Traveling Thespians Project

1. Video Each class member must produce a 60 sec video about Traveling Thespians.

Create a folder on your desktop called 3Grades

save as:  lastname   Qt4 Wk   travelingthespians

90-100  Including but not limited to pictures, video, titles, transitions, background music, interview, written script, roving reporter, heart of the matter, video tells a story, flows well, redirects the viewer often, large audience friendly, desktop proof of use of software and keyframes, if entered video could win awards

80-90  Includes written script, appropriate music pictures/video, video titles, background music, interview, tells a story, redirects the viewer often, desktop proof of use of software

70-80  Includes pictures, video titles, transitions, background music, tell the story, flows, keeps interest of the viewer, redirects the viewer

60-70  Includes pictures, titles, story weak or out of date or/and unclear, video weak none or little redirection of the viewer

50-60   Not much of an attempt, weak video, titles, discordant music,

Use the Traveling Thespians  video: and create a positive pro-VCS / TTV 60 second recap. Use your cell phones and your voice to tell the narrative. Explain first who and why they travel, great practice for the drama class, chance for other students to see. Start the story and find the heart of the matter and then tie the end together with positive words.


Weekly/Daily Effort 

Each class member needs to be in class on time computer/software opened setting the example for other students

Part of the grade will be absenteeism / promptness, attitude, teamwork, always on task, leadership, helping others with their project.

Load the TT video in your Adobe software, appropriately cut video to 60 sec telling the story of the VCS TT.  Add your voice, no background music, and some audio of the video. 


Come to class prepared... bring your ear buds, cell phones and practice the narritive recording. 

Here's the steps Camera / video / record your voice / email it to yourself (  / save to your hard drive / import to premier pro.