Students use Comic Life to make their own history comic. I use this as my Unit 4 project during our Westward Expansion unit. I also use Comic Life to create posters that I print out for units using the school's huge poster printer. This way I get bright colorful posters with exactly the content I need students to see and use and I don't pay a dime.
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This is a fun video to share during your Rock Cycle Unit. I have included the printable "The Adventures of Captain Quartzite" comic. You can hand this out for science journals, or display with your document camera. After viewing the video, have your students create their own Rock Cycle comic/story using the blank comic squares.
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The Defenders #33 (Steve Gerber and Sal Buscema, Marvel Comics, 1976) The very first comics I ever owned were this one and Captain America & The Falcon #196. Every week, my father and I went to the newsstand. He'd buy himself some chewing tobacco, and me some bubble-gum cards. One day, I asked if I could get comics instead. I read them before dinner. After dinner, I used a dictionary to look up the words I didn't know. By bedtime, I'd decided that I wanted to write things when I grew…