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Comic Strip Templates

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10 pages (PDF)|Suitable for Grades: 1 - 7

A set of templates for students to write their own comics.

Comic strips are an effective instructional tool to use in class with students from different grades. They often express messages or provide brief synopsis of events or stories. Comics include the the story elements – character, setting, problem, and solution – all within a few frames through a combination of pictures, captions, and dialogue, making them great to use when working on these elements in class. They are also a great way to engage reluctant writers to begin a story using the beginning, middle, and end.

Use these Comic Strip Templates to help your students write their own narrative text in the form of a comic. The comic could be about them or any other character they choose to make up.

This teaching resource includes a variety of templates to suit your needs in the classroom.

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  • Distribute these role cards to your students to assist them in performing their reciprocal teaching role during reading groups. The reciprocal teaching roles explained on the cards include:

    • the questioner
    • the clarifier
    • the predictor
    • the summariser.
    Check out our blog for hints and tips on how to set up guided reading in the classroom.

    by Stephanie (Teach Starter) Jun 19th, 2017

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