Watch and enjoy the film Adventures are the Pits!
A reluctant boy gets more than he asked for in a ball pit. Will he conquer his fears to escape the adventure he finds himself in? My first short film makes i...
Return to the film again and pause it at the key moments identified in the chart below. This is to support tracking the character feelings across the story.
As you pause the film at each key point, discuss the feeling word together, e.g.
0:15 mins anxious
0:23 mins thrilled
0:41 mins annoyed
0:48 mins overwhelmed
1:22 mins disgusted
1:50 mins determined
2:02 mins mischievous
Use the same timings as in the chart above and prepare a narration/voice over for each key point
using the feeling words provided, e.g.
1. At the beginning of the film, the character feels anxious because …
2. When he rides the slide, the character feels thrilled because …
Continue this for each timing and feeling word. Write these in sentences remembering to check spelling and punctuation for each.
You are now ready to play the film and provide your voice over for each key moment in the film. Enjoy!
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The Tin Forest, written by Helen Ward and illustrated by Wayne Anderson Animation created by Cincinnati State students in the Graphic Design and 3D Animation...
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