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Wordly Wise Book 1 Vocabulary Program...With Teacher Wendi
English Basics: Short Story Studies!
In this ongoing course, students will read, learn about, and discuss various short stories while developing their English language study skills.
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As a 9th grade English teacher, I find that short stories are a fantastic way to teach lots of information in fewer pages. This course will cover eight commonly-studied short stories in English classes and prepare students to feel confident in their various classrooms. During this course, students will read stories with various authors and time periods. Students will develop skills in reading comprehension, understanding of plot, character development, and author's intention. Each week the...
Students will understand how to read a story for accuracy and understanding. Learners will walk away from this course with an understanding of plot structure, character development, author choices, and literary study skills. Students can expect to learn techniques and have discussions that can be directly applied to their English courses in school.
Students will be asked to read a short story before class (usually between 4-13 pages). This allows them to be able to be involved in the class discussions and to practice their skill development.
35 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Short stories will be chosen based on US English Literature standards for 7th-11th grade. The short stories to be discussed are as follows: -"The Gift of the Magi" (O. Henry) -"The Monkey's Paw" (Jacobs) -"To Build a Fire (London) -"The Lady, or the Tiger?" (Stockton) -"The Tell Tale Heart" (Poe) -"The Most Dangerous Game" (Connell) "The Lottery" (Jackson)
Bridget BowersEnglish Teacher M.L.A., B.A., B.S.
7 total reviews
23 completed classes
Hi there! My name is Bridget Bowers and I am a current high school English teacher. I love teaching classes about topics that students need to be successful in their writing, grammar, and literature classes. As a current teacher, I have the...