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Storyboard Sales Percentages Mm

Storyboard Sales Percentages Mm

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Published by: Michael Maxwell on Apr 26, 2011
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PAGE:
1
DATE
: 2-25-08
PROJECT NAME:
SALES & PERCENTAGES
AUTHOR:
MICHAEL MAXWELL
FRAME DESCRIPTION
Students will see a photo of a sales advertisement. On theslide will be the title of the presentation
After the title is narrated, a cash register will sound and theslide will fade away.
The purpose of this slide is to introduce students to thetopic by utilizing visual cues they have seen within realworld experiences.
NARRATION:
SALES & PERCENTAGES
MEDIA LIST:
PRICE IS RIGHT THEME SONGPHOTO OF SALES ADVERTISEMENTCASH REGISTER SOUNDNARRATIVE
Digital Storytelling Storyboard 1 Michael Maxwell
 
PAGE:
2
DATE
: 2-25-09
PROJECT NAME:
SALES & PERCENTAGES
AUTHOR:
MICHAEL MAXWELL
FRAME DESCRIPTION
Students will see a photo of an advertised sale
Narration applied.
The purpose of this slide is to explain a sale
NARRATION:
Have you ever been to a store, maybe at the mall, or watching television and you see an advertisement of a sale? A saleis when an individual can purchase an item for a discounted price.
MEDIA LIST:
PHOTO OF SALES ADVERTISEMENTNARRATIVE
Digital Storytelling Storyboard 2 Michael Maxwell
 
PAGE:
3
DATE
: 2-25-09
PROJECT NAME:
SALES & PERCENTAGES
AUTHOR:
MICHAEL MAXWELL
FRAME DESCRIPTION
Students will see an original photo of a cashier and cashregister. The shot will start at the cash register and pan out.
No music will be played during this slide. Narrationapplied.
The purpose of this slide is to ask students about the mathinvolved in determining the final sales price of an item,including tax.
NARRATION:
Do you think you can calculate the final price of any item on sale? Would you know the correct amount of money to givethe cashier? You will follow Kayla and Sierra as they learn about percentages and final sale prices.
MEDIA LIST:
PHOTO OF CASHIER AND CASH REGISTERNARRATIVE
Digital Storytelling Storyboard 3 Michael Maxwell

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