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Sample Lesson Plans

All over the country, teachers are using graphic novels and comic books to supplement their curricula... in some cases, they're even inventing their own curricula, applying the unique stories and properties of graphic novels to improve literacy, reading comprehension and enjoyment.

Here at BookShelf, we plan to help out teachers by providing lesson plans for selected titles, crafted by qualified educators. To get started, we have provided lesson plans for Elementary, Middle and High School using several popular graphic novels.

If you would like to contribute a lesson plan to the Bookshelf, simply send us an e-mail!

Lesson plans for graphic novels that are appropriate for Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade (Ages 4-10).
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Lesson plans for graphic novels that are appropriate for Sixth through Eighth Grade as well as High School (Ages 9-12).
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Lesson plans for graphic novels that are appropriate for Ninth through Twelfth Grade (Ages 13-18+).
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March 2020 | Dr. Katie Monnin reviews Sera & the Royal Stars from Vault Comics and Spider-Gwen: Spider Geddon from Marvel, providing lesson plan suggestions for how they could be used in a classroom or workshop setting.
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  • Dr. Katie Monnin reviews Skip from Nobrow, providing lesson plan suggestions for how it could be used in a classroom or workshop setting.
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  • Dr. Katie Monnin reviews The Rose of Versailles Volume 1 from Udon Entertainment, providing lesson plan suggestions for how it could be used in a classroom or workshop setting.
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  • Dr. Katie Monnin reviews Batman: Damned from DC Comics, providing lesson plan suggestions for how it could be used in a classroom or workshop setting.
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  • Dr. Katie Monnin reviews Diana: Princess of the Amazons from DC Comics, providing lesson plan suggestions for how it could be used in a classroom or workshop setting.
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