Picture book
Keywords
Age
Grammar Focus
大魚的嘴巴
Book Name
Giant Fish's Mouth
Painter
Kaihua Chou
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
The animals lived happily on a island. Once upon a time, there came the flood. The animals jumped on the boat to take refuge before the flood swallow everything. When the last animal jumped on the boat, they discovered the secret of the island. This picture book use two repeated pattern of a very simple sentence. The readers will learn those two sentence patterns and the concept of nouns. The teacher is also recommended to use the pictures in this picture book to illustrate the concept of up and down, first and rear, and also big and smal.
跟著伍茂去打獵
Book Name
Hunting With Omaw
Painter
Kaihua Chou
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
Umaw is a hunter, with hair like a tree, eyes like a star and a nose like a mountain, which allows him to hide well. Any place that is not easily found by prey. Will he be able to catch his prey this time? The story uses Wu Mao's body to introduce children to his own facial features, hands and feet and other body parts. The focus of this picture book is on the grammar of nouns and noun groups, and learning the grammar of "...like...". The instructor can extend the topic by adding body parts, animal names, or hunting tools.
山豬在做什麼
Book Name
What is the Wild Boar Doing?
Painter
Una Lin
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The boar met many friends in the forest, each friend has its own thing to be good at, and the boar also wanted to be like everyone else, but found himself! Nothing is appropriate. But in the end, he discovered that he had a skill that no one else had. In the picture book, you can learn how to use verbs such as "Shankiang was dancing" and "He saw the cow". The illustrated story also conveys the concept of recognizing one's own strengths and working with friends rather than competing with them. The teacher can supplement the theme with a variety of movements and interests that the students are familiar with and enjoy.
酒醉的山豬
Book Name
Drunk Wild Boar
Painter
Kaihua Chou
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The eagle and the boar promised to play together, but the eagle couldn't find the boar and asked the other animals on the way, but everyone was doing something else. I don't know. Where did the pig go? The story introduces a number of verbs, which can be practiced with the grammar "Because __ in...". There's also the use of the phrase "go ask someone". The final story also conveys the importance of keeping one's word. Credit is a very important thing in our lives, not only in the way we get along with each other, but also whether we can keep our word in everything we do. Responsible performance.
青蛙的惡夢
Book Name
Frog’s Nightmare
Painter
Jhen Lian Gao
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
Frogs love it when it rains! But the rain is getting heavier and heavier, the trees in the forest are breaking, the rolling stones are making loud noises, and the little frogs who live in the forest are very scared. What the hell is going on here? In the picture book, you can learn noun predicates such as "That's the sound of wood," "That's the sound of stone," and "The more... the more..."Teachers can use the grammatical structure of nouns + increasing + state verbs as an exercise in phrasing. It also extends the concept of environmental protection by exploring what is happening in the forest in the picture book.
星星出來了
Book Name
Stars Come Out
Painter
Hsiao Chi Chang
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
Woodpecker works during the day and rests at night. Can't sleep anyway, and he unexpectedly finds owls working at night.... In this picture book, you can learn the three main expressions of action: "...of..." "...please..." and "...after saying (on)...". They can also teach children not to label others arbitrarily based on their own opinions, even if they have made mistakes. Be introspective and brave enough to admit your mistakes.
迷路的山羊
Book Name
The Lost Goat
Painter
Kaihua Chou
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The goat loved to eat the little leaves, so the cow took him to the next mountain, and when he reached there, the goat ate the leaves happily and got separated from the cow. He walked through the hills and paths but still couldn't find his way home, so how could the sad little goat get home? In the picture book, we can learn the sentence patterns "__ like to eat__", "__ see__" and "__ can't find__". The teacher can make adjustments and variations in the difficulty level according to the sentence pattern, e.g. "Goats like to eat young leaves". I like to eat tiny young leaves".
盪鞦韆的小布
Book Name
Swing Siyaw-pu, Swing!
