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English Language Arts & Social Studies: Literary Discussions & Writing
Striving Students Towards Success, LLC.
In this course, students will read novels outside of class and discuss the literary elements used by the author to develop the story. Students will to an in depth analysis of the setting to better understand the historical themes.
US Grade 5 - 6
January - April 2023 Section will be reading 'Revolution is not a Dinner Party' and 'I am Malala (Young Reader's Edition)'. We will spend 5 weeks on each novel and write an essay for each novel. This course will expose young readers to three novels with coming of age themes. The novels are suited for both lower and upper Middle School, but the higher the students grade level the more they will be expected to delve into the deeper meaning of the stories. The chosen texts have historical...
This class is taught in English.
I hold a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature and a Master's Degree in Special Education. I have two New York State certifications in English Language Arts and Special Education. I have been teaching in the classroom for over ten years. As a Special Education (Generalist) teacher, I have co-taught in Social Studies classrooms so I am knowledgeable on historical concepts regarding the Yellow Fever Pandemic and topics regarding terrorism in the Middle East. During that time, I have taught a high population of refugee students so I am familiar with the sensitive topics that come up when reading the text "I Am Malala" as well as "Stolen Voices". In the event that students become upset during discussions of ethnicity and race, I will immediately reach out to parents to inform of any emotionally heightened discussions that took place during live classroom meetings. The novel- 'Stolen Voices'- describes the experiences of young people during war time through the century. As a teacher who taught students from areas of conflict, I am experienced in reading texts that discuss traumatic events. In the event that students become upset at the content of the novels I will alert parents to their learner's emotional status.
'A School Girl's Odyssey- Malala Yousafzai's Story' from the New York Times (19:57) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6T5DeZ9Z4c Fever: 1793 Anatomy of an Epidemic (6:57 Min) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwPWgZJDdGE
Hello! My name is Nicole Hess and I live in New York. I hold a Master’s Degree in Special Education and a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature. I have over a decade of teaching experience in the public school system and remotely! I am excited...
$110for 10 classes
1x per week, 10 weeks
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Live video meetings
3-10 learners per class