What could be a better product for assessment of than a comic strip? Why not create your own? Through direct observation, students are receptive to comic strips, consequently, equally receptive to reading graphic novels. For example, a class learning about “genre” could create strips that illustrate a specific genre type (historical fiction, fantasy, realistic fiction), which could tell mini-stories. The students could share with one another. Two things are then accomplished: shared learning, genre comprehension. Struggling learners are connected with those who are accomplished.
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