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Television Production Word Square, Modules 6 -  8
Mark the hidden production terms in the maze as explained here.

       s d l n l x k j n w w g q f k s r
    u k b a m g p l p z s n p m g r g
    b c f f p p f p j p j v c d z k w
    j p a r i d d b n x b f n y m v z
    e r s n a e i x o b c w c j m z h
    c o d f t m l s i x x n u w h s v
    t g o d x e e d s q c l t r u c k
    i r l e d c d l e o x u a w k r z
    v e l p t h g s l z l l r z b e q
    e s y r l j c z h i r v g k z e g
    s s t e z x b m b o p w e r x n x
    h i v c s m y x c l t s t l y p w
    o v l i s f m s f v c v e c k l c
    t e j a b m z y g z p s f d n a d
    y m f t t x g n s n n k m b j y v
    h n d e p n r g n z h j p l c s f
       q w p d b y b y y x c k d y s f b    


1. takes the form of a hissing sound,           close-up (3)
or as subtle background  snow (5)              12. script designation for special (visual) effects
2. a complete television picture (5)              (3)
3. a zoom is similar to a (5)                          13. shot that indicates what the
4. another name for a Dutch angle shot      audience (camera) or character sees
(10)                                                             (14)
5. film scripts are called (11)                       14. similar to a cover shot or wide shot
6. instant transition from one video                 (16)
source to another (3)                                  15. three dots used on scripts to indicate
7. lateral movement of a video camera (5)  pause (7)
8. light-sensitive area where video              16. when costs are written off on income
camera image is formed (6)                         tax over a number of years (11)
9. one-half of a scanned video frame (5)     17. where two video sources momentarily
10. same as non-interlaced scanning (11)   overlap during a transition from one
11. script designation for an extreme            to the other (11)

Total Score in Percent: __________
(For example, if there are 14 terms, and if you found 13, divide 14 into 13,
and get .928, or, rounded off, a score of 93%)


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