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This is a 9 week book study of Charlotte's Web that will meet three times a week for 40 minutes. We will discuss the book chapter by chapter using questions and activities from Charlotte's Web Student Guide by Memoria Press. Students will learn about elements of literature such as character, plot, setting, characterization and dialogue. The class format will be as follows: -review reading notes and vocabulary for next chapter -address any confusion about comprehension questions...
Students will be expected to read the assigned Charlotte's Web chapter and write down the answer to the comprehension questions before each class.
Students MUST show proof of purchase for "Charlotte's Web Student Guide by Memoria Press" to be enrolled in this class. https://www.memoriapress.com/curriculum/literature-and-poetry/charlottes-web-student-guide/ Students will also need a copy of the book Charlotte's Web by E.B. White Additional small supplies like paper, art supplies may be needed for the enrichment activities. I will let the students know in advance.
Students will be expected to take two quizzes and a final exam outside of class and may share the results during class if they wish.
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please be aware there will be some sensitive themes in this book that a student may need to discuss with an adult. Common Sense Media says: "Parents need to know that E.B. White's children's classic begins with the main character (a young pig) nearly being slaughtered by a farmer. Wilbur also learns that he's to be eaten for Christmas dinner. When a major character dies, peacefully but alone -- all children (and most adults) will cry. All readers will also be reminded about what it means to be a good friend and be inspired by the book's messages about the power of love." https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book-reviews/charlottes-web
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Hello! I have been an online teacher for 4 years. Previously I worked in elementary education, specifically first grade. Now I am a homeschool mom. I have also been tutoring higher grade elementary students in English. I believe in having a fun,...