You can draft branching scenario choices and alternate paths with ChatGPT. See this example scenario in process with sample prompts.
How can you use AI to write scenarios for learning? Read this example with prompts and results using ChatGPT and Bard.
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Two tactics you can use to improve your dialogue writing are using contractions and showing rather than telling.
How do you get from a SME brain dump to a well-organized storyboard? This is my instructional design writing process to organize content.
Is it better to write scenarios for learning from a second person (you) or third person (he/she/they) perspective?
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Should we personify the conflict in a learning story by using a villain to let the hero be heroic? Maybe, but it’s not always clear cut.
A conversational writing style can make elearning more effective, but be cautious of this pitfall that can feel patronizing to learners.