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Essay Writing Essentials: Ongoing Academic Writing Class- FLEX
Middle School English Language Arts (ELA) Unit 1: How We Change and Grow
This 9-week course will meet 2 times a week and cover all the essentials of reading, writing, and language use with a curriculum aligned to core standards that is interactive and interesting for learners- ending with essay writing. #academic
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$15 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 9 weeks
45 minutes per class
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This class is now available through Stone Bridges Academy here: https://outschool.com/classes/middle-school-english-language-arts-unit-1-how-we-change-and-grow-cF6u0BYy?usid=M5RV0QGD&signup=true&utm_campaign=share_activity_link In this unit, we will try to answer the essential question "How can relationships and life events change people?" To help us do this, we will explore informational text and short stories to extract the main ideas and key details, plot the storyline and characters,...
🎯Students will be able to answer the essential question with detailed evidence from the texts they have read and examine their own lives to see how they have changed. 🎯Students will increase their vocabulary through repeated exposure and use of a set of words. 🎯Students will improve their pre-writing and writing skills by practicing throughout the unit and writing a full-length essay which will demonstrate their understanding of the essential question by comparing how a character changed to how the student changed.
AA in Child Development BA in Language Development TESOL Certification Teaching Certification 20+ years in education and curriculum planning
They will be some reading and writing tasks assigned as homework between classes. These tasks should not take more than an hour each. Reading tasks will be a few pages long. Writing tasks will be paragraphs for the first couple of assignments and then working on the final essay. There are no full-length books in this unit.
A notebook dedicated to this class will be helpful. Students should have a Google account to assess some class materials and tasks.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
📝Students will have some baseline assessment tests and writing tasks. 📝There will be a vocabulary quiz. 📝There will be a grammar quiz. 📝There will be a discussion that will be graded according to a rubric. 📝There will be a final essay that will be graded according to a rubric.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please note that parents and students will not need to make accounts for CommonLit. As an educator, I am able to obtain, adapt, create, and share all the materials needed for the course and share it via the Outschool platform. Only a Google account will be needed to use interactive google docs, forms, slides ect. for classwork and homework. All these things will be shared during the live meeting as well as on the Outschool platform.
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180 total reviews
239 completed classes
Hello! I'm Delila Wuori, aka Misses Dee! *Baby Alert! Born January 2022. Baby sightings in class! (Normalizing the REAL work-from-home-mom!)* **I do not cancel low enrollment or 1 learner classes. I may request to shorten the time of a 1- or...