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Visual Lit Presents: Graphic Novel Writing Introduction
In this one 50 minute course, students will learn the basics of graphic novel writing like how to set up graphic novel pages, how to craft character bios, how to map story lines, and how to sketch productively.
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What will be taught? Students will learn the basics of story telling structure, graphic novel panel pages, character development, and sketchnoting ideas for later writing production How is your class structured? 5 minute warm up with a "get to know my character/ world" drawing activity. 10 minute explanation of Joseph Campbell's the hero's journey, 10 minute overview of layout and pacing of the story, 10 minute activity: pinpointing your unique visual style; 10 minute activity: "test your...
Students will improve their understanding of the hero's journey, graphic novel set up, pacing as an artist, and goal setting for writers
Teacher has 15 years experience guiding learners into productive character/ plot building without the need for overly violent references.
Students will need: 1. working camera to share work with class 2. something to write on (digital or analog) 3. something to write with (digital or analog)
Students will be required to share their pieces, so working camera after check-in is required (only to show work! camera does not need to be on the student the whole time).
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students may have characters that they bring to class who have violent background stories. No explicit violence will be discussed in class, and teacher is experienced in guiding discussion away from violence.
Nationally recognized teacher of excellence: English Language Arts, Speech, Debate, Philosophy
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
47 total reviews
91 completed classes
Hi! My name is Jordan Kohanim. :-) I have been teaching high school English Language Arts for 15 years in the United States. I am a member of the Review Board for the National Council for Teachers of English (NCTE). I also am a nationally...