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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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Welcome to the Horse Tales Reading Club! Each week, we'll be exploring exciting fictional stories about horses and the adventures they go on. There will be a total of 8 stories over the course of the 4 week class, and you'll have the flexibility to complete them at your own pace. As you read, feel free to share your thoughts and reactions in the comments section, or even post your own horse-themed drawings, writings, or pictures. This is a great opportunity to practice reading and get...
By the end of this class, learners will have had the opportunity to practice their reading skills and build their comprehension through a variety of horse-themed stories. They will also have had the chance to expand their vocabulary and explore their creativity through the option to share their own horse-themed creations. And because all materials will be provided through the Outschool platform, learners will be able to access and complete the class at their own pace, without the need to purchase any physical books.
Example Story Excerpt: "Once there was a horse named Skye. She was a beautiful horse with a shiny coat and a long mane. Skye was special because she could talk and fly. She didn't like living on the farm because she wanted to see the world. One day, Skye told the farmer that she was tired of living on the farm. She wanted to go on an adventure. The farmer was sad, but he knew that Skye needed to follow her dreams. So, Skye packed her bags and set off on her adventure. She flew over mountains, valleys, and rivers. She saw so many amazing..."
For this flexible course, learners will be expected to read two stories per week at their own pace. After each story, learners will be given prompts to help them express their creativity and engage with the material. There are two writing prompts, and two artistic prompts. There is also an optional weekly reading comprehension quiz that learners can complete at any time after reading both stories for the week. It is important that learners actively engage with the material and complete the homework prompts in order to get the most out of this class. By actively participating and completing the homework, learners will be able to practice their reading skills, build their comprehension, and tap into their creativity. Remember, this is a flexible schedule class, so you can complete the stories and work at your own pace within the 4-week time frame. The goal is for learners to have fun and enjoy the process of reading and learning about horses!
Learners may need paper, colored pencils, crayons, or other art supplies to use to create horse themed artwork. They will need pencil and paper to write the creative writing assignments. It is completely up to the learner what kind of supplies they want to use for the art projects.
While the teacher will be commenting on posts and providing feedback to learners, this class is not designed to be graded. The focus is on providing learners with the opportunity to practice reading and express themselves through horse-themed activities, rather than on formal assessment. If you want to test your child's reading comprehension each week there is an optional google forms quiz over the stories posted for the week. It is multiple choice, and the score is given automatically after the quiz is taken.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
There is no scary content. If students decide to use scissors to make any kind of artwork, parents should be present. If your learner isn't reading on their own yet, a parent should help them read the stories, or sound out words.
This class is story based. I have written each of the stories. There are no books for the course. Stories will be posted on the classroom page weekly.
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If you are a parent of a child between the ages of 4-12 and want to know how to keep your child engaged in learning, this is for you! I am Briann, and I have taught kids for the last four years. I have taught ESL and online classes for the last...