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CURRICULUM of COMPETENCY UNIT (CoCU) NEW CoCU (After R & R)

Sub Sector

CREATIVE MULTIMEDIA

Job Area

CONCEPT DESIGN

NOSS Title

CONCEPT DESIGN LEVEL 4

Competency Unit Title

STORYBOARD DEVELOPMENT
The person who is competent in this CU shall be able to interpret script into a sequence art consist of camera
works, timing and story flow. Upon completion of this competency unit, trainees will be able to:

Learning Outcome

Analyse storyboard requirements


Prepare storyboard
Present storyboard development
Produce storyboard report

Competency Unit Code


New Work
Activities
1.

Analyse
storyboard
requirements

Level

New Related Knowledge


i.

Introduction to script
(format, types)

ii.

Introduction to
storyboard

iii.

Types and format of


storyboard

iv.

Basic art sense

New Related Skills

Training
Duration

New Attitude /
Safety /
Environment

265

Credit Hours

New
Training
Hours

New Delivery
Mode

10 hours

Lecture

New Assessment
Criteria
i.

Types of
storyboard
selected

ii.

Key features of
storyline listed
out

iii.

Storytelling
flow/plot
activities

Case study
Self-paced
learning, non
electronic

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New Work
Activities

New Related Knowledge

New Attitude /
Safety /
Environment

New Related Skills


i.

Acquired and studied


script

ii.

Interpret storytelling
flow/plot

iii.

Determine storyboard
template

iv.

Identify key features


(character traits,
mood, background,
props, timing/duration,
scene breakdown)

New Delivery
Mode

New Assessment
Criteria

30 hours

Demonstration
&

created and
presented

Observation
Simulation
Project

Attitude:

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New
Training
Hours

i.

Particular in
analysing script
and storyboard
requirements

ii.

Analytical
thinking in
interpreting
script

New Work
Activities

3.

Prepare
storyboard

New Related Knowledge


i.

New Related Skills

Basic cinematography

New Attitude /
Safety /
Environment

New
Training
Hours

New Delivery
Mode

20 hours

Lecture

Types of interactivities

iv.

Visual interpretation

i.

Storyboard
produced in
accordance to
script

ii.

Scene/frame
numbering of
storyboard
reviewed

iii.

Action
notes/instruction
on storyboard
scene /frame
written down in
accordance with
script

iv.

Storyboard
submitted and
feedback from
superior
obtained

Self-paced
learning, nonelectronic

ii. Basic principle of art


iii.

New Assessment
Criteria

Drawing
Images
Text
i.

Create storyboard
template

ii.

Identify key events


and actions

iii.

Visualize perspective
and 3D space
(environment)

iv.

Identify and plan


camera work

v.

Identify interactivities,
graphic and animation
for multimedia

vi. Determine
presentation style for
multimedia
vii. Describe animation
sequence, voice over,
50

175
hours

Demonstration
&
Observation
Video
screening
Simulation
Project

New Work
Activities

New Related Knowledge

New Attitude /
Safety /
Environment

New Related Skills

New
Training
Hours

New Delivery
Mode

5 hours

Lecture

i.

Visual
presentation

Final storyboard
presented

ii.

Feedback from
superior or
Subject Matter
Expert (SME)
recorded for
amendment

New Assessment
Criteria

interactivities, text and


graphic for multimedia
viii. Check continuity of
storyboard

Attitude:
i.

5.

Present
storyboard
development

i.

Presentation
techniques

ii.

Medium of
presentation
Softcopy
Hardcopy

iii.

Storyboard flow

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Precise in
checking
continuity of
storyboard

New Work
Activities

New Related Knowledge

New Attitude /
Safety /
Environment

New Related Skills


i.

Submit storyboard to
the superior or
Subject Matter Expert
(SME)

ii.

Explain storyboard
flow

iii.

Acquire superior or
Subject Matter Expert
(SME) verification

New
Training
Hours

New Delivery
Mode

10 hours

Demonstration
&

New Assessment
Criteria

Observation
Simulation
Project

Attitude:

7. Produce
Storyboard
Report

i. Types of report
ii. Medium of report
Softcopy
Hardcopy
iii. Acknowledgement
report

i.

Confident in
presenting to
superior

ii.

Knowledgeable
in presenting
storyboard

iii.

Open to
criticism

5 hours

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Lecture

i.

Final report
printed
ii. Final report to
submitted to
superior or
Subject Matter

New Work
Activities

New Related Knowledge

New Attitude /
Safety /
Environment

New Related Skills


i.

Prepare report using


MS Word

ii.

Print report

iii. Submit report to the


superior or Subject
Matter Expert (SMK)

New
Training
Hours

New Delivery
Mode

10 hours

Demonstration

Attitude :
i.

Particular in
preparing report

ii.

Knowledgeable
in presenting
report

Employability Skills
Core Abilities

Social Skills

4.8

Develop and negotiate staffing plans

1. Communication skills

4.9

Prepare project/work plans

2. Conceptual skills

4.10

Utilize science and technology to achieve goals

3. Interpersonal skills

5.3

Allocate and record usage of financial and physical resources

4. Learning skills

5.4

Delegate responsibility and/or authority

5. Leadership skills

5.5

Coordinate contract and tender activities

6. Multitasking and prioritizing

06.08 Identify and analyse effect of technology on the environment

7. Self-discipline

8. Teamwork
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New Assessment
Criteria
Expert (SMK)

3
3
Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM)
ITEMS

RATIO (TEM: Trainees)

1. Script
2. Layout pad
3. Computer
4. Stationary
5. Drawing tablet
6. Printer
7. Drawing software (Photoshop, Toon boom storyboard pro, etc)
8. Word Processing software
9. Presentation software (Power Point)
10. Projector

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References
REFERENCES

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Craig Nelson (2005), The Drawing Bible, North Light Books, ISBN: 978-1-58180-620-5
Debner, David; Harriot, Luke, First Step in Digital Design, Page One, ISBN: 978-9812453556
Olsen, Gary (1997), Getting Started in Multimedia Design, North Light Books, ISBN: 978-0891347163
Cristiano, Giuseppe (2007), Storyboard Design Course: Principles, Practice & Techniques, Barrons EduL Series, ISBN: 978-07641372327

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