8th Grade Language Arts: Part 2 (Flexible Schedule)
A flexible language arts course that is aligned to national standards. Students will work in the areas of reading literature, reading informational, writing, and speaking and listening.
Chelsea E. BAEd
132 total reviews for this teacher
No live meetings
Over 14 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Course Description: This rigorous semester-long language arts course does not have any live meetings. The course is aligned to national standards. The course will focus on the areas of reading literature, reading informational, writing and speaking and listening. During this course, students will work on the standards that focus around citing text evidence, theme, summarizing, plot, character change, point of view, main idea, argument writing, informational writing, and collaboration and...
National Standards: -RL.8.1 - Citing Text Evidence Literature -RL.8.2 - Theme -RL.8.2 - Summarizing -RL.8.3 - Plot -RL.8.3 - Character Change -RL.8.6 - Point of View -RI.8.1 - Citing Text Evidence Informational -RI.8.2 - Main Idea -RI.8.2 - Summarizing -W.8.1 - Argument Writing -W.8.2 - Informational Writing -SL.8.1 - Collaboration and Discussion
I am a certified teacher with endorsements in reading, language arts, social studies and ESL.
Each week, students will watch lessons over the standards, complete readings, have discussions with peers, and complete assignments. Please make sure your student has four or more hours each week to work on this course.
Materials Needed: -Access to Google Docs/Drive through a Google email address -“The Crossover” by Kwame Alexander
Students will be assessed on the standards listed in the course description. Assessments will be shared with the teacher through Google Docs. The teacher will score the assessments with feedback and place the scores into an online gradebook. Students will be able to track their progress in each standard through the online gradebook.
No live meetings, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.
Please research “The Crossover” by Kwame Alexander to make sure it is appropriate for your child.
Chelsea E. BAEdA certified teacher with endorsements in Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies and ESL.
132 total reviews
204 completed classes
Hello! My name is Chelsea. I am an Iowa certified teacher in Elementary Education (K-6) with endorsement areas in Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies and ESL. I have previously taught middle school English Language Arts and I currently teach...