‘The Viewer’ by Gary Crew and Shaun Tan
If there is any picture story book that captivates the reader of all ages, take a look at ‘The Viewer’. The grade was inspired to use complex sentences to describe their feelings and thoughts. The valuable writing data from this lesson has definitely been taken further so the students can publish and submit the task in their Writer’s Gifts.
4 thoughts on “The most amazing lesson I’ve ever taught: Shaun Tan & Gary Crew ‘The Viewer’”
This book is full of mistery, something all ways hiding in the shadows then poping it’s head out. Thats when we all think of all different ideas.
I infer when he is older he is going to be a mecanic or a inventor because his interest of toys and the way how he is so fasanated of the trash and how persicted he is of the parts and objects are facing and where they go and thats for the trash. The trash/dump was muggy and poluted with smokebut for a diserted place there was some historyexample the 1969 rocket and some compasses. xie xie for reading my thinking
Riley it is great to see your detail comments on blog again. Xie xie for practice using mandarin in your writing. I love it!
Xie Xie ni Mrs Ng I can’t wait for our manderin lesson