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Lesson Creating a Storyboard

Page history last edited by Patti 7 years, 10 months ago

 Teacher would review the following website with students. Next students would answer the following questions on paper. 

 http://skyview.vansd.org/bquestad/cwstoryboard.html

 

1. MIND SE T
Think of your story as a video.


2. SETTING
In your first frame show an overview of your main setting. Let the setting help communicate the point you want to get across or the mood you want to set.

3. MAJOR IDEAS PORTRAYED
Make frames that show the 5 W's. This will help you fill in the main body of your story.

 Who:
 What:
 When:
 Where:
 Why:



4. IDENTIFY THE CHARACTERS

 protagonist (main character or hero/heroine name, characteristics and role)

 antagonist (against the protagonist, characteristics and role)

 

 

 

5. PLOT

 

 Problem:

 

 

 

 Climax:

 Resolution (How problem is solved- which can lead directly to your message):

 

 

 

6. MESSAGE

What is it that you are trying to point out?
What is important to you/your "story"?
** Lesson, moral, perspective on life or observation about life **

 

 

 

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