Some remarks on the Storyboard task
I use the opportunity provided by this special issue to address some issues that I faced with the storyboard task, and discuss what factors may have contributed to this and how such issues might be avoided. The paper first briefly discusses what my fieldwork situation and topic of research was, and then discusses the pros and cons of the storyboard task in comparison with oral semantic judgment tasks without visual aids. The paper ends with some suggestions for incorporating a storyboard task as part of one’s semantic elicitation.
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