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Gaming and Trending: Social Club for Gamers
In this ongoing social club, learners will share their love for gaming as they talk about trends in the gaming world, their go-to games like Mario, Fortnite, Legacy, Roblox, Minecraft and their best tried-and-true strategies!
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year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
30 minutes per class
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In this fun and safe space, all learners will get to participate and talk about their favorite game(s) and proven strategies to share with fellow gamers. They will use their critical thinking skills by comparing and contrasting similar games, strategies and trends in the gaming world. Gamers will get to analyze what makes a game popular, interesting and go to the top of the charts. This class will be student-led as the teacher facilitates an atmosphere of good-fellowship, belonging and...
Learners will analyze, compare and contrast, and decipher as they discuss gaming and listen to different points-of-view regarding different games and strategies. Learners will practice their listening and speaking skills in a group environment.
Teacher has a degree in chemistry, has experience working with learners in all levels, and has been a gamer since childhood which is a topic he loves to share and discuss with others.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Discussion might include games that are not rated E (Everyone).