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Multi-Day: Astronaut Exploration - Semester Class
In this 16-week class, students will transform themselves into astronauts and explore Space. We will be creating our own Solar System throughout the course while we learn about astronomy.
Tanya Renee Brewington, M. Ed.
223 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 13 learners
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Once per week
over 12 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This is the multi-week class where students will be taught the basics of our Solar System. Some of the examples that will be included in the weekly course will include, but not limited to: * Jupiter * Earth * Saturn * Mercury * Uranus * Neptune * Mars * Venus * Pluto * Comets * The Sun * The Moon Students will write a summary paragraph towards the end of class about what they learned in class. This course is...
* Students will learn key points about our Solar System. * Students will be able to summarize what they learned and create a complete paragraph. * Students will be able to correctly spell and use grammar techniques * Students will broaden their sentence structures into more complex and compound sentences. * Students will be able to effectively take one class or multiple classes. * Students will have fun and guide the course. The teacher is a facilitator. * Students will be able to have open discussions.
The students will be creating their own Diorama throughout the course. After each class, the student will create that week's topic to be added to their final project. For example, The students will, also, create a final report outlining all the things they have learned each week. This should be a minimum of 16 paragraphs. The students will need to transition their writing during each week into one final report. All homework will be assessed within one week of the conclusion of the course.
The students will be expected to create a 3D Diorama. The supplies required for this will be dependent on each student's desires. Some students may choose paper mache, others may choose other art or non-art supplies. The materials for this will be the responsible of each student. Students are free to use materials they already have at home. The intent is not to spend a lot of money for the final project. If there is an issue financially, please message the teacher for alternative final project ideas that require no supplies, other than pen and paper or typing.
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The students will be assessed through their writing. Sentence structure, spelling, and grammar will, also, be assessed. The final assessment will be assessed through the final project (the 3D diorama) and presentation each student created and through the final report.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Tanya Renee Brewington, M. Ed.Avid Reader, Writer, and Professional Educator
223 total reviews
151 completed classes
Hello. My name is Teacher Tanya. My personal life: I am a wife, a Mom to 9 children and a Grandma to 15 grandchildren. I love to teach. I love to read. I love to travel in my RV. My personal philosophy: I believe we should learn at least one...