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comicsworkbook: “ ohgigue: “ These Days, 2016 by GG pages 54

love this list of graphic novels and comics for kids!

The Best Graphic Novels for Kids

Graphic novels entice kids into stories illustrated comics, compelling plots told through mostly dialogue. Try one of these best graphic novels and comics that will get kids get excited to read, and READ MORE.

If your textbook is outdated and isn't relevant to your students, it is time to diversify. In this Twitter chat, middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed sources for contemporary fiction and nonfiction. Teachers also shared their experiences with verse novels, graphic novels and "reading" other media: videos, images, and infographics. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your own classroom.

Diversify Your ELA Curriculum: Non-Traditional Texts to Engage Middle & High School Students

The Literary Maven: Diversify Your ELA Curriculum: Non-Traditional Texts to Engage Middle & High School Students

Tutorial: comic layouts by =medli20 on deviantART

Tutorial: comic layouts by on deviantART. Recommended by Andrea Beaty, author of Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies.

fall 2015 -- the best new graphic novels for kids

Remarkable Graphic Novels for Kids, Fall 2015

PHOBOREA by JakeWyatt.deviantart.com on @deviantART

NECROPOLIS II by JakeWyatt // I thought of "cool and confident heroine" and thought of her, so she goes on this board.

Research paper connected with novel. Instead of Mockingbird, select from: Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis, Gene Luen Yang's American Born Chinese, Elie Wiesel's Night, etc. Challenging culture?

10 Best Graphic Novels You've Gotta Read

Persepolis - autobiographical animation based on Marjane Satrapi graphic novel. Love this film!

A reader asked me to recommend graphic novels teachers should take seriously and use in the classroom. Graphic novels aren't fluff, they're valuable for a variety of reasons. They can be content-rich like the titles below, they appeal to children visually, they help kids infer and draw conclusions, and more.

Graphic Novels Teachers Should Take Seriously (& Use in the Classroom)

A reader asked me to recommend graphic novels teachers should take seriously and use in the classroom. Graphic novels aren't fluff, they're valuable for a variety of reasons. They can be content-rich like the titles below, they appeal to children visually, they help kids infer and draw conclusions, and more.

This list of 38 Graphic Novels for Young Adults...genius. I mean any reluctant reader would be jazzed to pick any ONE of these books up. LOL! From @nerdymama

I have 38 YA Graphic Novels for Reluctant Readers {Both Boys & Girls Will Love}. No jokes, this kid is going read again--like crazy.

Susan Heim on Parenting: In Select Theaters and On Demand: "I Kill Giants"! Giveaway for a $25 Visa Gift Card and the Graphic Novel!

Susan Heim on Parenting: In Select Theaters and On Demand: "I Kill Giants"! Giveaway for a $25 Visa Gift Card and the Graphic Novel!

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