Using comic strips to teach reading and writing
- 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.
- Girl Power SCIENCE SQUAD. Wales, Andrew // Hopscotch;Jun/Jul2004, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p34
Presents an educational comic strip about underwater animals.
- Environment: Teaching kids with comic books. Elsasser, John // Public Relations Tactics;Nov94, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p3
Reports on the use of comic book characters to teach children about the environment. Publication of the Captain Nauticus comic book, and having the hero of the said book, Captain Nauticus, as the spokesperson for the National Maritime Center in Norfolk, Virginia; Suggestion given by an expert...
- COMIC BOOK SCIENCE. // Juniata Voices;2007, Vol. 7, p1
A cartoon is presented about history of comic books and use of comics for science instruction.
- 'Teen Titans' Warn of Drug Cycle. A. H. // Education Week;5/4/1983, Vol. 2 Issue 32, p6
The article provides an overview of the "The New Teen Titans," one of the featured stories in the anti-drug comic book produced by D. C. Comic and endorsed by the Education Department in the U.S.
- Teaching History through Comic Books. Aieta, Nicholas J. // OAH Magazine of History;Jul2010, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p5
A letter to the editor is presented on the use of comic books in the teaching of American history.
- THE LIBRARIANS ARE COMING! REED, CALVIN // Publishers Weekly;6/29/2015, Vol. 262 Issue 26, p26
The article presents a calendar of programs for librarians held at the San Diego Central Library during the San Diego Comic-Con convention in San Diego, California from July 8-12, 2015, which include panel discussions on the use of comic books in classrooms and the children's comics industry.
- COMIC BOOK HERO. DAVIS, ELEANOR // Smithsonian;Dec2015, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p42
The article presents a comic strip developed by the illustrator FranÃ§oise Mouly as a method to educate children; the comic strip's topics include school textbooks, learning and reading.
- Comics lend a light touch to deadly 401(k) plan information. Duff, Susanna // Employee Benefit News;Feb99, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p43
Provides information on Professor K and Father K comic book heroes of the 401Komiks from the 401(k) Association. Remarks from Ted Benna, 401(k) Association president; Content of the comic book; Details on the first adventure of the two comic book heroes.