Tag Archives: literacy
I stumbled upon a neat site the other day. It’s called Visual Thesaurus. It acts as a dictionary and a thesaurus all in a mind-map format. Check out the sample, and be sure to hover your cursor over the junctions. … Continue reading
This is such a perfect example of the time and energy that students are willing to dedicate to an issue/topic in which they’re interested. A textbook example of authentic inquiry. Physics Inquiry It’s pretty awesome.
The week I gave a short presentation to the Adolescent Literacy Network on graphic novels and comics. The ALN is composed (mostly) of literacy consultants and helping teachers from districts all over BC – whoever wants to come (from what … Continue reading
I forgot to say before… I think I will be doing a version of my graphic novel workshop at the begining of April for the Adolescent Literacy Network here in Vancouver. I say “version” because Susan won’t be there at … Continue reading
Graphic Novels and the New 8-12 ELA IRP (Vancouver) Alright. Here is the PowerPoint that we used at the Vancouver pro-d. The bibliography will be up shortly. We hope that everyone enjoyed our composite session on Friday. It was great … Continue reading