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I, Robot Goes Graphic - Week 2

Week 2 - Using Sequential Art to Convey a Message

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  • Think-Pair-Share : Review definition and features of graphic novels.
  • State objective for this week: You will learn how to create a sequential art story by using an online tool to design a three-four panel sequential art representation of a familiar event.
  • Introduce students to one of the online tools for creating sequential art.  Model how to use the tool.  Then create a three frame sequential art segment together on the Smart Board.
  • Assignment:  Think of an event or scenario you would like to share using sequential art.  Write about this event or scenario.  Then convert it to a sequential art story using the online tool (or you may draw freehand).  Your story should include 4-6 frames.  Be prepared to share your sequential art with the class.
  • Students share their sequential art story with a partner to get feedback and revise as needed.
  • Students complete the Sequential Art Check List Form and turn it in before their presentation. (TR)
  • Students present their sequential art story to the class (or to a small group) using the Smart Board
  • In their journals, students reflect on how they feel about reading and writing stories in sequential art format.


Assessment

Sequential Art Check List (TR)


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