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Girl Power! (Part IV) Graphic Novels Written by Women and/or About Strong Girls
In this ongoing course we will read a different graphic novels written by women about young strong girls by Raina Telgemeier, Kayla Miller, Jennifer Holm, Victoria Jamieson and others.
Danielle Rhodes, PhD
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This will be modeled exactly the same way as my "Girl Power! Graphic Novels written by Woman about Strong Girls." There is no need to take the Parts in order. In this class we will read and discuss graphic novels written by women or with strong girls as the main characters. We will jump right in and students should have the each novel read prior to coming to class. We will read some classics graphic novels and some brand new publications Comic Books have come a long way in the past three...
To explore the genre of the graphic novel To consider how text and image affect the reader To think independently about the issues raised in the readings To verbally communicate any interpretations, questions, and information about the the readings
When I was in graduate school, I was a TA for a graphic novel class and it opened up my mind to the possibilities. Today we see many classics being remade into graphic novels (To Kill a Mockingbird, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Giver), and my goal is to introduce some lesser known titles that encourage girl power!
There will be one graphic novel to read each week, some are longer than others. Students will be asked to follow along with a reading guide and prepare answers to the discussion questions for our class meetings.
Students must have copies of that week's book-- can be hardcopy or e-book. These books all have e-versions except for "Hicotea." If you cannot access Hicotea, please let me know and I will make sure you get a copy. In many cases the e-books are cheaper and there are many used versions available. 9/20: Drama--Raina Telgemeier 9/27: Brave-- Svetlana Chmakova 10/4: Primer--Thomas Krajewski 10/11: When Stars are Scattered-- Victoria Jamieson 10/18: Act--Kayla Miller 11/8: Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel-- Mariah Marsden 11/15: Swing it Sunny-- Jennifer Holm 11/22: The Witch Boy-- Molly Knox Ostertag 12/6: Anti/Hero-- Kate Karyus Quinn 12/13:PrinceLess: Save yourself-- Jeremy Whitley 12/20: Drama--Raina Telgemeier 12/27: Brave-- Svetlana Chmakova
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55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
These novels range in recommended ages from 8 to 13. I encourage parents to review the texts if they are concerned about appropriateness for their child.
Danielle Rhodes, PhD
Instilling Confidence and Having Fun
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
235 total reviews
99 completed classes
Hi! I'm so excited to be a part of the Out School community. I have a PhD in English and have been teaching composition, technical writing, and American and British literature at the post-secondary level since 2008 at universities, two year...