The Multimedia & Social Innovation module encourages students to explore the topic of social innovation using multimedia as a tool to influence change in their communities.full course
- Module Introduction
- Media Analysis
- Creating a Storyboard
- Photography & Camera Angles
- Writing A Script
- How to Record Voice Overs
- Filming an Interview
- Filming on a Smart Device
- News Programme – Class Project
- 9 Sentence Story
- Lets Go Blogging
- Elements Of A Film
- Social Media Campaign
- Shoot The Video
- Project Management
- Organising Your Exhibition Event
- Video Styles & Copyright
In this lesson students will learn what a script is and how to write one, as well as recognise and understand the layout and directions.
- Students will learn:
- how to brainstorm for ideas.
- what a script is.
- the basics of how to write a script.
- an appreciation for the difference between a written script and the interpretation in the finished product.
- how to develop teamwork skills & develop writing skills
- Laptop / Projector
- Computer Lab for Students
- Sample Script
- Mixed Up Fairy-tale
- What is Script writing?
- Shrek – How a script is used
Introduction to Scriptwriting (10 minutes) – Slides
Group discussion – What makes a Good Script?
Video – How to Write a Script
Breaking into groups of 4 and giving them the sample script to act out between themselves (15 minutes) – Sample Script Handouts
Asking for volunteers to act out the script in front of the class (5 minutes)
Show the class the scene where the script was used (5 minutes) – Shrek Video
Break (5 minutes)
Break into groups (max 4) to write a script (20 minutes)
Option 1 – Pick a Theme for the Story
Allow students to write their own story / script following the chosen theme.
Option 2 – Mixed Up Fairy-tale
Students will be given 2 characters from different fairy-tales and 2 different scenarios. Their job is to draft a short 3 minute script with a new fairy-tale.
Swap scripts between groups and act them out (10 minutes)
(80 minutes in total)