The character on the far left is going to describe the term "Vocal Fry" to the audience. He will describe the anatomy that the scream is derived from (Arytenoids) and give an example.
The character on the right will explain the function of the arytenoids, and how there are two muscles that can use arytenoids: the LCA and the TIA. The basis of singing is the the coordination of the air pressure in your lungs and the vocal folds closing.
The following image is a placeholder since I don't have premium, but will essentially be a graphic of someone screaming. The narration will then go on to differentiate between a yell and a scream and talk about how the fry scream is a way to make your arytenoids slap together and rasp to distort your voice.
Match the questions with the correct answer by dragging and dropping!
The character on the left then describes how to execute the vocal fry sound, and instructs the learner to hum for ten minutes before speaking using the vocal fry.
The character on the left explains that the reasons why the learner should speak instead of sing when they're starting out. This is largely to preserve the vocal health of the learner.
We will assess what the learner has learned by giving them a simple matching game. They will match questions in one column to the appropriate answers on the right column. The graphic above is largely a placeholder and is purely conceptual.