Script Writing Lessonslecture notes
Make your own drafts of comedies. Compose your own TV commercials. There are two preprinted spreadsheets, one with 20 words related to writing a script and one with the 20 corresponding definition, but not in the right order.
To define and retain a formality and an objectivity of sound, while respecting the standards and convention of the disciplines in which they write. Create clear and consistent texts in which the design, organisation and styles are appropriate to the job, aim and public. Design and reinforce writing as needed by designing, redesigning, editing, re-writing, or trying a new way of writing, concentrating on what is most important for a particular cause and audiences.
Educate your pupils about the interesting realm of screenwriting. You can ask her if anyone is acquainted with the topic or has composed a script. Check the most important words. Tell your pupils that this will be their opportunity to make their own drafts for them.
Dividing your pupils into six groups. You can tell your pupils that your drafts should be about five-minute. Have each group alternately present their drafts of comedies to the whole group. Tell your pupils that they can write TV advertising script and integrate jumpers if desired.
Finally, let each couple choose a speaker to view each ad, or if they wish, both pupils can view the ad together. Let your alumni know that they will take part in a contest to find out more about the writing of the script. Let your pupils stay in couples. Distribute two preprinted spreadsheets, one with the following 20 words and one with the 20 associated definition, but in a blended order.