Tree-ear drops one of the small boxes, shattering it on the ground. It was a good book about an orphan in the 12 century. All the potters begin working at a fast pace in order to have their best work ready to display.
This book would be good for both readers. As Tree-ear Book review a single shard for his first day of work, he feels a great deal of excitement at the idea of learning the craft of the potter. However, after the pottery is fired in the kiln, it all comes out with brown stains that sometimes appear in the finish.
I think this VoiceThread will help students build up a bank of visual images and concepts that can help their comprehension and understanding of the text.
Because I wanted text included as a part of each VoiceThread image, I created a powerpoint of my images with their captions and titles, then used Grab to create the slides that I would then upload to VoiceThread. Tree-ear is eager to learn. As always for me, the most challenging part was to create a narration that was substantive enough to give adequate information on each image, while still remaining accessible for a middle school audience.
At the top of this cliff, Tree-ear is attacked by two robbers who steal all his coins. In this novel, Tree-ear is an orphan who lives under a bridge with Crane-man, a physically disabled man who took him in when Tree-ear was only a small child.
During this time, Tree-ear notices some odd behavior in another potter, Kang. My biggest breakthrough with VoiceThread on this project was purchasing a small external microphone. Tree-ear is devastated by this news and afraid for his own future.
Remember and imagine what some key images from the book look like: Tree-ear begs Min to allow him to work for him for nine days in order to pay for the box.
After taking care to be sure Crane-man will be cared for during his absence, Tree-ear sets off alone for the capital city. Once again, Min works quickly to create two melon shaped vases with intricate, inlaid flowers along the side.
The inclusion of acknowledgments and picture credits models academic integrity for the students.
For a long time he is content with Crane-man under a bridge, barely surviving on scrapes of food. I still needed to re-record many of my comments in order to eliminate an annoying sing-song habit! Tree-ear overhears the conversation between Min and the emissary.
Min begins to beat Tree-ear, accusing him of spying. When Tree-ear reaches the city of Puyo, he goes up to a mountain cliff where it is said a group of women jumped off to the river below to prevent capture by an invading army.
Both vases are broken but one has broken in large pieces, allowing Tree-ear to take a single shard and continue his journey.
Discuss how the themes of food, scholarship, artistry, and courage are expressed in the book. I also included an acknowledgments slide to highlight the people and resources who were of most help in the creation! Unfortunately, the emissary arrives before he can create anything new.
It tells of an orphan boy, Tree-Ear, who gradually becomes assistant to a talented potter, and finds himself going on a journey to try to win the potter an Imperial commission.
Tree-ear walks for days alone, sleeping in the homes of strangers, or alone in the woods.
Assignment To gain an introductory knowledge of some of the geography, history, setting, and themes of A Single Shard. As always, the process of uploading the images and documents was a breeze. Min immediately begins creating inlays in his own pottery.
Min informs Tree-ear that he cannot pay him, but Tree-ear only wants to learn the trade therefore he does not expect payment.
Min has news for Tree-ear as well.Taylor M. (readingqueen) reviewed A Single Shard on 1/23/ + 13 more book reviews Helpful Score: 3 This was a very good book. "A Single Shard" follows the story of Tree-ear, an orphan in twelfth century Korea who begins an apprenticeship with a master potter.
While that brief rundown might make the book seem boring, it’s anything but. "A Single Shard" by Linda Sue Park is about an orphan named Tree-ear who lives with Crane-Man, an old, homeless widower who took Tree-ear in when an epidemic raged through the monasteries', who could not keep Tree-ear in fear of contaminating him.5/5(3).
The book a single shard written by Linda sue park was inspirational and good view but i frowned upon the way this message was delivered and in what setting i did not like it. the books overall plot could have been more developed in a more up to time situation/5.
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A Single Shard is the Newberry Award winning novel by Linda Sue Park. In this novel, Tree-ear is an orphan who lives under a bridge with Crane-man, a physically disabled man who took him in when Tree-ear was only a small child. Tree-ear is fascinated with the potters in his village, especially Min.Download