Learning Intention: to show your understanding of the essential elements and organisation of a story
Success Criteria:
* I can read and understand the story: Where the Wild Things Are
* I can recall a significant moment from the story
* I can identify the organisation of the story by visually recreating a storyline RAF4 & WAF4
I can comment on the structure of a story by collaboratively recreating the storyline RAF4
* I can effectively tell the story in storyboard format WAF4

STORYBOARD TASK
Understand & Remember the Story
Listen to the story Where the Wild Things Are, paying close attention to the essential elements: plot, characterisation, theme and the story mountain.
Draw a favourite scene from the story. You will using your drawings to retell the story in sequence.

Apply your Understanding and Remembering 
You will take turns to place your scenes on a washing line in the sequence they occur in the story. You will have to discuss the plot structure to make sure the sequence is correct.

Analyse the Story Sequence
In your groups, think about and discuss the following questions:
  1. Is it possible to tell the story using just the drawings? Why?
  2. Are the essential plot events represented? What other images need to be added?
  3. Are there drawings that can be removed and the story would still make sense?
  4. Why did some of us draw the same scene?

Evaluate our Visual Representation
As we listen to the story again, are there any changes we need to make?

Create a Storyboard
Using the frame, re-tell the story of Where The Wild Things Are. Drawings and text should match and tell the story in a correct sequence.