Cartoon Cut-Ups: Teaching Figurative Language & Humor
Have fun building your students' competence in academic and social situations, and improving their understanding of figurative language and humor. Cartoon Cut-Ups also includes cartoons without captions to analyze body language and spark divergent thinking.
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How to Use Cartoon CutUps
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