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1 What and Whys for Storyboards You can think of a storyboard as a visual outline of your project. A storyboard helps you plan for your project because you draw out in detail all the elements. It also helps you to communicate with others about your ideas. "Story-Boarding is a popular management tool to facilitate the creative-thinking process and can be likened to taking your thoughts and the thoughts of others and spreading them out on a wall as you work on a project or solve a problem” (Cave, no date). Storyboards take many different forms. A simple storyboard may be a flowchart, a table, an outline while a more complicated storyboard for multimedia development may include a detailed description of the visual elements such as text, graphics, video and animation (Orr, Golas, & Yao, 1993). It will also include the sequence and what will occur simultaneously.

2 Story Board 1.Name: __________________ 2.Date Due: ________________ 3.Subject: _________________ 4.Purpose:____________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ________________________________ 5.Elements: ___________________________________ ___________________________________ __________________________

3 My Project: ______________ 1._________ 2. _________ 3. _________ Script, notes, or details

4 My Project: ______________ 4. _________ 5. _________ 6. _________ Script, notes, or details

5 My Project: ______________ 7. _________ 8. _________ 9. _________ Script, notes, or details

6 My Project: ______________ 10. _________ 11. _________ 12. _______ Script, notes, or details

7 My Project: ______________ 13. _________ 14. _________15. ________ Script, notes, or details

8 My Project: ______________ 16. _________ 17. _________18. ________ Script, notes, or details

9 My Project: ______________ 19. _________ 20. _________21. ________ Script, notes, or details

10 References San Mateo County Office of Education, (1999), Storyboarding Activity, retrieved Oct. 17, 2006, Adobe Systems Incorporated, (2006), The Story Behind Storyboards, retrieved Oct. 17, 2006, Cave, C. (2002). Storyboarding. Retrieved May,14, 2003, from Huff-Corzine, L. (1998). Storyboarding 101: Turning Concepts into Visual Forms. Retrieved May, 14, 2003, from Klaus, N. (2002).What is a Storyboard? Retrieved May, 14, 2003, from Lohr, L. (no date). Flowcharting and Storyboarding. Retrieved May, 14, 2003, from Orr, K.L., Golas, K.C.& Yao, K. (1993).Storyboard Development for Interactive Multimedia Training. Retrieved May, 14, 2003, from Wallace, M. (2003). Storyboarding Bibliography. Retrieved May, 14, 2003, from


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