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Making Visual Narratives

I am launching a new website called, Making Visual Narratives, that has resources for people teaching about visual storytelling.  Here is the first part of the introductory essay:

 

Stay tuned next month for the conclusion of this essay as well as a proposed Upper Elementary Curriculum for teaching visual narratives.

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