(ESL) Learning Advanced English With Anne Frank's Journal
In this 4 week course, Tier 2 English students will learn about the courageous Anne Frank while extending vocabulary, practicing grammar, and mastering comprehension techniques.
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$13 per class
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60 minutes per class
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In this four week class, students will learn about Anne Frank using common English phrases and sentences. Students will have the opportunity to master every-day vocabulary words and use them correctly in sentences. Students will practice using the new vocabulary words in cloze sentences and use them in speech. Students will be able to sequence the life of Anne Frank and her family using key transitional phrases through natural scaffolding. Also, students will be able to identify the cause...
Week 1: Practicing Vocabulary, timeline, sequencing events. Week 2: Practicing Vocabulary, grammar, cloze reading, and sequencing daily schedules. Week 3: Timeline, cloze reading, and discussing cause and effect. Week 4: Culmination of skills, listening comprehension skills, and giving/receiving feedback.
I have TEFL and TESOL certifications. I have taught American/English history and literature at an international University for six years. I have over 6,000 hours of teaching experience and continually receive positive feedback from both parents and students. I am a long-time history teacher with experience of teaching multi-national students. I am familiar with and equipped in dealing with difficult studies to a diverse audience.
Learning of vocabulary words. Short summaries practiced and presented. In the 4th class, a 3-5 minute speech of the life of Anne Frank. Homework should take less than 1 hour a week.
Hand-outs will be given to students prior to class.
Teacher will send a rubric to parents that shares the strengths and weaknesses of each student privately.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The book talks about the heinous facts of World War II, including but not limited to: prejudice, the Nazi, Concentration camps, starvation, and The Holocaust. Please see the following site for clarification: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book-reviews/anne-frank-the-diary-of-a-young-girl. I am a long-time history teacher with experience of teaching multi-national students. I am familiar with and equipped in dealing with difficult studies to a diverse audience. However, if the student is questioning a "hot-topic" I will refer to the child's guardian for clarification. These hot-topics include sexuality in-depth, different specific types of torture used as punishment for the POW, and other information that is not appropriate for mixed company.
"Frank, Anne. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl." Translated from the Dutch by B.M. Mooyaart-Doubleday, with an introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt. Bantam: New York, 1993. Teacher will include additional information
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