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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.
These sheets will also be useful if there is limited access to iPads. The pupils can discuss their ideas and gather their footage before going on to use iMovie.
If you do make these available to pupils, I’d love to know that it is useful.
(I was testing out a new plugin that embeds the pdf, but it was proving unreliable.)
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)
These are great! Last year was my first year of teaching with iPads and we used iMovie a lot. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you. You have just saved me a couple of hours of mucking about taking screenshots and making up storyboards. Happy dance.
Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you! I found this one week befor bedding it…PERFECT timing! Using it with mixed ability reading group grades 3-5 and will keep you posted!
Nice work – several grade 4 teachers will be using these for their student book talks – great opportunity to create short, exciting videos about their favourite books.
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Great job with these. WE can use them right after Christmas vacation! Thank you!
Spurred on by the continued interest in these, I have uploaded three more. Enjoy!
Thank you so much! I am going to use these to help train teachers on how to use the iMovie trailers!
Thank you so much! Took me about 3 hours to create a trailer today before I found these and now I can work so much faster!!!
YOU ARE AWESOME!!!! My tired old eyes can’t see the “photo browswer” within the app worth diddly, so I knew I needed to create albums ahead of time. This will make my planning a breeze. Thank you. Sarah
AMAZING!!! Just what I needed!!!!
I am going to us them this afternoon with my fourth graders.
I would love to see the rest, Bollywood etc up as well.
Thank you for such a great resource!
Could you make the rest of them?! I LOVE these! but iMovie put out BollyWood, fairytale, retro, romance, scary, and swashbuckler. Thanks a ton!!!
Thanks! I’ll see if I can make the rest next weekend.
Thanks very much for sharing these Fabulous!
You Rock! Many props to you!
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These are awesome! Do you have plans to make storyboards for the others? Because if you do, I need to send you a starbucks gift card or something! You’ve saved me so much time!!!
Thanks so much for these – so glad I found them before having a go at creating them for myself. Much appreciated
I can’t access any links on your blog page. I really want to download your storyboards but can’t. HELP!!!
Thanks for alerting me to this. I’m trying to resolve the issue. I have found that the page isn’t working for anonymous users at the moment, but is working for me whilst logged in. If you need them before tomorrow, try creating an account and logging in to see if that works.
I believe that this has now been fixed.
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