Designing for Inclusivity - Rough Design 2

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  • Scene 1
  • INCLUSIVITY Explained Through Down Syndrome
  • Scene 2
  • Inclusivness
  • Scene 3
  • Down Syndrome
  • The theatre curtains open (background) and the title appears on the screen. The title will be bold, large black so it is clear and evident.  There will be prominent background music as soon a the video begins. This frame will be approximately be 5-7 seconds in length
  • Scene 4
  • Character A (Lilly) will talk about inclusivity, what it means and the importance of it while walking on the pathway. There will be bright, bold key words that appear to match the voiceover and to help reinforce the concept of inclusivity. There will be background music playing - it will be a song called 'buddy' that is upbeat and positive. This frame will be approximately 20-25 seconds in length
  • Scene 5
  • Inclusive Culture
  • In scene 3, Lilly will meet character B (Nick), who will have down syndrome. They will both begin crossing the street together. Through a voiceover, Nick and Lilly, both, will explain what down syndrome is -in a decent amount of detail. Again, there will be bright, bold key words that appear to match the voiceover and to help reinforce the concept of inclusivity. And the background music, 'buddy', will continue to play. This frame will be approximately 25 seconds in length
  • Scene 6
  • Credits:  Moovly software Bensound, Royalty Free Music  Voiceovers: Tanisha Chadha Disclaimer:  the video did not cost any money to create & produce the idea is original Created by: Tanisha Chadha (Year 11 Design Assignment)
  • In scene 4, Lilly and Nick will continue to explain what down syndrome is -in a decent amount of detail.  They will bump into Marcie (character C) and ask her to join them to show the idea of inclusivity. Additionally, there will be bright, bold key words that appear to match the voiceover and to help reinforce the concept of inclusivity. The background music, 'buddy', will continue to play. This frame will be approximately 20 seconds in length
  • In scene 5, Lilly, Nick and Marcie will reinforce the importance of an inclusive culture - with bright, bold words to match the voiceover .The background music, 'buddy', will continue to play. This frame will be approximately 10 seconds in length
  • In Scene 6 will be credits, aknowledgements and disclaimers. There will be a plain background with bold and relatively large white writing - moving vertically (like credits in a movie). The background music 'buddy' will still be playing. This frame will be approximately 5-7 seconds in length
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