Storyboarding Through Types of Writing
Entice students into the writing process and getting warmed up by a prescribed prompt. Encrouaging them to either create their own illustrations and/or take pictures.
2 Direct Instruction
Demonstrate turning one of your student's writing prompts into a storyline, collaboratively with the class as you brainstorm ideas and define story elements.
3 Guided Practice
Demonstrate turning the storyboard "Popplet" into a narrative to delvelop real or imagined experiences to include illustrations (pictures or video), authentic text (copy)
4 Independent Practice
Students will create an expository piece to explain the steps of the writing process using specific examples (either text, copy, pictures or video) from this lesson. (Prompt, brainstorm/storyboard, writing/editing story)
Rubric to be given to include artifacts to prove each step of the writing process and minimum number of scenes, narrations, animations, transitions, photos are represented in the finished product.
Students will create Poll Everywhere critique rubrics to give feedback to each other on their finished iMovies- Expository Writing Covering the Writing Process.