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Today, I want to introduce you to Storyboard That.
"Storyboard That" is a free software that allows us to quickly create a storyboard for business, education, or entertainment purposes.
Today, I will show you how to create a storyboard to present your SS/LA projects in a different way
You have done your research, you have your topics. Now, consider who your interested audience would be. A reader usually looks at something because it is visually attractive. The audience is somewhat interested, and they want more information. Your Storyboard needs to include an introduction, supporting details, transition words, and a conclusion sentence or section.
You will have the opportunity to choose your graphics; character(s), background, scene, text box, etc. You have the freedom to create your very best storyboard!
Your content must provide your reader with the information they want to know quickly, or your reader will move on to another advertisement or brochure.
I will provide a Rubric for you to know exactly how your assignment will be scored. Be focused on your audience, your learning goals, and proper mechanics, including grammar, punctuation, and spelling.