How to Write Summer Reading Book Reports: 2 Session Class
This class will meet twice in one week to learn how to write fabulous reports on everyone’s favorite, summer reading!
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Completed by 2 learners
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Twice per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Students often struggle with summer reading because there’s no teacher to guide them through the material and help them think it through. In these two sessions, I’ll provide a breakdown of what teachers are looking for in those reports or assignments on summer reading, and I'll walk learners through the work. The first class will be an overview, with time for writing. I'll provide individualized guidance as we go. The second class will focus on making sure each student feels comfortable with...
Students will gain a better understanding of the requirements of their summer reading assignment and, depending on its length, should be able to complete one assignment during the two days of class. (Provided that they already read their book!)
A certified (and beloved) middle school English teacher for many years, Ms. Nancy is passionate about sharing her love of literature with students of all ages. Over the years, she has guided hundreds of students through the writing process and taught many students how to craft excellent 5 paragraph essays. Many ninth-grade students have reported that their English classes were a breeze because of the preparation received in middle school under Ms. Nancy’s tutelage. Ms. Nancy attended Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans (https://bit.ly/39ttXnf), received an undergraduate degree in liberal arts (history and English) from the University of New Orleans (UNO), raised three children who were in the gifted program in New Orleans Public Schools, did graduate work in education at UNO and Tulane University and acquired teacher certification through Tulane. She has tutored many learners after school and loves forming long-term relationships with her students.
Prior to class: Learners should have completed their assigned summer reading.
Students should be sure to have completed their summer reading before the start of class.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Ms. Nancy (Nancy Jaynes)Energetic, Caring, Experienced, Certified Teacher
10 total reviews
34 completed classes
I've been teaching for the last 23 years, yet I actually learn something from my students every day! My strength is really listening to my kiddos and making connections to help them develop their potential. My classes are student-centered; I...