Students will interview a classmate and create a comic cell celebrating their unique strengths and passions.
How to Teach with Comics
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Students will use key words to solve word problems involving multiplication and/or division and create a problem solving comic of their own.
Students will define and provide examples of nouns, identify various objects, use appropriate nouns while writing to bring clarity to the audience.
Students will practice asking and answering "yes" or "no” questions with the verb “do”.
Students will recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms.
Students will create a comic depicting a variety of emotions.
Students will be able to distinguish between protected rights and responsibilities as members of their community/state/country.
Students will demonstrate their understanding of the main idea and details of a story by creating a comic.
Students will learn and practice formal and informal phrases for greetings, making introductions, polite conversation and saying goodbye.
Students will explore the power of “yet” and create a “Things We Can’t Do Yet!” comic strip.
Students will explore responsibility and reflect on how they would handle authentic moral dilemmas they may face in school or in life.
Students will use correct sequence words to describe the order of events in a story when speaking and writing.
Students will create a comic journal documenting what they’re grateful for.
In this lesson, students can reflect after completing a STEM challenge to show their thought process and reflect upon the results.