Painter
Kaihua Chou
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
Boar Boo rides a swing in the forest, he rides and rides, he flies over the lilies, he rides and rides again, he rides and rides again, he rides through the lilies, he rides higher and higher, and finally, Boo rides the swing What tall plants will you see? In the picture book, you can learn sentence patterns related to movement expressions, such as "Boo flew over the lilies" and "He crossed the long gnarled yam. " and "...and want more...! The sentence pattern. In addition, you can use words to learn abstract words such as "like," "tall," "fly," and "swing" in picture books. and the comparative syntax of high and low concepts.
明天去野餐
Book Name
Picnic Tomorrow
Painter
Kaihua Chou
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
time
Introduction
What's everyone's favorite weather and season? The animals were having a lively discussion on the beach, some preferring the rain, others the summer, when the crabs suggested their favorite spring... "Let's all have a picnic on the beach tomorrow! Everyone is cheerful and happy to prepare the picnic! The animals in the picture book are talking about weather and climate, so we can learn expressions and questions about time words, such as "tomorrow". Change the sentence patterns of "How was the weather", "How was the weather yesterday" and "Tomorrow is going to be rainy", and practice "...in...". The sentence pattern.
海龜的爸爸
Book Name
The Sea Turtle’s Dad
Painter
Kaihua Chou
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
Daddy sea turtles look for beautiful decorations and delicious food in the deep sea. What's Daddy doing looking for all this food, baby? The story contains many relatives' appellation words, used in conjunction with the conjunctions "__ and __" and "__ and __ do what?". For example, "Mommy and Daddy," "You and your sister should remember to clean up the house," and grammatical structures for asking about destinations and places. The teacher can use the pictures in the picture book to familiarize children with relatives' words and practice them in supplementary example sentences.
大狗的嘴巴
Book Name
Big Dog’s Mouth
Painter
Tama Wang
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
Pawang is a new transfer student at the school, and his new schoolmates are strange and frightening to Pawang. After school, Pawang and Temu go home together. Can Pawang seize the opportunity to become friends with Temu? What funny things will happen on the way home? In the picture book, you can learn the syntax of noun designations and predicates, the expression of names, and rhetorical non-questions, such as "That's not small". "Hoe handle? "Isn't that your hand? The story is based on the Atayal legend of the lazy man who becomes a monkey.
貪心的人
Book Name
Greedy Person
Painter
Una Lin
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
existential sentence
Introduction
Once upon a time, there was a pair of poor brothers in the tribe. The older brother was greedy and vain, and always took what was good for himself, leaving what he didn't like behind. The first thing that I want to do is to get rid of my brother, who is so obedient and thrifty. One day, when the younger brother gets a bamboo that will drop money, what will the older brother do when he sees money? In the picture book we recognize the syntax of the possessive and existential sentences, such as "I have a dog", "There's a lot of money here", and the negation of "I have a dog". Use. The story also teaches that good intentions are rewarded with good rewards, and that it is not good to be overly greedy and vain. Share resources with others.
變成獨角仙
Book Name
Becoming Rhinoceros Beetles
Painter
Chinying Chou
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
static verb
Introduction
Tahai finds the unicorn in the forest. The unicorn's hard shell is black and shiny, and it looks beautiful in the sunlight. I liked it so much that I took the unicorn fairy home with me. At night, Tahai discovers that the world he lives in is different! In the story we can learn degree descriptions, e.g., "It's hot in the summer. "It's very hot in summer. State descriptions, e.g., "The unicorn's shell is black and hard. "Let's fight! "My sister smiled and said. and the negative forms of the exist and own sentences. It also conveys the message of not doing to others what you would not have them do to you.
打擊出去
Book Name
Strike
Painter
Amanda Lee
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
static verb
Introduction
Atung, who loves baseball, joins the team and becomes a new member. No one wants to practice with him. It's almost time for the game, will Atung be able to overcome all the difficulties to play? In the picture book, we can learn static verbs and sentence patterns like "__ and...and...", such as "Atung is short and thin. Learn the sentence patterns of "too + static verbs", e.g., "The bat is too heavy. "He's too skinny. And the prayer, "Eat quickly. "Brush your teeth. The static verbs in the picture book can be added by the teacher using the family language eLand. The story also tells us that even if we are not as good as others, we can still make up for our shortcomings by working hard.
