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Middle School English Language Arts Semester 2 | 6th & 7th Grade
In this 14-week semester course, we will cover a series of ELA topics in writing, reading, and speaking/listening. Get ready for project-based learning and FUN!
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I am a certified teacher with 7 years of experience. I have received extensive training in ELA topics and receive professional development monthly in order to perfect my teaching skills and learn best practices. I have also received sensitivity training through my place of employment (a public school), as well as differentiating instruction training to foster inclusion in the classroom.
Students will have weekly homework assignments in between class sessions. These will include reading and completing journal entries. They will also finish writing tasks they don't finish during class time (I am available all other days of the week for assistance, tutoring, and feedback).
The Diary of Anne Frank dramatized: https://www.amazon.com/Diary-Anne-Frank-Frances-Goodrich/dp/1607969343/ref=sr_1_1?crid=32D48UM2JJ10&dchild=1&keywords=the+diary+of+anne+frank+dramatized+by+frances+goodrich&qid=1616347657&sprefix=the+diary+of+anne+frank+dramatized%2Caps%2C195&sr=8-1 Flowers for Algernon: https://www.sdfo.org/gj/stories/flowersforalgernon.pdf
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The Diary of Anne Frank is a book about war and the Holocaust. Due to the topics of this book, please make sure your learner is okay with sad themes and themes of death. The Diary of Anne Frank also discusses Anne's first person perspective as she goes through puberty. The content is appropriate, but make sure your learner is not uncomfortable with themes of war or violence. Please read more about this book: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book-reviews/anne-frank-the-diary-of-a-young-girl "Flowers for Algernon" has topics of bullying and other sad themes. This is a fantastic short story that teaches empathy, love, and kindness, but please make sure your learner is comfortable with sad themes.
Hannah DulinPassionate Teacher & Lifelong Learner
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43 completed classes
Hello everyone! My virtual classroom is an inclusive and accepting place where we welcome all! I want to share my passion and love for learning with my students. My pride as an educator is rooted in the connection I share with my students, the...