Is a new tool I came across thanks to one of my favorite bloggers. It basically, as its title suggests, allows you to create storyboards. This is perfect for English teachers.
Want students to demonstrate a how to? Have them create a storyboard.
Want to have students adapt a story? Have them create a storyboard.
With the ability to upload your own images, and the fact that using sites like, easel.ly, allow you to create your infographs, the possibilities are almost endless for how this could be used.
Of course, there is a limit to the free account. Such is life, though.
Here is ten minutes of tinkering around. I am thinking of having students use it to put the events of "A Rose for Emily" in chronological order. I've done it in the past, but using a storyboard might be the best way to put the events from each "chapter" in order.
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