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Hi every one I need your help on this project (only small part )

i did the Storyboard of the project so may part was 5 Which is the conclusion i did it and then i got comment back from the insurance you will see it in the comment in the first file fix it is the comment says after fixing it we will go to the next step which is

so the next step is the video I will record everything in my voice while I want to do for the video as a bring statistic about information also pictures and more information about it for the video I mean So after you give me all this information like images, music, video, slides, facts ) for part five which is the conclusion I'll be just able to read it in my voice

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Group 7: Izzy Buck, Rayan Alolayan, Alrjandro Gonzalez,Shiqing Bai , Sofia Armando Project Title: “Why is there a global hunger problem and how can it be solved?” Frame # Timecode Scene Title (Mood) Narration Visuals Sound Frame #1 Time: 00:00 Introduction Emotional, concerned, intouch with situation at hand Tone: Script (~words): With every passing year the world seems to be shrinking. With a growing population that’s adding 80 million more people every year, the plant and its inhabitants are struggling to sustain itself. The increasing number of people on earth has led to a severe world hunger issue, caused by other problems connected to population increase, such as: natural disasters, war, lack of leadership, poverty, and unstable markets. With such a high magnitude of people, the globe is struggling to manage the usage and distribution of resources efficiently, provide effective leadership and civil authority towards its citizens, and live cohesively in peace with one another. Color scheme: Light Blue- represents responsibility, understanding, and healing Photos: Illustration of the Earth struggling to maintain all the people living within it Video: None Text: None Example photo below: Music: “Man in the Mirror” Micheal Jackson Other audio: Frame #2 (Izzy) Time: 1:15 1:30 Tone: Informative Script (143 words): Did you know that about Color scheme: Red - this represents passion, love and anger. All can be directly applied to this topic Photos: 2-3 Photos of kids (Pathos) skinny, Music: “Is this the world we created?” Body 1 Poverty (Formal, Passionate) Frame #3 (Alejandro) Time: 1:30 1:45 Body 2 Lack of leadership (Government) (Disappointment, 85% of the world lives on less than $30 (US) per day? With such little income, people are unable to get food, water or the tools necessary to grow their own food. Prices are too high for people to live. An effect that this can have is gentrification, which typically occurs in cities forcing these people to congregate together in the outskirts. These low income areas lack the resources for grocery stores or markets creating a food desert. One of the best solutions for this is access to education. Education means that there are better opportunities and access to income and food. Some countries have also developed the “Food for Education” program where students will receive meals as a part of coming to school. It seems like a simple idea, but implicating it will take everyone working together. living on the streets or holding a sign. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWB7G7 OzpZw Text: Example photo below: *different picture* Tone:??? The lack of leadership from governments and corruption is one of the reasons many people suffer Color scheme: Dark, not clear that could represent the lack of hope and sadness of these people Photos: People in line to be able to get food in Venezuela Text: none Example photo below: Queen (0:19- 0:41) Other audio: https://images.app.goo.gl/ftpgiEQLwNNziykC7 Music: Rolling in the Deep by Adele lack of hope and anger) economically which leads to hunger. People in power have used their position to benefits themselves, especially in thirdworld countries, and have led to many economic crises where many are left without food. A big example is Venezuela, a poorly run government where food is scarce and inflation makes prices skyrocket. Could you imagine paying $150 for a dozen eggs? Countries like Venezuela need help from abroad to be able to have a democratic government again and hopefully begin to recover from this crisis to get out of this position. NGOs should help with these changes as well with food donations so people can have a decent life and food on their tables. Frame #4 Time: 00:00 Body 3 (comprehensiv e,touching) Tone:logically Many force majeure natural disasters can also lead to different degrees of famine. The well-known global locust Color scheme: grey Photos: locust disaster and famine in Shandong Text: none Example photo below: Music: Where is the love by Black Eyed Peas disaster in India which happened in 2020 is a great example. According to the data reported by CNN, The locust group has destroyed about 50,000 hectares of farmland, which directly caused 30% of the forty percent of the