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Earth Day Animal Activists & Conservation Conversation: Chat & Craft Class

Class
Ali Enright
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(23)
Celebrate Earth Day in this course that celebrates people who have fought for endangered species and animal rights. It starts with a trivia game lesson and ends with an activism craft! Together we can save animals & protect our earth.

Class experience

US Grade 2 - 5
Students will learn about effective strategies to educate others, participate in activism, and have fun while doing it.
I am a trained teacher and social justice studies scholar. I have extensive history working as an activist and teaching about social justice issues. I've started animal-rights clubs and am actively invested in spreading word about how to protect endangered species (and include kids in the fight!).
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Assessments Offered
I try my best to send personalized messages to parents after, but this is in no way a formal assessment, just a reflection :) I learn so much from each learner!
Grades Offered
Our craft will be making protest/awareness signs to advocate for animals! Students will at least need:
-Piece of paper (ideally thick/with cardboard as a base)
-Coloring supplies
-Scissors (or pre cut-out pictures prior to class)
-Glue

The following options for materials are flexible, but if you have any of the following, it would be really fun to add to your sign!
-Images from magazines or newspapers of environment/nature/animals
-Recycled materials for decorating (e.g. bottle caps, pasta shells, the world is your oyster! pun intended :))
-Recycled materials for sign base (a cut out from old cardboard box works well!)


Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
As a women's and gender studies scholar, I make a concerted effort to incorporate social justice theory in an approachable way. One way I do this is by including a diverse group of historical figures to celebrate. I encourage curiosity and difficult questions. Students of all gender orientations are welcome.
Curriculum will be presented on Canva, include trivia questions, and pulled from various sources including:
-The Wilderness Society
-National Geographic
-Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls (not read from directly, just for research purpose)
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(23)
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Hello hello and welcome! Excited to start this learning adventure with you 🙂

I’m Ali! Born and raised in sunny Los Angeles, California, I've spent some amazing years teaching English, science, and arts at bilingual schools in Madrid, Spain. Now,... 
Group Class

$18

per class
Meets once
40 min

Completed by 9 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 7-12
2-8 learners per class

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