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Climate change in comics drawings and caricatures

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CLIMATE CHANGE IN COMICS DRAWINGS AND CARICATURES

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  • Students will explain climate change trough cartoons and comics.
  • Students will learn how to make cartoons and comics


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  • Prepare a poster, brochure, infographic, video, etc that is one adaptation strategy from an economic, social and environmental perspective

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  • Self-publish your comic. As tools for self-publishing become more widespread, the ease of publishing material has greatly increased. Resources such as Amazon’s CreateSpace allow authors to easily.
  • CreateSpace will automatically list your comic on Amazon, and will print copies to match orders.

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  • If you feel like your strip would be a good fit for newspapers, talk to a syndicate. These are publishing groups that sell their comics to papers around the world. Syndicates receive thousands of submissions every year, and typically only pick about 3-4 strips.

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https://www.createspace.com/

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http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Comic

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  1. The students are asked which comics and cartoons they like the most.
  2. Explain why cartoons and comics interest young people more than normal articles and news.


(Comics have a way of making us feel. Whether it's laughter, sadness, intrigue, excitement, or any other emotion, the power of a visual story is undeniable. Creating your own comic can be a rewarding experience and can be easier than you think. Make a great comic. You'll need a story, a style that's all yours, and a format that fits both. From there, create a rough sketch and publish your final masterpiece online or in print before drawing, painting, and painting the final comic.)

Follow the link below on how to draw comics:

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Comic

https://www.storyboardthat.com/storyboard-creator

www.canva.com

www.bookcreator.com


1. Development of the comic in this lesson
  • Write down the basics
  • Write what you know.
  • Decide on a style
  • Pick a format.


2. Creating the sketch
  • Write a script.
  • Sketch out the frames
  • Make sure your panel layout makes sense.
  • Experiment with different uses for text
  • Ask yourself if every frame matters.Experiment with the frame structure



3. Drawing comics
  • Create the frames
  • Start adding content to your frames
  • Draw your final lines
  • Scan the comic
  • Clean up the image
  • Create your own font
  • Add dialogue and speech bubbles in Photoshop.
  • Color your comic.



4. Publishing Your Comic topics will be taught.
  • Upload to an image host and spread the links
  • Create a DeviantArt account.
  • Create your own web comic page.
  • Self-publish your comic


Students will be able to make cartoons and comics under titles in the lesson, and those who cannot finish will be able to continue at home.