Learning Event 3:
IDENTIFY ELEMENTS OF THE FINAL SCRIPT
This is the final product in the "building block" process of writing a
script. You are now ready to take the storyboard and put it into a script
This script is the detailed blueprint that will provide all the
necessary directions to those involved in producing a first-class visual
information presentation. Some of the information contained in the script
will include directions for:
picture taking, artwork, filming, camera
placement (or angle), audio, and special effects.
The script is laid out in a vertical two-column format and will look
like the format shown on the next page (fig 3-22).
Figure 3-23 shows a completed script. Study this script; compare it
to the storyboard and the other products to see the "building block"
process. Remember - this script was specifically designed for television,
but format and principles are still the same.