An Exciting Discovery of Archery History, and Archery in the Media
The class will look into the impact of archery on history, as well as, explore archery in T.V, film, video games and print.
Miss Kirsty Lewin
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Learning about archery is a great way to encourage young learners to play imaginative games and improve gross motor skills. This class will focus on archery history, and archery in the media. The content will be presented and discussed through various games. Students will learn about important moments in history and how archery played a major role in shaping the world we live in today, as well as fun facts about famous archers in the media. The class will not just showcase archery as a sport...
I have been an archer myself in various clubs for the last three years, in England, Thailand and in Cambodia. I really have learnt allot during this time about archery history, bows, and shooting techniques. I do not like to compete myself as I personally feel that this is not what archery is about for me, however I can say that I am an excellent shot with a traditional Mongolian horse bow. I often read books, watch films and T.V shows, and play video games with great archers in them. I am somewhat of a geek when it comes to archery and can talk about it for hours.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Miss Kirsty Lewin
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🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
16 total reviews
30 completed classes
Hi! I am Kirsty! I have taught English as a foreign language for eight years! Having travelled a lot, and lived in several countries, I can say that I am highly experienced in social and cultural aspects. My inspiration for teaching comes from...