Michelle Worgan’s 321 Introduction

Hi! I’m Michelle, one of the team of moderators for this session. I have used Storybird for my introduction, which is really easy to use and has some beautiful illustrations!

3-2-1About me! by Profeshell on Storybird

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11 thoughts on “Michelle Worgan’s 321 Introduction

  1. What a fun story! The pictures you chose really helped you tell your story! Can you usually find enough pictures by the same artist to give you continuity in your stories?I know some of my students are going to love creating their own Storybirds!

  2. Hi Kathleen! Choosing pictures from the same set makes a story more beautiful but actually the kids don’t seem to mind using a more eclectic mix! They can either find pictures ro illustrate their story or create their story based on the images they like.Welcome to our session!

  3. <html><head></head><body style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space; ">Thanks Michelle! &nbsp;<div>I was enjoying the various pictures and thinking about the stories I could generate. &nbsp;It’s starts the creativity flowing! &nbsp;I loved the images you chose. &nbsp;Are there other banks of drawings/pictures to choose from? &nbsp;What was your starting point?&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Thanks for getting back to me. &nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Kathleen<br><div><div></div></div></div></body></html>

  4. Kathleen, I actually saw one of the images from this set on the front page of Storybird and I thought "that looks like me!" so that was my starting point. You can also search for images using tags. Type your word into the search box and choose "images", that way you will get any images tagged to choose from.

  5. What a brilliant story, Maja! I love it! It is the perfect example of a collaborative story (I am moderating the Collaborative Storytelling week :)) and we would love for you to share it then! Thanks so much for sharing.

  6. I’d be glad to share it then, too. We made this story within our virtual environment and as you can imagine, we started it with "once upon a time" and each of the students added up to five words. It grew up to be quite fun. :)) The Storybird site added the final touch to it. 🙂

  7. Great introduction. I love storybird very much and the illustrations there. We haven’t met yet but thought the character is just like you 🙂

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