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English: ELA: High School Literature: The Scarlet Letter Book Study Discussion
In this 5-week multi-day course, students will discuss literary elements, analyze characters, and review vocabulary through teacher-led peer discussions. Optional homework can be completed for a letter grade in this class.
US Grade 9 - 12
“It is to the credit of human nature, that, except where its selfishness is brought into play, it loves more readily than it hates." - Nathaniel Hawthorne, from The Scarlet Letter In this class, we will read through The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne independently and discuss the novel in our weekly meetings. Through facilitated discussions, students will learn to analyze the events happening in the book and discover their deeper meaning in order to fully understand the story. We will...
This class is taught in English.
Character Analysis- students will learn how to analyze literary characters to gain a deeper understanding of their purpose and meaning to the story. Literary Elements- students will learn how to identify the use of various literary devices by an author and how they are used to enrich a story. Vocabulary Study- students will learn several new vocabulary words each week that are taken from the story.
I have a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and a Minor in English Literature from the University of California at San Diego. For the past 20 years I have been teaching children both as a homeschool teacher and in local co-op classes. I have also been teaching children online for the past 2.5 years with VIPKid and on Outschool. As we discuss sensitive topics and issues, we will analyze the historical context in which novels were written, the author's background and worldview, and the story's time period. Discussion is focused on what the characters believe, what the author believed, and what beliefs were central to the literary time period. Students' various ideas and opinions are always respected.
Students will be assigned chapters to read independently every week in between sessions. They will be expected to come to class prepared to discuss the assigned chapters. One character analysis will be due 2 weeks after the conclusion of class and graded for students who wish to receive a letter grade for the class. One art or craft project to share with class during Week 4.
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, any edition is fine. Students must have a copy of the book to read independently.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students who wish to receive a letter grade for this class should submit the assigned character analysis and project for the class. Letter Grade will be determined by the following: Class Participation- 20%- Ongoing Vocabulary- 20%- 5 words Weekly, shared during class Character Analysis- 40%- Project- 20%-
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
This book includes some mature content including the subject of adultery. We will discuss this in an age-appropriate manner as it relates to the events of the novel.
Study questions and vocabulary provided by teacher weekly before class.
Meet the teacher
Hello, I'm Teacher Lisa! I'm thrilled to have been teaching with Outschool for the past three years! I am a former homeschool mom of 18 years who graduated my last student from high school in 2020. I have also been teaching ESL online for the...
$80for 5 classes
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