Make A Comic Strip: Sequencing

Need a new and different idea for project based learning for sequencing or time order? Go beyond worksheets and have students create a comic strip and demonstrate higher order thinking. Two sites that are particularly easy to manipulate and complete in a time intensive pacing environment:

Lesson plans and the link to creating a comic strip page are here. Ideas are given on the jump page and suggestions, and once you are ready, students can make their comic. Suggestion: Save this page on the H drive and save yourself some time from having students type in the URL.

Similar to above, but Professor Garfield has more color and of course, has Garfield in as the main character. To try it out, click here.

For Further Reading:

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