1 Our title is ‘Fantastic Fones’
2 Savannah James,Leona,Alena and my self Savannah wrote the storyboard and everyone approved of it and used it but since she was sick for most of the project we had to cut some things out. Leona played as the spokesperson in the video as well as edited it. I played as the as the person who didn’t like their phone and was rather aggressive about it. Alena was the background character and also brought forth ideas to the project. James was also a background character.
3 The setting was a live audience and being targeted to young teens. the plot was me being very upset with my phone and being sold a new one.
4 I think it was pretty good we all put in effort and tried our best to make it entertaining. We all brought in our own creative thoughts in to this movie
5 Have Savannah in the movie with all of her phones. I would also have Alena and James more involved by talking about phones.
6 I would give it a 5 because Savannah wasn’t it there and she would greatly improve it.
7 I think the wheel cause it really got everything moving.
1: At least 40 pencils because you will lose them very quickly.
2: Loud alarm for getting used to waking up earlier.
3: 4 binders to store and organize your paper and work.
4: A large and comfortable backpack since you will be walking around a lot and will have lots of work to carry.
5: 200 sheets of paper because it will run out very quickly.
6: A calendar for keeping track of your new schedule and events.
7: Don’t stress to much of what people will think of you because you will forget about them the second you walk out the door.
8: People will change when you come here and they will change a lot more then expect
9: The teachers will understand if your late at the beginning of the year but don’t make it a habit.
10: Keep track of your homework and schedule for you to do it so you don’t get overwhelmed.
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