Schwarz, Gretchen: "Media Literacy, Graphic Novels and Social Issues." In: Studies in Media & Information Literacy Education 7.4 (2007), S. 1–11.
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Collection: Studies in Media & Information Literacy Education
Media literacy education, social issues, and graphic novels all have a role to play in educating students for civic education. The graphic novel is especially useful for secondary students because many titles touch on important social-political issues. Moreover, this medium offers excellent opportunities for media literacy education, students learning to ask questions and evaluate information that is communicated through print, image, and technology. A rhetorical analysis, engaging media literacy skills, is offered along with other lesson ideas and suggested graphic novels titles.
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