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Storyboards assessment: Kayla

Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Some grammatical errors Kayla but overall you have written thoughtfully and accurately.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
This is a fabulous story Kayla, with a clear beginning, middle and end. Your story uses
characters well, such as including a protagonist and a minor character. You have used
descriptive language really well, including words such as amazing, lovely and enchanted.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 1/3)
Although your story had two clear characters, your story relied on the audience already being
familiar with who Baby Bugs and Daffy are. Try to provide more detail as to who your
characters are. Refer to your character profile activities as a guide.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Well done Kayla, your story and protagonist had a clear purpose. Your story had suspense,
and it was clear how brave Baby Bugs was reacting so quickly, and putting the safety of
others before himself.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Fantastic effort using one point perspective so accurately, your drawings of a train and train
track are incredibly accurately. Its lovely to see you applying earlier lessons in these
drawings. It is a shame you were running out of time, and the last few sketches have been
rushed.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade out of 2/2)
Great job here Kayla, your storyboard is clear, and easy for the viewer to follow. Work on
your time management to maintain your standard of work is consistent from beginning to
end.
Overall grade: 12/16

Storyboards assessment: Chelsea Butson


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 2/2)
Chelsea, your story is written thoughtfully and accurately. Continue to think of descriptive
language you can incorporate into your creative writing in the future. Well done.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
Great work Chelsea, you have mapped out a clear time frame. You have explained locations,
events and occurrences really clearly.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
Your story has a clear protagonist, great work. Make sure you are consistent throughout your
story. Sometimes you referred to your character as Chad, and other times as Chad Wingard,
this was a little confusing.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Your story has a really clear purpose, great job. You have established locations, time, and
characters in a clear, concise fashion.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Great sketches Chelsea. Each frame is a clear composition, great use of foreground and
background detail. In future keep challenging yourself with your sketching. Next time you
might want to include more detail, such as facial expressions and so forth.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Fantastic Chelsea, your storyboard is neat and legible. Both images and font are clear and
easy for the viewer to follow. Your storyboard is also of a presentable standard, it is clear you
put considerable effort into this task. Great job!
Overall grade: 14/16

Storyboards assessment: Darrell Tan


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 2/2)
Darrell, your story is written thoughtfully and accurately, great use of language.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 2/ 3)
Your story is an interesting, detailed story. Make sure it is clear for the audience to follow; at
times I found your story confusing. Overall a great story through
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
Darrell you have developed a strong detective character. In the future you might want
consider including a narrator who could provide further detail. That way youre not relying
only on conversation to tell your story.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Fantastic job Darrell, here it was clear what had occurred. Also it was clear what each
characters motive was, and the story unfolded nicely.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Your sketches are detailed and a lot of effort has gone into your illustrations. Consider how to
make each character clear for the audience. You might want to include more close-up style
sketches. Close-up framing, or medium framing, is a great way to provide more detail. Try to
make each character unique in appearance.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Great job here Darrell. Your storyboard is of a high standard, and you should be proud of
your efforts.
Overall grade: 13/16

Storyboards assessment: Rishi Rajesh


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Rishi, your storyboard is a lovely story. I am really proud of how ambitious you were with
telling your story. Be mindful of spelling and grammar, but overall your writing is accurate
and clear.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
Your storyboard is a fantastic demonstration of a story with a clear beginning, middle, and
end. Great use of including a narrator, and also conversational language, this adds so much to
your story.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
Rishi, you have designed a fabulous protagonist character in Hanuman. You have provided
great detail, including both Hanumans physical and personality characteristics.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Well done establishing the action early. It is clear to the audience what your story is about.
You have established the genre and mood of your narrative. Your story captures the interest of
your audience early on.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 3/3)
Your storyboard includes a fantastic use of multiple sized frames, some close-up framing, and
some long-shot framing. Your pictures are detailed, and you have made thoughtful choices
with your images. Great job!
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Rishi, this storyboard is of an exceptionally high standard. I have made some grammatical
corrections in pencil. Please make the corrections where necessary, to ensure your storyboard
is as good as it can possibly be. Great work, I am proud of your efforts!
Overall grade: 15/16

Storyboards assessment: Sami Madlur


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Be mindful of spelling and grammar. Perhaps have someone proofread your work.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 1/ 3)
Your story is full of action, and drama. At times though, your storyboard is a little tricky to
follow.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 1/3)
You have some interesting characters throughout your storyboard. Make sure it is clear for
your audience who each character is.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 1/3)
Although there is a lot of action throughout your story Sami, I was not entirely sure what was
occurring or where it was occurring.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Great drawings Sami, you have included some fabulous detail. Make sure your drawings are
accurate and drawn to scale.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Congratulations on looking after your storyboard, and ensuring that it is of a presentable
standard.
Overall grade: 8/16

