Going Graphic: Comics at Work in the Multilingual Classroom
Comics are a natural for second language development. Their unique mix of abundant, comprehension-building visuals and authentic text readily engages learners, contextualizes language, and offers a window into the culture. Yet despite their obvious advantages, comics remain unfairly branded as inappropriate classroom reading material, misunderstood and woefully underutilized. No more.
In Going Graphic teachers will find a comprehensive guide to embracing comics and effectively using them in any multilingual classroom. Building on the latest brain-based research, second language acquisition theory, and progressive literacy principles, Stephen Cary offers twenty-five proven activities for comics-based instruction in all classrooms, especially TESL/TEFL settings, and for all grade and English-proficiency levels.
These activities help nonnative and native learners alike meet a broad range of content and English-language development standards.
In fact, Cary has given you literally everything you need to start successfully integrating comics into your classroom tomorrow, including:
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Review: Going Graphic: Comics at Work in the Multilingual ClassroomUser Review - Adam Bessie - Goodreads
One of the first "teaching comics" books - and hopefully, one of many to come. A good starter kit, especially for K-12. Read full review