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bill law’s three-scene storyboarding. to help you to… > probe narrative methods > focus turning-point episodes > enable ‘remembering’, ‘showing’ & ‘futuring’ > use narrative face-to-face & in learning programmes > enable students in interrogating narratives

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bill law’s

three-scene storyboarding

to help you to…

> probe narrative methods

> focus turning-point episodes

> enable ‘remembering’, ‘showing’ & ‘futuring’

> use narrative face-to-face & in learning programmes

> enable students in interrogating narratives

> draw on the narrative imagery of race & journey

> see where filmic techniques can help your work> sift evaluative evidence

bill law’s three-scene storyboarding

™updated 15/05/13

this presentation

at:

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storyboarding basics what story?

news

student’s

reading

movie

research

your own

on-line

speaking of…

> action - on or by the people

saying WHAT

> people - seeing it differently

saying WHO

> thoughts & feelings

saying WHERE

> turning-point - in seconds, minutes, days, weeks

saying WHEN

> something needing to be done

saying HOW

> which matters

saying WHY

less calling for attention to expertise, more giving voice to experience

slide3

storyboarding basics why do this?

can it be useful in your work?

sharing ideas

> any hopes for storyboarding?

> particular purposes in mind?

> reservations?

slide4

storyboarding basics setting down an episode

in three scenes - ‘opening’, ‘big’ & ‘following’…

> opening scene - how it is to begin

> big scene - the turning-point

> following scene - how it is after

‘happy endings’ are not most common, or most authentic, or most useful

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storyboarding basics another episode

stages in reflection - 1, 2 & 3…

> remembering - sort & sequence

> showing - design words & images

> futuring - plan & rehearse action

this is learning-to-learning, not receiving information but processing it

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storyboarding basics turning points for flexibility

tracking narrative elements for a future not predicted by a past

experiencehow it seems

settingwhere it happens

possibilitieswhat it calls up

changedpoint-of-view

wider horizons

newdirection

stayingput

movingon

holdingon

lettinggo

family

neighbourhood

course

on-line

on-the-street

tv

reading

visit

surprise

curious

encounter

hope

fear

gain

loss

lucky

unforgettable

equal-op issues - helpers need to appreciate what’s held onto & what’s let go

slide7

storyboarding basics finding a turning point?

how a story may be useful where assessment-&-information may not…

trying it out

> get inside a life-management story you know well

> focus a turning-point episode in that story

> set the episode down in storyboard format

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> an agenda

no need to show it to anyone else

> worked out with a client

can you now see how it might help?

> in partnership with a helper

how can I help you?

> on what a client needs-to-find

> in a person-to-person exchange

may I ask you about this?

from what you say, this can help you

storyboarding in face-to-face workindividualstoryboarding

where storyboarding works as part of…

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> a prepared scheme-of-work

> based on a programme design

how could we use this in our lives?

> sharing group experiences

this learning is useful because...

> based on what students need-to-know

you can use this anytime - anywhere

> in a stage-by-stage progression

try it out first

review, re-apply adapt, record, store, share

storyboarding in a programmegroup-workstoryboarding

where storyboarding works as part of …

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over-viewingkey concepts

intuition

habit

encounter

instinct

luck

impulse

easily-neglected elements that round-out the story…

> of a significant turning-point episode

> linking reflection to experience

> speaking of both the self & other people

> acknowledging other points-of-view

> interweaving talk, thoughts & feelings

> engaging embodiment, reach & grasp

> finding a meaning & establishing a purpose

> with the person as both author & audience

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> physicality - expression / posture / gesture

> engagement - surprises / disturbs / enlarges

> internalising - stirring / restless / with hope-&-fear

it doesn’t look right!

is there something missing? I want to make a truer version?

wait a minute!why did I draw it like that?& why am I jittery?

why should I bother about this?

more going on than I knew!what can I do about anything?

enabling embodiment

tangibly setting down a life in that person’s own terms - identity

embodiment, reach & grasp are ways-of-seeing not skills - modelled not trained

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> as though a race - taking on the challenge / being a winner / tolerating pain

> as though a journey - widening horizons / trying out paths / navigating routes

> learning for living - seeing in more than one way / for me & others / a new start

could this be for my life?

can I make a difference?dare I feel hopeful?

why should I care about this?

school is not interesting!

my life is more interesting!

I do care!suppose I were to…?

should I be telling somebody?

enablingreach

scoring in a test - finding meaning & purpose in experience

learned here, to be used somewhere else - transfer-of-learning

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> finding-out - looking / seeing / listening

> sorting-out - noticing / comparing / contrasting

> checking-out - sorting / focusing / probing

> working-out - explaining / anticipating / trialing

why such a surprise?

different from anything I know! I can usually ignore school stuff

do I have to let it bug me?

why is rejecting it so hard?

can I do anything about it?

what’s going on here?

who - what - when - where?

got enough to figure out how?

how did it get this way?

what can I do about it?

how can I make it work?

enablinggrasp

beyond absorbing content, into a process of taking hold of content

> finding-out - getting enough to go on

> sorting-out - putting things into useful order

> checking-out - pointing to what really counts

> working-out - grasping what leads to what

stories can mislead so take nothing for granted - & that needs critical thinking

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enabling embodiment, reach & graspyour questioning models their questioning

helpers can ‘teach’ content but process is shared…

trying it out

> share your storyboard with another person

> ask & answer why the storyboards are like this, what they mean, & what purpose that suggests

> offer each other feedback on what sort of questioning helps

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> sorts out natural muddle

> looks for what is important

> puts things into sequence

> anticipates ‘what might happen if . . . ?’

