PPLI digital Story Telling A4 Poster - Page 6



Checklist 4
Storyboarding helps you plan your digital story and reect on how you want to tell your
story to your audience. Also, it helps you to decide:
-WHAT media you want to use
-WHEN and HOW you want them to appear in your video
Let’s see if your storyboard is ready…
PURPOSE / FOCUS
Have you given a title to your digital story?
Yes
Not yet
Are you clear on the purpose of your story?
Yes
Not yet
Have you divided the script into separate parts?
Yes
Not yet
Have you written each part of the story under the scenes of the storyboard?
Yes
Not yet
Have you numbered the scenes?
Yes
Not yet
Have you decided what type of emotion you will use when recording your script?
Yes
Not yet
Have you described or sketched the images/graphics
or video clip you want to include in each scene?
Yes
Not yet
Have you thought about how the pictures/videos/sounds relate to the story?
Yes
Not yet
Have you described the type of music and sounds you want to include in each scene?
Yes
Not yet
SCRIPT / NARRATION
WHAT MEDIA TO USE
HOW MEDIA ARE ORGANISED
Looking at the entire storyboard:
Do you think you can produce this number
of scenes before your deadline?
Yes
Not yet
Do you think the number of
visuals is appropriate?
Yes
Not yet
Do you think the way media items are used
reinforces/claries the message you want
to deliver with your digital story?
Yes
Not yet
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