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This is a format that I have used for several writing assignments in my classroom. It's great for writing fiction or nonfiction and includes graphic novel pages. I love to make a variety of copies and let the students assemble their own books however they'd like! They love publishing their work in o
Grades:
1st - 5th
This is a 12-lesson complete Writing Workshop Graphic Novel Writing Unit, including planning organizers, paper choices, and sample student work! This product includes EVERYTHING you will need for a 3-week Graphic Novel Writing Unit! •  Suggested authentic mentor texts • "Growing" Primary Anchor
My UCanToons series is designed to leverage the popularity of graphic novels and comics to get your students exciting about writing and being their own content creators! This Graphic Novel Builder is a unique way to get students writing creatively. NO PREP! AND, I eliminated the “art problem” assoc
Students are finding such joy from reading graphic novels and comics. This packet was designed to bring that same joy and enthusiasm into your writing centers. In this pack, you will notice that I have provided you with a few different things. -Planning pages -Comic templates with characters on th
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K - 2nd
This is the second edition of Digital Comics (Graphic Novels) with Google Slides. There are so many ways comics can be used in teaching reading and writing. They are engaging, concise, and students have better recall when reading comics. I’ve designed these Google Slides™ templates for students to u
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2nd - 5th
Interactive Notebook Graphic Novel Templates These templates are a fun way for children to express their ideas in written format. Kids love reading graphic novels and comic books, so when given the option to use these graphic novel templates, much of the stress of writing disappears! Some ideas
This Bundle includes BOTH the PDF Version and the Google Docs version of UCanToons GRAPHIC NOVEL BUILDERBIG DISCOUNT!!!!!Overview:My UCanToons series is designed to leverage the popularity of graphic novels and comics to get your students exciting about writing and being their own content creators!
14 pages of graphic novel writing paper. Drawing boxes and a lot of different types of speech bubbles some with words. (pow, boom, crash) most bubbles are empty for writing words to match story. Panel. Lots of variety. The perfect paper to teach how to write a comic or a Graphic novel story. Kids l
If you Give a... Writing Graphic Organizer - Narrative Writing Organizer. Students can expand the way they write by showing, not telling. Each year, I use the book If You Give a Pig a Pancake By: Laura Numeroff and make pancakes for my students (3rd-5th grade). We do this on the last day before a b
This VIBRANT and ACTIVE layout is great for writing your own GRAPHIC NOVEL! This set contains 5 full size pages that can be printed back to back or individually and then cut in half for a dynamic 10 page GRAPHIC NOVEL BOOKLET! Included is a half sheet STORY SUMMARY PAGE that explores the main char
THIS PRODUCT IS DIGITAL ONLY - GOOGLE DOC & GOOGLE CLASSROOM**GOOGLE DOC LINK EMBEDDED IN PRODUCT PDFMy UCanToons series is designed to leverage the popularity of graphic novels and comics to get your students exciting about writing and being their own content creators! This Graphic Novel Build
Teacher Writing Samples: Graphic NovelThese samples are perfect to show your students how to write a graphic novel/strip.Included:First draft to show students the start of writing a graphic novel (1 page)Revised draft to show stretching out a story by adding details (2 pages)
Whether your goal is to inspire meaningful discussions or to help students build critical reading or writing skills, this resource is designed to give you great flexibility without extensive preparation. Use with multi-level learners, a whole classroom, or a single learner. Graphic organizers help
Want to switch up your narrative writing unit? Try Graphic Novels! Not only do students get to express themselves through writing and tell a story, but they get to illustrate it too! Graphic novels have all of the same things needed in a narrative or story, so they are still learning the necessary c
Dear teachers,This is a How to Write a Character Analysis graphic organizer (with subheadings to guide you and your students). This resource is made to help you during literary analysis and novel study. I made this resource for character analysis with my students. It is important for students to kno
There are so many wonderful literary Graphic Novels out there. There are a lot of "how to draw" books too, but very little on how to teach students how to write a story with "sequential art." Try out these handouts if your students need a fun new way to write--with comics! Part 1: In this part w
Want to teach students how to develop graphic novels? This resource ties to Scott McCloud's book "Making Comics." Help your students balance words and pictures to create original graphic novels.
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This is part II of moving from reading a novel, to supporting students to create their own narrative story using themes, or other elements from the novel to apply to their own lives. It is scaffolded to follow on from Part I (see other product for Part I), to help students add character development
Graphic organizer for transitioning from reading Of Mice and Men to narrative writing using theme as a launching point. It can easily be adapted. This is Part I of II
Are you looking for ways to push your students to actively engage with the text of The Princess Bride? This resource takes a look at the central characters of the novel and guides students to evaluate the role of the "late bloomer" and what it takes to break through the late-bloomer stereotype as d
Using Graphic Novel Ideas to enhance student comprehension of different content areas and engage reading with a different format and text. Great for your ESL students with the graphic images and vocabulary. Also encourages imagination and creative writing. Packet includes: Lesson plans for scie
Using graphic novel ideas to enhance student comprehension of different content areas and engage reading with a different format and text. A great resource for ESL students to increase vocabulary and create mental images. Packet includes.. lesson plans for science, math, social studies, reading, &
This resource contains reading analysis questions, activities and a throughout-the-unit journal writing assignmt prompts for students to work with as they read through the graphic novel/blog novel, Hyperbole and A Half. It's based on 11 chapters from the novel, rather than the whole novel itself (I
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
There are so many wonderful literary Graphic Novels out there. There are a lot of "how to draw" books too, but very little on how to teach students how to write a story with "sequential art." Try out these handouts if your students need a fun new way to write--with comics! Part 2: In this part w

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