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At Storyboard That, our goal is to help everyone tell their story. Whether it's in a classroom or a boardroom, we have several ways to help you make the most out of your storyboard. We have invested heavily in tools that will automatically create presentations in any format you want! Check them out in our How to Turn a Storyboard into a Presentation Article!

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/education/english/how-to-present
Learn how to easily transform your amazing storyboard into a live slideshow, PowerPoint Presentation, Google Slides, Keynote Presentation, or appsmash!
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There are a plethora of graphic organizers floating around for both education and special education use. Graphic organizers can be created for just about any subject and topic. Though some are more specific, one of the more general and commonly used graphic organizers is a KW(H)L Chart. Take a look at our KW(H)L Article for templates!

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/education/graphic-organizer/k-w-l
The KW(H)L graphic organizer is an easy and effective way to help students guide themselves through the learning process. Templates and examples included!
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A Character Map is a great way for students who struggle with reading to keep track of the characters in the story without losing focus on the plot itself. At Storyboard That, we allow the teacher to create different adaptations of the same graphic organizers to meet the needs of all the students within the class. For more:

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/special-education/graphic-organizer-for-character-mapping
Learn how a character map graphic organizer can be helpful! Our Character Map Graphic Organizer for Special Education will help your students in a fun way.
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At Storyboard That, we make no exclusions to students. With our Storyboards and Dyslexia Article, you will learn how your students can create dyslexia-friendly storyboards using the Open Dyslexic Font available to use!

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/education/storyboards-and-dyslexia
Storyboard That makes no exclusions to students. Learn how Storyboard That is Dyslexia-Friendly!
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Sorting is a critical and fundamental skill required in many different subjects, including Math and English. Creating storyboards enables students to add a visual component to any sorting activity. Check our Sorting Boards with Storyboards Article for activity ideas!

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/special-education/sorting-boards
Sorting Boards are incredibly helpful in a variety of subjects. Storyboard That can help make the most vivid and creative sorting boards for your students!
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Students or individuals often thrive on routine and the ability to anticipate what is happening next. An extremely common tool in the special education classroom is a Schedule Board, which does just that. It allows the students the ability to know what is occurring and what will happen next. For more:

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/special-education/schedule-boards
Do you know what schedule boards are? With this article, you will be able to incorporate these boards in your special education class in a variety of ways!
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High school students are entering a world where everything is digital. Their college applications, job applications, even their social lives are based online. As students get older, it is important to teach them the do’s and don'ts of email, as well as other online etiquette.

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/education/writing/email-etiquette
Use storyboards to teach the important skill of email etiquette! See example storyboards and lesson ideas and find inspiration to teach your own class.
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In our Plot Diagrams for Special Education Article, we include templates for students who need minimal guidance as well as those who need more guidance.
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http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/special-education/graphic-organizer-for-plot-diagram
Discover how plot diagrams can be very practical and convenient in a Special Education class with this informative article!
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Brainstorming is a great technique to solve a problem, create new ideas, or gather information through discussion. The incorporation of modern technology into the classroom has led to new techniques using “old” concepts. Depending on the project, Storyboard That provides you with different graphic organizers to use in your classroom!

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/education/graphic-organizer/brainstorming-with-graphic-organizers
Graphic Organizers are crucial during brainstorming sessions. This article outlines some different graphic organizers and the best uses for each of them!
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Have you heard of PECS? PECS boards are an essential tool for many nonverbal students, and their instructors. This invaluable tool provides students with a way to visually associate ideas about their everyday life, and to communicate with their instructors and family.

http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/education/special-education/pecs-boards
PECS, which stands for Picture Exchange Communication System, is an effective tool for visual communication. Read this lesson plan for more information!
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Teaching students how to sequence is an essential skill in education. Our Sequencing Article will show you how using a storyboard enables the student to visualize the activity and make connections between a picture and the activity that is or needs to be taking place.

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Have you used "First, Then Boards"? Perhaps you know them as the "If, Then Boards." Still don't know what they are? In our First, Then Boards Article, you will see that they are an incredible visual tool to incorporate in your classroom.
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http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/special-education/first-then-boards
First, Then Boards are a great way to incorporate visual aids during lessons across the cirriculum. This article explains how to create them using storyboards!
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Storyboard That (www.storyboardthat.com) is the worlds premier online storyboard creator.