OK, so the homework is a little confusing. Let me see if I can clear it up.
Page 32 of your Workbook has the assignment – treat it just like the last couple of assignments – including the 6 Ws AND having one of the spots from Chapter 14 of your Textbook ready to play back in class when you are called. But now you also need to fill in the information about the character to help you remember what you created.
Remember – read ALL of the samples in the chapter and pick one you think will work with your voice and imagination – except for the Big Refrigerator spot – we will be using that script for another assignment.
Since you have been listening to cartoons and animated features, you understand that characters don’t necessarily have to be way over the top. They just have to be believable and fully developed. In fact many cartoon voices are not wild and crazy – but they are consistent.
If you have trouble filling out the blocks on Page 32 – please turn back to pages 29 and 30 of the workbook for more detailed instructions on how to create a character. You will be using those pages for a different assignment next week. I did the assignments out of order as an experiment and will re-work the workbook next semester based on this experience.
Continue to listen and fill in the Cartoon listening grid – that will be turned in sometime in the next couple of weeks. I’ll pinpoint that date at least a few days before it is due.