Cheryl Jackson discusses the place of graphic novels in schools with: Larry Swartz, Professor of Education at the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and co-author of the book Learning to Read with Graphic Power; children’s book author Mahtab Narsimhan, whose first novel The Third Eye was awarded the Silver Birch Award. Her latest book The Tiffin has been named as one of the five best books for Young People in 2011 by the Quill and Quire: and via Skype from Ohio, was multi-award-winning graphic novelist Jeff Smith. His best-selling graphic novel series for children called BONE was named one of the ten best graphic novels of all time by Time Magazine in 2005.
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The term graphic novel is used to describe any book in a comic format that resembles a novel in length and narrative development. Works such as BONE, Persepolis, and Maus are prime examples of this new type of contemporary literature.
"Our project is one of the first graphic novels that was created specifically for tablet computers like the iPad. It’s about the events that led up to a U.S.- and British-backed coup that resulted in the removal of Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh from office in 1953."
"Creating cartoons and comic strips can be a good way to get reluctant writers writing. While creating comics you and your students can work through the elements of fiction in a context that is fun and familiar to them."
Graphic novels have found a place in high school and middle school classrooms. Teachers, librarians and other educators are invited to participate in the School of Comics – a day of thought-provoking educational sessions ...
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