Almost Daily 5: Tweet It

Write a tweet for one of the characters from your graphic novel.

Make sure:

-your tweet is only 140 characters

-include an @ another character

-include a # for a trending topic in your graphic novel


-retweet someone else’s tweet on to your blog



Almost Daily 4

Find and post an image that symbolizes the themes, events, characters or ideas in your graphic novel.


Write a 5 sentence post explaining why you picked the image you did and how it connects to your graphic novel.


Respond to two posts by your classmates.


Almost Daily 3: Hollywood

Select a Hollywood actor or actress to play one of the characters in the movie version of your graphic novel.


Post a picture of the actor or actress.


State what character they would play.


Write a 5 sentence post explaining why they would play that role so well. Explain why they would capture the look and personality of the character.

(do not pick Hugh Jackman for Wolverine)


Respond to two posts by your classmates.


Almost Daily 2: Word Up

1.  Find a challenging or interesting word from the text.

2.  Look up the word and post the word and its definition to your blog.  Write the definition in your own words.  Make sure that your definition of the word clearly and fully explains what the word means.

3.  Read definitions from two other students and use the words in a sentence.  Post the sentences under their definition.

Bonus: try to make the sentences about the graphic novel.

Almost Daily 1: Fun Facts

Click on me and watch!

Use the internet to find an interesting fun fact about the graphic novel you are reading.  You may find a fact about the graphic novel itself, the author, the historical setting (WWII, Poland, Polish Jews,  etc.) or the back story (Wolverine, The X-Men, Stan Lee, etc.)

A tip: try to find the kind of fact that may appear on a pop up video like the one from the link at the top.


Post the fact to your blog.  Make sure you write the fact in your own words and provide enough information that it is clear.


Comment on the facts of two other students.