一起去刺魚
Book Name
Let’s Go Spears Fish
Painter
Jieh Lin
Level
lower grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
Wusay and Lohok meet up at the creek to spear fish. Wusay has never speared a fish before, but at Lohok's Wusay quickly learned how to spear fish under his tutelage. In the end, Lohok suggests a fishing contest to see who can shoot more fish and what will happen during the contest! In the story, we can learn the grammar of the completed action, e.g., "The fruit is ripe. "I'm going home. The word "fish," for example, "Wusay and Lohok went to the creek today to spear fish together. "I'm going swimming in the creek today. In addition, teachers can use the performance of the two main characters to encourage students to use Lohok as a model and not to be too complacent and learn from Wusay's courage. The concept of acceptance and experimentation.
老鼠魚傳說
Book Name
The Legend of Janitor Fish
Painter
Kaihua Chou
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
spaces
Introduction
The mouse and the seabird are best friends who live on the island. A small boat and a seabird to find out what's going on. In the story, we can learn the sentence pattern "at + place + action", e.g., "Seabirds and mice live on the island. "The mouse was looking at the sea. , "build __ with __", e.g., "Rats build boat bottoms with sugar cane. "Did you build the hull from trees? , and "want..." sentences, e.g., "The mouse wanted to eat the sugar cane. "It wants to fly into the sky. In addition, teachers can add spatial words such as "left, right, and outside" that are not mentioned in the story for spatial orientation sentence practice.
誰偷了地瓜?
Book Name
Who stole sweet potatoes?
Painter
Jieh Lin
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The owl woke up in the morning and heard someone calling for help outside the door. They came to the barn and didn't see the gherkin, asked the bear, asked the cat, and finally asked the mouse who was supposed to steal the gherkin, but no one saw the gherkin! Who stole the gherkins? We can use the picture book to practice the subject's syntax, e.g., "My gherkin was eaten. "I ate his pineapple. and suggestions such as "Let's go to a restaurant and find out! "Let's go to the mouse's house and visit him! The picture book takes the reader on a journey from place to place in the form of a search for gourds. The expression for the name of the place encountered in the
鹿借兔角
Book Name
The antlers
Painter
Chih Yun Hsu
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
time
Introduction
The arrogant rabbit has a pair of beautiful horns, and he always likes to show them off to the deer, and the deer loves the horns on the rabbit's head. It's envy and jealousy. One day, a deer borrowed a rabbit's horn to try it on, but as soon as the deer put it on, it ran away! The rabbit decides to ask for help from the monkey. In the story, we can learn time words such as "next day," "now," "always," "a long time," etc., to match the sentences in the picture book. Making changes, e.g., "school was closed yesterday", "school is closed today", and we can also learn the progressive grammar. For example, "He's reading a book. "My sister is doing the laundry.
大巨人
Book Name
The Big Giant
Painter
Chinying Chou
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
pronouns
Introduction
Once upon a time, there was an island with a high mountain and many animals living on it. One day a great giant appeared with a wooden pestle and mortar, and he smashed many mountains on the island, destroying the homes of the animals. The island animals gather in fear and try different ways to stop the big giant. Will everyone be able to stop the giants from destroying the world? In the story, we can learn "__ too... of the sentence pattern, e.g., "The bird is too small. and "The giant is too heavy", we can also learn the subject and the genitive forms of various pronouns, e.g., "I'll hit him! "Let's go tickle him. Substitute various pronouns with similar sentence patterns to become familiar with the usage of the sentence patterns.
愛織布的馬耀
Book Name
Weaving Mayaw
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
The story is about a young boy who loves to weave cloth but is not recognized by everyone. Away from danger and back home. In the picture book story, "Mother said, 'Men don't weave, but women do.' Bring out the main point of the lesson and the method, "Nouns", and practice different combinations of nouns and methods with supplementary example sentences.
