Oh No—I Forgot to Do My Summer Reading!
Just a couple of weeks left to do those pesky summer reading assignments! Here you will find support, advice, and a step-by-step approach to completing top-quality work before the deadline.
Danny Pitt Stoller
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The Summer Reading assignment can be intimidating and even scary—this is your chance to make a first impression on a new teacher, and you're supposed to get it done on your own, without regular feedback from the teacher who gave the assignment. This class provides a step-by-step approach aimed at getting the assignment done with maximum quality and minimum pain. Everyone has a different assignment, so it can't be a one-size-fits-all approach. This class will offer basic tips that apply to...
Where the assignment calls for you to make a choice (i.e., choose one of these six books, answer three of these four questions, etc.), I will help you find the choice that is right for you. While Web sites such as SparkNotes are no substitute for reading the actual text, I can direct you to supplemental resources that can enhance your understanding. And we will map out the remaining weeks of summer, establishing deadlines to ensure the project is completed in a timely fashion.
There will be no outside work on top of the summer reading assignment you already have; however, we will establish a set of deadlines to ensure that the project is done by the deadline.
I will assess the completed project and provide feedback, so the project will be proofread and edited before it reaches the desk of your fall semester ELA teacher.
2 hours 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Danny Pitt StollerTeacher • Tutor • Acting Coach • Dad
86 total reviews
102 completed classes
I am a certified teacher of English and Theatre Arts based in New York. For the past ten years, I've worked in middle schools and high schools, public and private, bringing language and literature to life with dynamic theatrical techniques. After...