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About the Author: Nancy Frey

Nancy Frey, Ph.D., is an educator and Professor of Literacy in the Department of Educational Leadership at San Diego State University.Shehas taught at the elementary, middle, and high school levels and is a teacher leader at Health Sciences High and Middle College.



10 thoughts on “Teaching Visual Literacy: Using Comic Books, Graphic Novels, Anime, Cartoons, and More to Develop Comprehension and Thinking Skills

  1. says:

    This text is formatted like a professional journal Each chapter focuses on a different topic related to visual literacy and is written by a different author Overall, I found this title to be disappointing It is slightly dated, but also didn t contain a lot of new information at least for this reader The chapter on using images as visual literacy supports for students with disabilities was the most helpful overall, but there was one awesome project idea presented in the chapter on using film in the cl


  2. says:

    This book was an awesome look at bringing visual literacy into the classroom I particularly enjoyed the resources and ideas for using political cartoons and videos in the classroom


  3. says:

    Great survey of the ways in which teachers can utilize visuals in the classroom I loved the format of articles by experts in their respective fields I personally was looking forward to the discussions of comics and graphic novels the most, but was surprised at how much the chapter on anime and manga interested me Definitely reconsidering those genres I ll offer a in depth review another time, but my only complaint is that this book is not in color For a book about visual literacy with an opening chapter on, of al


  4. says:

    This book is a collection of essays chapters written by educators who describe how teachers can use visual elements in their classrooms I think most readers will go to the chapters that apply to them rather than read the whole book.I found some of the resources to be helpful, although as the book ages, fewer webpages are currently active I enjoyed the chapters on graphic novels, anime and political cartoons, but the one on picture books was also interesting I just don t teach them.


  5. says:

    not in MINERVA


  6. says:

    Great resource for information on visual literacy and using graphic novels in the classroom.


  7. says:

    Great Ideas but makes some bold claims at times.


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