4th Grade Language Arts, Grammar, and Writing Unit: Part 1
In this class, geared towards higher level 3rd graders, 4th graders, or 5th graders needing review, learners will practice language arts concept along with grammar and writing skills alongside a novel study
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Twice per week
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This language arts novel study unit with a focus on grammar and writing is geared towards learners ages 9-10, although it can be beneficial for advanced younger learners or older learners needing continued practice. In this language arts unit, learners will read a novel study outside of class, discuss context, comprehension, and literature skills about the novel in class, practice important grammar and writing concepts in class, and produce a final narrative piece by the end of the unit. ...
Learners will be provided optional homework sheets for the assigned reading, grammar, and writing assignments should they choose to practice outside of class as well. For outside of class reading, learners can expect to read for 1-2 hours each week.
Learners should have a copy of each book to read outside of class (Tuck Everlasting and Number the Stars) Pencil and Paper Writing Journal
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Synopsis of each book is provided below. Please review each book to be sure it is appropriate for your learner. Tuck Everlasting: Winnie Foster is a ten-year-old girl who yearns to discover what’s outside the fence of her home. Exploring her family’s small forest one day, she comes across Jesse Tuck and the fresh-water spring that, after he and his family drank from it, turned them immortal. The Tucks have kept their secret from the outside world for the past eighty years by hiding the spring and living in seclusion. Winnie is the first person outside the family to hear their story. Fearful of the world discovering their secret, the Tucks kidnap Winnie and bring her to their home. Winnie grows fond of the Tuck family, particularly the youngest son, Jesse, as they tell her about their life never experiencing pain or getting older. At the same time, a mysterious man in a yellow suit follows the Tucks and learns their secret. Hoping to use the magical spring for his own personal gain, the man seeks to gain ownership of the Fosters’ forest and put the Tucks in jail for Winnie’s kidnapping. Number the Stars: The story centers on 10-year-old Annemarie Johansen, who lives with her mother, father, and sister Kirsti in Copenhagen in 1943. Annemarie becomes a part of the events related to the rescue of the Danish Jews, when thousands of Jews were to reach neutral ground in Sweden to avoid being relocated to concentration camps. She risks her life to help her best friend, Ellen Rosen, by pretending that Ellen is Annemarie's late older sister, Lise, who was killed earlier in the war by the Nazi army because of her work with the Danish Resistance. However, her former fiancé, Peter, continues to help them.
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Welcome! Greater Gains Tutoring was started by Julie Chamberlin when she embarked on her Outschool journey as a teacher about 2 years ago. Since then, her classes have taken off, so much so that she became an organization and added on some other...