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Genres (Classic Victorian Ghost Story) - A Christmas Carol Book Club
Take a deep dive into the Victorian Christmas traditions that inspire modern celebrations, as you enjoy, discuss, and analyze the structure, characterization, mood, tone, conflict, and themes in Charles Dickens' influential novella.
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year old learners
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$19 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 4 weeks
60 minutes per class
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Students will gain a deeper appreciation of the power of an author's choices as they explore the figurative language, diction, stylistic choices, and structure of this classic novella. They will also learn to recognize and appreciate how much the author's reality shapes and enriches a tale by focusing on the historical context. Along the way, they will also discuss the characterization, tone, mood, allusions, symbolism, and themes.
There is no reading requirement for the first class, but in the proceeding classes, the students will be asked to complete any reading that we do not complete during the live class. Then, they should write an answer to a focus question and post it in our classroom, as well as respond to their classmates' answers in our classroom. Reading Schedule (In-Class and to be Completed At Home): Lesson 1 - Stave 1, Pages 7-9 Lesson 2 - Stave 1, Pages 9 to 26 Lesson 3 - Stave 2, Pages 27-37 Lesson 4 - Stave 2, Pages 35-44 Lesson 5 - Stave 3, Pages 45 to 58 Lesson 6 - Stave 3, Pages 58 to 63 Lesson 7 - Stave 4, Pages 69 to 84 Lesson 8 - Stave 5, Pages 85 to 92
A Christmas Carol is in the public domain and a PDF copy will be provided in our classroom.
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.