Disse aktivitetene tar deg og studentene gjennom prosessen med å lage storyboards som tjener to formål. Den første er å gjøre studentene kjent med programmet og forberede dem på alle de morsomme aktivitetene som kommer! Det andre er å bli kjent med dine nye studenter og oppdage deres mål, ambisjoner, liker og ikke liker i et morsomt, visuelt medium. Det er aktiviteter for hvert klassetrinn, slik at du kan komme i gang med en gang!
Studentene vil elske å lage en All About Me-tidslinje for tilbake til skolen!
BORN: July 25, 2007
The Life of James Edward Milton
I was born on Wednesday, July 25, 2007. My parents named me James after my mom's dad and Edward after my dad's dad. My mom and dad said that I was the cutest baby they had ever seen. We still live in the same house in River Park, Ohio.
MY BROTHER DAN IS BORN
When I was two years old, my brother Dan was born. I was so excited to have a baby brother. We fight sometimes but we get along really well and do pretty much everything together. His first word was even my name: Jay!
When I was six years old, I started to play basketball. It is my all time favorite sport and I still play it to this day. I am hoping to make the team in high school!
GOT MY DOG CARSON!
WAS IN SCHOOL PLAY
To Be!Or Not, To Be!
A big event in my life was when we got my dog Carson. He is a French Bulldog and he is really fun to play with. My brother and I take him everywhere with us. His favorite game is fetch.
When I was in 6th Grade, I tried out for the school play and I made it! I had never done a play before so this was a really big deal for me. We performed in front of over three hundred people and even got a standing ovation!
START HIGH SCHOOL
Can I borrow this clean mask? I've got in person school today.
Sir, you're muted.
I am starting high school now and I am so excited (and nervous) to go to a big new school. I plan to try out for the basketball team and for the school play as well. We'll see what the future holds for Jay Milton!
First Day of High School 2021!
In March 2020, the world locked down for the Covid-19 pandemic. My brother and I had hybrid school, so we learned remotely some days and went in person some days. It was a bummer. Luckily, I didn't lose anyone I love to Covid but I'm so sorry for those that died. I'm grateful to be vaccinated now.