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Claymation or Try to Make Your Point Quickly. 5 Steps to Clay Stardom 1.Script 2.Storyboard 3.Characters, Props, and Background 4.Lights, Camera, Action.

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1 Claymation or Try to Make Your Point Quickly

2 5 Steps to Clay Stardom 1.Script 2.Storyboard 3.Characters, Props, and Background 4.Lights, Camera, Action 5.PowerPoint or MovieMaker

3 Script Carefully plan what will be said in your story. Have students write this out exactly, including directions or ideas for scenes. This is a great time to talk about reading plays with their stage directions, such as Shakespeare.

4 Storyboard A storyboard is a loose drawing of your stories series of scenes. It is not meant to be a work of art. Just get your ideas down and work out the details. Old calendars work well. Each square provides a place to draw each scene. A blank 6 slide PowerPoint printed in handout view (6 slides to a page) makes a good storyboard.

5 Characters, Props and Background Characters do not have to be made with clay. Any small figures will work. Be creative! Props make it more 3 dimensional. Backgrounds can be made quickly using file folders and old calendars.

6 Lights, Camera, Action Once everything is set-up, you are ready to take your pictures. Follow your storyboard as you read the script. At least one picture per second

7 Choose one to use as your animator. In PowerPoint make a new photo album and rehearse timings to make them only show for a second or less In Movie Maker go to Tools>Options>Advanced Set timings to PowerPoint or Movie Maker

8 A Special Thank You to Paul Williamson Kathy Sumrall Vivian Marvray

9 Contact Us Joan Greene Lee Hall


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