Here’s how it describes itself:
Storybooth is a digital platform that invites kids to record and submit their stories with a chance to have them animated and shared with the world. Embarrassment, heartbreak, challenges or triumphs; funny, sad, serious, or silly – we’re looking for all kinds of stories – they just need to be real. Stories we select are then turned into animations and are published and distributed online for viewing, sharing, and engaging with on computers, tablets, and mobile devices.
There are lots of videos, and they all have closed-captioning. Unfortunately, under each video they just have a text summary instead of transcript.
They would certainly be good models if you were going to have students write/record about an autobiographical incident.
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Here’s an example of a Storybooth video: