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Novel Study (Reading): African American Literature (Elijah of Buxton)
Regina A. Moffett, MA
In this 4 day course, students will step back in time to a settlement in Buxton, Canada during slavery in the United States. This course provides students with the opportunity to discuss the 5 elements of fiction using the Socratic method.
In this multi-day class students will read and discuss Christopher Paul Curtis novel Elijah of Buxton. Class will meet for four days for a week. Students will be required to read chapters one through six before the first class. Chapters seven through twelve will be read before the second class, chapters thirteen through nineteen before the third class, and chapters twenty to the end will be read before the last class. The Socratic method of asking questions and discussion will be...
Students will complete a literary analysis on the novel Elijah of Buxton by Christopher Paul Curtis. The five elements of fiction will be introduced and discussed in regard to the novel as well as some literary devices. Critical thinking will consist of students discussing the positive or negative consequences of events which occurred in the story.
Although Mrs. Moffett educational background and experience is in Communication and Training with a concentration in Instructional Design she has taught World, American, British, and African American literature classes for over twenty years in a multicultural homeschool co-op environment. Since she is an avid reader, especially of African American literature she enjoys sharing her love of reading with others and inspiring them to read great literature.
Elijah of Buxton by Christopher Paul Curtis (unabridged) The novel study student packet Notebook paper Ink Pen A couple of days before the start of class student will receive an email with documents for the class. Students are to print out all documents and have them ready for class. If you have not received class documents 24 hours before the start of class, please email me and state that you have not received Elijah of Buxton student packet. These documents are for enrolled students only!
This book depicts the life of a boy name Elijah who was born free and lives on a settlement for runaway slaves in Buxton, Canada during slavery in the United States. Warning! The book uses an inappropriate word, and some scenes depict the cruelty of slavery, but the readers maturity and academic reading level could assist with how vivid the scenes are. This is a historical fiction which depicts the history of slavery in America as well as demonstrate family relationships, compassion, generosity, the strength of a people, and community.
Meet the teacher
Hello, My name is Regina A. Moffett aka Mrs. Moffett and my homeschooling journey has ended with my two sons, however my passion for homeschooling is so enormous that I continue to teach in the homeschool community. My motto is “homeschooling is...
$50for 4 classes
4x per week, 1 week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class