Includes 10 Literature themed templates/assignments featuring character profiles, book information, newspaper design and more! In addition, this kit comes with the Making Comics-Lesson 11 and 30 Blank Comic Templates! Have students "show what they know" in SCHOOL with COMICS. NO drawing background required for TEACHERS or STUDENTS!
In addition to TEN Lit themed templates, this kit includes...
Lesson 11- Making Comics (Class Project)
Blank Templates and Pages
This set was designed for teachers who want to use comic templates but may not have time to implement the full cartoon art unit.
Cartooning Lessons 1-11 With the Lessons 1-11 BUNDLE! 3 Weeks of Lessons.
(The 10 Lit templates in this edition are not included in the Lessons 1-11 bundle. This is a special edition of Lesson 11 "Making Comics".)
Get JUST the 10 LiteratureTemplates HERE.
All documents are pdfs.
This Lesson Includes:
1 Tips for Teachers Overview
2 Comic Review Pages
4 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook (Drafts, Peer Conferences, Inking, and Comic Covers)
Comic Project Outline
Comic Project Checklist
Feedback Form (Checklist)
Peer Conference Checklist
Alternate Comic Proposal
My Comic Portfolio Cover Sheet
Literature Comic Templates Include:
Book Breakdown- This template uses a comic page styled form to break down the factors of a book. Students are asked to describe and draw the main character, plot, setting, conflict, and theme…using prompts.
Book Review- Students use guided prompts and panels to review a book and demonstrate their knowledge of the content.
Character Profile- A comic page template provides prompts to help students profile a character from a book. Panels give space for drawing and descriptions.
Book Chapter Summary - Students use four panels to draw elements of a chapter (beginning, conflict, middle, end) and space is also provided for drawing the main character (and showing their emotion during the chapter).
Mood/Tone – Students respond to organized information and show the mood of a scene in a book (in a comic panel.)
Newspaper This template is designed to look like a newspaper, but included spaces for key information such as important event in book, summary, general book information, and space for a picture of the event.
Character Point of View- This template provides space for students to explain and draw a conflict in the book. On either side of the conflict panel, space is provide to draw two characters who can express their opposing views in word balloons.
Setting- This template asks for general book information and prompts students to understand and draw the setting in the book.
Comic Cover Students illustrate a comic cover-styled template and provide details about the book. Tip: Makes for a great Lit portfolio cover!
Yearbook- This template is designed to look like a yearbook and works best for stories with lots of characters. Students simply name and draw characters in the yearbook-styled photo spaces. Students can determine which characters are best suited for categories such as “most changed”, “funniest”, “class hero”, “class leader”, and so on…
This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates
Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for
-Graphic Novel Pages
Includes "Quick" Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic!
Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates
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