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English Language Arts (ELA) for 4th-6th Grade (Semester 1)
In this twice-per-week class, we will cover Vocabulary, Literature, Grammar, and Writing.
Ms. Stacey Hamlin
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$18 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 12 weeks
55 minutes per class
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English, Language Arts, Full Curriculum In this 12-week 5-day Full English Language Arts Curriculum, we will cover all the Language Arts bases. This class will cover Vocabulary, Reading, Grammar, and Writing, and will include weekly assignments that can be turned in on the computer and Self-Grading Tests. Our days will be organized like this: During the first class meeting we will work through Literature and Vocabulary. In this 12-Week course, your student will explore 4 great books. ...
I have taught for over 30 years at this point. I started as a corporate trainer training, at the time, high-end IT classes. I went on to homeschool my children through high school, an endeavor that took 16 years. During those years I ran several Co-op classes for junior high and high school Language Arts, Public Speaking, and Drama. I also created Scene and Heard Performing Arts, a live homeschool Drama Club for ages 5-18. I am very familiar with upper elementary, middle school, high school, and adult learning.
There is a lot of homework in this class. Each lesson day will have independent work that takes between 10-30 minutes, with some of the writing assignments taking longer.
Most material will be printable and provided with the cost of the class. Please make sure that you have paper and ink ready. Many lessons require 3-5 sheets of paper. I have tried to make as much of the material available digitally as possible. The reference material does not need to be printed, but your student will need to be able to access the online book. (You can print it, but it is over 30 pages at the writing of this class.) Your student will need a binder to organize their paperwork. Your learner will need their own copy of the books below. Please feel free to use the library or digital editions of the books. I do not recommend audiobooks for this class simply because we are building reading fluency and seeing the words really helps with solidifying the words in the memory. I am including Amazon Links merely for reference. These are not affiliate links. Frindle, by Andrew Clements ( https://www.amazon.com/Frindle-Andrew-Clements/dp/0689818769/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1661297518&sr=8-1 ) Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH, Robert C. O'Brien ( https://www.amazon.com/Mrs-Frisby-Rats-Robert-OBrien/dp/0689710682/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1661297572&sr=8-1 ) The Fog Diver, by Joel Ross ( https://www.amazon.com/Fog-Diver-Joel-Ross/dp/0062352946/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=the+fog+diver&qid=1661297631&sprefix=the+fog+D%2Caps%2C109&sr=8-1 ) Shiloh, by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor ( https://www.amazon.com/Shiloh-Quartet-Phyllis-Reynolds-Naylor/dp/0689835825/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1661297685&sr=8-1 )
Through independent assignments and tests, your student will have a final grade assessed. A spreadsheet will be provided so that you can tell how they are doing.
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
While there is nothing scary here, this is a printed materials heavy class. I've done my best to make most of the tests available in a digital format, however, in Literature, Vocabulary, and Grammar, there is a homework packet for each week, there are only a few Writing Packets that need to be printed. Many of my students need help with the printing of these materials. We will also use the website Kahoot.it periodically. Mostly for practice for Vocabulary and Grammar. This is used as a game that links off-site to Kahoot. Students will be able to see names in the final countdown if two students are playing at the same time. I suggest using nicknames or first names only. Links to Google Docs MAY be used to turn in Writing Assignments at the discretion of the parent. There will be a video in our classroom about several ways to turn in assignments. I use Google Forms for tests and quizzes that need to be submitted. There will be a link to an off-site form that is submitted privately to me. Students will not be able to see each other in any way.
Ms. Stacey HamlinDirector, Teacher, Tutor, Coach
143 total reviews
247 completed classes
My name is Stacey Hamlin, and I love to teach. I believe that we can learn anything and everything…with a few tools, and the ability to lay down our fears and try. As a kid, I moved a lot. By the time I was 14 years old, I’d been to or...