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As you begin to formalize your road trip idea, consider the following:

    1. What role do minor characters (sidekicks, random acquaintances, etc.) play in your story?
       Consider how the problem in The Bean Trees is presented through the appearance of Turtle.
       Without this development, Taylor would have had far less trouble continuing her journey.

    2. What will the greater theme be? What are you trying to say about the human experience, the
       American landscape, or about societal issues through the characters, setting, and events in your
       story?

After you consider each of these questions, create a storyboard for your road trip. Use visual images and
accompanying text to outline your story as you see it now.

Be sure to include:

       the title of the story
       character names (you can be a character!) and descriptions
       dialogue in the visual boxes
       some description of the place(s)
       Evidence of the journey pattern (see chart attached to the unit overview)
       some indication of a working theme or reference to a societal issue



Storyboard II

As you begin to formalize your road trip idea, consider the following:

    3. What role do minor characters (sidekicks, random acquaintances, etc.) play in your story?
       Consider how the problem in The Bean Trees is presented through the appearance of Turtle.
       Without this development, Taylor would have had far less trouble continuing her journey.

    4. What will the greater theme be? What are you trying to say about the human experience, the
       American landscape, or about societal issues through the characters, setting, and events in your
       story?

After you consider each of these questions, create a storyboard for your road trip. Use visual images and
accompanying text to outline your story as you see it now.

Be sure to include:

       the title of the story
       character names (you can be a character!) and descriptions
       dialogue in the visual boxes
       some description of the place(s)
       Evidence of the journey pattern (see chart attached to the unit overview)
       some indication of a working theme or reference to a societal issue

				
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