Additional Resources for Teachers: Part 2

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Activity 2A: Reading for Character Development
(Optional) Storyboarding
Finding lady: The art of storyboarding [13-minute overview of storyboarding and the history of the art at Disney studios]. (February 13, 2008). Retrieved May 26, 2009, from
Storyboards. (n.d.). Retrieved May 26, 2009, from The Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design, The College of the Arts, The Ohio State University Web site at
Activity 2B:How Do They Do It? Scriptwriting Techniques
Sources for Scripts
The Internet Movie Script Database (IMSdB) (n.d.)
The Daily Script.  Movie scripts, TV scripts. (n.d.)
Simply Scripts (n.d.)      
Latrobe, K. H., & Laughlin, M. K.. (1989). Readers theatre for young adults: Scripts and script
development. Englewood, CO: Teacher Ideas Press.
Monologues: Top writing tips. (n.d.). Retrieved May 8, 2009, from (n.d.). Chapter 4: Script elements and scene heading. Retrieved May 8, 2009, from
Writer’s resources: Standard script format. (n.d.). Retrieved May 8, 2009, from