漁網與太陽
Book Name
The Story of the Fishing Net and the Sun
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
static verb
Introduction
Once upon a time, there were ten suns in the sky. Every day the sun scorched the earth so hot that people could not live, and the first men were sent to shoot the sun. And when they came down, long after they had left the tribe, the sun remained in the sky. There was a little girl, Barnai, who thought of a way to help, but was ignored by everyone and finally managed to catch the sun with her eloquence. The next time, everyone can live a normal life. In the picture book, the sun is hot, the floor is hot, etc., and the sentence patterns of the verbs are practiced.
爸爸的回信
Book Name
Dad’s Reply Letter
Painter
He Yueh Hong
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
existential sentence
Introduction
Uma's father died a long time ago, but her mother, so as not to upset her, told her that he had come to... It's a long way to go to work. When Yuma missed her dad, her mom would take her to the beach. One day, Yuma missed her dad, so she and her mom suggested that they write cards for him and put them in the boat together. Sea. The next day, Mom had Dad's reply in her hand, and Uma had a copy of Dad's reply to Mom, and realized that Uma had known about it. Mother and daughter are finally able to face the fact that their father is not here. The picture book can be familiar with sentence patterns that exist in owning sentences, e.g., "There were three in their family", "There were many clouds in the sky", or Extend the theme of the picture book to discuss the importance of bonding and companionship.
愛畫畫的牛
Book Name
A Cow Who Love Drawing
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
Gulun is a cow. When the white supernatural creature is too fat and unattractive to look at, he gets even more frustrated as he loves to mock Gurung's figure. One day, Gurung wanted to make some changes, so he went to the library to borrow some books, but the librarians wouldn't let him in because he was too fat. The same thing happened in art museums and even bookstores. Chulon asks his school teacher to teach him how to draw. On the paper, he drew himself as a very thin cow. One day, when Egret is resting on her back, a group of wild dogs rush out and try to attack Egret, but they are knocked away by the huge body of GoLong. The egrets are very happy with their egrets, and they become friends with them. In the picture book we can learn, "Don't eat! This is a sentence pattern for an imperative such as "Don't draw" and "Don't paint". And explore the theme of the story to learn about yourself and affirm your own ideas.
一百個古樂樂
Book Name
A Hundred Kulolos
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
Gulak is a very community-minded person who is always on the road to help clear the way. The tribe is kept clean by his efforts. Once, when a typhoon came, a mudslide invaded the tribe. All the streets are so dirty that Gulaku can't clean them all by himself, so he feels very sad. He's still serious about cleaning up the tribe. At this point, the inhabitants of the tribe were touched by him! One, two, three, and finally a hundred inhabitants came together to clean up the tribe! The tribe was quickly restored to cleanliness. Typhoons are common natural disasters in Taiwan, and teachers can provide guidance on typhoon disaster prevention and preparedness. In the story, we can learn a number of descriptive sentences in noun groups, such as "This is the fifth man", "There was a dog", How many of you are there?
人臉辨識
Book Name
Face Recognition
Painter
Shiuewei Yan
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
time
Introduction
The main character grew up in a small tribe by the sea, grew up to work in Taipei and lived in the city for many years. A chance encounter brought him home to his hometown for the trandition ceremony. There are a lot of new and novel technologies in the city, like face-recognition technology, that amaze his mom. His mother wanted him to go back to tribal life, as grandpa was getting older and would forget all sorts of things and need someone to look after him. The protagonist meets grandpa, who he hasn't seen in years, and something very surprising happens as a result. The grammatical focus of the illustrated text is on the use of time words, and the reader learns the narrative of words related to time.
搬家的青蛙
Book Name
Moving frogs
Painter
Chengchieh Chang
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The frogs are moving. Where are they going to live? The weather is getting hotter and hotter, the water in the pond is drying up, the earth is hot, so the frogs decide to move to the moon together! The syntax of the picture book is premises-focused, e.g., "This is where I live. and "That mountain is where the sun comes out. and the contrasting phrases of subject and subject focus, e.g., "The frogs are eating the mosquitoes. The mosquito is the frog's food. Use the sentences in the picture book to practice making sentences repeatedly and to learn the sentence structure of the focus of the premises.
