Courses of Study: Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication

Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication, Grade 9 - 12, Storyboarding, 2009

1.) Apply laboratory safety rules, regulations, and procedures in storyboarding.

2.) Describe the use of storyboards in the animation industry.

3.) Create story panels using design elements and organizational principles for visual arts to communicate a story idea.

•  Analyzing a story for story elements and mechanics
•  Researching a variety of environments and styles of storyboarding
•  Identifying design elements and principles for various character personalities in storyboarding
4.) Solve visual arts problems in storyboarding.

5.) Use a variety of media to communicate idea, theme, and emotion in a storyboard.

Examples: camera shots and perspective, camera movements for interest or story

•  Using elements of art and principles of design that create areas of focus and interest in visual works
•  Using principles of animation to produce rough story panels
•  Producing story panels for public display and critique
•  Demonstrating reflection and self-criticism in finished storyboards
6.) Use technology resources to facilitate problem solving, critical thinking, decision making, and creativity in storyboarding.

•  Editing animation with technology for clarity and entertainment
•  Recording animation with technology for visual review
•  Creating animation from storyboards using technology