Works Referred to in Preparing "Storyboards: Pictures Worth a Thousand Words" Richard Alan Korb / Columbia University

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Works Referred to in Preparing
"Storyboards: Pictures Worth a Thousand Words"
Richard Alan Korb / Columbia University

"Animation and Graphics: What is storyboarding?" Retrieved from the web April 23, 2006 at

Brandi, Marie-Luise. Video im Unterricht. M√ľnchen: Langenscheidt, 1996.

Glisan, Eileen W., et. al. ACTFL Integrated Performance Assessment. NY: ACTFL, 2003.

Kiggins, Brandon G. "Making Movie Storyboards." Original lesseon plan retrieved from web April 23, 2006 at

Katzenmayer, Judy, and Judy Sugarman. Study Exercises for Lola rennt. Vernon Hills, IL: FilmAerobics, Inc., n.d.

Korb, Richard Alan. "Organizing Student Video Productions." Retrieved from web on April 23, 2006 at (username = korb password = reading).

Lamb, Annette, and Larry Johnson. "Planning a Video." Retrieved from the web April 23, 2006 at

Reimer, Robert C., and Reihnard Zachau. Arbeitsbuch zu German Culture through Film. Newburyport, MA: R. Pullins, 2006.

Shrum, Judith L., and Eilieen W. Glisan. Teacher's Handbook: Contextualized Language Instruction. Third Edition. Boston: Heinle, 2005.

Studio 1151. "Production Storyboard." Retrieved from web April 23, 2006 at

Tykwer, Tom. Lola rennt. Film, Sony Pictures Classics, 1998.

----------. Lola rennt: Das Buch zum Film. Reinbeck: Rowohlt, 1998.

Wallace, Tish. "Storyboards as a Literary Tool." PowerPoint presentation retrieved from the web on April 23, 2006 at:

Weidner, Karl and Rainer Oesmann, "Videoschnitt mit iMovie." Retrieved from web April 23, 2006 at

YouthLearn Initiative at EDC. " Using Storyboards: Thinking Through Visual Storytelling." Retrieved from web April 23, 2006 at

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Storyboards in FL Classroom: Online-Resources

Defining and Creating Storyboards

Studio 1151 Storyboard basics

Rowland Animation Guide to Storyboarding: guide as storyboard

Storyboarding w/ "the complete eejit's guide to film-making" provides tips for those who "can't draw"

Student-produced Video tutorial and pedagogy (username = korb password = reading)

Pedagogy using Storyboards and/or iMovie

High school fl-lesson idea w/ script-writing and video production

Making Movie Storyboards outlines steps for organizing, producing, and assessing storyboards

Using Storyboards: sample storyboarding activities

iLife middle / high school fl classroom use of iMovie to attain fluency

"I Read, I Learn, iMovie: Strategies for Literacy in Science Instruction"

Student-produced Video tutorial and pedagogy (username = korb password = reading)

Online rubric for assessing multi-media projects

Webtools for Story-Telling
(Cartoon Sequences, Finding Images, Recording, Storyboarding, etc)

Creating cartoon sequences online


64,900 examples of story board images via "Google images"


Storyboard sequences that could be recycled for story-telling activities

"Fundamentals of Graphic Art" course-page links to free downloads

StoryBoard QUICK4 step-by-step tutorial

StoryBoardArtist homepage

Advanced iMovie

Key Digital Storytelling Websites

A storyboard has a picture area for sketching in each scene.

On a storyboard, write in technical directions to accompany each scene. Outline the script or narration for the audio portion of each scene.

A storyboard is a dynamic planning document that will not exactly match the finished product.

A storyboard will probably be modified numerous times during the actual production process.

The storyboard can be rearranged to change the sequence of scenes or to make room for additional scenes to be inserted.

Some people use 3" X 5" index cards for a storyboard outline to facilitate changes.

Storyboards can also be created on the computer.

(Edited from

Lola Storyboard Project Rubric


Work with team to create storyboard for an episode taken from Lola; indicate familiarization with iMovie and korb-video-workshop tutorials (vocabulary and process); script, shoot, edit short video.


Excelling = 4 points

Achieved = 3 points

Improved = 2 points

Unimproved =1 point




Individual Storyboard + Script / Story

Simple, logical, and complete (@10 images) storyboard w/ easy to understand episode, 100% correct script and camera vocab

Simple, clear, mostly logical storyboard (7-8 images) mostly understandable; mostly correct script and camera vocab

Simple, farily clear storyboard (5-6 images), understandable w/ slight explanation; appropriate script and some correct camera vocab

Storyboard (5 or less images) that must be explained, script is basic and some camera vocab is used


Adaptation of Storyboards

Able to adapt storyboard w/ others

Able to work w/ own or storyboard of others

Able to adapt to storyboard of others

Works w/ own storyboard over others


Planning / Teamwork / Production

Always on-time; eager to cooperate; flexible as leader/follower, works well w/ others throughout project

Mostly on-time; can lead and follow, willing to cooperate; takes part w/ others throughout project

Often on-time; likes mostly to follow; cooperates and works w/ others when necessary

Meets when possible; likes mostly to lead and/or finds teamwork difficult

Speaking Skills

Vocabulary / Pronunciation

Complete command of story and video vocab; near-native pronunciation

Good command of most story and video vocab; understandable pronunciation

Good command of some story and video vocab; speaks clearly some of the time

Command of basic story and video vocab; speaks w/ some difficulty


Overall Video / Performance + Creativity of Team

Above and beyond; audience follows + enjoys original interpretation 100% Outstanding, creative performance

Very good project engages audience almost entirely;

Good, creative performance

Good project engages audience most of time;

Creative, better than average performance

Project engages audience some of time;
Creative; performance is somewhat uneven

Conversion to %

20 pts = 100%

19 pts = 98%

18 pts = 96%

17 pts = 94%

16 pts = 92%

15 pts = 90%

14 pts = 87%

13 pts = 84%

12 pts = 81%

11 pts = 78%

10 pts = 75%

9 pts = 72%

8 pts = 69%

7 pts = 66%

6 pts = 63%

5 pts = 60%


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RAKorb / Columbia University /

CLI at Northwestern University, April 27, 2006

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