AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms
AA5 The comic- Pictograms

How to make a picture and tell a story that everybody can understand?

The aim for the students was to tell part of a story or a short story of their choice in only eight boxes. Their drawings had to be inspired by pictograms, but these had to be modified. Everybody, whatever their mother tongue, should be able to understand that story told without words.

The pupils also had to respect the following rules: group several drawings of pictograms in every box to build their story and use only a black felt-tip to realize their final task.
The pupils seem to have appreciated that activity. They understood the objectives well. The productions are satisfactory.

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