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Storyboard Assignment (condensed space)
Updated: 9/4/2020
Storyboard Assignment (condensed space)
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Storyboard Text

  • Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
  • Example
  • Let me do the talking, Lennie.
  • Instructions
  • Go to Log in with Google or create an account. You will be creating a storyboard forThe Crucible. Click "Add Cells" at the bottom of the screen. Select 3x2.Click "Layout "and choose the "Title and Cell" option. Use the first square as the title slide. The remaining five are for each of the acts, plus one box for the resolution of the play (the end).
  • Act 1: (Give the Act a title)
  • In the "Click to Edit Title" space, label each box with the number of the act plus a title. You come up with a title that you think fits the main idea of the act.
  • Use the options along the top tool bar to create the scene for each act. Your scene should reflect the main idea or a key event in the act. Add specifics to demonstrate your understanding (like the ketchup and bunny rabbit in Lennie's thought bubble). Add dialogue (either directly from the book or paraphrased). Use the "textables" option to insert speech bubbles. Use at least one speech bubble for each act.
  • Chapter 1: BFFs
  • ...we're gonna have a little house and a couple of acres an' a cow and some pigs and...
  • Example
  • The End
  • The last box of your storyboard should illustrate the ending of the play. So obviously, choose something different for the Act 4 box. (There are lots of things to choose from!) Save your work regularly. Include The Crucible and your name in the title of your project when you save. After you save the first time, you can return to editing by clicking "edit" on the bottom of the screen. After that, you can click "save and continue" to keep working. When finished, save and exit. You can't print or download without the watermark. (boo!) So you need to take a screenshot of your storyboard. You might need to zoom out a tiny bit to get the whole storyboard in the screenshot. Don't zoom out too much, though, or it will be blurry. (Not sure how to take a screenshot? Google it!) Submit your storyboard by uploading to the assignment in Canvas.
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