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Read one of the online comics available in the Recommended Comics resource. Be sure to also read the rules on comics for course use. Below, analyze your reading process. What did you read first? What held your attention longer? Was there anything you missed the first time you read it? Be sure to check back to comment on others' contributions.
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Choose a comic, either from the online selection, or a print version from the library. How might you share this with your class? As a read-aloud? As a guided reading session? As a book club? Try it and share the results in the thread below.
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Age Guidelines  Not all comics are appropriate for all readers. Publishers will often suggest recommended ages for their products and reviewers regularly share their opinions on suitable ages for the titles they review. This TeachOntario course is intended for K-12 educators, so to help participants use comics and graphic novels closest to the…
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Why not try your hand at creating a comic (even about the benefits of comics, like the creators of Unshelved)? You don’t necessarily have to be a wonderful writer or artist, as there are several online tools available to assist you. Not all of these tools are suitable for all ages. Share your creations in the thread below...
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Click to view content  Minds On  Mathify is a FREE math resource for educators, and students in grades 7 – 10 math in Ontario. This new and innovative platform provides a seamless learning experience through an enriched classroom tool combined with live after-school math tutoring. Watch an overview of Mathify here.   Watch a student solve a question and then…
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Click to view contentWhat’s the point of teaching knowledge when we have Google? Well, it’s simple, because you don’t know what you don’t know. You need to know something to ask something of Google, right? Furthermore, how do you know you should even be asking something in the first place? William Poundstone considers this very conundrum in his article Does knowledge… (Show more)
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Click to view content   Dans notre école, comme ailleurs en Ontario, les enfants arrivent avec des savoirs et des savoir-faire différents de par leurs expériences culturelle, langagière, motrice et créative variées. Aussi, comme éducateurs, notre rôle est de leur offrir un milieu, accueillant et sécurisant, qui leur permettra d’agrandir et d’enrichir leurs expertises.…
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