This storyboard contains: 2-3 main events. new characters, which characters are involved, the message or theme, and how it connects to the theme identity.
Hello, I'm Sarah, a cook at the Weylin House. What'd ya like today Dana?
Yes she is. My other children were sold to other slave owners.
Just here to help Ms. Sarah. Carrie is a mute child of yours? She brought me here.
I told Tom I'd be staying here for a while because I'm a writer. It's just that I hate seeing playing the slave role.
Good plan. I know you're worried but I have to help Rufus as much as I can while I'm here.
Mr. Jennings, your teacher might say you're dumb but Kevin and I believe you're smart. You just have to read a bit more.
I like it when you read to me, Dana. It's fun. Mr. Jennings says I'm dumb.
The characters involved in this chapter are Tom, Margaret, Rufus, Luke, Sarah, Dana, Kevin, Carrie, and Nigel.
The theme in these chapters would be freedom and privilege.
As Dana and Kevin move back and forth certain time periods, they also move through various states of freedom and privilege. For example, Dana has to play the role of a slave in the antebellum South.
These chapters relate to the theme identity by focusing on the freedoms and privileges the main characters go through. Dana switches between her Californian, educated, and proud black woman to a fake identity of a slave in the antebellum South.