I have used Bitstrips, a nifty comic strip maker to embellish my digital and idiomatic story. I first found out about Bitstrips via Ana Maria's fantastic Life Feast Blog here. This tool is easily embeddable as a sliding strip or as an image. It has lots of lovely functional features which I found easy to use. The comic strip only took a few minutes to create.
I have included both types of style as I can't make up my mind which is better. I like them both!! Do you have a preference??
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You can view a YouTube video of the amazing effect Bitstrips has had on motivating school children to create comics here.
The Future of Frederick and Isabellais Up in the Air! I feel that Frederick needs to be brought back to Isabella very, very soon. The reason being is that they have to have a meaningful ending before my presentation at IATEFL Brighton, where I hope to introduce this story to the audience. A suitable conclusion to this evolving story is therefore on the cards.
OR.. ... maybe I could leave it as an open-ended grand finale and let the audience decide on how it should end?? I will have to put my thinking cap on for this proposition.....
Anyway, the next exciting installment will be "The Brutal Road" - Part 7 of An Idiomatic Story. I have no idea what this chapter will consist of. I just like the title, so hopefully my creative juices will start flowing soon..
More Lovely Idioms! For some enjoyable lessons on Idioms, please take a look at a Clil to Climb's blog posts featuring some fabulous idioms, in particular FOOD idioms here and here. However, I have to confess, I absolutely love Chiew's amazing interactive EGG idioms! They are right up my street, so to speak, what with my Chicks'R'us..
Looking for Caterina:Continue the Story If you are up for an even more exciting storytelling challenge, why don't you have a read of this amazing interactive opportunity to continue a love story??? ProfesorBaker has set a challenge: to bring a Princess and a Pauper together. The title is "Looking for Catarina". Why don't you try it??