Course No. ED461r, ED561r
Creating comics is powerful teaching tool that sparks interests with struggling readers, writers, and creative visual artists. Discover the engaging pedagogical super power that an innovative comic creation and publication curriculum provides as repellent to any dull art studio kryptonite. Participants will be introduced to one of the best comprehensive storytelling curricula, Pop Culture Classroom “Storytelling Through Comics,” and Fable Visions online publishing tool, “Get Published” which features resources from New York Times best seller, Peter Reynolds, author of “The Dot and ish”. By blending these two powerful resources, participants will focus on how to apply, produce and publish collaboratively created comics in their common core art studio classes.
Participants will come away with hands-on creative ready-to-use comic lessons, assessment tools, rubrics, comic vocabulary, character development, creative story ideas, art studio activities, online resources and ideas for developing a one of a kind published, collaboratively created comic book. Request Fable Visions “Get Published” and "Story Telling Through Comics" resources from your instructor: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Explored Pop Culture’s “Storytelling Through Comics” comprehensive curriculum for story telling and comics.
- Discuss components of basic creative comic strips.
- Examine the conventions of comic development.
- Analyze the online resource by Fable Vision “Get Published!”.
- Apply interactive resource to create a stories and/or comics from “Get Published!".
“Storytelling Through Comics”. Comprehensive Teacher’s Guide and "Get Published!" Contact instructor at: email@example.com for access.
This course introduced me to some great resources for teaching comics to students in the middle grades, and provided thoughtful ways to explore them.
6th Grade Teacher