Caring through Comics -- GRAPHIC NOVELS AND BIBLIOTHERAPY FOR GRADES 6-12
- Adult Fans of Comic Books: What They Get Out of Reading. Botzaki, Stergios // Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy;Sep2009, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p50
This article reports on the use of comic-books in reading instruction and literacy development. Despite being viewed as childish or valueless, these popular books can be used to increase interest in reading in adolescents. The article discusses research on how readers use popular culture texts...
- TOWARD BIGGER AND BETTER "COMIC MAGS.". Friedman, Irving R. // Education Digest;Jan1942, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p36
This is a reprint of the article Toward Bigger and Better Comic Mags by Irving R. Friedman which appeared in the November 1941 issue of Clearing House. 150 pupils from grades seven to nine were selected and asked to write answers to questions concerning funny books. The result of the query were...
- Connecting Comics to Curriculum. Gavigan, Karen; Tomasevich, Mindi // Library Media Connection;May/Jun2014, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p23
The article discusses the relevance of integration of cartooning or comics for educational curriculum. Among the key topics that were discussed include the interests of students for manga, a format of animation that originates from Japan, the popularity of manga animation for all level of...
- Zip Follows School Rules. // Weekly Reader - Edition K;Sep2007, Vol. 50, Special section p1
The comic strip "Zip Follows School Rules," is presented.
- Illustrate conflict resolution with cartoons. // Curriculum Review;Dec96, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p9
Reports that according to Richard A. Shade's book `License to Laugh: Humor in the Classroom,' social studies instructors can boost classroom discussion of conflict resolution. How students can act comic scenarios from `Garfield'; Things to discuss.
- Image, Text, and Story: Comics and Graphic Novels in the Classroom. WILLIAMS, RACHEL MARIE-CRANE // Art Education;Nov2008, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p13
The article discusses the role of comics and graphic novels in art education and teaching. The article mentions the reading and making of texts, narratives, visual culture, the classroom environment, and the relationship between comics and the "Art" world. The article also discusses the role of...
- Using Graphic Novels in the High School Classroom: Engaging Deaf Students With a New Genre. Smetana, Linda; Odelson, Darah; Burns, Heidi; Grisham, Dana L. // Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy;Nov2009, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p228
The article presents an overview of the ways that comics and graphic novels can be used by teachers to appeal to deaf students and other visual learners by providing unique and interesting combinations of text and graphics that engage and motivate the students. A discussion of class curriculum...
- Mass Media in the Classroom. Huseby, Harold // Education;Oct1953, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p73
This article focuses on the mass media of communication and its implications in education in the U.S. Reading comics, choice of radio and television programs and choice of magazines seem to be the most directly related to the general cultural level of the child. The teacher needs to know the...
- AragÃ³n. // Cuadernos de PedagogÃa;sep2012, Issue 426, p90
No abstract available.