Opioid Abuse Storyboard

Opioid Abuse Storyboard

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  • Opioids kill over 100 people a day in the US.
  • You will see words on the screen, and hear calm music in the background of the words. You will read the words on the screen and it will say interesting and intriguing facts about opioids and the video. It will transition from slide to slide with different facts. The effect is to warn and hook the viewer. The element of argument is the hook. I think this will be the easiest part of the video.
  • You will see an interview with me and a doctor who prescribes opioids. You will hear us talking about his job and how he prescribes opioids. You will read his credentials. It will be put together by me asking questions and him answering. The effect is to show how opioids are prescribed in real life. The problem will be getting the interview into the documentary. This will be a piece of evidence.
  • You will see archival footage of opioids. You will hear me or someone explaining the opioids and facts about them and the problem there is with over prescription. You also might read about opioids. It will be put together by explaining the pills and the dangers along with them. The intended effect is to show that this is a problem. The element of argument is the claim. The problem will be doing a voiceover for this.
  • You will see the risks of opioids such as overdosing with archival footage. You will also hear about the risks like death. There probably won't be anything to read. Each piece of footage will transition into another piece. The effect is to strengthen the claim and show risks. The element of argument is evidence. The only problem will be cutting and going from picture to picture.
  • You will see how opioids help people and aren't always bad by using archival footage. You will hear that opioids can save peoples lives because they were made to relieve pain. You probably won't read anything. Each piece of evidence will transition into another one. The effect is to show the opposite of my claim, opioids are good. The element of argument is the counterclaim. The only problem will be transitioning.
  • This will show that opioids actually help and they were made to be a good thing not a bad thing.The intended effect is to show opioids help people. The element of argument is the concession. I don't think there will be any problems.
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