Saturday, March 24, 2012

Comic Centers

Comics are a fun way to practice identifying spoken words in a story.  Since kids love comics so much I started to use comics as an Art/Writing center when we teach quotation marks.  That's where this freebie came from!

In this center there is a short passage containing quotation marks.  After reading the passage the students will turn the story into a 4 frame comic strip, converting the spoken words in quotation marks to speech bubbles!

For students who need a little more help you can differentiate by having them highlight the words in quotation marks in the story prior to creating their comic strips.  If they need more remediation, you can help the students to find the spoken words in quotations or highlight the words in quotations yourself.

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or click here to get it from Teachers Notebooks.

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