In This Activity
Navigating a new online platform takes practice for both students and teachers. Here is an engaging way for students to learn more about the Storyboard Creator using an interactive scavenger hunt. Students follow the directions in the titles and descriptions in order to create various scenes. In this way they are able to become familiar with the many different categories and art that is available to them for future assignments.
This version has six cells and is less complex than the eight-cell version.
Template and Class Instructions
(These instructions are completely customizable. After clicking "Copy Activity", update the instructions on the Edit Tab of the assignment.)
Objective: Get to know all the different categories and art within the Storyboard Creator!
- In each cell follow the directions in the title first.
- Then follow the directions in the description.
- Each cell will ask you to search through different categories of scenes and characters so you can become more familiar with the different artwork Storyboard That has to offer!
Requirements: Create an illustration in each cell that follows the directions in the title and in the description.
Lesson Plan Reference
(You can also create your own on Quick Rubric.)
The illustration includes all of the steps in the directions.
The illustration includes some of the steps in the directions.
The illustration includes few or none of the steps in the directions.
All of the written portions have correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Some of the written portions have correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
There is little evidence of correct spelling, grammar, or punctuation.
Evidence of Effort
Work is well done and carefully thought out. All cells are complete.
Work shows some evidence of effort. Many cells are complete.
Work shows little evidence of any effort, and cells are not complete.
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