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American History in Graphic Novel


From "Conclusions": While controversy about graphic novels persists - especially among people who worry that graphic novels will bring the end of traditional books - our experiences with adolescents, as well as a number of current research studies, suggest that graphic novels are an important adjunct in our instruction. Graphic novels are viable options for students with disabilities, struggling readers, and English learners, but they are more powerful than that. Graphic novels are motivating and engaging for all students.




Letter To The Teacher
Teaching Strategies
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THEME 1 - LCSI: Roanoke: Lost Colony Scene Investigation
THEME 2 - From Revolution to Declaration: An ANN Special Report
THEME 3 - The Seneca Falls Convention
THEME 4 - “Westward Ho!”
THEME 5 - Fort Sumter’s Last Stand
THEME 6 - The Importance of the Buffalo
THEME 7 - Jeannette Rankin: First Woman in Congress
THEME 8 - We’re Off to See the Pres
THEME 9 - Seeking Shelter
THEME 10 - The Lottery
THEME 11 - May Day
THEME 12 - Life of Chad
THEME 13 - All Work and No Play


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