food production. As a country With a huge population like Indian, this locust disaster is an enormous traumatize for the local society. The Indian government said this is the most serious disaster in India suffered in the past 30 years. Besides, Drought is also the main reason for induced famine. According to historical records, China Shandong has encountered a fouryear drought in 1875. The number of deaths due to hunger in this incident were reached more than 10 million. The Lack of food supply is caused by the long period of water shortage. Without food storage, there is no choice for the Shandong people but to escape their motherland, which leads to the vast refuge movement throughout history. Frame #5 Time: 00:00 Conclusion Tone: Text: None Optimistic Example photo below: (197 words). in conclusion From the discussion, it is evident that the causes and effects of the enormous worldwide problem are vast, and donations should be carried out to aid those families who are troubled in different countries. Adopting climate-smart agriculture where farmers adapt and become Theme from Schindler’s list (John Williams, Ltzhak Perlman, Boston Symphone) Everything needs to get back to the idea of world hunger - Further develop our ideas in the videos Sources for Poverty: https://borgenproject.org/10-ways-stop-world-hunger/ https://ourworldindata.org/extreme-poverty http://tcglobalissues.blogspot.com/2015/03/un-wants-to-end-poverty-hunger-by-2030.html Your conclusion in frame #5 is missing part of the last sentence. “Why is there a global hunger problem and how can it be solved?" Project Outputs Mind map (2%) Generate ideas and viewpoints from all members of the team. Demonstrate that your team evaluated the question from multiple points of view. Create a mind map to represent the ideas that relate to your answer. Create you mind map using any software (e.g. Microsoft Word) or an app, such as the following options. Don't draw it free hand. Lucid: https://www.lucidchart.com/pages/examples/mind_mapping software MindMeister: https://www.mindmeister.com/ SimpleMind: https://simplemind.eu/ This one-page document will be the basis for your storyboard. o o o . Submit your mind map as a pdf. Include the names of all your group members at the top of the document. Storyboard. (3%) Demonstrate that you took the most relevant information from the mind map and organized it into a linear format that will be a basis of your video. Use the storyboard format from Assignment #2 as your guide. Include five (5) or more stages to tell a compelling story. Be creative! The storyboard guides each team member as they independently fulfil their role on the project Video. (15%) The video is 2-3 minutes long. Submit it in mp4 format. It must tell a convincing story and be a high-quality product that uses a variety of images, text, audio, and spoken word to address the question. If your video contains content that you did not create then make note of it in the credits at the end of your video. Students can use any video editing software to produce their video. All students have access to the Adobe Premiere Rush video software through GWU at the following site: https://it.gwu.edu/ The video should not be each student speaking into the camera for 30 seconds. . Project Milestones 1. Create a shared online space (e.g. Google Drive) where team members can access and store project materials and "assets”. The GW IT department has a webpage with useful information on creating your team's shared space: https://it.gwu.edu/backup-storage-document-management 2. Determine who will undertake the following roles for the project. 1) Producers (several students who create the final video) 2) Directors (one or more students who coordinates the activities of the group) 3. Determine who will undertake the following roles for each stage of the project/storyboard. 3) Script writers 4) Narrators 5) Asset gatherers (images, music, video, slides) 6) Videographers (if there's going to be any original video content) 4. When all team members have reviewed and approved the script, and you have enough assets, then your production team will put the video together. 5. All team members will review the draft video and provide input for the final edit. 6. Team members will complete a survey to evaluate the input of their teammates. Student grades may vary based on peer evaluation of their individual contribution. Criteria for Evaluating the Video Significance: Did you accurately address the question and tell a compelling story? Organization: Does the arrangement of the video reflect careful thought and planning? Style: Do the images and audio support your message? Citations: Does the video cite the original sources for images or audio you included? Time Limit: Make sure the video is 2-3 minutes.
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Group 7: Izzy Buck, Rayan Alolayan, Alrjandro Gonzalez,Shiqing Bai , Sofia Armando
Project Title: “Why is there a global hunger problem and how can it be solved?”
Frame #
Timecode
Scene Title
(Mood)

