This effect is a bit difficult to do in Premiere Elements because Premiere Elements doesn't include a masking tool.
However, you may be able to simulate this effect by applying and animating the Crop effect on the text.
Please give the following a look in your Premiere Elements 13/13.1, assumed on Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 64 bit.
Premiere Elements 13/13.1, Expert Workspace
Video Track 1....your video
Video Track 2 ...your text title, whose Position property is keyframed from right to left...See Applied Effects Tab/Applied Effects Palette/Motion
Panel expanded and its Position Property.
Video Track 3...a copy of the Video Track 1 video. Apply an Eight-Point Garbage Matte to the video clip and edit its points so that the head which will appear to be in front of the text is within the area framed by the points.
For Eight-Point Garbage Matte, see fx Effects/Keying/Eight-Point Garbage Matte.
In this example, the head (red circle) is not moving while the text is. But the principle should hold up for moving red circle and moving text...more keyframing to include garbage matte and video.
Just something to try.
i followed the instructions but its not working, can you make a video using Adobe Premiere Elements
Chinoelm, are you responding to a year old post?
AT Romano left this forum some time ago.
It might be worth starting a new topic and starting this discussion over again.