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Text Science Fiction: Radio Dramas

TLF ID M021375

This resource for students is one in a series of three on science fiction. The introduction contains links to old radio dramas as great examples of story telling. Students are then asked to produce their own two minute science fiction radio drama. A link is provided to Celtx, an application which allows you to write the script by adding characters' names, dialogue, sound effects, voice, music and production notes. A long list of ideas for the dramas is provided, and advice on recording, creating atmosphere with sounds (links are provided to free sound providers), and editing.




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