Today it’s about SCQAs in SCQAs.
At Analytic Storytelling, we use the SCQA method to structure stories. SCQA stands for Situation – Complication – Question – Answer.
An SCQA structure looks like this, for example:
Are you working on a complex topic? Then it can help to create multiple, connected SCQAs. SCQAs in SCQAs.
You can do this by using the A of the first SCQA as the starting point for the second. Like this:
For example, a second SCQA on local food might look like this:
For a story about a complex topic, you often need to create at least a second SCQA level. And sometimes even a third.
So sit yourself down and wake up your inner SCQA nerd.