Replacing Traditional Texts with Graphic Novels at EFL Classrooms

  title={Replacing Traditional Texts with Graphic Novels at EFL Classrooms},
  author={Hasan Caglar Basol and Ece Sarigul},
  journal={Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences},

Effect of the Scaffolded Reading Experience Using a Graphic Novel on the English Reading Comprehension and Reading Motivation of Thai EFL Students.

It would not be presumptuous to say that the younger generation is not reading at a sustained level. Many people view sustained reading as overly time-consuming and unable to meet the instant

Teacher Trainees’ Perspectives of Teaching Graphic Novels to ESL Primary Schoolers

Results show that although the graphics succeeded to entice the pupils into reading the text, the teacher trainee felt that the graphics did not help their pupils in understanding the storyline, and can be used to further investigate the strategies good readers use to read and comprehend graphic novels.

Developing students' reading ability using visual novel for high school students

Recently, many students study from home and their class is conducted online. Many of them spend more time at home, and since their class is conducted online, most of the students have their


Comics are frequently used in foreign language teaching as well as in many areas of education. The fact that comics are interesting and entertaining, have visuality and allow for concretization make

Reading and creating comics in the fully online AFL classroom: Students’ perceptions

APA Citation Azam, M. (2019).Reading and creating comics in the fully online AFL classroom: Students' perceptions [Master’s thesis, the American University in Cairo]. AUC Knowledge Fountain.



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