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In this book club, we will read old books that have become children's classics. We will also add in books that are considered to be new classics or books that I consider to be classics. Some books are also pulled from the lists put together by Time Magazine and the New York Public Library (linked below). Books need to be read before each class and students will have two weeks to read each book. Class will consist of introductions and conversation before moving into discussion. Discussion will...
Students will read each book and discuss the book with their peers. They will also have a chance to socialize with others who are interested in the same types of books. In this class, we will also look at how life has changed since many of the books are from hundred of years ago.
Students need to read each book before each class. There will be two weeks to read each book.
Students need access to each book. I recommend checking a library before purchasing the books. Books can be read as a physical book, an e-book, or an audiobook.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Parents may want to check content in books to decide if the book is appropriate for their student. Some books have violence, death, and other possible frightening situations in them. Many of these books were written in the 1700s, 1800s, and early 1900s so some of them may contain opinions or beliefs (racism, stereotypes, etc.) that are no longer considered normal or acceptable by the general population. While discussion will not focus directly on these opinions/beliefs, they will be addressed if it is necessary.
Kayla GroseLibrarian, ESL Teacher
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15 completed classes
Hello, everyone! My name is Kayla Grose. I love to teach classes that deal with reading and books. Books can do so many different things to enhance one's life and I love seeing people, particularly children, discover what you can learn through...