Delaney. Age: 23.
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Emma. Age: 23.
Creating Comic Strips
All must students create a cartoon based on a mathematical concept from a recent unit subtraction, addition, multiplication, division, time, money, comparing numbers and so on. All students must draw a comic strip based on a math concept with 10 panels. The panels must have clearly drawn characters, an explanation of a math technique, concept or rule, and they include some elements of humor, irony or drama in the cartoon.
Kairi. Age: 20.
4 – Math Comic Strip DUE 22 November 2013
Advanced Search Know the image number? The Math Comic Strips gathered from over thirty leading newspaper comic strips. These are available for you to license for booksmagazinesnewsletterspresentations and websites.
Instrumental genesis is chosen as the conceptual framework to characterize the interplay between the specific characteristics of a comic and the pieces of scientific knowledge to be translated. Six workshops were conducted and analyzed. The results show that the TSCAs followed the codes that are specific to the comic strip medium and took some distance with the science integrity.