I did a quick search, delving a few pages deep in the results, but couldn’t find what I wanted. I thought that it would be useful if a trailer could be planned in advance, rather than shoot footage and hope that there was enough of the various types of scenes to fit the trailer templates. I know that we should design a trailer around our content, but it is also nice to be able to create one quickly from the templates. All 14 of the trailers are now available. Thanks to your comments and retweets the remaining six have now been created. The file sizes are larger, as I must have used a different method for putting the files together (they were created in Pages on iPad).
These sheets will also be useful if there is limited access to iPads. The students can discuss their ideas and gather their footage before going on to use iMovie.
If you do make these available to students, I’d love to know that it is useful. I’ve included a link below to people that have been using them. If you have some ‘in-action’ photos of their use, I’d be more than happy to add them here along with a link.Creating Book Trailers with iMovie and iPads
Coming of Age
I am now using a file manager to track and manage downloads. Having gone back through the statistics, the number of downloads listed are now accurate. (24th February, 2013)
15th January 2014 – Thanks Craig Duplessie for getting in touch. There are now three adapted storyboards that Craig has adapted, which you all may find useful too.
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