Emblem glyphs[ edit ] Tikal or "Mutal" Emblem Glyph, Stela 26 in Tikal's Litoteca Museum An inscription in Maya glyphs from the site of Naranjorelating to the reign of king Itzamnaaj K'awil, — This section may be too technical for most readers to understand. Please help improve it to make it understandable to non-expertswithout removing the technical details. October Learn how and when to remove this template message An "emblem glyph" is a kind of royal title. It consists of a word ajaw —a Classic Maya term for "lord" of yet unclear etymology but well-attested in Colonial sources  —and a place name that precedes the word ajaw and functions as an adjective.
And while a reader may get up and come back to an article, a radio listener who gets up may not come back. So you want to grab their attention and hold onto it for as long as possible. Writing feature stories like the ones aired on B-Side is also different than writing news copy. You can loosen up a little.
You can be more literary, more creative, more personal. This handout is a quick guide to writing a script for a feature radio story.
Highlight or mark tracks you know you want to come back to. If you have a great long cut, you can break it up with your narration or edit it down. Think about how your cuts will fit into your story structure- do they describe something, tell a story, make you laugh, make you scratch your head?
Your actualities should advance the story and make it interesting. You may have talked about the story with a friend or editor. Basically, you already have all the elements floating around in your head.
Then start writing your narration around them. An anchor intro quickly sets up your story and puts it in context, without giving away too much. Telling a Story As you write your narration, try to tell a story with a beginning, middle, and end. Draw listeners into the story by setting a scene, raising a question, playing a weird noise, or introducing a character.
Use narrative elements like foreshadowing, suspense, and scene changes to move the story along. Mix Things Up Use tracks of varying length. A series of second acts interspersed with second tracks will get pretty monotonous. A few aesthetic considerations to keep in mind as you write your script: This is not the same as trying to imitate spontaneous speech.
Instead, this means writing in a style that sounds as relaxed as possible. Use phrases and words you normally use. When you read your narration aloud, do you sound like yourself?
Give your listeners a chance to imagine the people, places and things in your story. Create a sense of scene; describe people; include interesting sounds.
Mix up your sentence structure. Use the active voice. Use punchy verbs and contractions. Most radio stories are done in present tense. Some exceptions include commentaries, and news stories about past events. For variety, stick in a tape-to-tape cut one actuality leading straight into another without narration in between.
Mix acts and tracks. For example, if someone is droning on and on, you can play them under your narration- this will convey a sense of them rambling.
Even the most straightforward story can have an unusual or memorable element in it. Try to go beyond just presenting the facts. Let your listeners know why your story matters. Is there a lesson to be learned, something to be taken away? Writing for the Ear The way you listen to speech is different than the way you read.
A few tricks to make sure your listeners stay tuned in: Compare these three sentences: She says the widget market is booming.writing your talk show script Use the following as a guide for your script.
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Use the following as a guide for your script. Print the page and work directly on it OR write on a separate sheet and modify the wording and format as necessary. For all writers out there who have even a passing interest in writing a screenplay, this article is your guide to help you turn your prose into a great script.
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