Free Technology for Teachers has published an article about how MakeBeliefsComix.com can be effectively used in the classroom this new school year. It is titled ''Five Ways to Use Comics in Your Classroom This Fall'' and
written by Richard Byrne. Click here to read!
A great comic activity for the new school term is for students (and teachers, too!) to create autobiographical comic strips talking about themselves, their families and summarizing the most important things about their lives, including special interests and goals. First, select a cartoon character as a surrogate to represent you and speak for you. After creating your comic, print it and exchange with your classmates so you can learn more about each other. Enjoy! CLICK HERE TO INTERVIEW YOUR CLASSMATES!
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May 20, 2018 - The New York Times Learning Network has cited MakeBeliefsComix as a fun classroom resource to teach students about the news – "One easy way to start playing with ideas is through the free, online tool MakeBeliefsComix.com." This site can be especially helpful for struggling students, or students who are learning English. CLICK HERE to read the entire article.
CLICK HERE for a down-loadable lesson plan by Bill Zimmerman (creator of MakeBeliefsComix) for using comics to teach current events.