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Little Women Book Club
Elizabeth Gervais, M. Ed.
In this 9 week class, students will meet 2 days a week to discuss the book Little Women together focusing on vocabulary, character development, plot, major events, historical context, and how to use text evidence to support their thoughts.
This is an interactive discussion based class wherein students will discuss and politely debate different topics using text evidence to support their views. To help them with this endeavor, each week students will receive a reader's response packet that will aide them in successfully participating in the course discussions for each class. Students will have an opportunity to work through different parts of the packet with the teacher in addition to student discussion based on their...
Students will learn how to discuss, take notes, summarize, and analyze Little Women by Louisa May Alcott.
I have a Masters of Education with over 10 years of experience teaching reading and social studies to students in public, private, and homeschool environments. Additionally, I have a Bachelors degree in Social Studies and Elementary Education that allow me the experience of how to navigate sensitive topics in an accurate and developmentally appropriate way.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott [You will need a physical copy of the book, but your student may also listen to audio books or be read aloud to if desired.] Pencils Erasers Journal or Paper Teacher Provided Reader's Response Packets Highlighter Crayons/ Colored Pencils
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students may be directed towards their parents for further discussion of the historical background on the Civil War, the role of women in history in reference to the adversity Jo faces as a female unmarried author and her choice to cut her hair, and the death of a main character at a young age from illness. However, these topics will be lightly touched on in reference for understanding the text, but further examination may be needed or desired by some students with their parents.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Meet the teacher
Salutations and welcome to Outschool! My name is Elizabeth Gervais, M. Ed, and would love the opportunity to teach your child. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Social Studies and Elementary Education in 2010 at Spring Arbor University in Spring...
$180for 27 classes
3x per week, 9 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
Completed by 4 learners
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class