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MakeBeliefsComix

MakeBeliefsComix A rich, interactive site where learners can create their own comic strips by selecting characters with different moods and making them talk and think. Includes story ideas and prompts to help jump-start ideas. An excellent device for teaching language, reading, writing,
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MakeBeliefsComix


A rich, interactive site where learners can create their own comic strips by selecting characters with different moods and making them talk and think. Includes story ideas and prompts to help jump-start ideas. An excellent device for teaching language, reading, writing, story-telling, and creative self-expression skills. An excellent activity, also, for applying what you know about sequencing events, writing dialogue, and predicting what comes next.

Bill Zimmerman

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• High School Middle School

Judy O'Neill

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