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50 Great Ways to Use Graphic Novels in the Classroom

Society & Culture  (tags: Graphic Novels, School Libraries, Students, Teaching Tools )

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If you're looking to make the most of this media for engaging your students and exploring the great stories they have to tell, here are some great ways to enrich your classes with graphic novels that any teacher can employ in the service of a every age g

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Jack Setson (4)
Tuesday January 11, 2011, 11:54 am
I went specifically to see if they'd mentioned "Maus" and... voila! Right there! Great graphic novel.

Raluca Anghel (84)
Tuesday January 11, 2011, 12:33 pm

Marian D. (57)
Tuesday January 11, 2011, 5:10 pm
Noted. Thanks

Sharon F. (0)
Tuesday January 11, 2011, 7:26 pm
I disagree with this article. The image shown is too busy and is unpleasant to look at. The human brain is under construction until age 20-25. It is no wonder that there is so much ADHD, etc. Also as a successful educator, I think animation is not good for young people--too much action too fast.

When I was young we had simple wholesome images; let's go back to what worked.

Richard E Cooley (0)
Wednesday January 12, 2011, 8:25 am
We need all the tools we can get to teach reading. Thank you for these great ideas/tools.
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