The Lost Thing – Shaun Tan Teacher’s Guide 2009 Page 2 of 8 INTRODUCTION The Lost Thing is the first picture book that Shaun Tan has both written and illustrated, and the result is a wonderful, warm, humorous story that will be read and enjoyed by a wide range of Where does it belong? <> Make sure that learners do it based on what they think, without being influenced by their peers. Watch the trailer for the animation. “The lost thing feels unhappy in the world where everyone is the same, and feels welcome in the world where everything and everyone is different”. There are 3 ways to separate the extra information, commas, brackets and dashes. How are they similar / different? It is a useful book for exploring ideas around fitting in and not fitting in. This would be before you read the story to the group.2. Fist to five is a silent way for everyone to show their opinion about a statement or issue. MS Office Pro Plus 2016 x64. Use publishing software to design a ‘Missing’ poster for the Lost Thing. The image packs below include pictures of lots of different aspects of Stone Age life... people, families, cave paintings, homes, tools, weapons and prehistoric monuments. Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically. The Lost Thing brings fun to the teenager when he gives a ball to the teenager to play with him and they build a sandcastle together. Which do you prefer? Stay up to date and receive our free email newsletter! <> endobj Could you write some narration to accompany it? 1. Explore our library and use wonderful books in your lessons! Windows 10 1803. 1 0 obj You could use Fist to Five (see box right) for this to allow everyone to participate. x���Mk�@������&3����GŢ`�@�)1z0R���5��zYfv�gvf�.����t��1 �J��� gZ�E�wP�A:y�(a�(��d����^u��%0����eU"*��d_`�{XIҠ� ��'F��B�:x�m"-D�%�"ߞ.�Vz5�O+c�/k��vo��N��#��f�C�":"�D�㼽���dv"��^%w A set of homework / home learning certificates that you can print and give to your children. Allowed HTML tags: