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Book Club for Elementary Students
Book Chat - If You Liked Wonder, You Gotta Read…
Learners will connect with others who love Wonder and share recommendations, while practicing comprehension skills and academic vocabulary along the way. Leave class with an awesome to-read list!
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Finding new books you love can be tough! One of the best ways to find new reads is to talk to others with similar tastes. In this class we will discuss Wonder and recommend other books that readers who enjoyed Wonder may like. I will give a quick book talk about some of my favorite books and learners will be encouraged to share their suggestions as well. The primary goal of this class is connecting with other readers and sharing recommendations, but we will use academic vocabulary and...
This class is taught in English.
Learners will discuss point of view, plot, theme, character traits, and story elements. They will also be inspired to read and come away with a list of books they are interested in reading next.
Each learner will each bring 1-2 books to class that they feel are similar to Wonder in some way. Perhaps the book is told from multiple points of view. Perhaps it’s theme is also kindness. Perhaps the main character has a genetic disorder or a disability. Think about what lovers of Wonder would enjoy! You are welcome to bring a physical book, a picture of a cover, or just write down a title/author to share. Learners are welcome to just give a brief overview of the book they bring, but they may choose to prepare a more formal "book talk" that's 1-2 minutes long. Remember not to share spoilers!
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parents are encouraged to talk with learners after class and ensure all titles on their to-read list seem like a good fit for their child.
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21 total reviews
21 completed classes
Hello there! I’m Ms. Davis. I’m here to talk books and help kids to discover (or celebrate!) a love for reading and writing! My classes are primarily discussion-based, but also include explicit instruction, hands on practice, and fun group...