storyboard

[stawr-ee-bawrd, stohr-ee-bohrd]
noun
a panel or panels on which a sequence of sketches depict the significant changes of action and scene in a planned film, as for a movie, television show, or advertisement.

Origin:
probably earlier than 1945–50; story1 + board

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storyboard (ˈstɔːrɪˌbɔːd)
 
n
(in films, television, advertising, etc) a series of sketches or photographs showing the sequence of shots or images planned for a film

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Example sentences
The storyline is worked out, rough character sketches are produced and a
  detailed, scene-by-scene storyboard is put together.
Refer to the storyboard and ask students to determine which key parts of the
  folk tale need to be illustrated.
Simultaneously developing and evaluating more than one storyboard can
  significantly accelerate this process.
The project's script and storyboard is in its final stages.
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