Adobe Spark helps you create posters, social graphics, web stories, and animated videos, with music, images that slide in and out and a voice-over narration.
Watch this teacher's video tutorial on how to use Adobe Spark below.
Click “new” --> “File upload”
Choose the image to upload
Make sure the “convert” buttons are turned off
IMPORTANT - you should UPLOAD the pictures as images, not paste them into a Drive Document or a Presentation. Then you will be able to connect your Google Drive to Adobe Spark and import images directly from Google Drive
For a Storyboard - for each slide, write down exactly what you will say, and what image will go with it. Proofread your vocabulary and grammar and practice your pronunciation.
Print your script and PRACTICE. A suggestion - print the script in a very large font, it's easier to read.
Here's what you do if you accidentally saved your images in a Google Doc instead of saving them separately as .jpg files in Google Drive:
When your project is finished:
If you do any additional editing, you must generate a new link following the steps above and resubmit.
Here's a video that walks you through the steps:
Teachers: If you are Schoology users, the easiest way to receive assignments from students is to create an assignment in Schoology (you can even create a rubric for grading!)
Students: If your teacher asks you to submit via Schoology, find the assignment in your course, click on it, the click on the Create tab at the top of the box that pops up. Paste the link from Adobe Spark into the box. Click submit at the bottom of the box.