Rose Duggan
English/ Media Teacher

Storytelling using Adobe Spark

Curriculum Published 10/4/16 Last updated on 6/1/19

Seventy Year 8 students were invited to shape, personalise and participate in their own learning through a Six Hour Story Project in the Term 2 Masterclasses at Merrimac State High School.

  • Adobe Premiere Pro

    Edit media in its native format and create productions for film, TV, and web.

  • Photoshop

    Editing and compositing for photos, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more.

  • Adobe Spark

    Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that helps you turn your ideas into compelling social graphics, web stories, and animated videos

Age Levels
1+ Month
Custom Standards
Recognise and explain differing viewpoints about the world, cultures, individual people and concerns represented in texts (ACELT1807) Create imaginative, informative and persuasive texts that raise issues, report events and advance opinions, using deliberate language and textual choices, and including digital elements as appropriate (ACELY1736)



Inquisituve mind

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Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 9/17/19 9:40:04 PM Permalink

​Thanks for sharing story link Rose

Henni Stalknecht

Posted on 5/4/19 11:29:58 AM Permalink

Although it is a lot of information made by a lot of children, it has become a very entertaining project. This reflects the creativity of the children when they are not hindered by boundary and limits.

Larissa Warren

Posted on 1/14/19 8:07:16 AM Permalink

hay Rose, How did your kids go with using Spark presentations? No issues with Ed Qld. Im trying to work out the best presentation options for my Photography students. ​

paul ellam

Posted on 7/11/18 2:37:21 PM Permalink

Great stuff!​

Bridgie Dunne

Posted on 4/27/18 4:28:02 AM Permalink

​Love this and how you have linked it to the English curriculum. Thanks Rose!