Storyboarding as a Path to Literacy

By |2018-05-07T11:30:11-07:00August 9th, 2013|

For today’s Free Friday, I’m sharing a new video that walks you through how to use the free program Storyboard That as a path to literacy with your students.  Many students find it difficult to write or to express details deeply and cohesively.  By using storyboarding, students feel less threatened by traditional writing. They become free to design their story through art and drama first.  By using this access point, students can have time to think through their thought processes, discover what details may be missing and synthesize their story into a sequential context.  From there, they write within the storyboard in short, succinct sentences. Which then, they may edit as part of a rough draft.  Finally, after their storyboard is complete, they can transfer their storyboard into a written story, essay or script.

This is a fun, engaging, and deeply meaningful process to help enhance and connect students to writing and literacy.  Happy Friday!

2 Comments

  1. […] today’s video tip, I’m sharing how to translate this connection through the storyboard process.  It’s a great way to connect the new media arts standards with writing and […]

  2. MARION KISAKYE May 10, 2018 at 1:21 am - Reply

    Thanks for the video Suzan, but how can I use story boards to enhance reading comprehension among high school students?

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