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Semester, book-club style, food inspired, English Language Arts course aligned with core standards, students will read the first book in 6 different series & complete 5 food inspired, creative projects. No cooking involved, just imagination
"Mr. J." (Jeremy Ballard)
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Twice per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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*This is listing is only for Part 1 of a two-part course. Each part requires separate enrollment. Courses may be taken independently. Students are not required to take them consecutively, nor are they required to take both parts; however, be advised that this course is designed as a 12-week course in two parts and part 2 will be scheduled to begin at the conclusion of part 1 (a one week break between the two parts may occur at the discretion of the instructor) **To receive a full semester...
In this course students will… -determine theme; -analyze plot and its various phases; -examine how literary elements affect plot progression, assist in character development, and convey meaning, including: motif, symbol, foreshadowing, echoing, flashback, opposition, metaphor, irony, foil, choice of language; -understand the mono-myth (Hero’s Journey) and character archetypes; aligned with core ELA standards
I have been working in education for nearly 20 years, primarily as a high school English teacher and speech and debate coach. I am certified and experienced in both AP English Literature and Composition and AP Language and Composition. I have also taught at the middle school and primary school levels, and I have taught traditional ELA and ESL course in both the United States and China, as well as teaching online. I specialize in literary analysis and writing instruction, but I am also known for my fun and engaging projects and have an extensive background in Project Based Learning.
Estimated reading time 2-4 hours a week, 15-25 hours total. Assignments and projects: 2-4 hours per week, approximately 10-15 hours total. Total estimated time for course: 25-40 hours. (Approximate weekly average: 5-8 hours) *Students will be provided with ample time for each assignment, allowing them to manage their time efficiently or work ahead if desired. **Projects are creatively driven and are designed to be fun and engaging while reaching and exceeding learning targets and standards. Actual time will vary based on student ability and level of interest in the specific project. Assignment breakdown -Students will independently read 6 young adult novels during the 12-week course. (300-400 pages per book, estimated reading time, 4-6 hours per novel) -Students will complete a reading guide for each novel, including vocabulary (about 30-60 minutes per novel) -Students will complete four individual projects and one final group project.
-Parents and students will need to obtain their own copies of novels (or audiobooks) read in this course. -Parents and students will need to obtain their own access to suggested films. No links will be provided. -Students will need necessary supplies to complete the projects. Given that students have many options withing the individual projects, specific needs will vary. Further details and instruction will be provided to parents and students at the beginning of the course.
Students will be assessed regularly based on their participation and engagement in class discussion. Students will also be assessed through project evaluation as it applies to the learning targets. Students completing both parts will receive a grade for this course. Assignments are graded using the 5-point scale and weighted as follows: 40% Class Participation and Engagement 40% Individual Projects (4 at 10% each) 20% Final Project Full semester grades will be determined by averaging grades of Part 1 and Part 2. The 5-point scale: A=5 (4.5-5): Far surpasses all standards and expectations B=4 (3.5-4.4): above average, exceeds standard C=3 (2.5-3.4): Meets standard expectations and requirements D=2 (1.5-2.4): Needs improvement/meets some expectations but falls below standard F= 1 (0-1.4): Does not meet standard expectations 0=0: did not turn in or did not complete A note on grading: My classes are designed to be easy to pass provided students put forth the effort; however, I do not grade easily. I expect my students to always give me their best effort, but quality of a finished product and assessment of learning, knowledge, and understanding require more than just effort. In other words, I am an easy C, but a hard A.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.
All novels in this course are considered young adult or teen and are written with this age group in mind. Some novels will contain mild violence, tame love stories, and/or supernatural elements and/or creatures. Accompanying films may be rated PG-13.
Books in this course (Books are listed for the full course/both parts. Separate enrollment required. Part 1 Book 1: "The Zodiac Legacy: Convergence," Stan Lee Book 2: "Etiquette and Espionage" Gail Carriger Book 3: "The Ranger's Apprentice, The Ruins of Gorlin" John Flanagan Part 2 Book 4: "Divergent" Veronica Roth Book 5: "The Maze Runner" James Dashner Book 6: "Hoot" Carl Hiaasen
"Mr. J." (Jeremy Ballard)
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17 total reviews
26 completed classes
"I am not the teacher that you are looking for," as I wave my hand ever so slightly. I will not fill your students with rainbows and sunshine. I am not super high tech in the computer age. I don't offer fluff and I have no gimmicks. No puppies,...