Graphic Novel Report Guidelines

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Graphic Novel Report DUE DATES Selections Due: 2/12/2008 Graphic Novel Report Due: 3/18/2008 The GN Report is students’ opportunity to display what they have learned from the course thus far. Students will be expected to chose a graphic novel from the NSCC’s Library, their own local library, or if they chose to do so, to purchase one. Students are encouraged to select recommended list attached to this sheet, but are not required to do so. However, also remember that the instructor reserves to reject selections deemed inappropriate for the assignment. Selection Process : For this assignment, students should select singular self- contained graphic novels. Choices such as New X-Men Volume 4, Sandman Volume 3, or Walking Dead Volume 7 are not acceptable. Look for graphic novels that are not part of a series. Additionally, students should select stories that they correspond to or are interested in. That means, if you are not a science-fiction junkie, don’t chose a graphic novel that entails time-travel, space battles, and aliens. Consider what kinds of genres you generally drift to and seek them out. Reading : Students are encouraged to read the graphic novel more than once. Like reading a book or watching a film, second (and third) reads often provide the reader with more information they didn’t notice on the first run. Students might also want to keep notepad to jot down plot points, ideas, and interesting displays with accompanying page numbers. Writing : These papers should not be a report retelling what the graphic novel is about. Students should spend no more than a moderate sized paragraph summarizing the plot points. Students should be using this report to showcase what they have
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course IDS 102 taught by Professor Eaton during the Spring '08 term at North Shore Community College.

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