9 Nov. Podcast Scripts.
Part I. Remote Classroom Instructions
- 1. Watch Walking Dead, Ep. 5 & 6
- 2. Watch the How-To write your Collaborative Script Draft Video below
- 3. Complete your assigned portion of the Collaborative Script Draft generator in the Google Doc attached to your name below
Part II. Class Plan Video
- 1. Housekeeping
- 2. How-To write a podcast script or storyboard
- 3. How-To access the Google Doc to write your Collaborative Script Draft
- 4. Overview of what to expect during Team Meetings and for the remainder of the unit/semester
- 1. The Sequence Analysis has been cancelled
- 2. The final due date for the podcast has been pushed forward to Dec 5
- 3. The script draft is collaborative and to be completed in Google Doc
- 4. Be sure to complete any outstanding work prior your Team Meeting
- The following is a model storyboard that I put together. Your script should be more detailed. For instance, name the sound cues; include some description/analysis of the scenes you discuss; include questions for “guests” and even guest ‘bio’s’; and any other segment/analysis outline or details you’ll need when you record.
- Remember it takes approx. 1 minute to say/read 130 words
- Also the format below is just a model. You’ll need to decide, as a group, what sort of organization works best for your topic and format.
|Introduction||Opening sound cue/audio; title; introduce hosts; and let audience know what to expect in terms of content and format. Can use the introduction to introduce your main claim(s) and how you plan to develop them in the introduction. May want to designate two or three group members as hosts and other members as guests. Example Topic: Walking Dead, Season One and Ideal Eats!|
|Segment One||Example Segment: Top Five ‘Best Eats!!’. [signal with sound cue–some gross zombie eating guts noises, perhaps] At its heart Walking Dead is a show about eating–who eats and who gets eaten. In today’s top five best eats, and really throughout the podcast, we’ll show how life after nature is possible in the Walking Dead because it is a world filled with ideal consumers. Top five list: Dinner with Dwaine, Morgan, and Rick, ATL zombies eat Ricks horse, foraging for mushrooms with Lori, zombies eat Daryl’s deer, and fishing with Andrea and her sister.|
|Analysis Transition||[Signal with sound cue] What do you all think of this week’s rankings? Discussion of each scene in comparison to the others and the defintion of our podcast topic/key term–(Ideal Eats) Really use sequence analysis terms here. May also want to discuss what scenes didn’t make the cut. Ex: Why not include getting drunk at the CDC?|
|Segment Two||[Signal with sound cue] now I am going to interview one or two expert ‘guests.’ Determine what specialties your team members have and how you can those specialities may make them good podcasts guests. For instance, knowledge of the show or of, in the case of this podcast, sustainable agriculture & raw food diets|
|Analysis/Transition||[Signal with a sound cue] Now all five of us will tie the first two segments back into the overall goal of the podcast–Ideal Eating and life after nature. Then transition into the last segment.|
|Segment Three||[Signal with sound cue] Our final segment is a recipes of the week! This week’s recipe is Macaroni Milanese: bring pot of salted water to a boil, cook 1 lb. macaroni according to package, in a separate pan fry tongue, set aside and add lemon juice and white wine, reduce, add cream (3-4 mins), add truffles or mushrooms, add butter until sauce thickens, salt and pepper to taste. Remove from heat and add gruyere. Pour sauce over cooked pasted in 9′ x 11′ baking dish. Bake 35 mins at 350.|
|Analysis/Transition||[Signal with sound cue] tie recpie into overall goal of the show and then transition into conclusion|
|Conclusion||[Signal with sound cue] thank guests and provide an overview if you think audiences need one.|
Collaborative Script Generator
In order to draft your script, I assigned you all the same five questions. Answer all five quests assigned to you. Then during your assigned Team Meetings, we will look for common ideas and compose a draft of the script you will use to record the final draft of your podcast.