Storyboards assessment: Leesha Stutley


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 2/2)
Leesha, your story is written thoughtfully and accurately, and you have described events
considerately.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
Well done Leesha, your story has a neat time frame. You have included time, locations and
events thoroughly.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
The audience gets to know your character Riley well. Good use of including important events
of his life, such as his interests, and his work.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Your story has a really clear purpose, great job, again good use of time and locations. This
story is clear for the audience to follow.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Great sketches Leesha, good use of colour and shading. Keep challenging yourself, and
attempt more detailed sketches in the future. Great job though!
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Well done Leesha, your storyboard is neat and legible. Your storyboard is clear, both your
font and images. This story is of a presentable standard, it is clear you put considerable effort
into this task. Great job!
Overall grade: 15/16

Storyboards assessment: Dayna Kerruish


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Be mindful of your writing Dayna, it might be helpful to have someone proofread your
writing. Youre spelling is accurate, but some of your sentences are not complete. Read your
work to yourself to ensure your writing is correct.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 2/ 3)
Your storyboard is clearly structured. Quite a lot of events and action occur throughout your
story. For this task you could only tell a story in six frames, it may have been wiser to
simplifying your story. Think about how you are going to conclude a story.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
Good strong protagonist. Establish your character earlier though. Inform the audience who
your character is, mentioning their name, immediately.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 2/3)
Your storyboard includes a great use of detail, showing that your character is a drummer.
Think about other ways to describe your character, their age, where they live, etc.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 3/3)
Good sketches Dayna, you have included some thoughtful detail. You have drawn some
excellent detailed locations, such as including posters and signs that would appear in a
bedroom or a supermarket. Your storyboard includes the use of colour well, and facial
expressions. Fantastic effort!
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Your storyboard is presented clearly and accurately. Great job!
Overall grade: 13/16

Storyboards assessment: Declan Smith


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Be mindful of your construction of sentences. Read your sentences to yourself to make sure
you have not accidently left out a word.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 2/ 3)
This is a great story Declan. I love the angle you have approached your story from,
exceptionally imaginative. I was a little confused, between frame three and four what was
occurring. Other than this, a great story!
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
Great job Declan, it is clear the type of character your protagonist is, what his motivations
are, and the direction the story is heading. Youve done a great job here, and fantastic
character design.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Your storyboard has an exceptionally strong plot. The audience learns the reasons, the
motivations, behind your characters actions. What a callous and apathetic character you have
designed, a character that will ignite a liquor store simply because he was bored, fantastic!
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Fabulous sketches Declan. I am not quite sure what is occurring in frame three, but aside
from this your illustrations are detailed, and descriptive.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 1/2)
In the future follow instructions, which you were well aware of. The task asked for three
frames on one piece of A4 paper, and three frames on another A4 paper. I dont need to tell
you this now though; you knew what the activity required.
Overall grade: 12/16

Storyboards assessment: Callum Van Boom


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Try to include some form of narrative Callum. You have created a fantastic visual story
though, keep at it!
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 1/ 3)
I love your illustrations Callum. I was a little confused what order your story was occurring,
number your frames so it is clear to the viewer.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 1/3)
I can see you have a main character. Think of ways to explain your character in more detail.
You might consider including a narrator who could explain to the audience who your
character is, and what they are about.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 1/3)
Your illustrations tell a great story. Keep working on the literacy component. You might
consider including titles for each frame, this may express your story a little more clearly.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 3/3)
Fantastic sketches Callum. You have placed a great deal of time and effort into your
illustrations. I love the detail, such as the way you have been able to show movement. You
have a real talent for sketching, you should be proud of your illustrations.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 1/2)
Your story is neat and legible, remember to number your frames and consider including a title
for each frame. These steps will ensure your story is of a presentable standard.
Overall grade: 8/16

Storyboards assessment: Max Dungery


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
A lovely story Max, make sure to double check your writing. Use a dictionary where unsure,
and you might consider having someone proofread your work.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
An excellent effort Max, you have been able to tell a detailed story in only six frames. You
have captured the main points of interest.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
You have developed your protagonist well, and described other characters with detail.
Remember; presume that your audience has never seen American Dad. You have to explain to
your audience the personality and appearance of your character.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Well done Max, your story outlines the action and events clearly. There is a purpose behind
your story, which is evident to the audience.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 1/3)
Try and maintain consistency between each frame. It should be clear that each frame is linked
to the one before and the one that follows.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Your story is neat and legible, youre writing is clear. You have used space well, and
structured your storyboard clearly.
Overall grade: 12/16

