Story Boards

Sometimes in the hullabaloo of trying to remember everything we learn about CI (impossible) we forget to use some of the basic ideas from the 1990’s like this one, described perfectly by James.

…story board drawings to me are the kids draw 6 or so pictures and give each picture a caption in L2 taken from the story. You end up with lots of cartoon versions of the story and to complete them the kids have to re-read everything (the whole point). See here:….

When to use story boards? Perhaps after the story or after the reading. In fact, the four or six panel drawings that story boards are represent exactly what my story artists did, and I suggest that those whose artists now use interactive whiteboards do the same.



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