“Storyboard”: a tool for an ESL classroom.

Story…boarding? – I hear you say. Is it something like couch surfing? In the world of fancy terms of iFingers and password fatigue, it is easy to get lost in translation.

Storyboarding is a great way of telling a story or describing a step by step process, which makes it a great tool for presentations in ESL classroom. Tired of PowerPoint? Try StoryBoarding! this storyboard was created by using www.storyboardthat.com. And it’s free! All you need to do is create your storyboard and show the slides in class or share the link with your students!

You can choose any background to fit the purpose of your presentation:


Any characters:


And have fun with it! Makes a great group activity!!!


I can imagine storyboarding as an amazing tool for kids classes and beginner-elementary level classrooms, as well as student presentations. What is your favourite presentation tool?


2 thoughts on ““Storyboard”: a tool for an ESL classroom.

  1. Great idea, I think I am going to use it with my Elementary General English class! We are doing Food&Shopping this week, so I want to try storyboarding as student end-of-the-unit project.


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