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Before the class, students must have a pre-written character that they have created with an origin story. The beginning of class will be dedicated to students briefly introducing themselves and their characters, and then they can determine a team name. A link will be provided to the document for students to view and edit anonymously. I will write up a villain with a backstory, and the students will work together and strategize how to beat him/her/them. How will the students write...
Students will learn how to work together, and hone in their creative writing skills individually, and as a team.
With a BA in English, I have learned how to write creatively and academically. Movies and comic books are of high interest to me, and I love thinking up characters with powers. I have been teaching English on Outschool for 2 years, and tutored English for over twice as long. Alongside teaching English, I have also facilitated a discussion group, which is why I encourage open discussion with each class I teach; it enhances the overall class experience. Additionally, I have longer versions of this course that I have taught for the past year and have received great reviews and feedback!
Create a character with an origin story
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Comic book characters tend to have more mature content, and students may draw inspiration from these characters
Cori ChapmanEnglish Teacher With Focus on Writing and Analysis
111 total reviews
147 completed classes
As human beings, we are always consuming popular culture. Streaming services like Netflix, Disney+, and Hulu have taken over our televisions with entertaining original series. As an Outschool teacher and avid binge-watcher, I create courses using...