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The Comic Book Show and Tell

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The Comic Book Show and Tell

Grades 9 – 12
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Two 50-minute sessions
Lesson Author

James Bucky Carter

James Bucky Carter

El Paso, Texas


National Council of Teachers of English


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Ben Wickenden

June 04, 2018

Loved this! I have done a couple comic book lessons before. loved the website that was provided. My students are creating a comic book during summer school. we are doing a new story every day! Thanks for the information!!



February 04, 2015

I tried your lesson. Students made comic books on biological themes. They liked it and understood.


Deb Herndon

April 05, 2014

I will be doing a superhero/comics unit with my 10-12 Sci-Fi Lit class soon. Many of these ideas will be extremely useful. I will let you know how it went.


Anthony Young

September 07, 2011

taking a class of 14 year olds and thought a graphic novel. i found this site very useful for developing ideas and lesson plans. thanks



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