Gimme Your Comics!
Submitted by Boydegg on March 6, 2006 - 11:22
Dear Comixpedia folk,
I'm trying to get a website off the ground - aimed at students and teachers of English as a second language. If you haven't seen it, it's at grammarmancomic.com.
So here I am scrounging ... Would you let me use a page or three of your comic on my site? The idea would be - I make a lesson plan and worksheets based on your comic strip (focusing on grammar, slang, spelling, punctuation, dialogue or whatever), then teachers use it in the classroom, or students use it to improve their English.
But what would I get out of it? (I hear you cry) Well ... I'd link the resource back to your homepage, and put your URL on all the worksheets and other materials. So a teacher prints it off, makes 30 or so copies and gives them to the students, hopefully some of those students dig your work and go to check out your site. My site's been online since December, and already my existing teaching materials have been downloaded several hundred times each - so it's hopefully a good chance to boost your readership and reach new audiences.
If you'd like to have a go, email me: Thanks for reading this far.
ps - since the materials might be used with kids or teens, they'd have to be stirps with no swearing, nudity, drugs-seen-to-be-fun etc (though excessive bloodshed seems to be acceptable for all ages these days)