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What can you tell us about the Storyline approach? Typically a Storyline topic will begin with an episode designed to create either the characters or the setting. Who are the people in a family? Who will be in the family that your group creates? Following discussion in the class and in working groups the pupils are invited to create their family characters using a simple collage technique.

Each pupil creates their own character and provides a name and a simple biography. The characters are displayed in family groups and introduced to the rest of the class. Having established groups of characters and explored their relationships, work and leisure, hopes and fears, then the teacher can set the story in motion. What kind of house or flat do they have? Such key questions can lead pupils into designing the family homes and the community as a whole. The children consider what they have created in the biographies as these may demand workplaces, leisure facilities, service areas etc. Once again art craft techniques enable a large scale wall picture of the setting to be created by the pupils.

Capital Tours Storyline’ the teacher informs the class that the families have won a two week holiday visiting three European capital cities. As a result pupils compile their map of Europe and having checked this against the internet decide on the three cities their family will visit. Storylines demonstrate how a community study or a geographical topic may be developed using Storyline as the medium or framework. Having established characters and setting the story now progresses through a series of incidents or events some imagined by the pupils and others proposed by the teacher. In this way various curriculum aspects can be covered.

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