愛樹的小女孩
Book Name
The Little Girl Who Loves Trees
Painter
Shiuewei Yan
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
existential sentence
Introduction
In the small tribe of Kenya, there is a young girl with great intelligence. She is curious about plants and loves all kinds of plants, and with the help of her brother, she gets the opportunity to study. With the help of her brother, she was given the opportunity to study. With her outstanding achievements, she left her home country and went to a more distant country to study plants. Years later, she returned home with a wealth of knowledge, only to find that her hometown was no longer the lush green landscape it once was, with trees cut down and the land uncultivable. Seeing these scenes is very sad, so the girl decided to use her knowledge to help people revive their homes. In the picture book, we can learn sentence patterns that exist, for example, "There are three dogs in his house. and "There are two children in his family. Negative sentence descriptions, e.g., "There is no dog barking here. There are no more birds in the trees. and sentences describing quantity, e.g. "Mom has a dollar. ", "Mommy has ten dollars."
南島的故事
Book Name
The Story of Austronesian Languages
Painter
Ya De Wong
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
spaces
Introduction
Where did the ancestors of mankind come from? This is a very difficult question. The ancestors of humans should have first appeared on land. Most of the area on our earth planet is ocean, and there are many small islands in the south of the Pacific Ocean. Sometimes we dig up ancient houses, human bones, and implements of life. We can use these to learn about how people lived in the past. Our ancestors sailed the seas in search of new lands, to the most inaccessible places in the world. Just as volcanoes continue to create new land, our ancestors also taught us to constantly seek innovation.
The grammar of the picture book includes descriptions of the space concept such as inside, out side, in front of, in back of, etc.
護士的摩托車
Book Name
Nurse's motorcycle
Painter
JHANG,CAI-HONG
Level
middle grades
Grammar Focus
pronouns
Introduction
The heavy machine is ridden by a boy, the small sheep motorcycle is ridden by a girl, the doctor is a boy, but the heavy machine is a female nurse. In the end, who is the nurse and who is the doctor? The syntax of the picture book is pronouns. We can learn sentences made of two pronouns, for example, "I'll take you to the hospital. and sentences with pronouns in the genitive case, e.g., "The locomotive on the road is mine. Substitute pronouns over and over again to become familiar with the grammatical structure of pronouns.
打獵的儀式
Book Name
The Hunting Ritual
Painter
Chang Yuan Qu
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
This picture book is a flashback to the time when the Bunun children, Umas, watched their elders go hunting and held a big ceremony before the hunt. When the hunting party returns, they will fire their guns in the sky, and by the sound of the gunfire, the tribe will be able to determine if this is a good harvest and welcome them back. The hunting team. After growing up, Umas was finally able to go hunting, but the environment has changed a lot over time. What came out to greet him was actually.... In the story, we can learn the prayer "Go after Shanqiang! "Don't eat the peach! You can also learn the linking structure "___ (who) is going to ___ (where; premises) ___ (what to do. Verbs)" and "____(who) will ____(what; verbs)" sentence patterns.
姊妹池
Book Name
Sisters Ponds
Painter
Gao YuLing
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
spaces
Introduction
In the picture book, the two sisters on the mountain meet the two brothers down the mountain, the older brother likes the younger sister very much, and the younger brother is also interested in the younger sister. The date by the small pond. One day their date was discovered by their sister's father, who drove them down the mountain in anger and forbade them to go back up. The sisters are very sad. Will they ever be able to see their brothers again? In the story, we can know the grammar of the expression, e.g., "the head is angry". The head is very angry. and syntax such as spatial orientation and negation. Teachers can discuss love, teach children how to deal with it, and give advice to those who are facing it. Some positive advice for a loving adventurous child.
大洪水
Book Name
The Large Flood
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
static verb
Introduction
The story of the Great Flood has been told everywhere since ancient times, in both Western and Eastern legends. In the picture book, when a great flood was approaching, the tribe tried to pray for God's help by throwing animals into the flood, but they failed repeatedly. Finally they decided to sacrifice people to the gods.... We can learn to say, "It was raining hard. for example, "It was a very windy day. It was a sunny day," he said. There is a lot of static verb syntax and state descriptions in the story that teachers can expand upon.
