My students need literate, all-ages graphic novel classics that develop vocabulary, exemplify author style, and demonstrate concepts like narrative structure.
The 3rd-5th grade students at my school exemplify what's great about this country. They are the product of different cultures with hardworking families that understand the value of education. We're an urban school with a sizable portion of our community categorized as low to middle-class income families.
It's a school goal that we want our students to achieve as dynamic readers.
Innovative reading programs that include the visual literacy of all-ages, genre-wide graphic novels feature into our vibrant curriculum.
Students live in a visual world, and graphic novels are a genuine way to build visual literacy. Whether a reluctant reader, an English Language Learner, or a motivated young author-to-be, graphic novels are the respected cousin of comic books and offer a dynamic facet to any classroom.
An English Language Arts class without graphic novels to read seems almost like a math class without rulers and compasses, or social studies without maps.
What was once seen as whimsical support material is now essential to developing developmentally appropriate concepts in a transdisciplinary method. Beyond super-heroes, graphic novels express the human condition.
You donate directly to the teacher or project you care about and see where every dollar you give goes.
Expand the "Where your donation goes" section below to see exactly what Mr. Amara is requesting.See our finances
|The Adventures of Tintin: Collector's Gift Set • Amazon Business||$94.99||1||$94.99|
|The Complete Calvin and Hobbes • Amazon Business||$52.99||1||$52.99|
|Bone: The Complete Cartoon Epic in One Volume • Amazon Business||$22.14||1||$22.14|
|Asterix Omnibus 1: Includes Asterix the Gaul #1, Asterix and the Golden Sickle #2, Asterix and the Goths #3 • Amazon Business||$16.56||1||$16.56|
Our team works hard to negotiate the best pricing and selections available.View complete list Show less