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Inspected discriminatingly after the presentation of comic books - >100 papers somewhere around 1935 and 1945
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Accomplishing Educational Goals through Tim Pelton, tpelton@uvic.ca Leslee Francis Pelton, lfrancis@uvic.ca University of Victoria

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Outline History of funnies History of funnies in Education Why use funnies in Education? Why make funnies? Why use Comic Life? Possibilities for funnies in arithmetic Demonstration, Practice

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History of Comics Prehistoric workmanship Egyptian Hieroglyphics Marble Friezes e.g., Parthenon Systine Chapel Satirical/Editorial 1754 Yellow Kid, Outcault 1895 Superman 1938, Shuster & Siegel More data: www.comic-art.com

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History of Comics in Education Examined basically after the presentation of comic books - >100 papers somewhere around 1935 and 1945 "There is not really a subject that does not fit presentation through this medium." Gruenberg, 1944 "Funnies obstruct perusing perception, creative ability, and cause eye fatigue." Rosencran "The Seduction of the Innocent" Wertham, 1954… "Funnies are terrible for youngsters"… 1995-2005 instructing through funnies… Physics, ESL, writing, history, math More information: www.humblecomics.com

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Why use Comics in Education? Persuading for understudies connecting with, credible, fulfilling Self-paced utilization time-connected yet not time-bound More proficient correspondence use pictures to give foundation and setting Flexible – genuine/fanciful, basic/complex Support visual learners – perception Reduce subjective burden – platform

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Why Create Comics? Construct relational abilities Represent thoughts outwardly too Scaffold composing aptitudes Lighten the heap to make important stories Motivate - achievable objective Motivate - cool! Drawback - escalated exertion required drawing aptitudes might be limited tidiness, penmanship and spelling…

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Why use Comic Life? Every one of the advantages of funnies by and large… Simple to utilize low limit and low grating programming No drawing aptitudes required Allows for comic creation with photographs Success Spelling, penmanship and tidiness are no more obstructions Learning craftsmanship ifacts to be glad for www.plasq.com

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Potentials for funnies in Mathematics and Science Education Introduce a valid issue Explain an idea Demonstrate a procedure Generalize a perception Share disclosures Communicate understanding Record encounters

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Contact us We would be cheerful to work with instructors and schools in investigating the possibilities of this innovation further. Tim Pelton, tpelton@uvic.ca Leslee Francis Pelton, lfrancis@uvic.ca

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