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Storyboard Assessment

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Storyboard

Produce a sketch of how you plan to organize your digital story and outline its contents.

The goals of the storyboard are to organize the focus of your digital story, figure out what the various parts of the story are/need to be and determine which Web 2.0 applications and multimedia you intend to use for each part of the story. 

 

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Appreciation: The domain of appreciation relates to a sense of openness to and appreciation for the richness of diversity: diverse evidence, conclusions, points of view, attitudes, motivations, experiences, values, and cultures.  The domain of appreciation is about thinking about and with the ideas of colleagues and peers. It is about giving recognition to and honoring the scholarship of other people.       

1. Budding evidence for this domain may, for example, be a superficial presentation of source materials that seems poorly integrated with your own views.  No references are given.        
2. Emerging skills in this domain may include a resourceful inclusion of source materials.  However, references are partial and/ or in accurate.  
3. Maturing skills in this domain may include a resourceful inclusion of source materials and the drawing of some interesting connections between these sources and the your views.  References are complete and accurate.  
4. Readiness in this domain produces in the reader a feeling that difference and other views from source materials are valued and appreciated beyond being merely included: that these source materials have enriched the your own views. The work evokes a sense of satisfaction and expansiveness. References are complete and accurate.



Method: The domain of method relates to action and accomplishment: the ‘nuts and bolts’ of how a piece of work is carried forward and completed, as well as the skillful application of various modes of expression.     
1. Budding evidence for this domain includes a sense of incoherence as well as works that seem an incomplete jumble. While some of the components of the work may be interesting and engaging, the reader or audience is left feeling imposed upon. Work contains an excessive number of distracting spelling, grammatical, mechanical and/or technical errors.       
2. Emerging evidence for this domain includes a sense of coherence throughout the work. It is selectively interesting and engaging, yet the reader/audience is left feeling unsatisfied. Work contains distracting spelling, grammatical, mechanical and/or technical errors. 
3. Evidence for maturing skill in this domain includes an appropriate and efficient use of method. Overall, the work seems accomplished yet conventional. Work contains few, if any, spelling, grammatical, mechanical and/or technical errors.       
4. In uses of effective method demonstrating readiness in this domain, the author uses a style that is rich, idiosyncratic and moving. Work contains few, if any, spelling, grammatical, mechanical and/or technical errors.  The author’s purpose has been convincingly accomplished through the author’s practical and effective style of communication.



Presence: This central domain relates to a sense of wholeness and completeness based on the responsibility of the author/producer to the assigned task:

 

____ Determine the focus of your digital story.

 

____ Describe the various parts of the story. 

 

____ Outline the contents of your digital story.

 

____ Determine which Web 2.0 applications and multimedia you intend to use for each part of the story. 

 

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