July 28th, 2015

Encourage students to begin by brainstorming the settings in which their main characters or object will act or travel (e.g., underwater, on a racetrack, etc.) To create the setting, have students take pictures of objects, photos, or drawings to serve as props for their stories. This encourages students to think more about how they might “translate” through a space. For example, if my setting is a fish tank, how do I get a smooth movement around coral?

This is particularly useful for Lessons such as Choreo Graph Your Own Scene.

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