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High School Language Arts Mini-Course: 03 (Flexible Schedule)
A language arts course that is aligned to national standards. Students will work on the areas of citing text evidence, main idea, summarizing, argument writing, and collaboration and discussion.
Chelsea E. BAEd
134 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 2 learners
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No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Course Description: This self paced, flexible language arts course does not have any live meetings. The course is aligned to the national standards of citing text evidence, main idea, summarizing, argument writing, and collaboration and discussion. This course is centered around the big question, "Is knowledge the same as understanding?". The informational readings and assignments during this course will be related to the course's big question as well as each reading’s big question. The...
-RI.9.1, RI.10.1, RI.11.1, RI.12.1 - Citing Text Evidence -RI.9.2, RI.10.2, RI.11.2, RI.12.2 - Main Idea -RI.9.2, RI.10.2, RI.11.2, RI.12.2 - Summarizing -W.9.1, W.10.1, W.11.1, W.12.1 - Argument Writing -SL.9.1, SL.10.1, SL.11.1, SL.12.1 - Collaboration and Discussion
I am a certified teacher with endorsements in language arts, reading, ESL and social studies.
Students will have two or three readings each week and an assessment to go along with each reading. Students will complete discussion questions on the Outschool classroom page and have optional extension opportunities.
Teacher will provide all learning materials.
Students will be assessed over citing text evidence, main idea, summarizing and argument writing. If you would like a grade to be given on each assessment or an overall grade, please let the teacher know before the start of the first week.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
In this course we will use Google Docs, Kahoot and Youtube. -Google Docs: Each week students will have assessments to share with me focused around citing text evidence, main idea, summarizing and informational writing. These assessments will be on a Google Doc. The student will share the Doc with the teacher when it is completed. Students will need access to a Google account in order to use Google Docs. -Kahoot: Some weeks will contain an optional Kahoot to review the week's readings and vocabulary. This will be a clickable link and the student does not need to sign up for any account to play the Kahoots. -Youtube: Some weeks might have a Youtube video as a way to extend learning at the end of the material. These extension activities will be optional. To watch these videos, no account is needed.
Chelsea E. BAEdA certified teacher with endorsements in Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies and ESL.
134 total reviews
211 completed classes
Hello! My name is Chelsea. I am an Iowa certified teacher in Elementary Education (K-6) with endorsement areas in Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies and ESL. I have previously taught middle school English Language Arts and I currently teach...