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Engaging Writing with Google Story Builder

Google Story Builder has been on my list of sites to check out for a while now and I finally got to it today. What a fun tool!

The idea is that you can craft a script or piece or writing in the Story Builder site with as many "speakers" as you want. It creates the final video as a Google Document with the typing, deleting, etc. as the text changes in your script. I could easily envision creative writing, ELA, and theater students getting really into it. You don't even need to create an account to use Story Builder either! Click on the image below to see my super short example Story Builder project.


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