No live meetings
Over 10 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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This semester-long 10 week flex courses is designed to help boost your learners reading skills, comprehension and writing skills. There are no live classes all lessons will be pre recorded and posted to the classroom weekly. Learners will be required to have their own physical copy of the book as reading will be done independently by the learner, not during class time. No part of the book will be shared or provided for the learner in any format. We will be reading AWFUL AUNTIE by David...
This class is taught in English.
Student will work on improving reading, comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure, paragraph writing, critical thinking, vocabulary, brainstorming and public speaking skills.
The homework is listed in the description above with a week by week breakdown. It should only be 30 to 45 minutes of reading and 1 to 3 hours of assignments each week. If your student wants to add a lot of creativity to their projects it might take them longer per week. Some assignments will be presented in the form of a flipgrid and complete google slides that will be handed in as a PDF sent to the teacher in a private outschool message.
Student will need to have access to a gmail account with google drive to be able to download the weekly assignments. Assignments are sent weekly as google slides. This can be the students own google account or a parents as the teacher dose not require the gmail email information its just used as a means to download the assignments via google slides. Parental guidance for google drive required, Google requires a user to be 13 or older. The learner will need a larger variety of craft supply materials throughout the course. Markers, pencil crayons, paints, paper, painters tape, empty pop bottles, elastics, construction paper, newspaper, modeling clay etc. They are free to create their art items using any medium of their liking. A printer will be needed as there are printables provided for some of the assignments. A physical copy of the book - Awful Auntie by David Walliams
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Grading: A final numerical or letter grade is available upon request. Students assignments and activities will be uploaded to Outschool and graded for completion and accuracy.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please look up reviews on Awful Auntie before signing up for this flex class to see if this is a book your learner will enjoy. Student will need to have access to a gmail account with google drive to be able to download the weekly assignments. Assignments are sent weekly as google slides. This can be the students own google account or a parents as the teacher dose not require the gmail email information its just used as a means to download the assignments via google slides. Parental guidance for google drive required, Google requires a user to be 13 or older.
Awful Auntie can be purchased on Amazon or at your local book store. You can also check your local library. If you wish for your student to have the audio copy to follow along with the physical book you can check the Libby or Hoopla app for an audio version. You can also purchase the audio version from Audible or iBooks. The audio book is narrated by David Walliams himself and is absolutely fantastic! A physical copy of the book - Awful Auntie by David Walliams
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2 total reviews
5 completed classes
Hello! I am Debi! I am new to Outschool. I am an Educational Assistant and help a wide variety of special education students and specialize in reading. I have ADHD, dyslexia and dyscalculia so I have a unique understanding of students with...