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Middle School Language Arts-Youth and Age PLUS Optional Private Tutoring
Language Arts including Literature, Grammar, and Writing-- 8 Weekly Group Meetings PLUS Optional Private Tutoring.
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over 8 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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This Language Arts class will cover a broad range of material in literature, grammar, and writing. Language Arts topics covered in this course include: theme, figurative language, types of conflict in fiction, types of sentences, and parts of speech, as well as spelling and vocabulary from the literature. Non-fiction writing assignments will cover genres including memoir, biography, journalism, and a persuasive essay. Many of the literature selections emphasize skills and insights learned...
Students will learn grammatical concepts, non-fiction writing skills, literature analysis, and empathy and appreciation for elderly people and people with differences.
Grammar work, writing assignments, and reading from a book each week
Students will need to purchase or check-out the fiction books mentioned in the course description.
I give written feedback. I can give a letter grade if student or parent requests.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Jennifer BabisakLive Passion, Read Often, Write Well
246 total reviews
278 completed classes
Jennifer enjoys sharing her passion for writing, literature, and the creative arts with students of all ages. As a magazine and commercial writer for national and international corporations and publications, she has relished the great privilege of...