Have students start a Storyboard That assignment with a template that already has the basic structure so they can start creating right away. Easily provide scaffolding and differentiation with templates that are in different stages of completion or difficulty.
A storyboard is a graphic organizer that plans a narrative. Storyboards are a powerful way to visually present information; the linear direction of the cells is perfect for storytelling, explaining a process, and showing the passage of time. At their core, storyboards are a set of sequential drawings to tell a story...
The 16:9 layout functions in the same way as the Traditional Layout - perfect for digital storytelling - but the wider cell allows for greater detail and closer adaptation to film and animation projects. Single cells of the storyboard are also better suited for viewing on most standard modern devices. Use the 16:9 layout on Storyboard That to create a narrative, show the linear sequence of a events, visually explain steps in a process, or organize any of your ideas. With the added space in each cell, you can add more characters and show more action.
I can’t draw. I’ve tried to learn, but my hand does not move the pencil in quite the right way. Even though my hands don’t have the master skills of an artist, my brain is still very creative. Storyboard That is very easy to use and it's fun to use all year long!