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Monnin, Katie: Teaching Graphic Novels. Practical Strategies for the Secondary ELA Classroom. Gainesville: Maupin House Publ. 2009. (256 S.) 
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Languages: englisch
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Abstract
Harness the power of graphic novels to promote literacy and engage all secondary students! Address print-text and image literacies, from navigating text features to creating standards-based lessons on reading comprehension, fiction/nonfiction, written response, critical thinking, and media literacy. Complete with examples from graphic novels, professional resource suggestions, strategies that can be used with any graphic novel, cross-indexes of middle and high school graphic novels and themes, reproducibles, and extra support for English-language learners.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Foreword by Francoise Mouly xi
Introduction—Why Teach Graphic Novels in English Language Arts? And Why Now? xv

Chapter 1—Reading the Graphic Novel: Graphic Novel Vocabulary 1
Featured resource texts: Scott McCloud’s Making Comics; Jessica Abel and Matt Madden’s Drawing Words & Writing Pictures; and James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost’s Adventures in Cartooning
Chiggers by Hope Larson
Laika by Nick Abadzis
American Born Chinese by Gene Luan Yang
Alan’s War by Emmanuel Guibert
Appendix A: Basic graphic novel vocabulary found in Chapter 1

Chapter 2—Teaching Reading Comprehension with Graphic Novels 15
Chiggers by Hope Larson
Bourbon Island: 1730 by Appollo and Lewis Trondheim
Lesson Idea 2.A: Teaching Reading Comprehension in Middle School ELA 18
Lesson Idea 2.B: Teaching Reading Comprehension in High School ELA 27
Appendix B: Three story-mapping handouts for teaching reading comprehension with graphic novels in middle school ELA
Appendix C: Three story-mapping handouts for teaching reading comprehension with graphic novels in high school ELA

Chapter 3—Teaching Graphic Novel Fiction 39
American Born Chinese by Gene Luan Yang
Lesson Idea 3.A: Teaching Graphic Novel Fiction in Middle School ELA 44
Lesson Idea 3.B: Teaching Graphic Novel Fiction in High School ELA 56
Appendix D: The Literate Eye reading strategy
Appendix E: The Literate Eye reading strategy for middle school ELA students
Appendix F: Reference list of graphic novel adaptations of traditional print-text fiction
Appendix G: A blank version of the Literate Eye reading strategy for high school ELA students
Appendix H: Supplement to the Literate Eye reading strategy for high school ELA students

Chapter 4—Teaching Graphic Novel Nonfiction 67
Gettysburg: The Graphic Novel by C.M. Butzer
Laika by Nick Abadzis
The 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation by Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón
Alan’s War by Emmanuel Guibert
Lesson Idea 4.A: Teaching Informational Nonfiction Graphic Novels in Middle School ELA 72
Lesson Idea 4.B: Teaching Creative Nonfiction Graphic Novels in Middle School ELA 78
Lesson Idea 4.C: Teaching Informational Nonfiction Graphic Novels in High School ELA 88
Lesson Idea 4.D: Teaching Creative Nonfiction Graphic Novels in High School ELA 95
Appendix I: Nonfiction Collaboration Stair-Step for Middle School Readers
Appendix J: Nonfiction Collaboration Stair-Step Supplement (middle school or high school)
Appendix K: Nonfiction Collaboration Journey for Middle School Readers
Appendix L: Nonfiction Collaboration Journey Supplement (middle school or high school)
Appendix M: Nonfiction Collaboration Stair-Step for High School Readers
Appendix N: Nonfiction Collaboration Journey for High School Readers
Appendix O: Nonfiction Graphic Novel Reference List for Middle School and High School ELA