> probes - ‘why like this?’, ‘what now?’

> calls up new memories - encounters, locations, events

> expands identity - a greater sense of self

checking design featuresremembering

not like a worksheet… a data-base… or an assessment…

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> big scene: when things can be changed

> opening scene: the way things are before that

> following scene: the way things become different

checking design features showing

designing from the big scene makes flexibility the key concept

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checking design featuresfuturing

moving on - means holding on & letting go…

> dealing with other people

> imagining what that might mean

> going over it with people who can help

> finding a basis for action

> talking about it with friends & family

> being ready for selection & recruitment people

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> positioning-in-the-frame

> angle-of-shot

> looks & gestures

> width-of-field

> talk

> thoughts & feelings

maximising the scope filmic methods

how a person designs the story in that person’s own terms…

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> home-life talk

> face-to-face help

> small-group work

> visits-in & -out

> community projects

> enquiries

> role-plays

> media-productions

> action planning & rehearsal

?

&

> programme research & evaluation

!

maximising the scopelocating in a programme

wide programme links enable integrated lives…

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learning for living building narrative stage-by-stage

from experience to action…

no story

past & present

with me-&-mine

chaotic

experiencing

careers education as learning-for-living

any story

other people’s

words, images & fun

familiar & friendly

experiencing > enjoying

ready for my story

other people’s & my own

fairy stories

my story

experiencing > enjoying > remembering

ready to show

who-what-where

past-present & future

why-how-when

experiencing > enjoying > remembering > showing-&-futuring

ready to question

reflecting on experience

‘I’ looking at ‘me’

probing

experiencing > enjoying > remembering > showing > questioning

ready to move on

meaning & purpose

distinctively my own

life-wide life-long

experiencing >enjoying > remembering > showing > questioning > moving-on

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storyboarding imagery plots & stories

whose story calls up what imagery?

parable

lyric

story forms

saga

novel

art

soap

fable

biography

legend

gossip

dance

myth

poetry

adventure coach compete cross-roads

departure direction diversion gateway

get-ahead guide head-start horizon

hurdle inside-track map performance

pursuit selection signpost spring-board

travel trophy turning-point winner

adventure coach compete cross-roads

departure direction diversion gateway

get-ahead guide head-start horizon

hurdle inside-track map performance

pursuit selection signpost spring-board

travel trophy turning-point winner

adventure coach compete cross-roads

departure direction diversion gateway

get-ahead guide head-start horizon

hurdle inside-track map performance

pursuit selection signpost spring-board

travel trophy turning-point winner

adventure coach compete cross-roads

departure directiondiversion gateway

get-ahead guidehead-start horizon

hurdle inside-track map performance pursuit

selection signpost spring-board travel

trophy turning-point winner

race & journey imagery

who seeks what?

among so many narratives how can journey talk help people in a race?

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criteria for evaluation who values what?

evaluation seeks value…

trying it out

what would be the most valuable gain in using storyboarding?…

> for you> for your students & their people> for your colleagues> for your employer

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…of personal satisfaction - for conversations with students

…of professional usefulness - for conversations with colleagues

…of commitments met - for conversations with the organisation

narrate how experience influences action

critically question experience as a source of knowledge

apply this to other people’s experience & their own

engage it in personal contact & on-line

find meaning in experience for establishing purpose in life

look to wider horizons offering unforeseen possibilities

know how to draw on experience, fact, & point-of-view

probe for causes & consequences in experience

become witnesses to their own lives

plan, rehearse & adapt intended action

think independently of personal & social pressure

transfer learning into life

apply this learning life-wide - in all areas of experience

embed this learning life-long - at all stages in experience

develop a distinctive voice for recruitment & selection

evaluating storyboarding evidence for ‘s’, ‘c’ & ‘o’

s-c-o

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any hope here?

helping you to . . .

yes/no

yes/no

yes/no

yes/no

yes/no

yes/no

yes/no

yes/no

. . .probe narrative methods

. . .focus turning-point episodes

. . .enable ‘remembering’, ‘showing’ & ‘futuring’

. . .use narrative face-to-face & in learning programmes

. . .enable students in interrogating narratives

. . .draw on the narrative imagery of ‘race’ & ‘journey’

. . .see where filmic techniques can help your work. . .sift evaluative evidence

if ‘yes’ - glad it’s usefulif ‘no’ - tell Bill why at - http://www.hihohiho.com

this presentation… http://www.hihohiho.com/storyboarding/sbstrybrd.ppt

practice & theory in full… http://www.hihohiho.com/storyboarding/sbL4L.pdf

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background support… http://www.hihohiho.com/storyboarding/sbstockroom.html terms & conditions for use http://www.hihohiho.com/information/cafuserinfo.html

hiho alerts… e-mail ‘yes’ to bill@hihohiho.com

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