In This Activity
Learning a new program can be difficult, but this "All About Me" activity is sure to excite students of all ages. Students can browse or search for different artwork and get to know how to manipulate images while teaching others about themselves.
Students will create an "All About Me" spider map with 3-5 cells. The provided template includes 5 cells, but teachers may add or take away cells to meet their students’ abilities. The headers have already been filled in, but teachers may choose different headers or leave them blank for students to fill in if they are able. The template is completely customizable to meet all needs!
Here are the five topics that will get students exploring all that the Storyboard Creator has to offer:
- Can you find characters that look like you and your family?
- Can you find a symbol to represent your favorite subject?
- Can you find an item or character or scene to represent your favorite after school sport or hobby?
- Can you find your favorite animal?
- Can you find items and a scene that represent your favorite season?
The provided example does not include any text, but teachers may want to have students explore the many speech bubbles and fun text boxes in the Storyboard Creator. Teachers can also add description boxes to the template for students to type, depending on their abilities.
Template and Class Instructions
(These instructions are completely customizable. After clicking "Copy Activity", update the instructions on the Edit Tab of the assignment.)
Objective: Create an All About Me spider map.
- Click “Start Assignment”.
- Type your name in the center box.
- Find appropriate scenes, items, and characters to illustrate each header.
- Have FUN!
- Click “Save & Exit” to submit your work.
Lesson Plan Reference
(You can also create your own on Quick Rubric.)
Writing and Grammar usage
All of the descriptions are detailed and complete. They answer the prompts accurately and are written using correct grammar.
Most of the descriptions are detailed and complete. There are some grammatical errors.
Only some of the descriptions are detailed and complete. There are many grammatical errors.
All of the illustrations clearly depict the answers to the prompts using appropriate characters, scenes and items.
Most of the illustrations depict the answers to the prompts using appropriate characters, scenes and items. Some are unclear or unfinished.
Only a few of the illustrations depict the answers to the prompts using appropriate characters, scenes and items. Most are unclear or unfinished.
All of the work is complete, thorough, and neat. It is evident student put forth a lot of effort.
Most of the work is complete, thorough, and neat. It is evident student put forth some effort.
Only some of the work is complete, thorough, and neat. It is evident student did not put forth adequate effort.
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