Story Outline Storyboard Template

Updated: 3/27/2019
Story Outline Storyboard Template
You can find this storyboard in the following articles and resources:
Perspective in Literature

Point of View vs Perspective

By Kristy Littlehale

Many students are confused by the difference between the terms point of view and perspective. This is because the terms are often used synonymously, but they are, in fact, quite different. Help students learn the difference!
Making Movies out of Your Storyboard

How to Plan with with Storyboards

By Sarah Laroche

Before an idea can be realized, it needs to be developed and organized. Use the Pre-Planning and Organizing Script Plots article to help you plan out the story, characters, scenes, and more.
The Writing Process

The Writing Process

By Bridget Baudinet

Good writers are not born; they are made. Producing a quality piece of writing - whether it be a novel, a screenplay, a poem, or an editorial - takes time and effort. There are many different formulas for the writing process, but the basic steps involve prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing. Good writers who follow these steps can ensure a product to be proud of.


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Storyboard Description

Plot Diagram Template or Plot Map Template for outlining a story. Copy to your teacher account and assign to students to complete.

Storyboard Text

  • EXPOSITION
  • CONFLICT
  • RISING ACTION
  • CLIMAX
  • FALLING ACTION
  • RESOLUTION