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Communicating Ideas Using Posters, Newspapers, and Comics

Have your students try this fun, interactive site to learn about communicating via posters, newspapers, or comics.
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Communication is important in everything we do, so have your students try this fun, interactive site to learn about communicating via posters, newspapers, or comics. In the Poster section, they'll watch a movie trailer, learn the about the parts of a poster, and then create their own poster for the movie. In the Newspaper section, they'l watch a news broadcast, learn the parts of a newspaper, and create their own newspaper. In the Comics section, kids view three examples of comic strips, learn about the parts of a comic strip, and create their own comic strip. Projects can be previewed and printed when done.

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