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David Thornburg. “Images First, Text Second” - A reflection. Comic Books vs. Book Report. Students are allowed to use both images and text Must identify the most important images and connect the text to it Stimulates the readers imagination and shows understanding of the topic

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David Thornburg

“Images First, Text Second”

- A reflection


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Comic Books vs. Book Report

  • Students are allowed to use both images and text

  • Must identify the most important images and connect the text to it

  • Stimulates the readers imagination and shows understanding of the topic

  • “Old Medium with New Eyes”


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“…no additional cost for images on a computer display…”

  • Easier to create words from images, than to create images from words

  • Students thrive on visual images, not on words on the page

  • Using more graphics on a website attracts students more, and costs the same


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Comic Books? display…”

  • Great point – images and words create imagination between each frame

  • Concrete  Abstract

  • Reception  Perception

  • Images move to words, which creates imagination in the students


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Reflection display…”

  • This would be the page where you make points that you agree or disagree with and what you felt about the article

  • I agreed with __________ because…

  • I disagreed with ________ because…


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