I chose to explore Creating Comics with Google Slides by Sylvia Duckworth. She generously shares easy-to-use templates. Here's the result of my creating a comic to talk about story elements. It was a lot of fun to make!
I think my students would love to create something like this. I can see a lot of uses for it. However, some hurdles to using Bitmoji with my students include the fact that not all Bitmojis are appropriate for students, and it would require an extension on their Chromebooks.
My school, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., School #9, has the largest Spanish-speaking ELL population of all the elementary schools in the Rochester City School District. We have two bilingual classrooms per grade level. So I eagerly turned to this topic to learn how the library could better meet the needs of the parents, students, and teachers.
The slideshow School Librarians Can Support English Language Learners made useful suggestions:
Some of the suggestions made in the slideshow I have seen proven to be true in our own library:
As a result of exploring this topic, I have added a link on the sidebar of my library homepage entitled "English Language Learners Resources."