Life Science in Comics by Randy Yang is Released
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and sometimes that's truer than others. A California science teacher who began integrating hand-drawn comics into his lessons noticed student learning improved dramatically. This new book features a set of comics Randy Yang drew that address key concepts in Life Science (fundamental biology) to make learning easy and fun.
"If you are someone who believes in equal opportunity for all learners, including visual learners and struggling readers, this book is for you," said Randy Yang. "That is why I created this book."
"Life Science in Comics" embodies all 39 state standards of Life Science, including ecology, cell biology, genetics, evolution and anatomy / physiology. It is a real comic book, which means it is made of 100 percent comics, with clear and concise voice bubbles and captions for ease of reading. And each comic frame is carefully placed to guide the reader through the learning process.
Author Randy Yang, who has taught science in public schools for five years, earned a master's degree in education from the University of California-Los Angeles and a bachelor's degree in biological sciences from UC-Irvine.
For additional information, please visit http://www.lifescienceincomics.com.
Life Science in Comics
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-4575-2178-2 368 pages $26.95 US
Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.
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