基因改造
Book Name
Genetic Modification
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
static verb
Introduction
When Kacaw came home from school, he was hungry and asked his mother if she had any dinner. Kacaw's sister is playing with her cell phone and doesn't pay any attention to him, so Kacaw thinks of a way to spend time together. In the picture book, we can learn, "The food is cold, so warm it up before you eat it. The sentence pattern. and "originally...became...", e.g., "This bamboo was long, but why has it become shorter? Your siblings used to be very short, but now they've all become taller. And "always... of the sentence pattern, e.g., "Kacaw has been walking. Many new vocabulary words appear in the story, and the reader can become familiar with them and learn how to use them. Through kacaw's experience, it also brought us to think about environmental protection and food health issues.
蚌殼與鳥
Book Name
The Mussel and the Bird
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The story is adapted from a Chinese tale about a snipe and clam fight, in which the clam shell and the bird did not give way to each other and in the end, both were captured by the fisherman. In the story, we can learn the present tense, e.g., "The clam shell is basking in the sun. "Birds are flying. "My sister is in her room doing homework. As well as learning completed sentences, e.g., "The fisherman caught the fish. "The river is not so fast. The story also teaches that when there is a conflict or argument with another person, it can be detrimental if both parties stick to their own views and do not give in to each other. As a result, in the end, both sides will suffer losses and both people and money will be lost.
無人島
Book Name
A Desert Island
Painter
Amanda Lee
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The main character is a traveler who likes to travel everywhere, but once his boat was caught in a storm and it was drowned. He drifts to an island where the inhabitants treat him like a king, but a year later they're throwing him to a deserted island to starve to death! And how is the hero supposed to escape his destiny? In the story, we can learn the sentence pattern of "No...yet...", e.g. "If you don't do your homework, you may be punished by your teacher". Learn the sentence pattern "If...may...", e.g., "If you don't water the flower properly, it may die. and the sentence pattern "As long as...will...", e.g., "If you work hard, you will be rewarded.
族語公文
Book Name
The Indigenous Official Documents
Painter
Una Lin
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
The Kolas were watching TV in the living room. The use of the Ami tribe and sworn councillors appeared on television so that they could discuss the subject of tribe and proclamation and tribe and signs. After the passage of the Indigenous Peoples' Language Development Act, ethnic languages can be seen on signs in many public areas, government offices, and other places. Word. Government documents are written in the language of the aborigines, aboriginal languages can be spoken in court proceedings, and aboriginal languages can be spoken under oath by public opinion representatives. The language. Only when the language is preserved will the culture of the community remain. We need to learn the language of our own community in order to preserve their culture. We can learn noun patterns in the story, e.g., "This is the judge," "How many brothers and sisters does he have? "A real man is one who can hunt.
媽媽捕魚去
Book Name
Mom Went to Catch Fish
Painter
Feng Ae'aw
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
existential sentence
Introduction
When Dad came home every day, he always said he was tired from work, lay down on the couch and rested, and did nothing. One day, Dad woke up and found Mom wasn't home and decided to do the housework himself, resulting in a mess and a lot of dads who didn't know what to do. Treatment of the condition. It turns out that Mom got blown out to sea when she went to look at the fishing boats early in the morning, and accidentally traded jobs with Dad, and Mom caught fish while Dad was doing it. For breakfast, after mom came home, she took everyone home to clean up the house together, and through this process, we all learned that the different genders are very different from each other. The hard work of division of labor. In the picture book, we can learn that there are sentence patterns that exist, e.g., "There is a fish in the refrigerator," "There are no squash in the garden," "There is a fish in the sea," "There is a fish in the refrigerator. There are all kinds of fish. Teachers can also extend the theme of the story by exploring the differences in the gender division of labor in life.
