New-Innovative Language Approach
English Language Art — Novel Study
Reading/Writing Skills — Grades 4-6
Discover the wild imagination
of young author
and dive into the world of a very special Komodo dragon named Squeak. Help your students unlock their creativity and sharpen their language skills with Sébastien's novel study:
The True Story of the
The complimentary teachers' resource was designed for elementary students (4 to 6). However, some middle school students have also enjoyed the fiction novel, and their teachers and parents have declared that:
"the book has definitely revealed a world of possibilities
in many homes and classrooms everywhere."
Teachers, parents and children have participated in a pilot program (second rough draft), and have experienced Squeak's journey. They have shared their thoughts with us; you can read their comments here.
Explore the unique universe of Experimental Fiction and watch your students unravel right before your very eyes. See the thrill on their faces when they embark on an experimental project, and feel their joy as they share their chef-d'euvres with the world.
There’s nothing like it!
Follow the links below and you will have as much fun as your students
in all subjects including storytelling, imaging, design,
page layout, traditions, conventions, grammar
and syntax, although spelling should be correk.
I mean correct!
In short, expect the opposite of what you teach;
this might be both interesting and challenging.
. . . and one more thing,
WHAT IS THE FOURTH WALL?
The term originated in the theater, where it refers to the imaginary wall at the front of the stage separating the audience from the performers. The fourth wall, along with the sides and back of the standard stage, encloses the created world of the play.