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Graphic Novels: In Education
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Click above to view the trailer for a Documentary film about comics in the classroom and beyond!
"Comics force reluctant readers to 'up their game' in terms of vocabulary."
- Dan Vado, SLG Publishing
Comic Books & Literacy
(Word.doc) Studies show comic books build reading skills for reluctant/struggling readers, ESL programs, Title I students, Special Education, on-level readers, and more.
Academic & Library resources
Dark Horse for Libraries
Includes information about current and upcoming titles, reviews of Dark Horse graphic novels, and a list of bestsellers.
Dealing with Challenges to Graphic Novels
A guide from the American Library Association.
Diamond Bookshelf Reviews
For librarians and educators.
Graphic Novel Information and Resources
Compiled by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Education
Graphic Novel Teaching Guides
Include character graph activities for guided research, trivia activities for online research, creative writing projects, vocabulary reference lists, and more!
Graphic Novels for Multiple Literacies
Cites the benefits that literacy educators can get from the use of graphic novels in the classroom. Advantages of graphic novels over traditional texts and other mass media.
Using Graphic Novels in Book Clubs
A handout from the American Library Association's Booklist magazine; includes reading suggestions and discussion questions. "Nothing livens up a conversation (or bares inner feelings) like a bit of controversy."
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