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Narrative writing- Storyboarding

Nur Hakim

on 20 April 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Storyboarding The key to make your story interesting is to.... 'show' the reader the story instead of 'tell' Visualize the essay as a movie. How to create storyboards? Break up the story into 'scenes' Draw a picture of each of these 'scenes' as you would visualize it. Video clip:
"Mr Bean in Toilet" As you watch the clip, identify the different 'scenes' in the story. Watch the clip a 2nd time

Pause the clip at the part which best represents that scene. Groupwork Take out the passage on 'Fire Accident'.

Break into your GIVEN groups.

You have 20 mins to create a storyboard of the passage.
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