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I Survived Series Book Club Inclusive Reading II

In this nine-week class, we will read three of the books in the I Survived book series with our ears (audiobooks) and answer comprehension questions. Perfect for students with dyslexia. ESL and all reading levels welcome!
Jodi Michelle, B.S. Psychology, TESOL, TOEFL
61 total reviews for this teacher
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35 minutes

per class

Once per week

over 9 weeks

8-12

year olds

3-12

learners per class

per learner - per class

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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Class Experience

Students will be able to enjoy these books together and work on comprehension.  Drawing is a pre-writing skill and essential for many learners with reading difficulties.  
I worked for six years as a Waldorf school (K-12) librarian working closely with all class teachers. I am an expert in choosing developmentally appropriate reading and curriculum material for all students.   I am also a reading coach, private reading tutor, and ESL teacher. I love teaching children to read and love to see their immense excitement with their successes! I teach kindy-high school students from all around the world.  I work with students at all levels, from struggling to gifted.  My expertise includes finding what makes kids successful so that they want to keep learning.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents need to know that Lauren Tarshis's I Survived series is captivating, emotional, and historically accurate. The kids in these stories face scary situations in their first-person accounts of the disasters; they're often alone, hurt, and in an unfamiliar place. But because almost everyone around them is trying to help the kids survive or find their parent, once the worst is over, the overall feeling from the books is optimistic. The end of each story of survival gives a glimpse into the post-disaster life of the family and ends with an upbeat note. From Common Sense Media
I will use my Epic Library Classroom for all books used in this class.  All students will be given my library classroom access code to have the option of free access to Epic while enrolled in my class (no personal information is given or shared to have access).  

Teacher

Jodi Michelle, B.S. Psychology, TESOL, TOEFL
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Lives in the United States
Ms. Jodi
61 total reviews
264 completed classes

About Me

Welcome to Ms. Jodi’s library!

After working as a school librarian at a private school in rural Pennsylvania, I am now a library and reading teacher here on Outschool. I ran three libraries at the Waldorf school where I worked: elementary/middle... 
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