We suggest all the books in the student resource section.
Dehouske, Ellen. “Original Writing: A Therapeutic Tool in Working With Disturbed Adolescents.” Teaching Exceptional Children. Winter, 1979, Vol. II, No. 2, pp. 66.
Describes herclassroom curriculum using comics.
Lopate, Phillip. “The Comic Book Project” Teachers and Writers. Fall 1976, Vol. 8, Issue 1, pp. 217.
It is one article in a magazine written solely about teaching writing through comics. Excellent’ It is a must.
McLuhan, Marshall. Understanding Media. NY: McGrawHill Book Company, 1964.
Has a chapter on comics.
McLuhan, Marshall. The Medium is the Message. N.Y.: Bantam Books, 1976.
McLuhan describes the technological society in which we live and its effects on us.
Obrien, Richard. The Golden Age of Comic Books, New York: Ballentine Publ., 1977.
Describes an era of comic history.
Schechter, Harold and Semeiks, Jonna. Patterns in Popular Culture. New York, HarperRow, 1980.
Sievert, Bob. “The Comic Book Project A Comic Strip”. Teachers and Writers., Fall, 1976, Vol. 8, Issue 1, pp. 1942.
It describes the project in a comic format. Excellent2
Suid, Murray. “Meet the Wizard of Biff’ Bop’ Pow’ An Interview with Stan Lee.” Learning Nov. 1976, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 8286.
Stan defends comics as an educational tool. Also giving tips on how they can be used in the classroom.