What (are we doing)?
Students are required to create a scrolling, digital narrative (or, in some circumstances, a scrolling, digital exposition) using the Adobe Spark Page platform. These artifacts must effectively utilize multiple media forms to not only tell a sports story (and/or explore a critical inquiry), but to provide a meaningful experience for readers as they work their way through the digital experience. As we discussed in class, these should not be just general retellings of lore, local history, iconic community sports stories or sports figures, and such, but should operate from a particular perspective and/or adopt a particular angle on the subject focus (reflected in the representational act). The goal here is to attempt to represent, in some unique and significant capacity, a sport or sport-adjacent story/issue in a scrolling, digital format. While narrative is the operative frame of this activity, the creations themselves (like some of our examples) may, as appropriate, drift more (or less) toward expository practices--depending, of course, on each student's individual focus, research, and goals in telling their particular story.