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Read the information contained in here - so that you know what is expected of you! - Create your storyboard. (8-12 frames for 30s ad) - Advertise your product. - Publish your storyboard as a PDF - Attach to assignment on Google Classroom.

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  • STORYBOARD FOR 30s Advertisement Set up your first storyboard - for the free version you will only be able to use 3x2 frames, (but you have two free storyboards per week, so this gives you 12 frames all up. (And you will only need 8 frames in total)).
  • Make sure you use closeups / mid shots / long shots - you can crop the backgrounds and characters and move them about to fit.
  • At the end you will need to save your work as a PDF and then upload it to the assignment on Google Classroom.
  • You can add important description of your shots in here. (Letting me know about any dialogue that cannot fit into the text frame above, or explaining any other necessary information that isn't obvious in the storyboard).
  • Show that you have done your research on advertising techniques using the pdf and info on Google Classroom from your last lesson.
  • You need to have this finished today! So work hard. This is part of your assessment task.
  • GIVE YOURSELF 10 mins to experiment, and then 30 mins to complete the task.
  • Make sure that your text choices are legible. And remember the main idea - to persuasively advertise your product in 30s
  • You are being assessed on your ability to: •Follow written instructions •Solve problems and show resilience with your task when the answers are not obvious •Complete task in a given time frame (by end of today) - you will be able to save and log in again at home to finish task on computer at home if necessary. MUST be uploaded by 7.30pm. •Advertise your product using advertising techniques
  • If you are not sure about this - check out info on Google Classroom about Advertising.
  • CLASS ASSESSMENT
  • IMPORTANT - READ!
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