Paper Boats An Anthology of Short Short Stories by Yasar Duyal
  

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Paper Boats An Anthology of Short Short Stories by Yasar Duyal

Paper Boats is a compelling collection of 21 short stories for Years 7 & 8 written by students from immigrant, refugee or asylum seeker backgrounds, reflecting their origins, journey and arrival in Australia. Suitable for upper primary and lower secondary students of English, these lesson-sized stories cover a range of themes and styles that introduce students to writing techniques and the skills of critical literacy. * Contains 21 short stories, organised by theme, that are close in length to student work and can be discussed in a single class session. * Discussion questions develop reading and comprehension skills, with a focus on particular themes and motifs. * Research questions and activities encourage students to learn more about topics of interest. * Writing activities encourage and develop student writing by setting topics or guidelines for writing short pieces.

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Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Yasar Duyal
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

1st April 2011

ISBN

9781107608887


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