Narration

Visuals

Sound

Frame #1
Time: 00:00
Introduction
Emotional,
concerned, intouch with
situation at hand

Tone:
Script (~words):
With every passing
year the world
seems to be
shrinking. With a
growing population
that’s adding 80
million more people
every year, the
plant and its
inhabitants are
struggling to
sustain itself. The
increasing number
of people on earth
has led to a severe
world hunger issue,
caused by other
problems
connected to
population
increase, such as:
natural disasters,
war, lack of
leadership, poverty,
and unstable
markets. With such
a high magnitude of
people, the globe is
struggling to
manage the usage
and distribution of
resources
efficiently, provide
effective leadership
and civil authority
towards its citizens,
and live cohesively
in peace with one
another.

Color scheme: Light Blue- represents
responsibility, understanding, and healing
Photos: Illustration of the Earth struggling to
maintain all the people living within it
Video: None
Text: None
Example photo below:

Music: “Man
in the Mirror”
Micheal
Jackson
Other
audio:

Frame #2
(Izzy)
Time: 1:15 1:30

Tone: Informative
Script (143
words): Did you
know that about

Color scheme: Red - this represents passion,
love and anger. All can be directly applied to
this topic
Photos: 2-3 Photos of kids (Pathos) skinny,

Music:
“Is this the
world we
created?”

Body 1 Poverty
(Formal,
Passionate)

Frame #3
(Alejandro)
Time: 1:30 1:45
Body 2 Lack of
leadership
(Government)
(Disappointment,

85% of the world
lives on less than
$30 (US) per day?
With such little
income, people are
unable to get food,
water or the tools
necessary to grow
their own food.
Prices are too high
for people to live.
An effect that this
can have is
gentrification, which
typically occurs in
cities forcing these
people to
congregate
together in the
outskirts. These
low income areas
lack the resources
for grocery stores
or markets creating
a food desert. One
of the best
solutions for this is
access to
education.
Education means
that there are better
opportunities and
access to income
and food. Some
countries have also
developed the
“Food for
Education” program
where students will
receive meals as a
part of coming to
school. It seems
like a simple idea,
but implicating it
will take everyone
working together.

living on the streets or holding a sign.
Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWB7G7
OzpZw
Text:
Example photo below:
*different picture*

Tone:???
The lack of
leadership from
governments and
corruption is one of
the reasons many
people suffer

Color scheme: Dark, not clear that could
represent the lack of hope and sadness of
these people
Photos: People in line to be able to get food
in Venezuela
Text: none
Example photo below:

Queen
(0:19- 0:41)
Other
audio:

https://images.app.goo.gl/ftpgiEQLwNNziykC7

Music:
Rolling in
the Deep by
Adele

lack of hope and
anger)

economically which
leads to hunger.
People in power
have used their
position to benefits
themselves,
especially in thirdworld countries,
and have led to
many economic
crises where many
are left without
food. A big
example is
Venezuela, a
poorly run
government where
food is scarce and
inflation makes
prices skyrocket.
Could you imagine
paying $150 for a
dozen eggs?
Countries like
Venezuela need
help from abroad to
be able to have a
democratic
government again
and hopefully begin
to recover from this
crisis to get out of
this position. NGOs
should help with
these changes as
well with food
donations so
people can have a
decent life and food
on their tables.

Frame #4
Time: 00:00
Body 3
(comprehensiv
e,touching)

Tone:logically
Many force
majeure natural
disasters can also
lead to different
degrees of famine.
The well-known
global locust

Color scheme: grey
Photos: locust disaster and famine in
Shandong
Text: none
Example photo below:

Music:
Where is
the love by
Black Eyed
Peas

disaster in India
which happened in
2020 is a great
example. According
to the data reported
by CNN, The locust
group has
destroyed about
50,000 hectares of
farmland, which
directly caused
30% of the forty
percent of the food
production. As a
country With a
huge population
like Indian, this
locust disaster is an
enormous
traumatize for the
local society. The
Indian government
said this is the most
serious disaster in
India suffered in the
past 30 years.
Besides, Drought is
also the main
reason for induced
famine. According
to historical
records, China
Shandong has
encountered a fouryear drought in
1875. The number
of deaths due to
hunger in this
incident were
reached more than
10 million. The
Lack of food supply
is caused by the
long period of water
shortage. Without
food storage, there
is no choice for the
Shandong people
but to escape their
motherland, which
leads to the vast
refuge movement
throughout history.

Frame #5
Time: 00:00
Conclusion

Enormous
causes and
effects of
worldwide
problem, need
for donations.

Tone:
Text: None
Optimistic
Example photo below:
(197 words).
in conclusion
From the
discussion, it is
evident that the
causes and
effects of the
enormous
worldwide
problem are
vast, and
donations
should be
carried out to
aid those
families who are
troubled in
different
countries.
Adopting
climate-smart
agriculture
where farmers
adapt and
become

Theme
from
Schindler’s
list (John
Williams,
Ltzhak
Perlman,
Boston
Symphone)

Everything needs to get back to the idea of world hunger
- Further develop our ideas in the videos
Sources for Poverty:
https://borgenproject.org/10-ways-stop-world-hunger/
https://ourworldindata.org/extreme-poverty
http://tcglobalissues.blogspot.com/2015/03/un-wants-to-end-poverty-hunger-by-2030.html

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“Why is there a global hunger problem and how can it be solved?"
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Reasons for World Hunger
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World hunger is a term that refers to the number of human populace who have little
access to adequate food to eat. H...


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