The Internet makes the whole world into your reach with only one click, every single information becomes very easy to share and you can easily access it.
Now you can give a lecture within your place and it could be accessible to the other half of the earth or learn any scientific subject you want to learn with the most famous coaches in the world while you are in your place without the need to travel, thanks to the voice commentary field for online education sites In this article, we show you what are the basics of making an audio commentary for online learning sites.
Basics of online educational voiceover:
The voice commentary of educational content has some foundations like :
The commentator’s voice pitch is very important, it is classified as part of the educational content it has to be natural and also friendly so he could be able to deliver the information easily to the audience
To write a script that fit diction, you have to make what called mental map first to organize your ideas and the points you are going to talk about, first make a list with the main ideas and goals and then try to find the appropriate tone that matches with every idea and keep in your mind the images and videos that you are going to use.
Here you can know How to write a voiceover script?
Use live strong phrases :
Whoever the person who writes the educational script he should consider using friendly terms that make the learner feel the interaction.
The digression is one of the most common problems and mistakes that possibly face the voice commentators of the educational content, so you have to be fully committed to the script to avoid the digression issue
To calculate the full time of the track, here’s the small guide to you ( about 100 to 150 words need approximately one minute of reading with loud and clear voice )
Keep in mind that learners always need to take a break among that huge amount of data and information so they would be able to receive more, so narration of the informative script without any stops will be like stuffing their minds with bunk.
Types of educational content narration :
1- Illustrative narration
Where a summary of what the voice commentator explains is displayed on the screen.
2- Quoted narration
It is the opposite of an illustrative narration where details of what the voice commentator says are already presented.
3- Literal narration
Counting on writing each word the voice commentator says on the screen so that the text is audible and visual
4- Descriptive narration
This method of narration is most reliably with scientific material, as the audio commentator describes the image that appears on the screen.
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