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Same, but different

D. A. Quadling

Same, but different

by D. A. Quadling

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Published by Bell .
Written in English


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StatementD.A. Quadling.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13875378M

  With insight and humor, Same But Different explores the many aspects of teen autism, while daring to address issues and feelings nobody talks about. This powerfully rendered, timely book is the only one of its : Holly Robinson Peete. A friend of mine asked what "same same but different" meant. The context was in an essay called Same-same, but different on the Japan Times website. One Indochinese term we all learned was the saying "Same-same, but different." It might just look like four words that contradict each other, but this one phrase perfectly described our experiences.

  Directed by Detlev Buck. With Apinya Sakuljaroensuk, David Kross, Jens Harzer, Stefan Konarske. Based on the true story of Benjamin Prufer and Sreykeo Solvan. The unexpected and uncertain love story of Sreykeo, a 21 year old bar girl in Phnom Penh and Ben, a young German student traveling to Cambodia on a post graduation summer trip. When Ben returns home to Germany he /10(K). Bibliography for Same, Same but Different: Author: Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw Illustrator: Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw Publisher: New York: Henry Holt and Company Published: , 36 pages, Full-color Hardcover: ISBN and ISBN Genre/Form: Juvenile Realistic Fiction/ Picture Book Subject and Themes: Comparisons, Diversity, Friendship, Multiculturalism, and Pen Pals.

This is the case in this new book from twins Ryan and R.J. Peete, whose mother, actor Holly Robinson Peete, bookends their tales of how autism affects the personal and familial lives of teenagers. The twins reintroduce the characters of Charlie and Callie, the fictional alter egos the Peetes introduced in the picture book My Brother Charlie. Book companion for the beautiful book SAME, SAME but DIFFERENT by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. Targets include Categories, Vocabulary, Comprehension Questions, Identifying Similarities and Differences, and : Language Literacy Lady.


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Inspired by this book, and many other stories about various family relationships, students wrote to grandparents, received and shared replies (of their own accord, chanting “Same, Same but Different!” when they heard similarities between their grandparents’ letters) and invited their Same parents in to share something their family loved to by: 3.

With insight and humor, Same But Different explores the many aspects of teen autism, while daring to address issues and feelings nobody talks about.

This powerfully rendered, timely book is /5(29). Same, Same but Different, is a great book about two different boys from different sides of the worlds. They are pen pals through their schools and explain to each other their daily lives. The book's illustrations show how the two boys live similar lives just in different places/5.

Same But Different, By Holly Robinson Peete, gives great first-person insight into the life of a boy with Autism and the people closest to him. The book gives an accurate description of what a day in the life might be but also touches upon larger concerns, as a child comes into adulthood/5.

"Same, same but different" is Kostecki-Shaw's refrain, but what keeps it from being saccharine or pedestrian are her terrific naïf, mixed-media pictures.

Working in exuberantly detailed spreads with a playful sense of proportion and perspective, she immerses readers in her heroes' worlds, showing them as confident navigators of even the busiest : Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). This powerfully rendered book is timely and one of a kind.

It paints an important story of hope for teens and families living with autism, and lets us see that everybody's unique rhythm is worth dancing to. Same but Different explores the many aspects of teen autism while daring to address issues and feelings nobody talks about.

This. Throughout the book Koestecki-Shaw repeats the popular saying from Southeast Asia, “same, same, but different!” Through bright and vibrant illustrations, Koestecki-Shaw details the unique features of each child’s culture.

Taking a positive approach to differences, this book shows the two cultures side by side and highlights their diversity. I read the book Same, Same but Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw at the beginning of the year.

Students recognize that while the two characters live in different places, they often do the same things just in different ways. YHBA Picture Book Committee Title Activity Form, Last Revised 3 How are you the same/different from Kailash.

4 How are you the same/different from Elliot. 5 Where do you think Kailash lives. 6 What else do you think Elliot and Kailash have in common. 7 Why do you think Elliot and Kailash’s teachers wanted them to write to children in another country?File Size: KB.

Same, Same but Different Lesson Plan Source: Macmillan Lesson ideas for Same, Same but Differentv by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw, winner of the SOUTH ASIA BOOK. Same, Same but Different Written and Illustrated by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw Elliot lives in America, and Kailash lives in India.

These two pen pals realize that their lives are more alike than they thought. Same, same. But different. Through an inviting point-of-view and colorful, vivid illustrations, this story shows how two boys living oceans apart can be the best of friends/5(20).

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Same, same. But different. Through an inviting point-of-view and colorful, vivid illustrations, this story shows how two boys living oceans apart can be the best of by: 3.

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Same, same. But different. Through an inviting point­of­view and colorful, vivid illustrations, this story shows how two boys living oceans apart can be the best of friends. Using the book, Same Same but Different, have students help you make a "T-Chart" or "Venn Diagram" on a SMART Board or on an overhead projector and camera.

Talk about how Elliot and Kailash are the same and how they are different. Put the students answers on the "T-Chart" or "Venn Diagram" and discuss the findings with the class. "Same, same but different" is Kostecki-Shaw's refrain, but what keeps it from being saccharine or pedestrian are her terrific naïf, mixed-media pictures.

Inspired by this book, and many other stories about various family relationships, students wrote to grandparents, received and shared replies (of their own accord, chanting “Same, Same but Different!” when they heard similarities between their grandparents’ letters) and invited their own parents in to share something their family loved to do/5(76).

Same, Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. 12 Total Resources 3 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Audio Excerpt from Same, Same But Different; Video Book Reading from Same, Same But Different; Name Pronunciation with Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw; Grade; PK-2; Genre; Realistic Fiction; Cultural Area; South Asian.

The title, also used as a refrain throughout the book, is a popular saying in India and Nepal, heard by Kostecki-Shaw when she traveled there. Elliot and Kailash explore their similarities and differences, concluding that their lives are “Different, different but the SAME!”Author: Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw.These children and animals are all very different to each other.

Some are big, some are small. Some are gentle, some are rough. Everyone is playful, but who’s the best at hiding? One thing’s certain: they all love a good bedtime story! The perfect picture book for little ones who are just beginning to make sense of their place in the world.

Same, Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K).