Engaging the Adolescent Learner

Making the Most of Graphic Novels in the Classroom

Douglas Fisher & Nancy Frey


Graphic novels can benefit students in every discipline, offering links to popular culture, literary value, creative spark, and most important, motivation to read and engagement with text. Learn interesting new ways graphic novels can help students gain valuable literacy skills, such as previewing content, summarizing information, visualizing, reviewing, and analyzing texts.

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© 2013
doi: 10.1598/e-ssentials.8007

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