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Comics Resources at the University of Florida & Why Aren’t Comic Books Commonly Used in the Classroom? What Subjects Are Suitable for Comics?
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Comics Resources at the University of Florida&Why Aren’t Comic Books Commonly Used in the Classroom? What Subjects Are Suitable for Comics?Laurie N. F. Taylor Laurien@ufl.edu

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Comics Resources at the University of Florida

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Why Aren’t Comic Books Commonly Used in the Classroom?Bias, Lack of Access, & Lack of a Critical Knowledge MassWhat Subjects Are Suitable for Comics?All or any

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Bias, begins with: Easy AnswerReal Answer: Hybrid form with image and text All the concerns of “bad books” and “bad art” Comics Code Authority Established in 1954 No charges to be filed in Guilford book flap, By Rachael Scarborough King, Register Staff 10/17/2007 Teacher assigned Eightball #22, by Dan Clowes, which contained a discussion of rape and murder and had some sexual images.

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Benefits Trump Bias• Fun • Seem easy • Inspirational • Showing & Telling • Through Metaphor • Helpful for Learning, Living, & Coping • Other Voices

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Online Comics Materials:Exhibits, Comics, Reviews, Lesson Plans are creating access and building a critical mass of knowledge.

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Subjects:Literacy Visual Literacy Visualization Metaphor Art Literature Writing History Science (science fiction that inspires thought goes through the scientific process)

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• Classics Illustrated • Superhero Comics: Spider-Man • Marvel • Historical Comics: P*S Reign of the SuperMan • Maus, Persepolis • Mutants • Literature • Current events, social responsibility, life and death • Real world • History Technical Writing Teenagers who write are cool • History, literature, art, and more • Coping with being different

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Comics Resources at the University of Florida & the Classroom? What Subjects Are Suitable for Comics? Laurie N. F. Taylor Laurien@ufl.edu

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Comics Resources at the University of Florida

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Commonly Used in the Classroom? Bias, Lack of Access, & Lack of a Critical Knowledge Mass What Subjects Are Suitable for Comics? All or any

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Bias, begins with: Easy Answer Real Answer: Hybrid form with image and text Comics Code Authority Established in 1954 No charges to be filed in Guilford book flap, By Rachael Scarborough King, Register Staff 10/17/2007 Teacher assigned Eightball #22, by Dan Clowes, which contained a discussion of rape and murder and had some sexual images.

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Benefits Trump Bias Fun Seem easy Inspirational Showing & Telling Through Metaphor Helpful for Learning, Living, & Coping Other Voices

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Online Comics Materials: Exhibits, Comics, Reviews, Lesson Plans are creating access and building a critical mass of knowledge.

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Subjects: Literacy Visual Literacy Visualization Metaphor Art Literature Writing History Science (science fiction that inspires thought goes through the scientific process)

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Classics Illustrated Superhero Comics: Spider Man Marvel Historical Comics: P*S Reign of the Super Man Maus, Persepolis Mutants Literature Current events, social responsibility, life and death Real world History Technical Writing Teenagers who write are cool History, literature, art, and more Coping with being different

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