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  1. bill law’s three-scene storyboarding to help you to… > examine narrative’s distinctive contribution > use episodic ‘turning-points’ to enable flexibility > support ‘remembering’, ‘showing’ & ‘futuring’ > use word-and-image ‘filmic’ techniques > plan for new programme possibilities > enable a probing questioning of anecdotes DVT 14 storyboarding updated 2/11/09 this PowerPoint at: www.hihohiho.com/magazine/mkngtwork/cafstrybrd.ppt

  2. intuition habit encounter instinct luck impulse > a story-telling process > using words and images > setting down career-related experience > for other’s stories and your own > showing the individual and others > interweaving thoughts and feelings bill law’s three-scene storyboardingwhat it does > a basis for action what real-life episode comes to mind?

  3. bill law’s three-scene storyboardingkey features ‘who?’ ‘when?’ ‘where?’ ‘why?’ ‘what?’ ‘how?’ > draw us in > keep us curious > call up ‘what-next?’ hopes and fears > memorable - we go over it and tell others > can be an inspiration - or a warning > hinges on a turning-point what of your episode do you recall?

  4. bill law’s three-scene storyboardingfinding a turning-point ‘letting go?’ ‘decision?’ ‘holding on?’ ‘moving on?’ > a scene where new possibilities come into view > may be a surprise > could change a person’s mind > but even if it doesn’t it is remembered is there a turning point in your episode?

  5. > positioning-in-the-frame > angle-of-shot > looks and gestures > width-of-field > talk > thoughts and feelings bill law’s three-scene storyboardingusing ‘filmic’ methods can this convey the episode in the person’s own terms?

  6. > big scene: when things can be changed > opening scene: the way things are before > following scene: the way things become different bill law’s three-scene storyboardingshowing does your sequence show… surprises? disappointments? hopes?

  7. > sorting out the natural muddle > wondering ‘what might happen if....?’ > seeing new possibilities - encounters, locations, events > opening-up questions - ‘why this?’, ‘why then?’, ‘why like that?’’ > facing uncertainties bill law’s three-scene storyboardingremembering use this instead of worksheets? data-base? psychometrics?

  8. bill law’s three-scene storyboardingfuturing > check out an already-in-mind move > visualise a never-before-considered move > get clear on the ‘where?’, ‘who?’ and ‘what?’ of action > consider action against-the-grain of family’s & friends’ expectations > work out how to relate this to friends and family > work out how to present this to recruitment people support for flexible action in a changing world?

  9. > family-talk > face-to-face help > small-group-work > visits-in and -out > community projects > enquiries > role-plays > media-productions bill law’s three-scene storyboardingcovering programme possibilities which of your partners can you interest in what?

  10. bill law’s three-scene storyboardingformating the process > like a diary, a chat or social-networking > drawing on movie, novels and soap-opera formats > for other peoples’ stories - which give us each a clue to our own > and for our own for creative use of digital technologies?

  11. bill law’s three-scene storyboardingpursuing stories > at first of readily-recognisable ‘up-close’ experience > progressively of the-likes-of-people-you’ve-never-met-before > then of situations where things go badly > of where a person needs to be able to make good use of bad news > of constructive ways of recounting challenging experience community links curriculum media websites what stories bind a person to a community - local and virtual?

  12. > finding-out - seeing, hearing, feeling > sorting-out - getting things into useful order > checking-out - pointing to what really counts > working-out - grasping what leads to what biggest surprise? changes how I see things? different from people I know? keeps coming back to me? hardest to deal with? why I have to do something? what’s going on here? who - what - when - where? got enough to go on? how did it get this way? what can I do about it? how I can make it work for me? bill law’s three-scene storyboardinginterrogating a narrative > finding-out - seeing, hearing, feeling > sorting-out - getting things into useful order > checking-out - pointing to what really counts > working-out - grasping what leads to what can a learning profession risk leaving any anecdote unquestioned?

  13. bill law’s three-scene storyboardingadapting for your work • > handbook > Word version of handout • > blank formats > this PowerPoint > web links available shortly for alerts e-mail ‘yes’ to bill@hihohiho.com go to: www.hihohiho.com/magazine/mkningtwork/sboardstockroom.html

  14. finding hope here? helping you to . . . yes/no yes/no yes/no yes/no yes/no yes/no . . . examine narrative’s distinctive contribution . . . use episodic ‘turning-points’ to enable flexibility . . . support ‘remembering’, ‘showing’ & ‘futuring’ . . . use words-and-images ‘filmic’ techniques . . . plan for new programme possibilities . . . enable a probing questioning of anecdotes if ‘yes’ - glad it’s usefulif ‘no’ - tell Bill why at www.hihohiho.com the ppt… www.hihohiho.com/magazine/mkngtwork/cafstrybrd.ppt the handbook … www.hihohiho.com/magazine/mkngtwork/cafstrybrd.pdf help colleagues… copy-and-paste urls into an e-mailhihiho alerts… e-mail ‘yes’ to bill@hihohiho.com news and updates… www.twitter.com/billaw