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GRAPHIC NOVEL!!!

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Get Graphic! Using Graphic Novels in the Classroom and Library Media Center Ted Schelvan LIS 406 Baughman/Diggs April 10, 2006

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What is a Graphic Novel? Book length Complete story told through a blend of content and consecutive workmanship. Like comic books, incorporate numerous kinds (sentiment, activity, awfulness, dramatization, science fiction, satire, and so forth.). Clermont Public Library http://www.clermont.lib.oh.us/gn_und.html

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What is Manga (mahn-gah) is the Japanese word for comic. Most manga books are perused in the customary Japanese style from right to left. Deciphered manga books were brought into the United States in the mid 1990s.

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When did Graphic Novels start? It [Graphic Novel] has been around since 1964, when American funnies faultfinder and magazine distributer Richard Kyle instituted it. "Kyle thought of \'realistic story,\' and from that the \'realistic novel,\' to stir American makers and perusers to seek to comparable aspiration and advancement [European Comics]." A Contract with God by Will Eisner (1978)

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Why use Graphic Novels/Manga? Empowers both hesitant and talented perusers to come into the library. Draw in more young men to checkout books. ESL understudies are aided by the mix of pictures and content. Manga from Japan and Korea energizes enthusiasm for different societies. Increment available for use insights.

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Benefits of Graphic Novels, I Assist Poor Readers Comics and realistic books are magnificent apparatuses for use with youngsters and youthful grown-ups with poor perusing aptitudes. Interface with Visual Learners As instructors turn out to be progressively mindful of the significance of various learning styles, obviously comic books can be an intense apparatus for achieving visual learners. Create Strong Language Arts Skills Several studies have demonstrated that understudies who read comic books routinely have better vocabularies and will probably read above evaluation level.

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Benefits of Graphic Novels, II Encourage Unmotivated and "Dormant" Readers Teachers regularly utilize non-book materials to empower perusing. Comic books are a perfect medium to start interest, liken perusing with happiness, and build up the perusing propensity. Pass on Educational Messages Government offices, the military, exhibition halls, and other charitable associations have since quite a while ago utilized instructive funnies to achieve general gatherings of people. Invigorate Readers to Explore Other Literature Many comic book fans get to be ardent book perusers. Funnies can animate enthusiasm for a wide range of fiction (dream, science fiction, chronicled, and so forth.) and in addition mythology, legends, and verifiable.

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Visual Literacy Today\'s young grown-ups feel great with non-content visual media, from computer games to graphical symbols utilized with standard PC programs. Comic books utilize a profoundly true to life way to deal with narrating. Comic books use mixes of content and pictures (consecutive craftsmanship) to pass on messages in a way one of a kind to funnies. Understanding funnies requires an extraordinary kind of visual proficiency, which thusly offers a translatable expertise in today\'s profoundly graphical environment. Perusing funnies with a basic eye builds up a thankfulness for craftsmanship and diverse aesthetic styles.

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Issues and misguided judgments with Graphic Novels Where to place them in the library? Assembled all? A few libraries give a particular call number, for example, GN. Another alternative is to list realistic books under the 741.5 Dewey Decimal number nearby comic books. (Maus versus Superman) Quality writing? Are funnies just funnybooks? They take no opportunity to peruse Comics leave nothing to the creative ability The drawings are strange Which to peruse first: words or pictures?

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Superhero Authors of the Graphic Novel Art Spiegelman Will Eisner Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez

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Teaching with Graphic Novels Incorporate realistic life stories, works of art, and history books nearby content releases and sound versions for separated learning. "Maus" can be utilized to supplement educating about the holocaust. Can clarify troublesome ideas/terms in a way that numerous understudies get it.

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Teaching Resources Information Goddess http://www.informationgoddess.ca/Comics&GraphicNovels/teachers&tls.htm Laguardia Community College http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/maus/default.htm

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Things to consider while advancing Graphic Novels Graphic books and comic books are still dubious. A hefty portion of the proposed sites might be hindered by your locale\'s web channel! Gotten comfortable with your locale gathering advancement arrangement and tested book strategy. Turned into an informed purchaser and feel sure about your determinations!

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How Graphic Novels can be chosen Ask your understudies for recommendations. Visit libraries, book shops, and comic shops. Visit distributer and survey destinations on the web. (DC, Marvel, Pantheon) Read audits in expert diaries.

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Selecting age fitting manga Look for the age rating framework symbols on the back of the book. Keep in mind that these are just rules. Sneak peak the book. What is socially worthy in Asia may not be in the U.S. Know that the age rating may increment as the arrangement advances. Ex. "Rave Master" Sample of a rating symbol from a TokyoPop book.

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Resources to investigate Comics Scholarship Annotated Bibliographies www.ComicsResearch.org Grand Comic Book Database http://www.comics.org/Comic Book Database http://www.cbdb.com/Recommended Graphic Novels for Public Libraries http://my.voyager.net/~sraiteri/graphicnovels.htm No Flying No Tights http://www.noflyingnotights.com/ALA: Comic Books and Graphic Novels http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues2005/february05/comicbooks.htm Comic Books For Young Adults: A Guide for Librarians http://ublib.buffalo.edu/lml/funnies/pages/

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