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Writing with Comic Creator on Read Write Think

by Samuel Sennott

Things have shifted dramatically where we encourage students to have comic books in school, all because they are reading and are motivated!  Writing a comic can be enjoyable for students of varying ages.  Check out the excellent Comic Creator on the Read-Write-Think site.  Be careful of losing work though as there is not a save feature.  For some users, you may want to create a system of drafting into an open document and cutting and pasting into the Comic Creator. Also, note that by using tab and enter, this application is two switch step scan accessible with a rating of moderate to good.  Learners without mousing ability will still need help to drag their choices of characters, bubbles, or items into the comic window.

Comic Creator Screenshot

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May 7, 2008 - Posted by | AAC, Literacy, Special Education, writing

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