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Book Trailers 101

This prezi is designed to help middle school students evaluate and critique design elements used in movie and book trailers before beginning the design process of making their own book trailers.
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Staci Bumgarner

on 3 December 2012

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Transcript of Book Trailers 101

"Beastly" based on the book
by Alex Flinn "The Lightning Thief" based on the book
by Rick Riordan "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows"
based on the book by J.K. Rowling "I Am Number Four" based on the book by Pitticus Lore "Cloaked" by Alex Flinn "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth"
by Jeff Kinney "The Cupcake Queen"
by Heather Hepler "The Maze Runner"
by James Dashner "Gone"
by Michael Grant Bibliography

2009movies.jpg --http://webnetbloger.blogspot.com/2009_06_01_archive.html
night-at-the-movies.jpg -- http://blogs.trb.com/features/consumer/shopping/blog/night-at-the-movies.jpg
movies.jpg -- http://hellotexoma.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/movies.jpg
escape.jpg -- http://blog.newsok.com/bamsblog/files/2008/11/madagascar-escape-2-africa.jpg Book Trailer Basics Why do we go to the movies? for entertainment! to escape! How do we choose
which movie to see? movie trailers Elements of Movie Trailers 1st movie trailer--November, 1913 short--maximum 2 1/2 minutes excerpts from the
funniest or most exciting scenes NO spoilers! Dramatic music Voice-over Elements of Book Trailers 1st book trailer--2003 What did you notice? Everyone's a Critic! It's Your Turn... Statler & Waldorf
from The Muppet Show "That's All Folks!!"
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