Little Women Part 1
An inside look at Little Women with discussion and comparison to other literary works
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Completed by 5 learners
Once per week
over 6 weeks
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Little Women-- a story still loved today. Week 1. The life of Louise May Alcott, how little women is an amazing story of sisterly love. We will start reading Chapter 1. Homework: Read Chapters 1- 6. Week 2. We will go over the homework. Are there similarities between the book Pride and Prejudice and the Penderwicks to the Little Women? What are the main characters in this book? Homework: Watch the 1994 version of Little Women and read Chapters 7- 12. Write down how the characters are...
To teach students to love reading and to compare three books. To have a deeper understanding of Little Women.
I am originally from Britain, and as a child, I went around many stately homes. My parents were both born in the 1930s, and my mum's stories of WWII allowed me to see history in such a different way. I have taken many classes in history, and my love for literature has grown over the years, that I would love to share this love to allow students to see that history and literature can be fun to learn.
Reading, writing an essay, and watching 2 movies of Little Women. The time it will take will vary on the reading speed of each student.
Audiobook or physical book of Little Women Part 1
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Lisa: Fashion, British History, & Book ClubsBritish Creative Educator: Fashion Designer, British History Teacher, & More
340 total reviews
318 completed classes
Hello, I am originally from England, and I love coming up with creative ways for students to learn. My classes are Fashion classes, Escape room classes, British History, Literature, Castles, The Royals, and Fashion through the ages. My goal...