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Christmas Carol Spirits! Write Your Own Ghost!
In this one-time class, students will read the descriptions of the ghosts from A Christmas Carol, discuss the characters, and create their own ghosts for the story.
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In this class, you will read excerpts from the original "A Christmas Carol" text. We will discuss the description of the ghosts in the story. This discussion will cover the details of their physical descriptions and their personalities. We will also question the reasons for the ghosts appearing the way they did. We will use Google Slides and Peardeck to review the characters. You will have a chance to create your own ghost for the story by completely changing one of the original ghosts or...
Students will gain experience in analyzing text and character development. They will also have the chance to create their own character for the story.
I have been an English teacher for five years in Middle School and High School. I ran several creative writing clubs and elective courses.
There is no homework for this class, but students are encouraged to continue building their own characters after the class ends.
Students should have a pen and paper ready for the lesson to write down character ideas. If students wish to use the Peardeck feature to answer questions in class, then it works better with a computer or laptop. It is not required.
Students will answer some questions on Peardeck to help them review the text. They will also have the option of reading their character descriptions to the rest of the class.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Certified English Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
36 total reviews
85 completed classes
I am offering Creative Writing and Literature courses. These classes will focus on different elements of stories, figurative language, characterization, and poetry. I have seven years of experience, and I have taught many English, Creative...