胖子巴奈
Book Name
Fat Panay
Painter
Ya De Wong
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
Barnai is a very fat girl. She likes to wear long pants and have short hair, so she doesn't look like the average girl. My friends always laugh at Banai, and when people see Banai, they say, "Here comes Fat Banai. Once, when a fire broke out in one of the tribe's homes, Banai used her wit, bravery, and her sturdy physique to defuse the crisis. It has earned the respect of everyone. From then on, when people saw Banai, they would say, "This is brave Banai. In this story, the Germans only pay attention to Barnai's appearance, but not to her intelligence, bravery and richness. This conveys the message of not judging people by their appearance and the gender stereotypes that are often found around us, which teachers can explore with their students. The main syntax of the picture book is the focus system, e.g., "His legs were seen," "What they said was heard," "His "The voice is so small, the song will not be heard.
機器狗
Book Name
The Robot Dog
Painter
Jia Sin Liou
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The world of the future is full of robots that can do many things, even faster and better than humans. Sanpuy's father bought him a robot dog when he was little and it played and learned with him and grew up with him. Big. One day, the robot dog breaks down and Sanpuy asks the robot dog how to fix it, but the robot dog tells him to buy a new one. Just fine. A sad Sanpuy decides to find a way to fix the robot dog himself, but Sanpuy's sentimental attachment to the dog doesn't go away. Machine dogs, however, would not know such feelings, nor would they know the difference between humans and machines. In the picture book, we can learn focus system sentence patterns such as, "People use computers to calculate," "Please sing me a song," I've forgotten his name.
垃圾島
Book Name
The Rubbish Island
Painter
Tama Wang
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
Foting went fishing in the sea, but a typhoon drifted him to a deserted island... In order to survive, they start looking for food, but in the process, they discover that the island is made up of marine debris. Foting makes a boat out of the trash from the island, returns to his tribe, and tells the tribe what happened on the island. The people were very sad to hear that. Since then, Foting and his people have worked hard to find ways to reduce the amount of plastic waste in their lives and to reduce the pollution of the ocean. In the picture book, we can see the focus system in sentences such as, "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "People are putting pork in plastic bags," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "People are putting pork in plastic bags," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "People are putting pork in plastic bags," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "People are putting pork in plastic bags," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up," "There's a lot of garbage being dug up, The story also promotes the concept of environmental protection and marine conservation.
太空之旅
Book Name
Travel to space
Painter
Shiuewei Yan
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
spaces
Introduction
The boy was sick and his father decided to take him to the doctor. On the way to the hospital, there are many different means of transportation, from bicycles, trains, high-speed trains, to big cities, and even rocket ship tickets to Mars are sold on the roadside. The changes in transportation have brought people a more convenient and richer life. Father pondered, "Life is already very happy now, why do people want more changes? Or is it because of these changes that the present life is so happy and fulfilling? In the story, we can learn the narrative language of up, down, left and right, for example, "You are sleeping under the tree. and "The tribe is to our left. and negative sentence descriptions, e.g., "She doesn't live on Mars. , "I don't live under the sea."
誰偷了我的蛋
Book Name
Who stole my eggs
Painter
Ya De Wong
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The boy went to the store to help his mother buy eggs. After putting the eggs in the living room, he rushed to the bathroom and came back to find that the eggs were gone! The boy was anxious and thought, "Who stole the eggs? The story grammar focuses on verbs (focus change), which repeatedly use different focus to convey the facts in the story, such as "The eggs I bought were stolen. For example, "The egg I bought was stolen", "Who stole my egg?", "Who stole my egg? The little boy finally got his egg back, and this process is also worthy of our consideration of the interaction and trust between people.
女孩的玫瑰花
Book Name
Girls' Roses
Painter
Shiuewei Yan
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The boy who writes with his left hand, unlike everyone else who writes with his right hand, throws baskets with his right hand and presses the camera with his right hand, hides his difference and fears that he is the only one in the world who is used to using his left hand. The grammatical focus of the story is on dynamic verbs, and we can learn sentence patterns that are subject and tool-focused in the supplementary examples, e.g., "He threw the ball with his left hand. and "My sister was laughed at by the monkey."
