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Multiliteracy - Graphic Novels
Updated: 1/19/2020
Multiliteracy - Graphic Novels
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  • Why is he reading a graphic novel instead of a REAL book?
  • Hey, this is a great story!
  • Actually, a graphic novel IS a real book!
  • Maybe to someone who can't read..
  • I CAN read!
  • Graphic novels can be useful to readers of all levels. They bring text and images together to help make meaning.
  • The words and pictures really help me follow the story.
  • I don't know...
  • And they hold my interest and foster my love for reading!
  • Reading a graphic novel uses and develops our essential literacy skills.
  • We develop inference and literacy skills that apply when interacting with photos, paintings, and other people.
  • Hmmm..
  • Combining traditional and visual literacies teaches new perspectives on elements and cues that aid comprehension.
  • Let's all try it. Who knows? It might be just right for you as a learner.
  • I'll try anything once...
  • We all make meaning in different ways. Maybe graphic novels are YOUR key to developing as a reader!
  • Oh wow. I've been missing out. This is really going to up my literacy game!
  • Hooray for graphic novels!
  • She really 'gets' me
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