Chapter 5—Teaching Media Literacy with Graphic Novels 103
Laika by Nick Abadzis
Spiral-Bound by Aaron Renier
Maus by Art Spiegelman
Lesson Idea 5.A: Teaching Media Literacy with Graphic Novels in Middle School ELA 114
Lesson Idea 5.B: Teaching Media Literacy with Graphic Novels in High School ELA 118
Appendix P: “Graphic Novel Media and Me: Reading and Responding to Print-text Literacies and Image Literacies” middle school ELA reading strategy for teaching media literacy with graphic novels
Appendix Q: “And the Meaning Is …” middle school ELA reading strategy for teaching media literacy with graphic novels
Appendix R: “Build It!” reading strategy for middle school ELA
Appendix S: “Graphic Novel Media and Me: Reading and Responding to Print and Image Literacies” reading strategy in high school ELA
Appendix T: “If I Could Please Respond to This Graphic Novel …” reading strategy and writing activity for high school level ELA
Appendix U: “I Write It!” writing activity for teaching middle school ELA media literacy with graphic novels

Chapter 6—Some Suggestions for Teaching Graphic Novels to English Language Learners 123
Lesson Idea 6.A: Teaching Comics with Early Language Learners 126
Lesson Idea 6.B: Teaching Emergent Language Learners with Comics 128
Lesson Idea 6.C: Teaching Emergent Language Learners with Early Reader Graphic Novels 130
Lesson Idea 6.D: Teaching Soon-to-be-fluent Language Learners with Early Reader Graphic Novels or Graphic Novels 132
Appendix V: Four stages of language learning, objectives that support the use of graphic novels and comics at each stage, and recommended graphic novels and comics
Appendix W: KWL chart for emergent language learners
Appendix X: Elements of story and story map activity for teaching language-learning students about the reading-writing connection
Appendix Y: Reader’s theatre handout

Appendices 133
Appendix A: Basic graphic novel vocabulary found in Chapter 1 133
Appendix B: Three story-mapping handouts for teaching reading comprehension with graphic novels in middle school ELA 139
Appendix C: Three story-mapping handouts for teaching reading comprehension with graphic novels in high school ELA 143
Appendix D: The Literate Eye reading strategy 149
Appendix E: The Literate Eye reading strategy for middle school ELA students 150
Appendix F: Reference list of graphic novel adaptations of traditional print-text fiction 152
Appendix G: A blank version of the Literate Eye reading strategy for high school ELA students 154
Appendix H: Supplement to the Literate Eye reading strategy for high school ELA students 155
Appendix I: Nonfiction Collaboration Stair-Step for Middle School Readers 160
Appendix J: Nonfiction Collaboration Stair-Step Supplement (middle school or high school) 162
Appendix K: Nonfiction Collaboration Journey for Middle School Readers 163
Appendix L: Nonfiction Collaboration Journey Supplement (middle school or high school) 165
Appendix M: Nonfiction Collaboration Stair-Step for High School Readers 166
Appendix N: Nonfiction Collaboration Journey for High School Readers 168
Appendix O: Nonfiction Graphic Novel Reference List for Middle School and High School ELA 171
Appendix P: “Graphic Novel Media and Me: Reading and Responding to Print-text Literacies and Image Literacies” middle school ELA reading strategy for teaching media literacy with graphic novels 175
Appendix Q: “And the Meaning Is …” middle school ELA reading strategy for teaching media literacy with graphic novels 188
Appendix R: “Build It!” reading strategy for middle school ELA 189
Appendix S: “Graphic Novel Media and Me: Reading and Responding to Print and Image Literacies” reading strategy in high school ELA 192
Appendix T: “If I Could Please Respond to This Graphic Novel …” reading strategy and writing activity for high school level ELA 207
Appendix U: “I Write It!” writing activity for teaching middle school ELA media literacy with graphic novels 212
Appendix V: Four stages of language learning, objectives that support the use of graphic novels and comics at each stage, and recommended graphic novels and comics 215
Appendix W: KWL chart for emergent language learners 216
Appendix X: Elements of story and story map activity for teaching language-learning students about the reading-writing connection 217
Appendix Y: Reader’s theatre handout 220

Graphic Novel Reference List for Middle School ELA Fiction 221
Graphic Novel Reference List for High School ELA Fiction 222
Cross-index of Middle School Graphic Novels and Themes 223
Cross-index of High School Graphic Novels and Themes 226
References 229
Some Helpful Graphic Novel Websites 232
Index 233
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