Life in the Big Woods - A Little House Book Club
In this 4 week class, students will discuss Little House In the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Woven throughout the discussion there will be activities, games, songs, and recipes, as well as a historical and geographical perspective!
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
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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Travel back in time to the year 1872 and the Big Woods of Wisconsin, a time without electricity, indoor plumbing, or automobiles. We’ll meet Laura and her family, as she gives us a glimpse into her childhood from her very own words. In this multi-day class, we will meet once weekly for four weeks to dive deep into this first book in the Little House series. Students will be required to read three chapters a week BEFORE class time, and come to class ready to discuss those chapters. During...
Week 1 - Please read chapters 1-3 BEFORE class! Week 2 - Please read chapters 4-6 BEFORE class! Week 3 - Please read chapters 7-9 BEFORE class! Week 4 - Please read chapters 10-13 BEFORE class!
Student need a copy of Little House in the Big Woods to begin their reading BEFORE CLASS! This can be an ebook, library book or their own copy. The audiobooks are also excellent, although I highly recommend students have a book.
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40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
These books take place in the late 1800's and early 1900's and discuss themes and practices that were common for the Ingalls family in that time period..... hunting, raising animals for food, and religious practices such as Christmas, reading the Bible, strict obedience to parents, and keeping the Sabbath. Although no mention is made in this book, this series requires critical analysis and the following areas of concern will be addressed in class: inaccurate descriptions of historical events, racism, stereotypes, cultural inaccuracies, harmful and inaccurate descriptions of Native Americans, racist/stereotypical imagery, and biased perspectives. Teacher Carol has a PhD in pedagogy and history, with a Master’s in Cultural Studies. One of my core values is to teach the true and accurate version of history I was not taught as a child. Racism or racial stereotypes is never acceptable to me, and neither is a white-washed version of American History.
Carol Burns PhD
Teacher, Homeschool Mama, & Voracious Learner
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
214 total reviews
202 completed classes
Carol Burns is an experienced classroom teacher with 30 years of experience teaching and working with children in a variety of settings including public school, charter school, children’s church, Awana and youth group leading, camp program...