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Sentence Writing for Advanced Beginning Writers Using the Science of Reading
learners per class
How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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Take a peek behind the curtain to discover how optical illusions are created to amaze and delight. This small group, hands-on experience allows learners to experience the thrill of baffling family and friends with surprises. Simple, effective routines will be taught to build confidence and encourage continued practice. Each effect is demonstrated, then tried as a group, followed by individual presentation with feedback and encouragement. The atmosphere is warm and friendly with lots of...
Please have your child sitting at a table or desk, with the camera positioned so I can see their hands and the table top in front of them. Also, it will be very helpful if learners do not have any bright lights behind them. (like an un-shaded window) Some light from the front on their face and tabletop will make their participation more visible. The following are the materials needed to fully benefit from the class: One opaque plastic cup (A party cup is OK, but a harder plastic [tumbler] is more durable) Two small, clean, rectangular kitchen sponges Five ice cubes A small clear plastic cup or pitcher A bottle or cup of water 4 small paper napkins - (take one regular dinner napkin and cut it into the four sections you see when it is unfolded) One full size paper dinner napkin One magic marker (or magic wand if your child has a magic kit) - a pen or pencil is fine too. Just a reason to switch objects and make a tapping sound One deck of standard playing cards in the box (clubs, hearts, spades, diamonds NOT animals, Uno, or pictures) A dollar bill or similar size paper banknote (a piece of paper this size works fine too) One quarter or similar size and weight coin
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
107 total reviews
69 completed classes
I teach presentation skills with Magic Tricks. I earned a degree in Drama from the University of Georgia. I taught English to all grade levels in Warsaw, Poland, presented character education assembly and family nights in elementary schools and...