Comic Capers Use comic strips to teach students that there is a beginning, middle, and end to stories. Comic-Strip Scrapbook Have students collect their favorite comic strip s over a period of time. Have them make a scrapbook to keep the strips organized. Allow students time to share their scrapbooks with other students. Compare and Contrast Two Comics Ask students to find the similarities and differences between two comic strips, using a Venn Diagram.
Ola Kowal. Age: 24. I am an experienced, beautiful girl. I love men and many types of sex. I will meet to get as much mutual pleasure as possible. It's me on this picture!
Exploring Comic Strips
ESL Lesson Plan: Using Comic Strips to Teach New Language – Teacher Rubeth
Layla. Age: 26. Lust and alluring sweetness! Loving lady in search of a lover! Individually. Confidentially. Not a salon. Warm meeting and harmony of what is happening. I meet by mutual sympathy for my pleasure, always in high spirits and rested. My magic fingers will realize your fantasies!
BAM! POW! Comic Strip Writing
Starting with the familiar Peanuts comic strip characters in the form of video and print media, students explore comic strips as a form of communication of both fiction and nonfiction. In this lesson, each student creates an original comic strip to convey a mathematical concept to share with a younger student. The class then presents and shares the collection of comic strips as a math reference book to students in a lower grade.