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World History in Graphic Novel

 
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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.

CONTENTS

Letter To The Teacher
Teaching Strategies
Summaries & Activities

THEME 1
Working by the Seat of Your Pants
THEME 2
The Silk Road
THEME 3
The Golden Caravan
THEME 4
The Wrath of Genghis Khan
THEME 5
Galileo’s Universe
THEME 6
Napoleon’s Little Empire
THEME 7
The Imperialism Draft
THEME 8
Ahead of Their Time
THEME 9
Dunkirk: The Great Escape
THEME 10
Deep in the Heart of France, 1944: Behind Enemy Lines
THEME 11
Berlin: A City Divided
THEME 12
Hope for the Future

NB: This is only the Graphic Novel. The extra files that the bookmarks point to are not included!

 




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