Bud Not Buddy Lesson (for Middle School Students)(Flex)
In this course, the students will read the book Bud Not Buddy and track the protagonist's coming of age story alongside our own while drawing parallels to the main character's struggles and joys with their own lived experiences.
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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In this class, the students will use pen and paper along with computers/Ipads. They will also need the book Bud Not Buddy which will be provided to them as a PDF, or they can find it from a library. They will interact with the teacher via this platform through chat and can ask questions. The teacher will evaluate students on their work and give individualized feedback. The teacher will create activities, and group discussions in order to interact. Students will also be asked to share their...
TLW read Bud Not Buddy and show an understanding of the topics covered by written work, video presentations, and journaling. The Learner will connect the topics to everyday life and experiences. At the end of the course TLW (The Learner Will): 1. Understand Bud's point of view on life 2. Define vocabulary words that leads up to a better understanding of the text 3. Connect life and music in the 30s and 40s with life today 4. Write essays that support your thoughts 5. Create summary paragraphs 6. Answer comprehension questions 7. Do online searches in order to extend their learning and understanding of topics covered in the prerecorded videos. 8. Understand and apply what it means to live in a time of racism, discrimination, and issues children deal with while growing up. This course prepares students for a new perspective on the war we are fighting today #blacklivesmatter
There will be homework which will be listed outschool and discussed through discussion questions. Students will a Pass/Fail but will be given detailed explanations for improvement and praise as well. Their homework will include but is not limited to: Journaling, Reading, Characterization, Essay Writing, Video presentations, Group work, ETC.
Computer, pencil, paper, IPAD (whichever the student has and is most comfortable using). Internet connection.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The learners progress will be assessed based on the homework and activities they complete on this platform. There interaction with their teacher will involve correspondence using this platform.. Each learner will will use this platform for timely feedback. Students will also be asked to upload work onto this platform in order to share their work with others in the class.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
The topics in Bud Not Buddy are several and will be tied to today's experiences: 1. Coming of Age/Survival 2. Race: Racism during the great depression: stereotypes, expectations of black people vs. white people. 3. Economy/The Great Depression. 4. Family/home (foster care and adoption concepts) 5. Relationships/Friends 6. Music 7. Altruism/Forgiveness
Maline CarrollTeaching for the "Ah Ha" Moments!
146 total reviews
208 completed classes
I'm an elementary and secondary teacher who also has experience teaching adults who are learning to speak the English language. I teach English, Spanish, and math to elementary students. I also teach US history and English to 6-12 graders. I...