WONDER #2521: Are Graphic Novels Books?

Question 1 of 3

Which is NOT a benefit of reading graphic novels?

  1. Lower vocabulary
  2. Improved ability to comprehend what you read
  3. Stronger memory
  4. Better ability to make inferences

Question 2 of 3

Which of these BEST proves that reading a graphic novel and reading other types of books have similar effects on your brain?

  1. “It also helps them understand language and the order of events when they read.”
  2. “Are graphic novels books? Well, yes, of course, they are!”
  3. “Graphic novels come in a wide variety of genres.”
  4. “As you interpret the images and text in a graphic novel, your brain comprehends the story in the same way it does text-based books.”

Question 3 of 3

What was the main idea of this Wonder?

  1. Graphic novels are better than other types of books.
  2. Graphic novels are books, and there are many benefits to reading them.
  3. People who read graphic novels like adventure stories.
  4. Some graphic novels are based on real books, while others fit into various genres.

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