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Task Analysis for reading a book and writing a story using

www.storybird.com
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Open web browser (I will be using google chrome)


Type URL into the browser (www.storybird.com)
Click sign up for free button
It will ask how you plan to use storybird.com. As an
educator, etc.
5. Once a selection has been made, the program will ask for a
user name, email address and password.
6. After this has been done, the program will send your email
address a verification.
7. Once you have checked your email and verified your
account, storybird.com is ready to be used.
8. Go back to www.storybird.com, sign in using your email and
password.
9. Once you have signed in, it will prompt you to add your
students and create a new account. You can use this
element of the program if you wish.
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If you are interested in simply reading a book, move the
mouse to the top of the screen where the words You, Studio,
Write, Read are listed. Click on the word Read.
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When you have selected the read category, you can
choose to read stories or poetry.
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You may also narrow selection of a book by clicking
selections within 5 given categories (explore, categories,
format, age, community stuff)
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Clicking selections within these categories will pop up
books to match your selections.
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Once you have narrowed your reading interests, select
a book.
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Read the book
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Once you have read the book, you may read it again or
go to the top of the page and hit the back arrow to choose
another book.
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If you are interested in simply writing a book or poetry,
move the mouse to the top of the screen where the words
You, Studio, Write, Read are listed. Click on the word Write.

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When you have selected the write category select a
picture.
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Click on the blue box that says use this art
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When the blue box has been clicked, a selection list will
come up. Select from the options poem, picture book or
longform book.
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If you select poem, it pulls up the picture with random
words that can be maneuvered by the mouse.
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If you select picture book or longform book, it pulls up
an avenue to make your own picture book. There is a page
to make a cover page and add more pages to the book.
There are also more pictures made available that can be
added to the story.

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ACTION
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(Fade into the title screen)
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Open google chrome

Click on URL bar

Hit the enter button on the keyboard

Select Educator/Teacher button

Type in user name, email and password

NARRATION
Welcome to this video tutorial on
reading books and writing your own
books or poems.
In order to access storybird you first
need to open your internet browser.
I will be using google chrome.
Once you have opened your browser
click on the URL bar and type in the
web address,
www.storybird.com
When the site comes up, click sign
up for free button.
While signing up for an account, one
of the questions asked is How you
plan to use storybird?
After a selection has been made, it
will ask for user name, email
address and password.

Check email and verify account

Click on URL bar

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If you are interested in simply


reading a book, move the mouse to
the top of the screen where the
words You, Studio, Write, Read are
listed. Click on the word Read.
When you have selected the read
category, you can choose to read
stories or poetry.

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You may also narrow selection of a


book by clicking selection within 5
given categories (explore,
categories, format, age, community
stuff)

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Select different categories based on age


level and lesson being taught.

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Click on a book

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Click on the arrows to move from page to


page through the book.
Move cursor to the top of the page and
hit the arrow back.

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The program will send your email


address a verification. Check your
email and verify your account.
Storybird.com is ready to be used.
Go back to www.storybird.com, sign
in using your email and password.
When you sign in, the program will
prompt you to add your students
and create a new account. You can
use this element if you wish.

Clicking selections within these


categories will pop up books to
match up your selections.
Once you have narrowed your
reading interests, select a book.
Read the book
Once you have read the book, you
may read it again or go to the top of
the page and hit the back arrow to
choose another book.

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If you are interested in simply


writing a book or poetry, move the
mouse to the top of the screen
where the words You, Studio, Write,
Read are listed. Click on the word
Write.

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When you have selected the write


category select a picture.

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Click on the blue box that says use


this art

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When the blue box has been clicked,


a selection list will come up. Select
from the options poem, picture book
or longform book.

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If you select poem, it pulls up the


picture with random words that can
be maneuvered by the mouse.

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If you select picture book or


longform book, it pulls up an avenue
to make your own picture book.
There is a page to make a cover
page and add more pages to the
book. There are also more pictures
made available that can be added to
the story.

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Swipe to closing screen

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Swipe credits

This concludes the video for reading


a book and writing a picture book or
poem using www.storybird.com. I
hope that you find this to be useful
and helpful for years to come.
(Music playing)