Read the opening scene idea from your story outline.
Brainstom and jot down events and feelings that you want in the scene and how the scene should end.
Assign everyone a character. If there are more students than characters, several can work together.
Think of how your character sounds and behaves in the TV series. Try to become your character. In this scene what is your goal? What is your main emotion? What are your feelings for the other characters in the scene?
Begin improvising - pretend you are the character and start talking. A few tips:
At the end of the scene, jot down the improvised dialogue and action.
Begin revising. Look at the notes from Step One. Did the scene end as planned? Did the planned events take place? If not, improvise a new scene with these points in mind.
Look for places to improve.
Cross out dialogue that:
Each time you revise the script, write the dialogue and actions in more detail, until you have a complete script.
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