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Graphic Novels: Revolutionizing the Classroom

When I think about the controversy that surrounds the teaching of graphic novels, I wonder why people are so against using them as a medium. I get that it is exposing students to the “trivial” situations that happen in our everyday lives and sure, we don’t need to be teaching elementary students the dangers of adultery, violence, and the overall… Read more →

Graphic Novels in the Classroom

In the world of public education, the graphic novel has become increasingly popular with librarians and teachers.  In their transition into the mainstream, graphic novels have seen themselves becoming more and more implemented in classrooms, whether it be through formal lesson plans, extra reading material, etc. They provide a variety of topics and are suitable for all students K-12. The novelty of… Read more →