I have decided that to celebrate the relaunch of my website and finally dipping my toe into the digital ocean. I am going to release one worksheet a day for the month of May. All of the files will be in PDF and will be printable and can be brought straight into a class. I have […]
Ugly Koreans, Ugly Americans By Professor Min Byong-Chul While not really a comic book, more an illustrated guide, this book is a must read for any teacher in Korea, and has proved invaluable in preparing several lessons that I have had to do in the past on the subject of cultural differences. The book is […]
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Waterson One of the most successful and longest-running comic strips was Calvin and Hobbes. Telling the story of a young boy and his imaginary pet tiger, filled with stories of childhood and growth. I have always had a soft spot this comic book may be because of identifying with Calvin. […]
An interview I was asked to take part in at the national conference. Talking about comic books and their use in teaching.