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Comic Camp - Create Graphic Comic!
Students will learn the recipe for developing a comic/graphic novel. They will learn the importance of having a story outline, well-developed characters, and a cool setting. Then they will be ready to start the journey of creating a graphic novel.
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$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
45 minutes per class
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Using comic art not only motivates children to read and enables them to enjoy a richer imagined world when reading comics. This class helps them to take that wonderful imagination and turn their pages of art into the accompanying story and a polished comic. Students will learn the recipe for developing a comic strip. Before drawing the comic strip, they will learn to write the story and develop the characters and setting that they intend to relay in the comic strip. After writing the story,...
Students will learn the recipe for developing a comic strip. Before drawing the comic strip, they will learn the importance of writing a story outline and developing the characters and setting. After assembling all the peices, they will use art to bring their story to life.
I have always been obsessed with writing. I remember in the third grade I wrote a short story and my teacher chose me to present it in a city-wide oratory. I was hooked, I wanted to be a writer. In college, I took many classes in writing but they seemed to stifle my creativity and my career took a different direction. I also love art! What better way to combine passions than cartooning?! For me, writing is a way of breaking away from reality because, as one of my professors told me, the paper will never reject my pen. Now, I enjoy blogging, journaling, and teaching creative writing to young learners. I hope to see your child in my classroom!
Students will have time to complete the majority of writing and drawing in class however in the event that they are not able to complete the day's work this will be assigned as homework to ensure they are able to progress to the next steps with the rest of the class. Homework will be communicated in the classroom.
Students will need: • pencil and eraser • fine-tipped parker to "ink" the comic • pencil crayons or markers to add color to their art • printed handouts provided prior to the lessons
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
“You’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.” – Winnie the Pooh
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524 total reviews
424 completed classes
Hi everyone! Thank you for stopping by. I believe that learning should be fueled by joy and creativity. I find that students learn best when they are engaged in creative activities, conversation, and problem-solving with a teacher that they...