Comic Strip Book Report - Marana Unified School District

The creation of comic strip book reports invite the student to think symbolically. The students choose key scenes for their characters and books, find landscapes and props that fit the scenes, and compose related dialogue. These student representations of the books, with their multifaceted texts using symbols, images, texts, and metaphor, succeed in the classroom because they provide a snapshot of the students’ comprehension of the ideas in the texts. It allows students to create something unique and show their understanding of what they read. They loved working on this project!

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The creation of comic strip book reports invite the student to think symbolically. The students choose key scenes for their characters and books, find landscapes and props that fit the scenes, and compose related dialogue. These student representations of the books, with their multifaceted texts using symbols, images, texts, and metaphor, succeed in the classroom because they provide a snapshot of the students’ comprehension of the ideas in the texts. It allows students to create something unique and show their understanding of what they read. They loved working on this project!


iRubric: Comic Strip Book Report Rubric - C5XA76: RCampus

COMIC STRIP BOOK REPORT DIRECTIONS - Jessica Letkiewicz

The creation of comic strip book reports invite the student to think symbolically. The students choose key scenes for their characters and books, find landscapes and props that fit the scenes, and compose related dialogue. These student representations of the books, with their multifaceted texts using symbols, images, texts, and metaphor, succeed in the classroom because they provide a snapshot of the students’ comprehension of the ideas in the texts. It allows students to create something unique and show their understanding of what they read. They loved working on this project!