Lukes Way of Looking by Nadia Wheatley and Matt Ottley

Lukes Way of Looking by Nadia Wheatley and Matt Ottley

 

Multi-modal text and video on Luke’s Way of Looking by Tim of The Magic Crayons.

I am proud to announce that this is now the University of South Queensland USQ exemplar video for the Graduate Diploma in Teaching course, module EDX2170. Please check the YouTube comments for wonderful feedback from Matt Ottley, the illustrator. I am happy to answer any technical questions about this video via YouTube. Please post assignment questions in the USQ forums for your tutors :-)

Luke’s Way of Looking (Amazon)

Designed for Years 1 and 2 but equally suited for ages 5 to 10 and up this high quality multimodal text / video introduces the ideas behind the book. I work at an International Baccalaureate (IB) school, and this serves as a great provocation or introduction to the units of enquiry: How we express ourselves, and, Who we are. Set this video to watch as flipped classroom homework, or use in class as a way into the book. Potential enquiry questions include: Does everyone look the same? Do we all see things the same way? What do people think of you? How do you feel about that?

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