Project Sample Directions

Project Sample Directions

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  • English 10, here I come! Watch out, my story has a great PLOT and a surprising TWIST
  • DUDE, what's your story about??? I'm stuck!
  • Sorry, my masterpiece is too good to share until it's DONE
  • For this project, you will create a storyboard, showing that you understand the elements of PLOT STRUCTURE. The first 1-2 "frames" will include elements from the EXPOSITION of your story.
  • I'm so glad the IMC is open and has computers I can use to complete my storyboard assignment! WHOO HOO!
  • The next 3-5 frames will include details from the RISING ACTION of your story. You can include text boxes to have your character(s) speak or so that we (the audience) know their thoughts and feelings. The description you write should tell us their actions.
  • I am gonna ROCK this presentation!
  • Next, create a frame for the CLIMAX of your story.
  • Yeah, it's awesome, but I'm still counting down to summer!
  • How cool is it that Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Tabares are letting us be creative?!?!
  • Next, create 1-2 frames for the falling action of your story.
  • Your last frame is for the RESOLUTION. You will be presenting your story to the class. .
  • You will have to create a second "continued" storyboard. Also, you are REQUIRED to include a minimum of 5 vocabulary words from Units 7,8, or 9. More words used correctly may result in extra credit, up to 5 extra words.
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