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"Ms. Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal" is one of the top Marvel Comic digital downloads of all time. The story connects with the reader as the main character is charismatic and readers are able to easily identify with her struggles. You don't need to love comics nor know a lot about comics to be able to love this read.This downloadable Ms. Marvel Unit Guide contains 17 activities composed of 70 pages. You will have access to a comprehensive set of handouts and activities that analyzes "Ms. Marvel Vol
This is for volume one but I also have lessons available for volumes 1-4 (covering issues 1-19) here.This is a unit for Ms. Marvel Volume 1: No Normal (2014). It’s a 16 page unit with 21 reading comprehension questions (with an answer key) and 5 extended activities. It also contains a powerpoint providing background info before reading the comic (and handouts of the slides in case you don't have access to Powerpoint) It covers Issues 1-5 which are the issues collected in the first volume trade p
Grades:
5th - 12th
This prezi and accompanying activity will help you begin to discuss graphic novels and comic books with your students, using examples from Ms. Marvel: No Normal (2014). Examples are placed next to sample images from films to help students transfer their understanding of other visual mediums to graphic novel analysis.Lesson includes the link to a prezi presentation and two blank templates for drawing comics. *All images included within belong to the respective film studios and/or Marvel Comics a
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education
This is a reading packet that follows Ms. Marvel: No Normal with an emphasis on analyzing Pakistani and Muslim culture and religion.
Based on the first 5 Issues of Ms. Marvel or the first Volume of Ms. Marvel, this reading guide contains 5 pages front and back of comprehension and analysis questions.
Grades:
6th - 8th
This includes a guided reading packet and formative assessment for Ms. Marvel: No Normal with an emphasis on religious studies.
Additional practice for writing captivating hooks using Ms. Marvel.
Additional practice using dialogue and thought process with Ms. Marvel.
This guide was originally conceived for an 11th grade ELA class as a way of introducing students to some of the key concepts and thematic ideas such as culture, cultural appropriation, identity, etc when reading the graphic novel/comic book Ms. Marvel Volume 1: No Normal.
There is a preview above that shows thumbnails of some of the pages in this unit.This is a unit for Ms. Marvel (2014) it covers issues 1-19 (which is also included in the first 4 trade paperbacks of Ms. Marvel. This is a 47 page unit with 100 reading comprehension questions (with an answer guide) and 14 extended activities.It also contains a powerpoint providing background info before reading the comic (and handouts of the slides in case you don't have access to Powerpoint) In an effort to make
Grades:
6th - 12th
A lesson and project to use after reading Ms. Marvel: No Normal to compare and contrast different religions around the word.
Help improve students' coordinate graphing skills with some artwork I created myself based on kids and current interests that they might find less tedious than typical assignments.
This study guide includes very specific open ended questions in chronological order for each chapter.  This will really help students follow along in a graphic novel when they sometimes don’t know what is important or what to focus on.  I feel that providing students this guide really does just that , guide them.  I see a lot of student guides that say, provide a summary.  With this study guide you get 40+ hours of my time put in for a guide I use with my own Graphic Novels class. This is all I
Grades:
6th - 12th
This document provides some study questions for the graphic narrative series Ms. Marvel. A short introduction discusses how to turn this into a group research activity.
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
Use this with the Ms. Marvel comic book volumes 1-5 to help your students track characters and plot developments. The first chart is partially filled in to give students a preview.
This is a lesson for the first issue of Ms. Marvel (2014) it is reading comprehension questions (with an answer key) as well as an extended activity. I have units for this comic covering issues 1-5, as well as a unit covering issues 1-19.In an effort to make things easier, and especially for those homeschooling, I’ve created a series of lessons on comics available to read online through Marvel Unlimited (there is often a free month trial as well). The benefit is that with a subscription to Marve
Grades:
5th - 12th
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The comic/graphic novel "Ms. Marvel" is an engaging read that introduces the reader to a charismatic young high school student, Kamala Khan, who suddenly acquires superpowers. This activity is designed to supplement the reading of "Ms. Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal". However, the basic premise of the activity could be used for any literary character. Students will pit the strengths and weaknesses of Kamala Khan against a fictional character of their choosing. Using a graphic organizer (read: figh
This assignment has students watch Modern Marvels (Panama Canal) and answer questions on the video. There is also an answer sheet that goes along with the video. This video is great for Middle and High School.
“Modern Marvels” is a video series that focuses on the effect and use of technology in various aspects of modern society. It aired on the History Channel. Each video is approximately 45-50 minutes in length and would be a great addition to any CTE or STEM class.The “Forensic Science” episode discusses various forms of technology used in forensics to solve crimes, including fingerprinting, microfiber identification, and DNA testing. Specific crimes are examined, including the capture of John Dill
This 20-station activity uses Marvel Super Heroes (Hulk, Iron Man, Black Panther, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Groot and Thor) to help students understand the different types of variables used in a science investigation. Two versions are included in this packet. Version 1 uses the terms "manipulated and responding" variables. Version 2 is exactly the same but uses the terms "independent and dependent" variables. Choose the version that works best for your classroom. Students will wor
Grades:
5th - 10th
“Modern Marvels” is a video series that focuses on the effect and use of technology in various aspects of modern society. It aired on the History Channel. Each video is approximately 45-50 minutes in length and would be a great addition to any CTE or STEM class.The “Welding” episode discusses how technology is used in relation to electric arc welding, stick welding, explosion welding, underwater welding, industrial spot welding, and friction welding with plastics.The video viewing guide is a res
This 3-page video worksheet has 32 questions and is available in both MS Word and PDF format. An answer key is included. History Channel’s Modern Marvels Season 12 Episode 54 is available on DVD only at this time. I like to show this 45 minute video in the first few days of my 12th grade Forensic Science course as a great way to introduce students to some of the history of forensics and different areas of a crime lab. This video also describes how the FBI is available to help all law enforcem
“Modern Marvels” is a video series that focuses on the effect and use of technology in various aspects of modern society. It aired on the History Channel. Each video is approximately 45-50 minutes in length and would be a great addition to any CTE or STEM class.The “Nikola Tesla's Mad Electricity” episode discusses innovative developments and workings of Nikola Tesla, including the Tesla Coil, Tesla’s work at Wardenclyffe, the rivalry pitting Tesla’s alternating current against Edison’s direct c
Marvel vs. DC Comics super hero! Learn how to use the speed triangle to determine the speed, time, and distance of various super heroes!

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