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Middle School English-Journey Through Top Literature, Writing, and Grammar B

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Lemons-Aid Learning
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In a tight-knit community, students build core content knowledge that builds a foundation of learning, which is the gateway for all future learning. They improve their reading schema and learn to think through deep and broad reading.

Class experience

US Grade 6 - 8
Beginner - Intermediate Level
Follows Teacher-Created Curriculum
Aligned with State-Specific Standards
Mrs. Lemons, who developed this course, has a B.A. in English Literature, a minor in Education, and a Master's in Education Administration. She has her teaching certificate and principal's license, and she is certified to teach English / Language Arts and History / Social Studies. She has many years of experience at the middle and high school levels. Further, she is an adjunct faculty member at Colorado Christian University, supervising teacher candidates in their undergraduate and graduate programs. She is a teacher of teachers. All that being said, middle school is her jam! 

All teachers that teach this course also think middle school students are awesome! Further, they have English degrees and teaching certificates. They are qualified experts who love kids!
Homework Offered
Students will read around 100 minutes per week. They will have one writing assignment per week. Last, they will have one sheet of grammar to complete before each live class.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
馃叞锔 GRADES: We give specific and authentic feedback on student writing through the teacher tab of the classroom and on Google Docs. We also give feedback orally and with the chatbox immediately in class. If you require formal grades, please ask at the beginning of the semester.
Grades Offered
馃叞锔 GRADES: We give specific and authentic feedback on student writing through the teacher tab of the classroom and on Google Docs. We also give feedback orally and with the chatbox immediately in class. If you require formal grades, please ask at the beginning of the semester.
Students need: 
1. A notebook
2. A folder
3. Holes by Louis Sachar
4. Miracles on Maple Hill by Virginia Sorensen 
5. The Cay by Theodore Taylor
6. Carry On, Mr. Bowditch by Jean Lee Latham
7. A great attitude. ;) 
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
In The Cay by Theodore Taylor, the main character shows racist behavior and uses racial slurs. This is an important aspect of his character because he grows to understand he was wrong and learns to love. He quite literally becomes blind in order to see.

To do a more thorough check on the novels, visit commonsensemedia.org. 
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Since Feb 2021, Lemons-Aid Learning has been one of the top 100 most popular educator groups out of 5,000 teachers on the platform. We are grateful for the relationship we have with our learners and parents, which is how we retain that...
Group Class

$38

weekly or $485 for 26 classes
2x per week, 13 weeks
45 min

Completed by 12 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 11-14
5-16 learners per class

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