Storyboards assessment: Micky Thorpe


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade2/2)
I enjoyed your story Micky, it is well written with few grammatical mistakes.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
Your story flows smoothly. There is a clear beginning, middle, and end. I think the way you
completed the story and brought the story back to the beginning again was very clever, and a
joy to read.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
Great character development, you included important detail without crowding your story with
an overuse of detail. You found a nice balance between character development and plot
development.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
You outlined the purpose of your narrative clearly, and the story follows what it set out to do.
You have considerable talent for writing.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
I enjoyed your illustrations. I think you captured the important visible characteristics of a
person excellently. Work on your landscape, environment, and scenery to progress your
illustrations to that next level. Remember accurate scaling and consider one point and two
point perspective style illustrations.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 1/2)
Your story is neat and legible, youre writing is clear. Read instructions closely, the task asked
for three frames on one A4 paper and three frames on the other A4 paper.
Overall grade: 14/16

Storyboards assessment: Taylah Bruno


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 2/2)
Your storyboard is fantastic Taylah, and has very few grammatical errors. Your storyboard is
a well written, precise piece of work.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
What is most impressive about your storyboard is that you achieved all the objectives I asked.
It is clear that everything that occurs in your story is deliberate, and you have read the
instructions closely. It is great to see you have used the notes and previous exercises as a
guide.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
You have developed your protagonist exceptionally well. You have included interesting
detail, and kept referring to it. Again, it shows that you have thought about what to include
and how to remind the audience of what is important. Also, you have worked with the
restrictions of having only six frames extremely effectively.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
You outlined the purpose of your narrative clearly, and the story follows what it set out to do.
Also, you have done a great job of tying the story together as neatly as you have.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 3/3)
Excellent illustrations, I am really pleased to see you choose your frames so thoughtfully. You
have an excellent combination of long shots, medium shot, and close-up shots. Your
illustrations are accurately drawn as well. You have a real talent for interpreting meaning
from images, this is a great skill to have.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Your story is neat and legible, youre writing is clear. Great use of space and lovely writing
font.
Overall grade: 16/16

Storyboards assessment: Reem Bou Ghader


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Well done Reem, double check your spelling. Show your work to someone, and ask them to
check your work as well
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
Great story Reem, your story flows really smoothly. There is action and events, and your
story occurs in a chronological order.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
You have developed your protagonist really strongly. What a clever idea, to have your bunny
turn into a mermaid. You really have designed an interesting story around a single character.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
You outlined the purpose of your narrative clearly, and the story follows what it set out to do.
Also, you have done a great job of tying the story together as neatly as you have.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 3/3)
Your storyboard includes great illustrations that are very accurate, and have plenty of detail.
You have also been able to show movement and facial expressions as well. Great job!
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 1/2)
Your story is neat and legible, youre writing is clear. Unfortunately the task asked for you to
have three frames on one A4 piece of paper, and three frames on another A4 piece of paper.
Overall grade: 14/16

Storyboards assessment: Makayla Subron


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 2/2)
You have created a fantastic graphic novel Makayla. Your writing is flawless, with correct
spelling, grammar and punctuation. Your writing is intentional and it is clear that you take
great care with your work, great job!
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
Makayla, you have designed a thoughtful and creative narrative. What is particularly
impressive about your narrative is how well you have worked within the restrictions of six
frames so successfully.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
You have done an excellent job of establishing your protagonist early and clearly. Also, you
have shown the transition of your protagonist and shown the many sides to your protagonist.
You have used both language and illustrations to show the complexity of your protagonist to
great effect.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Your narrative progress fluently, and you are able to depict a complex narrative in really
concise, clear and interesting manner. Great job of telling such a complex story so clearly,
this was precisely the point of this activity.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 3/3)
Fabulous illustrations, your drawing are clear and include great detail. You have scaled your
drawings thoughtfully and considered closely what was most significant to include in your
illustrations. You have thought about the positioning of your characters, the direction they
would be facing, and considered the surrounding environment.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Great job Makayla of producing such a high standard storyboard. Your writing is neat and
legible, and your illustrations are lovely. Also, great use of space and lovely writing font.
Overall grade: 16/16

Storyboards assessment: Matthew Limneos


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 2/2)
Lovely story Matthew, with few grammatical errors.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 3/ 3)
I really enjoyed your story Matthew, a great use of humour. Your ending was particularly
creative. Your story was very playful, you had twists and turns throughout, and it really was
completely unexpected.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
You have developed your character exceptionally well Matthew, you have included what is
important and discarded what is unnecessary.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
You outlined the foundation of your narrative really clearly. What is exciting about your story
it ends in a place that is completely unexpected. You have managed to design a story that is
complicated, but can still be told in only six frames. Incredible job!
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Your storyboard includes some excellent illustrations. Keep working on the detail, such as the
scenery and landscape to propel your work to the next level.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Your story is neat and legible, youre writing is clear. You have used space well, and your
writing font is clear to read.
Overall grade: 14/16

