Create a Storyboard

Storyboards

Create a Storyboard

Directions:

  • Use one of the templates below, or StoryboardThat.com to illustrate your shot list as a storyboard.
  • You will not be evaluated on artistic ability (you may use stick figures), but the storyboard should be clear enough so that others can determine the shot type, camera angle and general action as it is described on your shot list.
  • You must earn a minimum rating of “meets requirements” across all evaluative criteria outlined in the rubric below.
  • Click View the Lesson Quiz below to upload your storyboard (registered learners only).

Storyboard Templates


Storyboard Rubric

Item AssessedExceeds RequirementsMeets RequirementsDoes Not Meet Requirements
Storyboard DetailThe storyboard provides a clear representation of the story.The storyboard represents a logical timeline, but lacks sufficient detail to provide a clear representation of the story.The storyboard appears to consist of five unrelated shots. A storyline cannot be identified.
Shot TypeThe intended shot type can be accurately identified for all five shots.The intended shot type can be accurately identified for at least 3 shots.The intended shot type cannot be identified for all five shots.
Shot AngleThe intended shot angle can be accurately identified for all five shots.The intended shot angle can be accurately identified for at least 3 shots.The intended shot angle cannot be identified for all five shots.

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