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Students can then share their thinking with a student nearby and if they choose, add each other’s words to their brainstorm.Once pairs have shared with each other, have students feed back their thinking and brainstorming as a whole class and look for some major themes that emerge from the discussion.(ACELA1516) (EN3-3A) Have students sit in a circle with a talking piece (it could be a whiteboard marker, tennis ball, any object that is available).Only when the student has that talking piece, can they talk.You'll love Shane as the cat must by the time they get there.The shock is on the last page when they crawl through a chain link fence into "home", a tiny shack, a cubby hole, really, where the boy has obviously lived alone for some time. With stunning illustrations by Gregory Rogers, this is the story of Shane and a cat with no name as they wander the streets at night on their way home.
(This book is out of print as of 1/98 but you can request that the bookstore locate a copy for you.) Picture Book. This review by Carol Otis Hurst first appeared in Teaching K-8 Magazine April 1995.In 1995, Gregory won the Kate Greenaway Medal for his illustrations in WAY HOME.He is the first, and to date the only, Australian illustrator ever to have won this prestigious British award.Her best-selling novel was named as a Notable Book for 2015 by the CBCA.Libby is a keen educator, has lectured part-time at Sydney University; is a guest at conferences such as PETAA, and writers’ festivals such as the Ubud Writers’ Festival, 2012; the Adelaide Writers Festival, 2015; and is devoted to poetry and to ‘spreading the word’ about poetry.