Do you have any students that don't like to write? Anyone who likes to read graphic novels? Wonderfully creative students? This resource is for you!
Comic strips are a great way to teach narrative writing to reluctant writers. They include all the same elements of the story but without all the text.
This product could be used as a stand-alone writing project or an introduction to larger pieces of narrative.
***Please Note: the rubric is made specific to grade 6 Ontario Curriculum. However, the activity can be used for grades 3-8 with very little, if any, modifications. The rubric would perhaps need small changes depending on the grade.***
→ teacher notes for ideas on implementation
→ student planning sheet
→ 2 versions of a storyboard outline sheet
→ a guideline outline sheet explaining the use of each box
→ 2 variations of assessment
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