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Craft your perfect storyboard lesson with assistance from the pros at Storyboard That! We can easily customize this offering to suit your needs! Just let us know what you're looking for ahead of time, and our team will work with you to get the most out of your training.


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What To Expect

Before:
  • Storyboard That reaches out to you
  • We prep your account for classroom and student setup
  • We discuss your learning objectives
During:
  • Storyboard That guides you through creating content
  • We apply learning objectives in crafting the lesson
  • We prepare a great activity together
After:
  • You run an amazing lesson!*
  • Storyboard That checks in with you
  • Storyboard That provides you with additional resources, if needed

*OPTIONAL: Storyboard That is also willing to present directly to your students to help you get started!



Activity Ideas

Plot Diagram

Plot diagrams allow students to pick out major themes in the text, trace changes to major characters over the course of the narrative, and hone their analytic skills. By plotting simple narrative arcs in three-cell storyboards, or more complicated stories in six-cell boards, teachers can easily assess students’ understanding of important story components.



Brochure

A travel brochure is a fun way for students to demonstrate what they've learned about a location. In the example activity, students show the geography and wildlife of Canada.

This travel brochure activity can be applied to past or present, real or imagined places.



Narrative Biography

In this activity, students will create a narrative of a person or event relating to Ancient Rome. Creating a narrative out of the events will help students understand what happened, who each person was, and how they impacted history.

Students can create a narrative biography of any person they research.






Meet Our Trainers

Tess Walsh Head
Tess Walsh
  • Former 9th Grade and College English Instructor
  • Certified Massachusetts Educator, English 5-12
  • Master of Arts in Literature
Anastasia Lafrance Head
Anastasia LaFrance
  • Former Preschool Teacher
  • Certified Massachusetts Educator, Preschool Teacher (EEC)
  • Degrees in Psychology and Theatre
Dan Rosseel Head
Dan Rosseel
  • Former Grade 8 Algebra, 6th/7th History, 6th Grade English Teacher
  • Certified Texas Educator, Grades 4-8
  • Teach for America Alumnus
Lauren Ayube Head
Lauren Ayube
  • Former 4th and 1st Grade Teacher
  • Certified Massachusetts Educator, Grades 1-6
  • Masters of Education in Elementary Education
Liane Hicks Glava
Liane Hicks
  • Former Social Studies and ELA teacher, Gr. 5 and 6 and Art Teacher K-6
  • Certified Massachusetts Educator, Grades 1-6
  • Masters of Education in Elementary Education