Storyboards assessment: Tanvir Singh


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
A good story Tanvir, make sure to check the spelling of any word you are unsure of and ask
someone to proofread your work.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 2/ 3)
Good job at establishing a timeframe, and informing the audience of locations. Make sure
each frame links with the one before and the one the follows. Identify key moments, but also
keep in mind you want your story to flow, and feel like each frame is connected.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
You have provided some valuable information about your protagonist. You have thought
about their key characteristics, and included them appropriately. Work on your descriptive
language, you might consider using words like brave, courageous, or powerful for your
fighting character.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 1/3)
Although you have outlined the events of your story, I was unsure why these events and
occurrences where happening. You had your what? (What was happening), but there was not
a clear why? (Why events were happening).
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
You have made some thoughtful considerations to the choice of scale of your illustrations.
Keep working on developing the landscape, and detail of your characters. I know you had the
time, this is a matter of more effort was required.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Your story is neat and legible, you have used space well. You have followed instructions as
well, good job!
Overall grade: 10/16

Storyboards assessment: Jake Kirkwood


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
You have designed a clear story Jake. Your spelling is accurate. Make sure your sentences are
constructed accurately, and correct wording is used.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 2/ 3)
Great work at establishing a timeframe, making sure each frame is linked, and also for
ensuring your story unfolds in a chronological order.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
Your story has a clear protagonist, which is obvious to your audience. You have also
explained some emotions that your character is experiencing, great job. Keep thinking of
ways to make your character distinct and how to provide your character with further depth.
For example, describe and detail your characters physical appearance.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 2/3)
Your narrative has a clear purpose and you have outlined the events in a clear manner. In the
future Jake, consider how you are going to capture the viewers interest. Try to include a
more significant event or occurrence that your story can revolve around.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Your sketches are drawn with clarity and consistency. Your storyboard is clear because you
have included the same objects in each frame. Work on the accuracy of your illustrations,
such as the scaling, and also take care in your illustrative efforts.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Your story is neat and legible, you have used space well. You have followed instructions as
well, good job!
Overall grade: 11/16

Storyboards assessment: Samantha Gamboa-Bayardi


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Your storyboard is a solid effort. You have made some spelling and grammar errors, be sure
to check your work closely. Great job of using language so expressively, you were able to
emphasise the drama throughout your story clearly.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 1/ 3)
Your narrative starts off particularly strong, establishing characters, events, and locations
clearly. Unfortunately your story does not have a resolved ending. Think about ways to
introduce that conflict earlier so you are able to resolve the conflict effectively.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
You have established a central character, and have incorporated valuable information
affectively. You have included information such as your characters likes, and demonstrated
her fears as well. Make sure your story revolves around your character, from beginning to
end.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 1/3)
Your narrative establishes itself clearly, but the main purpose of the story is less clear.
Continue to think of ways to detail a story that can be accurately told in only the six frames.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Your initial sketches are drawn clearly. Work on your time management, in order to maintain
a high standard from beginning to end.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Good job Samantha, you have used your writing font creatively and it is also clear. You have
structured your story smartly and have accurately measured your frames.
Overall grade: 9/16

Storyboards assessment: Hayley Provan


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Make sure to use complete sentences and wording, rather than abbreviations or acronyms. Be
aware of how to structure your writing correctly, such as knowing the difference between
direct and indirect speech.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 1/ 3)
At times it is difficult to follow your narrative. Make sure your story is clear for your
audience.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 1/3)
I can see that you have included some interesting characters in your storyboard. Again, make
sure it is clear who each character is and also who your main character is.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 2/3)
The first half of your narrative appears to have a purpose, and is an imaginative concept.
Work on the second half of your narrative and ensure your story links from beginning to end,
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
You provided some excellent detail in your drawings, be sure that your drawings are clear
and accurate.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 1/2)
Be sure to follow instructions and draw three frames and on one A4 piece of paper and three
frames on another A4 piece of paper. Make sure your writing is clear and each frame is neat.
Overall grade: 8/16

