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Sidesplitting tech comics
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Why not use comics as a way to spur student learning? In fact, I challenge you to set up an occasional minute comic strip segment during which your students create a comix about something they learned or read or experienced that day. They can make their daily comix diary by using a comic generator, such as MakeBeliefsComix or even by drawing their own comics with pencil or crayons if technology access is limited. By creating comic strips, even with stick figures, students will realize that they can create stories and make art. Moreover, the process of using drawn characters and writing words for them to in blank balloons provides a way for students to digest and integrate the key material that they are taught each day in school, as well as to reflect on their life experiences. For additional ideas on how to use digital comic strips in the classroom, please visit the Lesson Plans section of MakeBeliefsComix.
The Celebration Of Comic Strip And Cartoon Art
Techies are funny, and we don't just mean looks. Snort, snort. Find out which tech-inspired Web comics we're reading during breaks.
Andrew Gibson is a photographer and writer. He runs Magical Places Fine Art , an online photography magazine and another great photography resource. There are many comics written with adults in mind, and this is reflected in the depth and scope of the artwork.