio engineer Cinematographer Film editor Screen play writer 

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