Becky Foellmer
Apr 4, 2017

Comic Template


Edited: Oct 21, 2018

To go along with Kaitlyn's post regarding creating Comics in Health class (, here is a template I created that attempts to mimic a Comic Life template: And, here's another option:

We had students create comics that we posted around the school. The topics were things such as anti-bullying, how to be a good teammate, etc. Students worked in groups to determine the pictures they needed, then took the pictures, and collaboratively created they comic. Some students took the approach of showing what shouldn't occur (not cool) and then showed the appropriate way (cool).

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