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Dungeons and Dragons Ages:12-14
In this ongoing weekly class, we will learn the rules of Dungeons and Dragons through play and social interaction with like minded learners.
-In this class, students will learn the rules of Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition -They will first create characters which will take up the first week. -Then they will learn how to interact with the game and develop a shared creative vision of an imaginary world -The next several meetings will be about the students utilization of their characters skills while also discussing a lesson pertaining to series of topics that are laid out in the Players Handbook, and Dungeon Masters Guide for the...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn not only the rules of this game, but build proficiency in a multitude of other useful skills. They will develop critical thinking to solve puzzles/scenarios, communications skills for public speaking, and develop creativity that will hopefully inspire them to invent unique solutions to issues. The will learn also about how to create a world using only their imagination. To develop interesting characters that have stories around them. This could be considered a simple form of creative writing. These necessary skills should allow learners to eventually take on the role of the Dungeon Master. There is a lot to this game besides just having fun.
All you learners need is a pencil, several sheets of paper, and either a dungeons and dragons dice set or an online dice roller application. The most affordable dice set I have found is on amazon for multiple sets, at the price of $11 USD.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The only parental guidance I request is that you help your learner realize that the game we are playing is make believe. That a core component of the game is fighting fictitious monsters, and that simply put the monsters are not real. So be advised if your learner has a overactive imagination, you may need to remind them from time to time that it is just a game.
This is not required, but if the have the official Players Handbook For Dungeons and Dragons, they can use this source book within the class. Again this book is not required.
Meet the teacher
I teach specifically about the topic of the Game known as Dungeons and Dragons: *How to create a character. *How to play the game. *Table etiquette amongst you and your Party. *How to play as the Dungeon Master. *How to build a world for you and...
1x per week
Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
2-5 learners per class