Unit 1 - How can I pull my own weight?


Design Phase Instructions


In the Design Phase each team will produce a set of storyboards that give a preview of what one would expect to see in the training video. Each separate part of the training video (nutrition, weight training, etc.) will require a separate storyboard. Student teams are welcome to use the storyboard template file or are welcome to create their own custom storyboard as they see fit, provided the storyboards are approved. In addition to each sections storyboard, student teams are also required to turn in a basic script which provides the expected dialogue that will accompany each scene. Student teams are welcome to use the script template file or are welcome to create their own script format as long as the scripts are approved. Below you will find the Design Phase Rubric, copies of both the template files, and example storyboards and scripts to help you get started.


(*At the end of class on September 16th, your Design Tech instructor will give you a temporary grade for your Storyboards and Scripts. This temporary grade will only be an indication of what you would earn if no more work was done on the them. The Design Phase documents will be regraded after the product is due on September 26th. Any changes made between the 16th and the 26th will affect the final grade given for the design stage.)

Design Phase Rubric and Checklist


Required project elements in Criterion B – Design

Athlete’s in Training Storyboards and Scripts
  • Each new scene should be represented by a new storyboard
  • Scripts should match the storyboards and include appropriate, engaging dialogue that includes correct terminology
Criteria Score
Rubric Indicators
5-6
  • The students generate a range of feasible training concepts that include complete storyboards and scripts, each evaluated against the design specification.
    • Storyboards include a comprehensive use of various camera techniques and include separate pages for each scene.
    • Scripts include detailed descriptions of action that matches the storyboards and includes appropriate and detailed dialogue and technical terminology.
3-4
  • The students generate a few training concepts that include adequate storyboards and scripts
    • Storyboards include some variation in camera technique.
    • Script includes specific dialogue and references some terminology.
1-2
  • The students generate one training concept that includes a basic storyboard and/or script
0
  • No evidence or product turned in






Template Files


Storyboard Template File:

Script Template File:


Example Storyboard




Example Script