ELA Independent Reading Storyboard

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  • Initial Dialogue
  • Dad fired a shot, “I can’t believe he’s shooting at us.” (page 5-6)
  • Propels The Action By...
  • Come on mama lets go!!
  • I know! Run!
  • Outcome 
  • I can't believe I'm on a team
  • Castle (one in front) Mom (In back) Castle’s dad is a drunk and always comes home mad and abusive, and came home one day very violent. Dad, lost it. 
  • Initial Dialogue
  • What did you just say about my mother!?!
  • She's poor. She's poor, Does little Castle wanna see his mama. 
  • Castle’s Dad’s drinking problem causes conflict between the family and makes Castle’s mom and him even more mad at the dad. When the night Castle’s dad lost it, mom and Castle had to flee, or they would have been shot. They ran to the corner store.
  • Propels The Action By...
  • You Know, If your mama' finds out about this, you won't be able to practice with me no more.
  • Now that you can't go home until the end of the day... You'll be running sprints for me.
  • And that's when Castle discovered his passion and strength of running. And Castle wouldn’t have ever been on a track team if it wasn’t for that night.
  • Outcome 
  • "New kid hunh?" I guess so..
  • Yo kid! Whats your name?
  • Guys STOP, just practice, OK?
  • My name is ghost....
  • Castle finally made the track team, but with in the first few days he gets a close call, getting in trouble at school, almost ruining the agreement with his coach and mother.   (Fight)   Castle's Bully (in red)
  • OH THATS IT!!
  • Getting in trouble propels the action even more giving conflict between the characters seeing that Castle isn’t allowed to get into trouble at school or he's off the track team. Which then leads to castle being more focused in school and becoming a better student.  
  • I know....
  • I should have never gotten in trouble...
  • (Castle- first practice ((right after sprints)) Castle has some trouble with his teammates at first, but then settles in. Castle’s decision to be on the track team is giving his mother the mindset of her child being in good hands, relieving stress through running, and learning discipline. And that's what his mother wants. And Castle is only on this track team because of that night.
  • And what are you wearing!?!? Ahahahaha
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