However, the above links have now become unavailable. I'm leaving them in there for reference. But I found another website that has the video!!! https://app.schooltube.com/video/d2525f42fd3809f3dabd/Storyboarding%20(AFI's%20Lights,%20Camera,%20Education!)
I did find a website with a video about storyboarding on this website, even though it is not nearly as good as the original, I does give students ideas about drawing out stories as pictures or cartoons.
I introduce this lesson by telling students that the class will be playing the roles of the molecules involved in the process of protein synthesis. Before we can play the roles, we need to familiarize ourselves with the story and the characters of the story.
Here we talk about the characters by using this handout (example key follows):
THE STORY OF PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
Next, we begin to visualize the characters in the story of protein synthesis by drawing cartoon pictures of them on a storyboard hand-out that can be obtained from this web site:
Here is another web site: http://pizzabytheslice.com/downloads/blank_storyboards.pdf
Here are some examples of storyboards for the process of protein synthesis:
Here are some examples of books that utilize graphics to teach:
Also, Larry Gonick's cartoon guides are fun and informative:
For the storyboarding graphic organizers you may visit my other posts:
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