Digital Movie – Planning Stage Storyboard ITEC 7230 – Spring 2009 April 28, 2009 Dafaney White, Iris Barlow

, Mary Frances Van Houten

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN FRAME DESCRIPTION MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION  Students will the beginning of the video  Windows Movie Maker titled “Elements of Fables”.  Digital Video Camera  The purpose of this slide will be to introduce the title.

NARRATION:  This shot will be a student the definition of a fable to the audience.  Windows Movie Maker  Digital Video Camera

Slide 2 NARRATION: A fable is a short tale used to teach a moral lesson often with animals as characters.

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN FRAME DESCRIPTION MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION  This shot will be of a student stating the  Windows Movie Maker purpose of fables.  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 3 NARRATION: The purpose of a fable is to entertain and teach a lesson. Fables usually end with a moral—a lesson that can be learned from the story.  This shot will be of a teacher identifying the  Windows Movie Maker five elements of a fable.  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 4 NARRATION: The five elements of a fable are: characters, setting, plot, theme, and mood.

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN FRAME DESCRIPTION MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION • This shot will be of a puppet explaining • Windows Movie Maker the element characters. • Digital Movie Camera

Slide 5 NARRATION: The puppet will say, “There are usually only 2 or 3 characters in a fable. Most of the characters are animals that act and talk like people.”  This shot will be of a different puppet explaining the element setting.  Windows Movie Maker  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 6 NARRATION: The puppet will say, “The setting of a fable can take place anywhere and occurs in real time.”

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN FRAME DESCRIPTION MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION  Windows Movie Maker  This shot will be of another puppet  Digital Movie Camera describing the plot of a fable.

Slide 7 NARRATION: The puppet will say, “The plot of a fable is very simple and interesting. It should make people think about the lesson it is teaching.”  This shot will be of another puppet describing the theme of a fable.  Windows Movie Maker  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 8 NARRATION: The puppet will say, “The theme of a fable tells a moral or message that can be used personally or in society.”

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE FRAME DESCRIPTION  This shot will be of another puppet describing the tone mood style of a fable.

AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION  Windows Movie Maker  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 9 NARRATION: The puppet will say, “The mood is that the reader is lead to new insights and understandings.”

 This shot will be of the media specialist reading a fable.

Slide 10 NARRATION: Media specialist reading fable.

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN FRAME DESCRIPTION MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION  This shot will be of a teacher reading a  Windows Movie Maker different fable.  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 11 NARRATION: Teacher will read the fable The Shepherd Boy and The Wolf.

 This shot will be of teacher asking questions about the fable that was read in previous shot.

 Windows Movie Maker  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 12 NARRATION: Teacher will say, 1. Who are the characters in this fable? boy, wolf 2. Where was the setting of the fable? in a pasture 3. What is the plot of the story? boy keeps crying wolf when there was no wolf and when the wolf really came nobody believed him 4. What is the theme of the story? nobody believes a liar 5. What could you learn from this story? always tell the truth

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN FRAME DESCRIPTION MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION  This shot will be of a teacher explaining  Windows Movie Maker about writing a fable.  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 13 NARRATION: Now that you know what a fable is, know the elements, and have heard an example, you will create your own fable during Writer’s Workshop. Use this rubric to keep you on task and make sure you include all the elements.

 This shot will be of students presenting their fable created during Writer’s Workshop.

 Windows Movie Maker  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 14 NARRATION: Students will present student created fable.

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN FRAME DESCRIPTION MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION  This shot will be of a teacher asking a  Windows Movie Maker question to students.  Digital Movie Camera

Slide 15 NARRATION: A fable teaches a moral or lesson. What lesson have you learned from a fable?  The final shots in the video will be of students answering the question, “What lesson have you learned from a fable?”  Windows Movie Maker  Digital Movie Camera

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PROJECT NAME: ELEMENTS OF A FABLE AUTHOR: DAFANEY WHITE, IRIS BARLOW, & MARY FRANCES VAN HOUTEN Slide 16 - 19 FRAME DESCRIPTION MEDIA LIST AND DESCRIPTION Credits  Credits  Windows Movie Maker NARRATION: Students giving answers to questions.

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Slide 20 NARRATION:

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