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Comics and Graphic Novels can bridge the gap in students who love to read and empathy for others.
From the fringe to mainstream, graphic novels and comics contain complex texts and pictures to use in the classroom.
This Guide to using graphic novels and comics in the classroom reinforces the fact that this form of literature isn't just for children.
This article discusses four ways that graphic novels and comics can be used in the classroom.
College Board Article
Discusses the need to make complex texts more accessible by using graphic novels and comics.
Yale Dyslexia Article
The brilliant thing about graphic novels and comics is that they offer visual cues to the dyslexic reader.
High quality graphic novels for the K-6 classroom.
Institute of Progressive Learning
This article discusses how “to become full participants in an emergent media landscape and raise public understanding about what it means to be literate in a globally interconnected, multicultural world."