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The Blue Brain Lesson Script Template

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PART 1: Introduction (Max 30 Seconds)

Say this: “Imagine that [idea]…”

(Try to use a real life example that can relate to your KPI. This creates engagement)

PART 2: Content/Lesson (Max 5 minutes)

Say this: “My name is [name] and in this video, we’ll be looking at…[add your content/KPI]”

(Try to:

  • keep this section specific to JUST your KPI. 
  • Use voice modulation and inflection to keep content engaging.
  • Do not repeat previous KPIs if not absolutely needed. Referencing is fine
  • Use questions to prompt engagement. Ask the viewer to pause the video and solve the question. Then reveal the answer in the next slide.
  • Keep the tone friendly and inviting
  • Annotate verbal explanations with large on-screen graphics and typed text
  • When demonstrating by hand, Please be legible and clear with your writing.
  • Use animation, transitions and movement on screen where possible to create engagement for the viewer.)

 

PART 3: Conclusion and Summary (Max 30 Seconds)

Say this: “So to conclude, we learned…[summarize your content/KPI]”

(Try to:

  • Keep this short and in point form
  • Try to use large visual annotations or references
  • Give a call to action. Example, ask an open ended question that prompts and challenges the viewer to try out your material/challenge
  • Encourage the viewer to go watch the next video/lesson).

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*Sample script for Creative Design video lesson*

PART 1: Introduction (Max 30 Seconds)

Say this: 

Imagine that you’re visiting the mountain side. You come to a beautiful valley that stretches for miles ahead. As you look off into the sunset, don’t the objects in the distance look really small and far away? Why is that… and more importantly, what if there was an easy way to replicate that effect of distance through drawing?!

(Real life example. Triggers imagination and stimulates engagement)

PART 2: Content/Lesson (Max 5 minutes)

Say this:

“My name is Sash Ameerchund and in this video, we’ll be looking at Linear Perspective drawing – An exciting technique artists and designers use, to simulate the effect of distance in an artwork. Here are a few important points that we will cover during this lesson: Horizon, Vanishing points, Worm’s Eye, Bird’s Eye and Street level view.”

(Content Demonstration/Presentation)

PART 3: Conclusion and Summary (Max 30 Seconds)

Say this: 

“So to conclude, we learned that it IS actually possible to simulate the illusion of distance in an artwork. We can do this by using a technique called Linear Perspective. Linear perspective taught us that:

-The Horizon that represents the furthest the eye can see. 

-The vanishing points are found on the horizon line and all projection lines converge toward it.

-The bird’s Eye view: A type of perspective when objects are viewed from above

-The worm’s Eye view: A type of perspective when objects are viewed from below

-The street level view: A type of perspective when objects are viewed from your eye level or straight on.

So to practice, complete the following example on your own. We’ll meet again in the next video.

(Simple summary without any content repetition)

BONUS TIPS WHEN RECORDING VIDEOS:

  • Plan your lesson and script before recording or making any slides.
  • Record in a quiet room with the AC turned off
  • Use a dedicated mic that is close to your mouth, such as your headphones with the built-in mic.
  • Consider recording your voice only as you read through the script to hear what it sounds like BEFORE you make the slide show. 
  • Don’t settle on your first attempt. Get feedback
  • Don’t be afraid to fail.

Avoid the below while creating videos (Don’t Do this): 

  • Taking screenshots from the book.
  • Using images and pictures that are not clear.
  • Using Text to Speech technique.
  • Creating crowded slides with text and unnecessary/unrelated images.
  • Covering more than one KPI in one video.
  • Exceeding 5 minutes.

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