Notes on Storyboarding and Abstracts 92807

Notes on Storyboarding and Abstracts 92807 - rd Person (the...

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Storyboarding The process of writing is always the same. You must always plan. Storyboarding is a visual outline. It’s a drawing of a works component parts. Newspapers, web sites, magazines, TV/FILM all use Storyboarding. There are some applications which allow you to storyboard. Powerpoint and Word are examples of such programs. Some Macromedia applications work as well. One way is to use 3 x 5 cards. You can have series of cards that you connect in some way (ex. a string) with writing on each card. The idea is to create a visual outline. It’s easier to see the organization in this graphical format. Thumbnail sketches can also be used that are created on paper. This is probably the most efficient thing to do. Outline the text & sketch graphics. In TV and film storyboarding is an art form. Abstracts Brief summary of article, report, poster. Length is about 150 words. Written in 3
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Unformatted text preview: rd Person (the research team). Sometimes you can use the first person plural (we , our research proves etc.) This should be used on a very limited basis. There are two types of abstracts: Descriptive: describes problem and methodologies (no conclusions) Informative: same as descriptive but includes conclusions Some abstracts are distant from the reader and very objective. The consensus amongst sources is to not include an abstract on a poster. Even though the tone of Chindogu includes humor, one must include consideration of audience and purpose when writing. You may even submit your Chindogu to the universal Chindogu society. Be considerate of the use of rhetorical devices. Kenji Kawakamis philosophy is to enjoy the process....
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course ENG 107 taught by Professor Nobleman during the Spring '08 term at University of Miami.

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