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Martin Burrett

Domo Animate - Make your own Animations - 0 views

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    A sub-site of GoAnimate which stars Domo, a sharp toothed Japanese cartoon character. It is a child-friendly version of the main site with any adult content removed and it has most of the features of the original site. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Video,+animation,+film+&+Webcams
mbarek Akaddar

6 Free Sites for Creating Your Own Comics - 0 views

Caroline Roche

Graphic Novels - 23 views

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    This is a comprehensive sit on using graphic novels, developing collection, reviews
Steve Ransom

Design Comics :: Characters and Scenes for Storyboarding & Design - 31 views

  • Source Files Graphic source files in JPEG, PNG, and Adobe Illustrator format.
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    Download slides in OpenOffice format or download the source files in JPEG, PNG, ad Adobe Illustrator formats
Tero Toivanen

For improving early literacy, reading comics is no child's play - 31 views

  • Carol L. Tilley, a professor of library and information science at Illinois, says that comics are just as sophisticated as other forms of literature, and children benefit from reading them at least as much as they do from reading other types of books.
  • If reading is to lead to any meaningful knowledge or comprehension, readers must approach a text with an understanding of the relevant social, linguistic and cultural conventions," she said. "And if you really consider how the pictures and words work together in consonance to tell a story, you can make the case that comics are just as complex as any other kind of literature.
  • Although commercial publishers of comics have yet to recapture children's imaginations, Tilley says that some librarians and teachers are increasingly discovering that comics can be used to support reading and instruction.
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    Carol L. Tilley, a professor of library and information science at Illinois, says that comics are just as sophisticated as other forms of literature, and children benefit from reading them at least as much as they do from reading other types of books.
John Larkin

Comics in the classroom - 19 views

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    A recent explosion of academic interest in comic books and graphic novels has stirred the creation of comics curricula nationwide. Several colleges and universities are now offering courses in comics literature, and high school teachers are exploring graphic novels as a new way to stimulate young readers' interest in literature.
Brandi Speerly

Latest at ToonDoo - The Cartoon Strip Creator - Create, Publish, Share, Discuss! - 29 views

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    Make comics and books with or for your classroom!
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    Make comics and books with or for your classroom!
Samantha Morra

Welcome To Professor Garfield - 0 views

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    Great site even if Garfield is all over it.
Caroline Roche

Comics in the Classroom: 100 Tips, Tools, and Resources for Teachers | Teaching Degree.org - 0 views

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    Understand how comics are beneficial in schools and ways they can be used
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