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This pilot project used the production of non-traditional texts including graphic novels and zines to engage Year 7-9 students and reimagine literacy in a small, special school setting. Students worked with zine and graphic novel artists to create their own zines and a collaborative graphic novel. Findings from this project offer implications for educators to reimagine literacy practices with middle years students including engagement with non-traditional texts, interactions with artists, self-publishing, and using diverse tools to support all students.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||Literacy Learning: The Middle Years|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2021|
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Graphic Novels, Zines, and Libraries
Lymn, Jessie (Recipient) & Garrison, Kasey (Recipient), 2018
Prize: Grant › Successful
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Kasey Garrison (Speaker)2021
Activity: Scholarly activities in Learning and Teaching reflection › Peer reviewed publication reflection