History of Science Fiction Teaching Guide
Excite and engage students with The History of Science Fiction: A Graphic Novel Adventure from publisher Humanoids. This teaching guide is Common Core-aligned for grades 11-12 —and packed with exciting student projects, engaging discussion topics, additional research and reading resources, and more.
The History of Science Fiction: A Graphic Novel Adventure is an expansive look at the development of science fiction and the historical forces that have shaped it. You can unlock exciting new learning opportunities with Pop Culture Classroom’s companion teaching guide for the graphic novel.
The History of Science Fiction: A Graphic Novel Adventure, written by author/historian Xavier Dollo and illustrated by Djibril Morissette-Phan, offers readers a thrilling voyage into the pages of some of the most famous science fiction stories of all time and the minds that created them.
The guide is great for high school and college students, and specifically aligned to 11th and 12th grade Common Core standards. Students can learn about authors like Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, Isaac Asimov, John Wood Campbell, A.E. Van Vogt, Robert A. Heinlein, Theodore Sturgeon, Judith Merril and others. — along with the times and imaginations that shaped them. Students can explore issues like technological advancement, diversity and representation, cultural impact and inspiration, and the fear of change through the project ideas and discussion topics provided in the guide.