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Push my thinking
What if students could make their graphic novels interactive? What if they could share and publish digital versions of their work where parts of their graphic novels were linked to audio and/or video files that they created to enhance their stories?
Survivors Stories Graphic Novels
Problem of practice
I teach a very diverse population of English Language Learners (ELLs). How can I incorporate the authentic use of native language and family involvement with projects-based learning in my ELL classroom?
Using "Maus" as inspiration, students interview someone in their own family who has survived a difficult time. They then take their interviews and create their own graphic novels both in English and their Native Language using Comic Life 2.
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