Storyboards assessment: Aaron Tige


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Great effort with your storyboard Aaron, it was a delight to read. Your storyboard includes
some minor spelling and grammar errors, but overall your writing was thoughtful and
accurate.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 2/ 3)
You have designed an interesting narrative that includes important detail, and each frame
links to one another. Consider how you might be able to provide a more conclusive ending. It
is difficult to tell a complete story in only six frames, that is the challenge.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 3/3)
Aaron you have designed a strong main character, who grabs the audiences attention. Your
character is clear as you have included important character attributes and character
motivations.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 3/3)
Your writing is really clear and great use of both a narrator and conversational language. As a
result, the purpose of your narrative is clear for the audience. You have set out your story
thoughtfully, and included plenty of drama and excitement.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Good job with your illustrations Aaron, try to scale your objects accurately. You have
included some excellent detail in your illustrations.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Aaron your storyboard is clear to the audience and you have used space well. Your writing is
clear to read and your illustrations are also set out well.
Overall grade: 13/16

Storyboards assessment: Lance Batongbakal


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Great story Lance, be mindful of spelling and grammar. Make sure your sentences are
complete and your spelling is correct. Read your work back to yourself and to others, also
look up any words you are unsure of.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 2/ 3)
Good job of outlining your story, it is evident that there is a beginning, middle and end. Make
sure not to make your story to complex as it then becomes difficult to tell in only six frames.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
You have a strong main character. You might want to consider explaining what your
characters motives are. Remember you want your storyboard to be clear so that anyone can
read your story and understand it.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 2/3)
Good job of establishing drama within your story, your story flows smoothly. Consider using
a narrator in future, that way you can provide more detail in your storytelling.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
You have included some thoughtful detail in your illustrations. It is clear who each character
is, and you have also included facial expressions and landscape. Take your time with your
drawings, and keep working on making your drawings more precise.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 2/2)
Your storyboard is set out well, you have used space nicely. Also, your writing is clear.
Overall grade: 11/16

Storyboards assessment: Caitlin Lucas


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 2/2)
You have the beginnings of a good storyboard, keep persisting. Your writing is accurate with
correct spelling and grammar.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 2/ 3)
You have thought about your timeframe and structured your story well. Events move quickly
in your story, make sure each frame connects with one another. Consider simplifying your
story so that it can be told more clearly.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
You have developed a strong protagonist. At times it can be confusing to follow the actions
and events your protagonist experiences. Make sure you refer to your character consistently.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 2/3)
Your writing is clear, and your events are detailed. Keep referring to your timeframe as a
guide. You might decide to alter events, or simply your story to tell a more chronological
story.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
You have designed some excellent frames. Your illustrations are scaled accurately, great
drawings of the soccer pitch and Nandos building. Keep persisting, and finish the remaining
frames.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 1/2)
Your story is structured excellently, now you just have to finish.
Overall grade: 9/16

Storyboards assessment: Matt Buksh


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade 1/2)
Be mindful of spelling and grammar. Perhaps have someone proofread your work. Write in
clear font as well.
2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and
end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade 1/ 3)
It is difficult to understand your story. I can see you have established characters and events,
but there is no plot.
3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade 2/3)
You have developed some interesting characters. You have displayed physical characteristics
in your illustrations, keep working on the language description of your characters.
4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade 1/3)
I am unable to make sense of what is occurring in your storyboard. Try to make it as clear as
possible. Keep in mind your audience will not have any prior knowledge of your story.
5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,
should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade 2/3)
Some of your illustrations are detailed, and are scaled accurately. Be sure to make each
character as distinctive as possible. If your characters are too similar in appearance it
becomes confusing to your audience.
6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,
should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade 1/2)
Try to produce a guide copy of your work Matt, this will propel your work to the next level.
Overall grade: 8/16

Storyboards assessment: Nirvan Shivnani


Your storyboard will be graded out of 16. Your storyboard will be assessed on the following:
1) Writing will be graded on spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This includes correct
spelling, correct use of capitals, correct use of full stops and commas, and correct
demonstration of direct and indirect speech. (Grade /2)

2) Your narratives will be graded on a clear demonstration of a beginning, middle, and


end. The narratives will be graded on how clearly locations and events are
represented. (Grade / 3)

3) Your narratives will also be graded on how strongly your protagonist (main character)
is developed. Your protagonist will be graded on how well their personality and
physical characteristics are detailed. (Grade /3)

4) Your storyboards will be graded on how clearly your narrative has a purpose, and how
clearly your protagonist has a purpose. (Grade /3)

5) Storyboards will be graded on your sketches. Sketches should be accurate in scale,


should be neat, and should be clear to the viewer what is being displayed. Each frame
should clearly link with one another. (Grade /3)

6) Storyboards will also be graded on presentation. Storyboards should be legible,


should be neat, and should be properly cared for. (Grade /2)

Overall grade: /16