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1.3.9 Project: Complete Your AssignmentProjectEnglish 9 Sem 2 (S4386355)Points possible: 40Date: ____________Write a script and storyboard for a video that presents the story of Macbethin 60 seconds. If the technology is available, you must work with a group to select the best script and storyboard andthen record the video; you and your classmates will be the performers.To fit the entire story of Macbethinto one minute, you must select only the most important events and characters from the play. You must therefore show a good understanding of the overall plot.You must also use careful pacing to present your shortened version of Macbethin a way that anaudience can understand.Your project should include the following elements:.A script divided into short scenes that depict only the essential moments from Macbeth.Dialogue made up entirely of lines from Macbeth.A setting (in this case, a set) that is appropriate to the story.An overall tone and mood that fit the play.A storyboard that shows what the actors should be doing in each sceneYou should have completed a draft of this assignment in the activity before this one. If you haven't done so, go back and complete that activity now.
Ask yourself these questions as you revise:.In each scene, do I include only the bare minimum dialogue necessary for it to make sense? Are my scenes only a few seconds long? Does my pacing strike the right balance so that it's nottoo fast or too slow?.Am I careful to only include characters and events from the play that are critical to the overall story?.Does all my dialogue come from Macbethitself?.Do the setting, lines of dialogue, and interactions between characters all work together to createa tone and mood similar to the original play?.Does my storyboard clearly show what each actor should do in each scene?Use this rubric to determine how well you're meeting the criteria for the assignment.