32 Week (Two Semester) Gothic Literature - Reading, Writing, & History
Rebecca Schwanke (A.A. & B.A. in English)
A walk through the lives of over 30 Amazing Writers - A study of popular stories through the 1700s to 1900s - 4 Creative Writing Projects - A look into important literary elements - Cover writing elements - All in One Spooktacular Class.
US Grade 9 - 12
Beginner - Advanced Level
This two-semester course will cover everything a student needs to know about Gothic Literature. (Progress Report can be provided upon request.) At the beginning of the meeting, we will cover Authors of the week - Several of which we will be reading the material of. We'll discuss their connections, inspirations, home life, the amazing things that make them unique, etc. Following this we will review the significant details of the reading material for the week - Students need to pre-read the...
The goal of this class is to gain a better understanding of Gothic Literature while also participating in basic Literature Activities found in a Public School Setting.
4 years of independent teaching 9 years of teaching 20+ years of Gothic Literature studies Bachelor's Degree in English from Brigham Young University
Homework OfferedReading the material before class.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Grades OfferedGrading (Provided Upon Request): Class Discussion Participation Writing Assignments Reading the Material Attendance Quizzes Extra Credit: Out-of-Class Activity Participation - Located on the Classroom Page
I have experience working with many unique students and am always happy to do what I can to make their time enjoyable. My message box is open 24/7 - One-on-one messaging is always encouraged for anyone who needs further assistance.
The Reading Material Listed in the Class Schedule
As these are stories written in the 1800s - A time in which death and corruption were a serious influence on the lives of the writers - There will be heated topics such as murder, death, addiction, etc. We will very briefly cover these topics but in a respectful light and with caution. Many of these writers had ties to (what we call today) the LGBTQA+ community. For quite a few of them, this is what defined who they were. Such facts will not be omitted from their history lessons.
Meet the teacher
Hello everyone! Thank you for considering joining one of my classes. My approach to learning: Make it a fun environment that cultivates a student's talents & interests. I hold a Bachelor's Degree in English - Creative Writing and Literature. ...
$18weekly or $550 for 32 classes
1x per week, 32 weeks
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Completed by 15 learners
Live video meetings
2-5 learners per class