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Dare to Be Different: Fish in a Tree Book Club
Jennifer Gerber, MBA, MAT
In this 3 week book club, students will be reading the highly popular book "Fish In A Tree" and discussing how cool it can it is to be different and dance to the beat of your own drum.
We will meet once per week for 3 weeks to discuss the book and play Gim Kit games to test your knowledge of the previous class readings. In addition, we will be analyzing major themes, conflicts, literary devices, syntactical choices and elements of plot introduced in the book by the author. Week 1 - Class will begin with an icebreaker activity - Introduce the book - Discuss the beauty of being different and connect that to our main character - Explore Conflicts in the book that arise from...
1.) Students will use comprehension strategies flexibly as they read the literary text "Fish In A Tree". 2.) Students will analyze themes, conflict and elements of plot throughout the text and demonstrate their understanding through summarizing and paraphrasing.
I have been teaching English Language Arts to middle school and high school students for the past 12 years. In addition, I have a Masters degree in Teaching with a concentration in English Language Arts and History. Also, I am a published author and beta writer for other published authors in both academic writing and fiction writing.
Each student will need to purchase a copy of the book "Fish In A Tree" By: Lynda Mullay Hunt. In addition, I would recommend students have highlighters, pen/pencil, paper, and sticky notes. Also, students should have a secondary device to participate in the weekly Gim Kit game.
Each student will need to purchase a copy of the book "Fish In A Tree" By: Lynda Mullay Hunt. In addition, I would recommend students have highlighters, pen/pencil, paper, and sticky notes.
Meet the teacher
Hello students and families, My name is Jennifer Gerber, and I have been teaching middle school, high school, and college level classes for the past 14 years. I have experience teaching English, History, Chemistry, Physics, Earth/ Space Science,...
$45for 3 classes
1x per week, 3 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class