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Comic Book Show and Tell


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Comic Book Show and Tell

Grades 9 – 12
Activity Time One 60 minute session, broken into three 20-minute blocks
Activity Author

James Bucky Carter

James Bucky Carter

El Paso, Texas

Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

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Lisa Fink, RWT Staff

January 20, 2010

Thank you for your comment. We are sorry you couldn't find the resources you were looking for. We think we have worked through the bugs and broken links and you should be able to access those links now.



January 10, 2010

This lesson, "Comic Book Show and Tell" is well-written and has practical suggestions on implementations. I just wanted to let you know that once on the tips sheet for using the "Comic Creator" site the links to the sample comic strip and Comic Vocab Interactive are not working. Thanks so much for providing quality resources for teachers. I come back to your site again and again. -Beth



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