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In this class, learners will explore Lemony Snickett's “A Series Of Unfortunate Events” which chronicles the woeful tales of the Baudelaire orphans. There are 13 books in the series, and we will delve into each book, evaluating it for theme, morals and meanings. Through the use of guided reading, discussion, comprehension, audio/video materials, writing assignments and hands on projects, students will become knowledgeable about the “series of unfortunate events” that befall the Baudelaire...
Students will be able to analyze a work of literature for theme and connections to life.
I am offering this class in response to a request, however I am excited to teach this series, as it has always interested me! I love the writing style, as well as I think it will be interesting to evaluate the stories for theme, meaning and lessons learned. As an English teacher, book studies are so much fun to teach because we get to go into depth with the material! I have experience with students k-12, and have experience working with students with special education learning needs!
Students will receive a reading assignment/comprehension activity, a discussion question and optional enrichment activity each week!
Teacher will provide all learning materials. A book or digital copy of the books is helpful! (Costs about $5.00-$7.00/book on Amazon or can be borrowed from a public library).
Learners are assessed through participation and completion of assignments.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
This class is suitable for all ages listed! Themes of a strong nature (death, illness, separation, violence and dark tones, including forced child marriage, abuse, child labor and greed) may be addressed and discussed (parents will be cautioned in a note in the class prior to these topics).
Michelle E. Morningstar, MAEd (PRIDETeaching)Renaissance Renegade and Queen of Dragons
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600 completed classes
I am a Renaissance Renegade who is obsessed with the Bard (Shakespeare) and in love with language. I am also obsessed with dragons and love helping others tame that anger dragon that lives inside of all of us. Our family participates in local...