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Building literacy connections with graphic novels : page by page, panel by panel / edited by James Bucky Carter.

Contributor(s): Carter, James Bucky, 1977-
Publisher: Urbana, Ill. : National Council of Teachers of English, c2007Description: xiii, 164 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 9780814103920 (pbk.); 0814103928 (pbk.)Subject(s): Language arts | Graphic novels -- History and criticism | LiteracyDDC classification: 428.4/0712 LOC classification: LB1631 | .B773 2007Online resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
Introduction: carving a niche : graphic novels in the English language arts classroom / James Bucky Carter -- Altering English : re-examining the whole class novel and making room for graphic novels and more / Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey -- Showing and telling history through family stories in Persepolis and young adult literature / Marla Harris -- Are there any Hester Prynnes in our world today? pairing The amazing "true" story of a teenage single mom with The scarlet letter / James Bucky Carter -- Visualizing Beowulf : old English gets graphic / J. D. Schraffenberger -- L. Frank Baum, Lewis Carroll, James Barrie, and Pop gun war : teaching Farel Dalrymple's graphic novel in the context of classics / Randall Clark -- Abandon every fear, ye that enter : the X-men journey through Dante's Inferno / Don Leibold -- A multimodal approach to addressing antisemitism : Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist and Will Eisner's Fagin the Jew / Allen Webb and Brandon Guisgand -- Using graphic novels, anime, and the Internet in an urban high school / Nancy Frey and Douglas Fisher -- Ultimate Spider-man and student-generated classics : using graphic novels and comics to produce authentic voice and detailed, authentic texts / James Bucky Carter -- Appendix: additional graphic novels for your English language arts classroom.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-160).

Introduction: carving a niche : graphic novels in the English language arts classroom / James Bucky Carter -- Altering English : re-examining the whole class novel and making room for graphic novels and more / Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey -- Showing and telling history through family stories in Persepolis and young adult literature / Marla Harris -- Are there any Hester Prynnes in our world today? pairing The amazing "true" story of a teenage single mom with The scarlet letter / James Bucky Carter -- Visualizing Beowulf : old English gets graphic / J. D. Schraffenberger -- L. Frank Baum, Lewis Carroll, James Barrie, and Pop gun war : teaching Farel Dalrymple's graphic novel in the context of classics / Randall Clark -- Abandon every fear, ye that enter : the X-men journey through Dante's Inferno / Don Leibold -- A multimodal approach to addressing antisemitism : Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist and Will Eisner's Fagin the Jew / Allen Webb and Brandon Guisgand -- Using graphic novels, anime, and the Internet in an urban high school / Nancy Frey and Douglas Fisher -- Ultimate Spider-man and student-generated classics : using graphic novels and comics to produce authentic voice and detailed, authentic texts / James Bucky Carter -- Appendix: additional graphic novels for your English language arts classroom.

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