Friday, September 11, 2015

Comic Maker

By Abbie and Ellie

One of our favorite apps that we have used to present has to be Comic Maker. Comic Maker is a free app, and it is helpful when presenting. This app is a fun way to present and can help teachers keep their students' attention when teaching. It can help teach a very complicated subject and make it fun, or entertaining, at the same time. It is also easy to use. 

We used this app to teach a concept we had learned previously in the school year. This could be used in other classes as well. We taught concepts from other classes besides computer. Here are some examples...



Here is Austin teaching us about the Northern Cardinal. He was able to use this app to teach us about something he had learned in Mrs. Lowery's science enrichment class. He did a great job, and everyone loved the pictures and comic strips that he was able to use because of this app.

Catherine and Joshua also did an amazing job using this app. Hopefully they will use this again and encourage others to use it too. This is Catherine's presentation...

Joshua's presentation is a good example of how to use the cartoons embedded in the app. His presentation is serious, yet still interesting. Here is Joshua's presentation...


Everyone did a great job and had a great time! We really hope others might use this app too.





3 comments:

  1. This looks like a fun APP I could use with family pictures.
    Thank you for the information!

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  2. Hello, I am Nicholas from California in Ms. Chen's class. I really love how everyone presented their own little comic strip (everybody did an excellent job) and I think that I could use that app to study for tests because I am horrible at remembering test material. Here is one of my blog posts. https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/dlifngr0q84ty8wkz44xz2epj

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  3. Hi Abbie and Ellie! It's Chamine from Ms. Chen's class in California. The comic strips that you guys have made makes me want to use the app too! This app must make learning boring things extremely fun!

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