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6-Week: Star Wars Reading Jedi Book Club
Get your child to love reading challenging things! Use the way of the Force to be inspired by the most successful people in history. Choose from the top 10 most popular chapter books in the Childhood of Famous Americans series.
Katy Zia, Reading Jedi Master (M.ED)
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Once per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Did you know that successful people share a common habit that makes them successful? Successful people read, and they read a lot! The same habit can be found with other billionaires like Elon Musk, Mark Cuban, Oprah Winfrey, Mark Zuckerberg and more. Successful people understand that if they want to get ahead in life, they need to constantly improve their knowledge and enhance their skills through reading. Successful people constantly read to learn more! Kids can start this habit early!...
• Learn about cool things that kids did in the past • Be inspired to do great things • Become an expert on someone that changed the world
Reading Jedi is modeled after a challenge I created for my 1st grade public school students during the 2021-2022 school year. It was inspired by my own homeschool kid's love of the Childhood of Famous Americans book series.
Reading Challenge for Session 3, 4 and 5 Time Estimation: 2-4 hours per week Length of each chapter book: average 170 pages per book (3 books read during the 6 weeks) Appropriate for independent 3rd grade level. Students may also choose to read with an adult 1. Read book #1, #2 and #3 of choice from the Top 10 List Childhood of Famous Americans chapter book series 2. Take notes in a 2-page Reading Jedi page for each book read to use in presentation 3. Teach others about cool things that kids did in the past (presentation) 4. (Optional choice instead of 3rd book) Written, art or visual presentation comparing book #1 and book #2
2 files available upon enrollment• Pencil • Highlighter pen • 2-3 chapter books of your choice in the Top 10 List of the Childhood of Famous Americans series to read at home. • Books in this series range in price from $4.99 to $7.99 each and can be found on the publisher’s website www.simonandschuster.com, Amazon, or various online used-book websites. The chapter books in the Childhood of Famous Americans series average about 170-190 pages in length and are appropriate for students who can independently read at a 3rd grade level. A page detailing the Top 10 title choices along with links to Amazon will be shared upon enrollment for parent review to help make an informed choice of which 2-3 books to read. • Reading Jedi students will need access to a printer to print out the Reading Jedi page that will be provided by the teacher.
• Reading Jedi students will take notes in a 2-page Reading Jedi page for each book read. • Students will also teach others in class about the cool things that kids did in the past through live in-class presentations
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
• Pick 2-3 books from the Top 10 List of Childhood of Famous Americans series to read independently. • Write notes independently. • Prepare a short 2-3 minute oral or video presentation of notes. *Some students and parents may choose to read together. Some students may benefit from additional parent support when writing notes and practicing presentations to share learning with others. *The historical nature of the biographies from the Childhood of Famous Americans chapter book series may discuss true historical facts covered in an age appropriate way. Some topics include war, illness, death of a family member, hunting of animals, slavery, prejudices and different historical beliefs about women, men and racial background. Parents are encouraged to make an informed choice about the choice of books for their child and share in discussion with their child as sensitive topics are brought up in context to the life of the historical person studied. A page detailing the Top 10 List of books along with Amazon links will be shared with parents upon enrollment. Materials: External Online Resources: • Padlet (Link shared) • YouTube (For teacher screen-share)
• Passages from the Childhood of Famous Americans book series (for teacher screen-share)
Katy Zia, Reading Jedi Master (M.ED)
Creating Real Life Challenges to Bring Your Learning to Life!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
6 total reviews
6 completed classes
My classes focus on building communities and creating real-life challenges for elementary age students in the area of reading and math. Students in the primary grades can learn how to fail and bounce back, be confident, and be independent. I am a...