山上的大樹
Book Name
The big tree on the mountain
Painter
Ya De Wong
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
existential sentence
Introduction
"Share all the good things you feel, and then you will really feel happy. This is what my grandfather, who is always happy and full of wisdom, told his grandson. He shared his car, his house and even his money with his friends, but instead of being happier, he became more upset and depressed. After the grandson finished telling his inner worries, his grandfather told him in a serious way what happiness is and what sharing really means....
NASA的女科學家
Book Name
NASA's Female Scientist
Painter
LIN,JING-YI
Level
middle school
Grammar Focus
pronouns
Introduction
NASA's superheroine, Katharine, was born with a brilliant mind in mathematics, but was frustrated in her education and job search because of her gender and race. With a strong heart, Katharine never gives up on mathematics and her favorite field, and by chance she joins NASA.
誤會一場
Book Name
It’s a Mistake
Painter
Amanda Lee
Level
high school
Grammar Focus
pronouns
Introduction
Grandpa and Grandma are standing in front of a bulletin board, reading a bulletin written in their language, but Grandma and Grandpa speak the language but can't read the text... look again The neighbors with their bags around them got on the bus in order, and Grandma was confused. What exactly is the content of the announcement? The syntax in the story is mainly based on the repeated substitution of the subject and the subject of "we" for related expressions, such as "inclusive subject," and "we" for "we". Include the object of listening", Example, "Aren't we going to take refuge? "Let's go home and eat. The story also points out the low prevalence of Roman phonetic writing and the need for more promotion in order for people to have a better understanding of ethnographic writing. .
 巨人的花園
Book Name
The Giant's Garden
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
high school
Grammar Focus
dynamic verb
Introduction
The children used to sneak into Big Giant's garden to play when he wasn't home, and Big Giant was very selfish and didn't like to share his garden with anyone. So he erected a high fence and posted notices on the wall not to let anyone in. It's spring, and the garden of the giants is still frozen. In the story, we can learn noun phrases, e.g., "Giants are very selfish people. "Your father was a brave hunter. You can also learn sentence patterns with linking structures, e.g., "The children liked to play in the garden. "I like to go hunting in the woods.
森林大樹
Book Name
The Forest’s Big Tree
Painter
Amanda Lee
Level
high school
Grammar Focus
time
Introduction
The monkey is the best friend of all the animals in the forest and everyone loves him very much, but he has lived a long, long time and it's time for him to leave. When the animals in the forest found out about this, they were all very sad, so they got together and talked about the many things they used to do with the monkeys. Life. In the story, we can learn the phrase "It's been...a long time", e.g., "He's been away for a long time. "Has it been a long time since I left the country? with the phrase "remembered...", e.g., "I remembered how much he liked candy. I remembered how much he loved to sing. The illustration also asks what we can do when we are faced with a separation.
嗨!你好
Book Name
Hi, Hello!
Painter
NiuNiu Lan
Level
high school
Grammar Focus
existential sentence
Introduction
The story describes the indifference and indifference of people in the world, only the boy has the innocence and passion for life. He cares for those around him and spreads his joy and warmth. But his mother, who is closest to his family, just indifferently scratched her phone, not noticing the little boy.... In the story, we can learn that there are all kinds of phrases, for example, "There are many people on the road". Negate all sentences, e.g., "There was no one on the road", "No fruit grew on Grandma's hill", and complex sentences. The teacher can follow the sentence patterns in the illustrated book and practice the possessive and negative possessive sentences, noting the changes in sentence patterns.
快樂王子
Book Name
Happy Prince
Painter
Amanda Lee
Level
high school
Grammar Focus
nouns
Introduction
The swallows were heading south for the winter, and as they crossed the town, they stopped at the statue of the Happy Prince. The swallow was awakened by drops of water while she was sleeping and found that it was the statue crying. I had to ask Swallow for help and give away all his precious things to those in need. In the picture book, we can learn noun designations and noun predicates, e.g., "He is the Happy Prince. "This is my grandmother's mountain. And past tense phrases, such as "I used to be rich. "This dog used to be very mean. The story also promotes the idea that doing good is a virtue and helping others is a source of happiness.